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Eddie Rabbitt - All Time Greatest Hits
Genres: Country, Pop, Rock
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Lorelie L. from CLINTON, MA
Reviewed on 12/5/2006...
All Eddie's best hits. I loved it and so will you if you were a fan.
Blue-eyed R&B Country
K. Fontenot | The Bayou State | 12/13/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Eddie Rabbitt made quite a career out of singing songs that fit comfortably on both AC and Country stations. Hits like "Gone Too Far" and "I Love A Rainy Night" were played on both and received with much enthusiasm. To my knowledge, Rabbitt was never considered a sell out. Perhaps this is because he consistently churned out songs like "Suspicions" that fit perfectly on AC radio and then turned around and made Country greats like "Drivin' My Life Away" and "Rocky Mountain Music." With Rabbitt, unlike most modern "Country" acts, I believe his intentions were never to be pigeon-holed into one genre of music. He was comfortable singing both Soft Rock and Country music and never seemed intent on becoming one of those forced "Pop" Country stars like so many today. He didn't wear a cowboy hat and tight T-shirts, never sang about drivin' his Chevy down to the lake for a late-night romance with his John Deere queen, and he was never a poser. He was Eddie Rabbitt, no more, no less.
This particular disc of greatest hits is well worth the price. My personal favorite, and probably my all-time favorite tune by Rabbitt, is "Two Dollars In The Jukebox." Though it lacks many of his hits like "Just You And I," "Step By Step," and "Every Which Way But Loose," you can get all of those and more on "Eddie Rabbitt-Greatest Hits" which is almost always coupled with this disc by Amazon in the "Better Together" listing. In fact, the cost of both of these discs together is still cheaper than buying some other, lesser artists greatest hits single disc collections.
I definitely suggest buying this album and the aforementioned "Greatest Hits" disc together if you enjoy Eddie Rabbitt. Fans of artists such as Doug Stone, Conway Twitty, and 80's R&B country will be sure to enjoy this album also."