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Billy Joel - Triple Feature - Cold Spring Harbor/The Bridge/River Of Dreams album flac

  • Performer: Billy Joel
  • Album: Triple Feature - Cold Spring Harbor/The Bridge/River Of Dreams
  • FLAC: 1630 mb | MP3: 1219 mb
  • Released: 2010
  • Style: Classic Rock, Pop Rock, Soft Rock
  • Rating: 4.9/5
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Billy Joel - Triple Feature - Cold Spring Harbor/The Bridge/River Of Dreams album flac

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Disc 1
1-1 She's Got A Way
1-2 You Can Make Me Free
1-3 Everybody Loves You Now
1-4 Why Judy Why
1-5 Falling Of The Rain
1-6 Turn Around
1-7 You Look So Good To Me
1-8 Tomorrow Is Today
1-9 Nocturne
1-10 Got To Begin Again
Disc 2
2-1 Running On Ice
2-2 This Is The Time
2-3 A Matter Of Trust
2-4 Modern Woman
2-5 Baby Grand
Featuring – Ray Charles
2-6 Big Man On Mullberry Street
2-7 Temptation
2-8 Code Of Silence
Featuring – Cyndi Lauper
2-9 Getting Close
Disc 3
3-1 No Man's Land
3-2 The Great Wall Of China
3-3 Blonde Over Blue
3-4 A Minor Variation
3-5 Shades of Grey
3-6 All About Soul
3-7 Lullabye (Goodnight My Angel)
3-8 The River Of Dreams
3-9 Two Thousand Years
3-10 Famous Last Words

Notes

Cold Spring Harbor - originally released in 1971

The Bridge - released in 1986

River of Dreams - released in 1993

All lyrics from Cold Spring Harbor album, popular Billy Joel songs with tracklist and information about album.

Cold Spring Harbor is the debut studio album by American recording artist Billy Joel, released on November 1, 1971, by Family Productions. Cold Spring Harbor was named after a hamlet of the same name in the Town of Huntington, New York. It is located on Long Island Sound near Joel's hometown. The front cover was photographed at Harbor Road in Cold Spring Harbor.

Genre: Singer-Songwriter. Or consider a donation? Dr. John. The Sun Moon & Herbs. The Mothers of Invention. Fillmore East – June 1971.

This album was lacquer-mastered at the incorrect speed and this effect can be heard on this LP. Code-barres et Autres Identifiants. Matrix, Runout (Side 1 Runout - Etched): FPS-2700 A-17-RE NEW.

Ships from and sold by Media Medley. Even though it was mastered at the wrong speed and little Billy sounds like he should be in Alvin and the Chipmunks, the album is incredible in comparison to the horrendous 1983 Columbia reissue. Sure, they slowed it down to the correct speed, but they removed the orchestration. I thought I liked Tomorrow is Today.

He had shown signs of McCartney-esque songcraft on Hour of the Wolf, the last Hassles album, but his debut album, Cold Spring Harbor, is where these talents blossomed. The record was uneven but very charming, boasting two of his finest songs - the lovely "She's Got a Way" and the bitterly cynical "Everybody Loves You Now" - and a score of flawed but nicely crafted songs that illustrated Joel's gift for melody, as well as his pretensions (the mock-gospel in "Tomorrow Is Today," a classical stab. entitled "Nocturne").

Release Date: November 1, 1971. Disc 1. She's Got A Way. You Can Make Me Free. Everybody Loves You Now. Why Judy Why. Falling Of The Rain. You Look So Good To Me. Tomorrow Is Today.

The cover of the River Of Dreams album was painted by supermodel Christie Brinkley, who was Joel's second wife. The video was directed by Andy Morahan, who also did Joel's clip for "The Downeaster Alexa. It was shot in Connecticut; the bridge scenes were done at the Providence & Worcester railroad bridge in Middletown, which crosses the Connecticut River. Joel's daughter, Alexa Ray, and wife, Christie Brinkley, appear in the video along the riverbank with Brinkley painting the album cover. More songs from Billy Joel. More songs inspired by dreams. More songs about peace or tranquility. More songs about spirituality or religion. More songs with videos directed by Andy Morahan

The Bridge was Billy Joel’s tenth studio album, released on July 28th, 1986. It followed his highly successful album, An Innocent Man (1983), and was a strong hit-maker in its own right on the charts, with the album itself reaching the upper echelon of many charts worldwide ( in both Australia and Japan, in the US, and in Canada, to name a few) and being certified in more than a few places (gold. Though Joel had left said label following Cold Spring Harbor, the deal Columbia Records made to get Billy out of his first recording contract with Artie Ripp’s label stated that Ripp would collect a portion of royalties (about 4%) and have the logo appear on Joel’s first ten albums released on the Columbia label.