Edward Thomas Rabbitt (November 27, 1941 – May 7, 1998) was an American singer and songwriter. His career began as a songwriter in the late 1960s, springboarding to a recording career after composing hits such as "Kentucky Rain" for Elvis Presley in 1970 and "Pure Love" for Ronnie Milsap in 1974
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Eddie Rabbitt is the debut album by country artist Eddie Rabbitt. It was released in 1975 under the Elektra Records label. The album produced three singles: "You Get to Me", "Forgive and Forget" and "I Should Have Married Yo. The latter two both reached the top 15 in country music charts. Also included on the album was "Pure Love", a song written by Rabbitt that had been originally recorded by Ronnie Milsap the previous year. Love Me to Sleep" (Eddie Rabbitt) - 2:56.
Just like Eddie Rabbit's life, this album was done too soon. My initial reaction to Eddie's music was indifference. My music budget was limited and there was always some other more interesting artist that I wanted to listen to. Now that I can afford to fill the holes in my music collection, I wanted this album mainly to help round out my collection, due to Rabbit's place in music history and because it had a few songs that I liked. Thanks to radio stations like KiQQ and Kiis in Los Angeles in the early 80's, I received exposure to Pop Country tunes like Drivin' my life away and Suspicions. I grew to like the music of Eddie Rabbitt over the years and finally scored with this "All Time Greatest Hits" CD. I realize that there are other hit songs missing from this collection, but for the price, you just can't beat it! Good music, good price, good artist!
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Among its twelve tracks, the album contains seven of Cline's Top 10 country hits between 1957 and 1963. In 1971, MCA consolidated the New York-based Decca and Kapp subsidiary labels, plus the California-based Uni label into MCA Records based in Universal City, California. The three labels maintained their identities for a short time but were retired in favor of the MCA label in 1973. Upon Cline's induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1973, the album was reissued by MCA Records and went gold all over again.
Written-By – David Malloy (tracks: A1 to A3, A5, B3 to B5), Don Pfrimmer (tracks: B1), Eddie Rabbitt (tracks: A1 to A3, A5, B3 to B5), Even Stevens (tracks: A1 to A3, A5, B3 to B5), Frank Myers (tracks: A4), James A. Schnaars (tracks: B2), Randy McCormick (tracks: A5), Rick Giles (tracks: B1), Tom Schuyler (tracks: B2).
Earthy Organic Passionate Bittersweet Sentimental Warm Bravado Lively Rollicking Romantic Sophisticated Yearning Freewheeling Laid-Back/Mellow Melancholy Street-Smart Swaggering Celebratory Innocent Sensual Intimate. Day Driving Hanging Out Relaxation Reminiscing. The 101 Greatest Country Hits. Amidst all the hype is a half-effective set of country standards mixed with sneaky remakes masquerading as the original tracks. With all the hoopla in the advertising, one would think that 101 tracks could be crammed into something a bit sleeker than the ten discs that this set encompasses, and if not, at least the original recordings could have been used.