Brooklyn-born Eddie Rabbitt, who spent most of his childhood and early-adult years in East Orange, New Jersey, started his country music career as strictly a songwriter. After moving to Nashville in 1968, Rabbitt caught the eye (and ear) of one Elvis Presley. Presley recorded the Rabbitt-penned 'Kentucky Rain', which went on to become a worldwide hit, and Rabbitt's star hit the stratosphere. After signing a recording contract with Electra Records in 1974, Rabbitt went on to become one of the top grossing country artists in the country. 'Rocky Mountain Music', Eddie s second full length album, peaked at #14 on the Country Albums Chart, but it also spawned some of his most beloved country classics 'Drinkin' My Baby (Off My Mind)' #1 country single, 'Rocky Mountain Music' #5 country single, 'Two Dollars In The Jukebox' #3 country single, and 'Do You Right Tonight' #5 country single). Astonishingly, this is the first time that this American Beat Records exclusive has ever been available on CD!