Billy Joel - Like Ray In New York FLAC album
Genre: Rock / Pop music
Title: Like Ray In New York
Style: Folk Rock, Pop Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1225 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1274 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1356 mb
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New York State of Mind" is a song written by Billy Joel which initially appeared on the album Turnstiles in 1976.
Ray Charles inducts Billy Joel into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Presented with The James Smithson Bicentennial Medal from The Smithsonian Institution. On June 14, Billy is awarded the Johnny Mercer Award at the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame Dinner in New York City. On September 21, Billy Joel performed New York State of Mind on the America: A Tribute To Heroes special that aired on 31 networks simultaneously. Billy Joel is named Music Cares Person of the Year 2002.
The Bridge (Billy Joel album). The Bridge is the tenth studio album by American singer-songwriter Billy Joel, released on July 28, 1986. It was the last studio album produced by Phil Ramone as well as the last to feature Joel's long-time bassist Doug Stegmeyer and rhythm guitarist Russell Javors.
Songs like I’ve Loved These Days, Summer, Highland Falls New York State of Mind, Miami 2017 (Seen the Lights Go Out on Broadway) et. .Eight perfect tracks. This is why ranking Billy Joel albums is pretty much impossible, But it’s fun. (Released May 19, 1976). Released September 29,1977). The most obvious choice as Billy Joel’s greatest album, and it’s hard to argue against it being his best work
As New York natives, Steely Dan sought to capture the essence of their hometown for their third album, 1974's Pretzel Logic, so they went straight to the hot dog and pretzel vendors that litter street corners. Taken by photographer Raeanne Rubenstein, the album's cover was shot on the Central Park side of East 79th and Fifth Avenue. Billy Joel - New York State Of Mind (from Live at Shea Stadium) ft. Tony Bennett.
Madison Square Garden - New York, NY. Billy Joel - In Concert.
One of Billy Joel’s signature songs, New York State of Mind comes from the 1976 album Turnstiles and is something of a love song for the city. The artist was literally traveling on a Greyhound bus from Los Angeles, where he had spent three years making a living and trying to boost his career. He returned to New York and the song was written shortly after he arrived. It was never released as a single but is a concert mainstay. It has been played as a morale booster for New York during the fundraising concerts following two majorly devastating events: The 9/11 attack of the World Trade Center.
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|Live At The Bottom Line, New York, NY June 10 1976 Last Night Of 3 Night Stand Early Show|
|1-1||Prelude/Angry Young Man|
|1-2||Somewhere Along The Line|
|1-3||Summer, Highland Falls|
|1-5||Root Beer Rag|
|1-8||New York State Of Mind|
|1-10||The Ballad Of Billy The Kid|
|1-11||I've Loved These Days|
Written-By – Bruce Springsteen
|1-13||Miami 2017 (Seen The Lights Go Out On Broadway)|
|2-2||All You Wanna Do Is Dance|
|2-3||Ain't No Crime|
|Live At Ultrasonic Recording Studios Hempstead NY Broadcast On WILR Nov 9, 1971|
|2-5||Everybody Loves You Now|
|2-6||She's Got a Way|
|2-7||Got To Begin Again|
|Live At Sigma Sound Studios Philadelphia PA Apr 15, 1972|
|2-10||Falling Of The Rain|
|2-13||Long, Long Time|
|2-16||Tomorrow Is Today|
|Date Unknown, Early Live Performance|
|2-17||Stop In Nevada|
|2-18||Billy's Country Song|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): PB-070
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): PB-071