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One of country music's most innovative artists during the late '70s and early '80s, Eddie Rabbitt has made contributions to the format that have often gone overlooked. Especially in songs like the R&B-inflected "Suspicions" and the rockin' "Someone Could Lose a Heart Tonight," Rabbitt challenged the commonly recognized creative boundaries of the idiom. Hailing from Brooklyn and New Jersey, Rabbitt moved to Nashville in 1968. Though it took a few years to get his recording career off the ground, he paid the rent through songwriting, authoring Elvis Presley's "Kentucky Rain" and Ronnie Milsap's "Pure Love." Eddie continued to write professionally until 1975, when he signed with Elektra Records' newly established country division. Initially, Rabbitt made recordings that were decidedly country -- mostly uptempo material, like "Two Dollars in the Jukebox" and "Drinkin' My Baby (Off My Mind)" -- with thick, inimitable harmonies, most of them overdubbed by Rabbitt himself. However, with the assistance of his then-associates David Malloy and Even Stevens, Rabbitt's records became "progressively progressive." In 1976, he started a string of Top Ten hits that ran uninterrupted until 1989. During that time, he had 16 number one singles, including "Drinkin' My Baby (Off My Mind)" (1976), "You Don't Love Me Anymore" (1978), "Every Which Way But Loose" (1979), "Drivin' My Life Away" (1980), "I Love a Rainy Night" (1980), "Step by Step" (1980), and "You and I," a 1982 duet with Crystal Gayle. In the late '80s he returned to more traditional sounds, as his country shuffle "On Second Thought" demonstrates, but it was too late for Rabbitt to return to the top of the country charts, since he had already been supplanted by a newer generation of artists. The terminal kidney ailment of his son also factored in his decision to only sporadically record and perform during the '90s. In 1997, Rabbitt was diagnosed with lung cancer; the disease claimed his life on May 7, 1998. The LP From the Heart was issued posthumously.

Eddie Rabbitt

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I Love Country: Hits of the 70's, Vol. 2 [+]
  1. Every Which Way But Loose
Country's Got Heart [10CD] [+]
  1. Every Which Way But Loose
All American Country [+]
  1. I Wanna Dance With You
Every Which Way But Loose [+]
  1. Every Which Way But Loose
Oldies But Goodies: 13 of the Best 70's Country [+]
  1. Every Which Way But Loose
I Wanna Dance with You [+]
  1. I Wanna Dance With You
Classic Country: 1975-1979 [2 CD 1999 #2] [+]
  1. Every Which Way But Loose
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (K-Rose) [CD4] [+]
  1. I Love A Rainy Night
Warner Brothers 75 Years Entertaining [+]
  1. Every Which Way But Loose
The Essentials [+]
  1. Every Which Way But Loose
Billboard Top 100 Hits 1981 [+]
  1. I Love A Rainy Night
Very Best of Country Legends [Madacy] [+]
  1. I Wanna Dance With You
Billboard Top Movie Hits 1970s [+]
  1. Every Which Way But Loose
80's Country: 1986-1988 [+]
  1. I Wanna Dance With You
Number One Hits [+]
  1. Every Which Way But Loose
The Best of Eddie Rabbitt [+]
  1. Every Which Way But Loose
Country's Got Heart: Together Again [+]
  1. Every Which Way But Loose
Billboard Top 100 Hits 1980 [+]
  1. Drivin' My Life Away
Country Connections [+]
  1. I Wanna Dance With You
Singers & Songwriters: Late '70s [2001] [+]
  1. Every Which Way But Loose
History of Country Music: Country Legends [+]
  1. I Wanna Dance With You
Miscelaneous Songs [+]
  1. The Wanderer
  2. Forgive and Forget
Classic Country: 1975-1979 [2 CD 1999 #1] [+]
  1. Every Which Way But Loose
Great Hits of Eddie Rabbitt [+]
  1. I Wanna Dance With You
Country Classics [+]
  1. Every Which Way But Loose
The Best of Eddie Rabbit: Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 [+]
  1. Every Which Way But Loose
100 Hits: Country [+]
  1. Every Which Way But Loose
Platinum Collection [+]
  1. Every Which Way But Loose
Greatest Country Hits [+]
  1. I Wanna Dance With You
Summer Nights [Rhino] [+]
  1. Every Which Way But Loose