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Artist: Eddie Money

Title: Right Here

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Eddie Money Right Here Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 1991

Label: Columbia

Catalog Number: CK 46756


Eddie Money vocals, sax, keyboards, harmonica
Tommy Girvin guitar
Monty Byrom guitar, keyboards
John Corey guitar
Steve Farris guitar
Don Cromwell bass
Randy Jackson bass
Bob Glaub bass
Don Schiff bass
Brian Gary keyboards
Kim Bullard keyboards
Claude Gaudette keyboards
Jerry Deaton keyboards
Paul Mirkovich keyboards
Glenn Symmonds drums
Mike Baird drums
John Snyder drums
Jack White drums
Charley Drayton drums


1.  Heaven In The Back Seat  
2.  She Takes My Breath Away  
3.  Another Nice Day In L.A.  
4.  Fall In Love Again  
5.  Run Right Back  
6.  Things Are Much Better Today  
7.  Fire & Water  
8.  Prove It Every Night  
9.  Think Twice  
10.  I'll Get By  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: CC Date: November 17, 2003 at 22:08
Easily my favourite Eddie Money album!

From: pablo Date: April 1, 2004 at 13:06
Este album es mas rockero q los anteriores pero goza de mucha calidad ,recomendado a los amantes del rock USA

From: TIM (2) Date: September 9, 2004 at 12:01
This and "No Control" were his career highlights. Although in terms of albums he never really had that many highlights, it was the fact he found 2/3 tracks per album with hit single potential that made his reputation. This was at least a little rockier than the polished pop music that followed his first 3 albums. The first 2 tracks are superb, as is the killer AOR of "Run Right Back", and the ballads hit the mark. Buy this, any of his first 3 albums, and the Greatest Hits, and avoid the rest.

From: Geoff Date: September 9, 2004 at 20:33
I only found this a couple of months ago, and what a good find it is. Actually reminds me a little of the Stan Bush CD I just commented on (Though not nearly as good overall). A very good, solid collection of melodic rock. 'Fall in love again' is a wonderful ballad, and 'Run right back' is a killer melodic rocker. Overall, a couple that don't really grip me, but it is a good collection of commercial / melodic rock.

From: Fog-hat Date: November 2, 2004 at 13:20
Truly a fine album by Mr. Money. His career went into a nose dive after this album due to the rise of Grunge rock, but he went out with a bang! Plenty of possible top 40 hits on this effort and maybe his best overall album. I have a couple of thousand albums / cds and of all those songs, "Another nice day in L.A." remains easily within my top 5 favorite songs.

From: juan carlos Date: September 10, 2005 at 20:40
soy un gran admirador de la voz de eddie money y su musica, veo que a la gente no le gusta mucho a mi idolo :-( este es sin duda un album muy fresco y me encanta, sin ser una maravilla tiene sus canciones y no me desagrada para nada; ademas, aca participan muchos misters respetadísimos en cuestion de hacer musica de calidad y añadiendo la voz de eddie.. no hay mas que decir.. lastima que seamos muy pocos los fans de Mr. Money 8.99/100 ah y atencion al ultimo tema! baladon!

From: juan carlos Date: September 20, 2005 at 22:36
por cierto mis temas favoritos son "fall in love again" (que tal melodia!), "heaven in the back seat" (escrita por john mutt lange), "run right back" (bella!, escrita por Diane Warren!) "another nice day in L.A." y la preciosa balada "i´ll get by".. este album sin duda me agrada y se lo recomiendo a cualquier fan del AOR! claro.. si es que le gusta la voz de eddie money, pues a que esperas a tenerlo ehh?....

From: hair metal again Date: October 2, 2015 at 8:23
aniother great release byEDDIE MONEY full of radio friendly songs,straight ,plain but always on the spot and rocking!"i ll get by","fire and water" and "heaven in the back seat" are great songs!you can t go wrong with that guy

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: February 1, 2021 at 15:22
There's something creepy and embarrassing about hearing a 42-year-old Eddie Money singing about fucking a "young girl" in the backseat. This album is the sound of the Money Man overstaying his welcome with more overwrought boomer-rock song-doctored to hell and back and phoned in from about 1985. The other single, "I'll Get By" was Eddie's final Top-40 hit, and sounds like it could have come from a Rod Stewart album from the same era (although it's not nearly as dreadful as "The Love In Your Eyes" off the previous album). Harry Chapin's fictional aging DJ would play this on WOLD.

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