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Eddie Money

Life For The Taking

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1978
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Life For The Taking is Eddie Money’s platinum selling second album. It was recorded in 1978, and released in 1979 on manager Bill Graham’s Wolfgang imprint via Columbia Records. The album includes the singles “Can’t Keep A Good Man Down”, “Gimme Some Water” and “Maybe I’m A Fool.“ With Money seemingly endlessly on the road promoting his previous debut album, this effort was primarily written in hotel rooms with a variety of band members and worked up during sound checks prior to performances. The final track, “Call On Me” was often interjected into the set lists prior to the release of this album and received a strong response in spite of its more soulful, less frantic composure. This album also marked a conscious effort to expand Money’s audience with the... Read on...

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