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Disc 1

1. For The Love Of Money - The O'Jays (Live)
2. Money (That's What I Want) - Barrett Strong
3. Money Honey - Betty o'Brien
4. Payin' The Cost To Be The Boss - B.B. King
5. No Money Down - Chuck Berry
6. Dead Broke - The Du-Droppers
7. Shake Your Money Maker - Elmore James
8. Who's Gonna Pay The Cheque - Peggy Lee
9. Greenbacks - Ray charles
10. I Don't Want Your Money - John Lee Hooker
11. Poor Millionaire - Tommy Hunt
12. Broke And Lonely - Johnny ‘Guitar’ Watson
13. One Little Boy Had Money - Don covay
14. I've Got A Dollar - Jimmy Dell
15. Get Rich Quick - Frankie Laine
16. Loan A Helping Hand - Bobby Blue Bland
17. Minimum Wage - B.K. Anderson
18. Green Back Dollar - Gene Vincent
19. Easy Money - Charlie Rich
20. Money - Jerry Lee Lewis

Disc 2

1. When I Get Paid - Jerry Lee Lewis
2. Money Honey - Ella Mae Morse
3. Leave My Money Alone - Lonesome Sundown
4. Hot Dollar - Gene Vincent
5. Don't Bet Money Honey - Linda scott
6. Money - The Miracles
7. My Last Dollar - Brook Benton
8. Greenback Dollar Bill - Louis Prima
9. Money And Me - Barrett Strong
10. Money Burns A Hole In My Pocket - Dean Martin
11. Gas Money - Jan & Arnie
12. Taxpayers Blues - Chef Slim Gaillard
13. Takes Money - Shirley & Lee
14. Money's Funny - Jeanette ’Baby’ Washington
15. You Can Bet Your Bottom Dollar - Jack Scott
16. Women And Money - John Lee Hooker
17. No Money In This Deal - Red Sovine
18. If I Didn't Have A Dime - Gene Pitney
19. Broke - Wilbert Harrison
20. One Dime Blues - Etta Baker

For The Love Of Money

Artist VARIOUS ARTISTS

Format 2CD

Cat No NOT2CD730

Bar-Code 5060143497308

Availability: In stock

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When Barrett Strong sang ‘Money - that’s what I want!’ the R&B singer from Mississippi touched a raw nerve in the public consciousness. We can all be high-minded moralists and the idea of singing the praises of filthy lucre can seem distasteful even outrageous. Yet there was cause to smile and give way to popular sentiment when Barrett spoke so shamelessly of his basic needs. Let’s face it; money need not be the root of all evil. It can mean the price of a cup of coffee and even a roof over ones head. This treasure house of songs presented by a richly endowed depository of artists all dealing with the issues raised by the need to work for your money. You can bet your bottom dollar that most of us can relate to that!

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