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RIP Eddie

Saw him live for the first time at Summerjam '78 at the then Royals Stadium,he actually followed Van Halen.

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FOCK!........I love Eddie and have been watching his show for the last couple years. :( 

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Two Tickets is one of the all time greats.  He always seemed like a good guy.  Love that quote at the end of the article.

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What a character, he'll be greatly missed. 😭

 

In 1980 He & Pat Benetar played a small County Fair and since the weather was bad, there was only a crowd of about 200 or so. Which made it easy to get close to the stage. Even though it was a crazy ass thunderstorm they both played the show and we all had a fantastic time. 

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I know that things will never be the same now

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"Smacked that horse in the ass, and with my last dying gasp, my Brother could hear me say....."

 

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42 minutes ago, nzoner said:

My favorite song of his

 

one of mine as well.....look up 🙄

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One of his songs that IMO was so much better live

 

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If I see one more g)ddamn face book post saying 

"Enjoy your one ticket to paradise Eddie"

Or

"God took you home tonight"

There's going to be news at 11 I tell ya.

I absolutely hate people.

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RIP Eddie 

I might have mentioned this during the music drafts.  

Eddie absolutely hated his biggest hit.  The record company gave him the song and he didn’t like it.  Even refused to sing the “be my little baby” part.  So, he brought Ronnie Spector in to sing it and it ended up a big hit  

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-xpm-1986-12-18-8604040709-story,amp.html

 

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I'm assuming most know this fact about Eddie but it's crazy to think he was a Brooklyn police officer before becoming a rock n roll star.

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3 minutes ago, vuduchile said:

RIP Eddie 

I might have mentioned this during the music drafts.  

Eddie absolutely hated his biggest hit.  The record company gave him the song and he didn’t like it.  Even refused to sing the “be my little baby” part.  So, he brought Ronnie Spector in to sing it and it ended up a big hit  

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-xpm-1986-12-18-8604040709-story,amp.html

 

I hate it too!

 

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7 minutes ago, Big Guy said:

I hate it too!

 

Not a big fan of that one myself although Ronnie was very good on it.

Here's one of my B-side favorites from the first project

 

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54 minutes ago, vuduchile said:

RIP Eddie 

I might have mentioned this during the music drafts.  

Eddie absolutely hated his biggest hit.  The record company gave him the song and he didn’t like it.  Even refused to sing the “be my little baby” part.  So, he brought Ronnie Spector in to sing it and it ended up a big hit  

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-xpm-1986-12-18-8604040709-story,amp.html

 

Awesome song. :thumbsup:

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7 hours ago, nzoner said:

I'm assuming most know this fact about Eddie but it's crazy to think he was a Brooklyn police officer before becoming a rock n roll star.

Negative. He was a police trainee. Never was a cop. 

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2 hours ago, nzoner said:

He was born in 1949. He stopped being a cop in 1968 after two years? So he was a cop when he was 17? He was a trainee, or what they call a cadet in most places. 

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14 hours ago, TimmySmith said:

AXS has lost 1/3 it's programming.  If Hagar goes, that's it. :dunno:

RIP Eddie.

Don't you ever wish anything bad on Sammy, you cretin :mad:

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Dude actually had so many songs I forgot about through the years.  
Gimme some Water was one of them that I really liked over most. Glad to see that you faggits do, also. 

https://www.google.com/search?q=eddie+money+songs&oq=eddie+money+songs&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.7975j1j8&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

 

Also, stolen from somewhere else, but... "Take me home tonight, because I'm dead."  :lol::ninja:

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12 hours ago, nzoner said:

Here's one of my B-side favorites from the first project

 

Wow thanks.......haven't heard that one in a long time

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13 hours ago, Hardcore troubadour said:

He was born in 1949. He stopped being a cop in 1968 after two years? So he was a cop when he was 17? He was a trainee, or what they call a cadet in most places. 

So take it up with Eddiemoney.com I'm just sharing what the website said.

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RIP Eddie

Going through quite a few songs now.

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You know what Eddie said about hunger. It's a hunger. 

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