“What Can I Do with This Broken Heart” is the second single by England Dan & John Ford Coley taken from their album Dr Heckle & Mr Jive. It was released in 1979 and reached #50 in the US Billboard Charts.
Can’t Hold Back is Eddie Money‘s sixth album, released in 1986. It contains one of Money’s biggest hits, “Take Me Home Tonight” which helped bring both himself and Ronnie Spector back to the spotlight. The album was certified platinum in 1987. The song “Stranger in a Strange Land” written by Money with Henry Small and […]
“I Wanna Go Back” is a 1984 song by American rock band Billy Satellite, written by band members Monty Byrom, Danny Chauncey, and Ira Walker, that achieved major popularity when recorded by Eddie Money in 1986. Another version was recorded by former Santana/Journey keyboardist/singer Gregg Rolie for his self-titled 1985 debut solo album. American rock […]
“Endless Nights” is a song by American rock singer Eddie Money, released in 1987 as the third single from his sixth studio album Can’t Hold Back (1986). It was written by John Cesario, Michele Collyer and Steve Mullen, and produced by Richie Zito and Money. It reached No. 21 on the Billboard Hot 100 and […]
“Take Me Home Tonight” is a song by American rock singer Eddie Money. It was released in August 1986 as the lead single from his album Can’t Hold Back. The song’s chorus interpolates the Ronettes’ 1963 hit “Be My Baby”, with original vocalist Ronnie Spector reprising her role. The song reached number four on the […]
Temptation is the second and last album by the Marc Tanner Band, released in 1980 on Elektra. The Marc Tanner Band was a west coast rock band fronted by Marc Tanner, that released two albums on the Elektra label. They had a small hit with the song “Elena” in 1979.
Big Trouble is the debut and only studio album from the female pop group Big Trouble, released in 1988. Like the formation of 60s group The Monkees, Big Trouble was an all female pop group put together by TV executive Fred Silverman. The group consisted of vocalist Bobbie Eakes, bassist Julia Farey, keyboardist Rebecca Ryan […]