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Only The Good Die Young - Billy Joel - The Stranger (Vinyl, LP, Album)

2 Oct

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  1. The sole purpose of this archive is to catalog Mar Simmons' Vinyl and CD collection. Original idea by @Mar Simmons. Designed, Built & Maintained by @Brent Simmons with the help of our friends & family!
  2. Other Versions (5 of ) View All Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; JC , Billy Joel: The Stranger ‎ (LP, Album, Ter): Columbia, Columbia, Family Productions: JC ,
  3. Billy Joel teamed with Phil Ramone, a famed engineer who had just scored his first producing hits with Art Garfunkel's Breakaway and Paul Simon's Still Crazy After All These Years for The Stranger, his follow-up to Turnstiles. Joel still favored big, sweeping melodies, but Ramone convinced him to streamline his arrangements and clean up the production.. The results aren't necessarily 9/
  4. I gave The Stranger a spin today and it hit me, I don't think I've seen a single person utter the name Billy Joel on this subreddit. If the search function can be trusted, only two people have ever written his name on this subreddit. One of those was to talk about a cover someone did of a Billy Joel .
  5. Billy Joel The Stranger on g. Pop Classic Remastered and Recut on LP. Originally released in , Billy Joel's fifth studio album, The Stranger, was his breakthrough and marked the first of a series of highly successful collaborations with producer Phil Ramone, whose mastery of the recording studio provided a sublime sonic context for Joel's timeless songs and classic performances.
  6. The sole purpose of this archive is to catalog Mar Simmons' Vinyl and CD collection. Original idea by @Mar Simmons. Designed, Built & Maintained by @Brent Simmons with the help of our friends & family!
  7. * Items below may differ depending on the release. Review Joel delivered a radio-perfect smash with The Stranger in , and its title track is the quintessential Joel song -- a melody you can't shake, that clean studio feel, and mean-spirited lyrics. He turns that trick with sharpshooter accuracy on this one; chances are you know six of the nine songs on here by heart.
  8. Billy Joel teamed with Phil Ramone, a famed engineer who had just scored his first producing hits with Art Garfunkel's Breakaway and Paul Simon's Still Crazy After All These Years for The Stranger, his follow-up to Turnstiles. Joel still favored big, sweeping melodies, but Ramone convinced him to streamline his arrangements and clean up the production.. The results aren't necessarily 9/

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