Playing for Keeps Import, Original recording remastered
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I've never understood why this cd was not as widely available as his first two? To me, it's just as good. I was lucky enough to spot a copy of this in my local record store back in the early 90's and purchase it before it went right back out-of-print, seemingly ever since. I once heard an interview with Eddie in the mid-eighty's (possibly on Rock-Line) where he commented on this album saying "instead of going Gold, it went straight to cardboard". Obviously, sales of this album were very poor, and the record company has never forgotten that. His other two albums did produce a few hits like "Two Tickets to Paradise" and "Baby Hold On" but, an album doesn't have to have a "Hit" to be good. Hopefully, if Eddie's catalog of work is ever "remastered" the fans will finally get to purchase this gem without spending a fortune.
If you can get a copy, grab it! You won't be dissappointed.
Well, it sure is LOUD and without dynamic range. If that's your thing, enjoy! I'm sticking with the original CD release for now until someone does this properly.
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Gotta like this classic Eddie Money album. Trinidad is awesome and worth the price for admission alone but the other tunes do not disappoint. Read morePublished on January 4, 2014 by Jeffery A. Rheingans
Playing For Keeps is another excellent album by the Money Man.
This album has been played 1000's of times and never gets old.
It reminds me of the times I had when this cd was released,Alot of good memories and a few I could forget.Published on June 9, 2013 by Cedric Cabrera
I think this is Eddie Moneys most focused, coherent work. This definitely showcases an artist as he matures in confidence and capability of his craft. Read morePublished on May 30, 2013 by paul diaz
timeless album..really awesome hits.great to listen to..a must for anyone who likes Eddie Money for sure!! and or the 80s.Published on March 24, 2013 by beatlesmann