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Artist: Eddie Money

Title: Love and Money

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Eddie Money Love and Money Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 1995

Label: Wolfgang Records

Catalog Number: 24744-2


Eddie Money vocals, sax
Tommy Girvin guitar
Richie Zito guitar
John Robinson drums
Larry Tagg bass
Kim Bullard keyboards
Curt Cuomo keyboards, percussion, drums
Kenny Aronoff drums, percussion
Mark Harris bass
Ricky Phillips bass
Dave Woody Woodford horns
Boney James sax
Dennis Matkosky piano, organ, keyboards, drum programming
John Shanks guitar
Tony Artino guitar
Don Schiff bass
Brian Young guitar
Michael Finnigan B-3
Shiela E percussion
Robin Beck background vocals


1.  After This Love Is Gone  
2.  She's Like a Movie  
3.  Run Your Hurt Away  
4.  I'll Be the Fire  
5.  Take It from the Heart  
6.  Died a Thousand Times  
7.  Just No Givin Up  
8.  I'm Comin  
9.  Almost Like We Never Met  
10.  Running Out of Reasons  
11.  There Will Never Be Another You  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: TIM (2) Date: September 9, 2004 at 11:46
No comments so far on this one, which'll probably be because it's bloody rubbish. The AOR from "Right Here" had, by this stage, slid downward into MOR and most of this material is just weak. "Running out of Reasons" is probably the best track he's ever recorded though, so if you see this album in your local bargain-bin for the price of a first-class stamp then snap it up for that song alone. But one look at the frilly collar on the shirt tells you where this album was headed... 3/10.

From: Fog-hat Date: November 2, 2004 at 13:29
Typical Eddie Money album, some good songs some bad. I would say for die-hard fans only, such as myself. As far as possible hits, it doesn't matter. Money could had done the greatest AOR album ever recorded, but in 1995 no radio station would have played it. Radio only plays Rap, Grunge, etc... in other words CRAP!

From: Nick C Date: November 5, 2004 at 14:15
If you are ever going to buy ANY Eddie Money album then ... don't buy this. Easily his worst offering. He slips into housewives choice territory instead of giving us class AOR/Rock n Roll. A massive disappointment when I bought this...I almost WEPT!!!!!! For sale....water damaged sleeve!!!! Only joking !! Although I can't stand it I can't get rid of it otherwise my Eddie Money collection would be missing a disc (completeist fool that I am)

From: victordeaor Date: August 1, 2005 at 10:32
Gran disco de Eddie, aunque esta mucho mas orientado al soul pero sin que falten los buenos temas AOR, I´m commin y el tema que abre el dico After this love is gone son de mis favoritos. El disco en general esta muy bien, aunque quizas sea de los menos roqueros... pero no le falta sentimiento. Un saludo desde Barcelona.

From: juan carlos Date: October 24, 2007 at 1:59
Nahh.. Es un muy buen disco, Deacuerdo con victordeaor. Temazos como esa inicial "After This Love Is Gone", esa suave y hermosísima "Take It from the Heart" o "I'll Be the Fire", "Died a Thousand Times" me agrada muchísimo con esa melodía propia del sello Eddie! o la Soulera "Almost Like We Never Met" nada mal, La Rockera "I´m Comin´" Buenísima. Que decir de "Running Out of Reasons" Que Temazo Dios!! Fino y elegante Mi Favorita sin dudas, y cierran con esa tranquila "There Will Never Be .."

From: juan carlos Date: October 24, 2007 at 2:03
Grande Eddie Money!! Voz que derrocha mucho sentimiento, no hay dudas que soy un Die-Hard Fan 8.8/10

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 19, 2011 at 20:33
Pretty pleasant release by the man with the hoarsely voice,Mr Eddie Money!!! ..."After This Love Is Gone" is far the best song or at least my favourite one then we have the likes of "She's Like A Movie","I'll Be The Fire","Died A Thousand Times","Running Out Of Reasons" & "There Will Never Be Another You"(nice one!)...recommended album if you are into a relaxed mood...90/100

From: hair metal again Date: July 31, 2015 at 11:25
EDDIE MONEY s worst probably ,but def not a bad one!some good songs are offered like "after the love has gone","run your hurt away" and "take it from the heart" ,but there aint any rockers like in his previous ones!the musicianship is as always in a high level and Love And Money is ok in general i guess!

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