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Everybody Loves You Now - Billy Joel - Songs In The Attic (Reel-To-Reel, Album)

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  1. Apr 18,  · Billy Joel ‎– Songs In The Attic. This album consists solely of live versions of album tracks from Joel's first four albums, recorded during his Glass Houses tour. Joel was unhappy with the way the tracks were originally recorded, as his control over the recordings was limited and session musicians were used. For these recordings, Joel used his backing band, 4/5(K).
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  3. Nov 01,  · All songs by Billy Joel 1. "She's Got a Way" – ( Original LP) 2. "You Can Make Me Free" – ( Original LP) 3. "Everybody Loves You Now" – ( Original LP) 4. "Why Judy Why" – ( Original LP) 5. "Falling of the Rain" – ( Original LP) 6. "Turn Around" – ( Original LP) 7.
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  4. 1 day ago · Billy Joel ‎– Songs In The Attic CD, Album, Original Issue Country: US Released: Genre: Rock Style: Pop Rock Tracklist 1 Miami (Seen The Lights Go Out On Broadway) 2 Summer, Highland Falls 3 Streetlife Serenader 4 Los Angelenos 5 She's Got A Way 6 Everybody Loves You Now 7 Say Goodbye To Hollywood.
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  5. Baby all the lights are turned on you Now you're in the center of the stage Everything revolves on what you do Ah, you are in your prime, you've come of age And you can always have your way somehow But everybody loves you now You can walk away from your mistakes You can turn your back on what you do Just a little smile is all it takes.
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  6. Billy Joel (born William Martin Joel on May 9, in Bronx, New York, USA) is an American pianist, singer-songwriter, and composer. Since releasing his first hit song, "Piano Man," in , Joel has become a multi-million-selling recording artist.
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  7. Editors’ Notes Despite his incredible success, Billy Joel didn't want to celebrate his moment by recording a predictable live album that trotted out all his hits. Instead, he chose his favorite overlooked songs from his first four solo albums. (His one early hit, "Piano Man," was left off this album for being too well-known.).
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  8. Nov 06,  · This song is originally from Billy's first solo album, Cold Spring Harbor, released November A fantastic live version of this song is on Songs In The Attic, Billy Joel's first live album.
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  9. This song is originally from Billy's first solo album, Cold Spring Harbor, released November A fantastic live version of this song is on Songs In The Attic, Billy Joel's first live album, which was recorded in June - July during the Glass Houses tour and was released September 10, Songs In The Attic features songs from Cold Spring Harbor in a better form, since Billy.
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