Released in 1980 as a private edition of 300 copies, “Time and Money” finds outlaw rock hero Ray “McKay” Pierle abandoning the rural rock sounds of his famous “Into You” album for a more hard-rock approach.
Twin guitar attacks charged with fuzz-wah and catchy songs full of memorable hooks and melodic vocals.
Recorded mostly at Ray Pierle¢s home-made studio and mixed by Moe Whittemore at the legendary 700 West studios in Indiana, resulting in a warm, fabulous analog sound.
Master tape sound
Insert with lyrics and liner notes
“Among the three records with Ray Pierle involvement, “Time & Money” is the heaviest guitar LP” – Stan Denski (Acid Archives)