Billy Joel - Movin' Out (Anthony's Song) album flac
- Album: Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)
- FLAC: 1188 mb | MP3: 1287 mb
- Released: 1977
- Style: Pop Rock
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 594
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Billy Joel live in 2008 in Japan. Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)" is a song written and recorded by Billy Joel. The song originally appeared on his 1977 album, The Stranger. A live performance of it can be heard on 2000 Years: The Millennium Concert.
Ranked by Rolling Stone at number 70 on the list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time, Billy Joel's 1977 'The Stranger' has acheived legendary status a. .
2006 Отправился в мировое турне в поддержку бокс-сета My Lives.
2007 Был выпущен юбилейный бокс-сет, посвящённый 30-летию выпуска альбома Stranger.
Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)" is a song written and recorded by Billy Joel. The track details the singer's disgust with the upwardly mobile bourgeois aspirations of working- and lower-middle-class New Yorkers who take pride in working long hours to afford the outward signs of having "made it". Characters have stereotypically ethnic names (Anthony, Mama Leone, Sergeant O'Leary, Mr. Cacciatore) and blue-collar jobs
Movin' Out (Anthony’s Song) is the first track off Billy Joel’s hit 1977 album The Stranger. It is also the title of the Twyla Tharp Broadway dance musical) which featured many of Billy Joel’s other hits. Focused on the aspirations of working and lower-class New Yorkers, the song puts into question the amount of effort it would take for the characters to achieve their own slice of the American Dream. Near the end of the recording is the sound of a car starting up and driving away, and it was actually the bass player’s (Doug Stegmeyer) 1960s Corvette that was used
Billy Joel told USA Today July 9, 2008: "In the song, there's the sound of a car peeling out. That was (bassist) Doug Stegmeyer's car, who at the time had a '60s-era Corvette. He took his little tape machine in the car and hung the microphone out the rear end, and started burning rubber, screeching away from his house
Year: 1977 Album: The Stranger. Year: 1977 Album: The Stranger. The track details the singer's disgust with the upwardly-mobile bourgeois aspirations of working- and lower-middle-class New Yorkers who take pride in working long hours to afford the outward signs of having "made it". Cacciatore) and blue-collar jobs . The Twyla Tharp Broadway dance musical Movin' Out, featuring the songs of Billy Joel, opened at New York City's Richard Rodgers Theatre on October 24, 2002, and played 1,307 performances before closing in December 2005. The show's lead piano player and singer was Michael Cavanaugh. It toured the US extensively from 2004 through 2007, featuring Darren Holden as lead Piano Man, and Matt Wilson, James Fox and Matthew Friedman as second Piano Men.
Band Name Billy Joel. Album Name Movin' Out (Anthony's Song). Type EP. Data wpisu 1977. Styl muzycznyPop Rock. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0. 1. Movin' Out (Anthony's Song). 2. She's Always a Woman. Other productions from Billy Joel.
Movin’ out (Anthony’s song). Anthony works in the grocery store Savin’ his pennies for someday Mama Leone left a note on the door, She said, Sonny, move out to the country. Workin’ too hard can give you A heart k You oughta know by now Who needs a house out in Hackensack? Is that all you get for your money? And it seems such a waste of time If that’s what it’s all about Mama, If that’s movin’ up then I’m movin’ out. Mmm, I’m movin’ out. Ooh-hoo, uh-huh, mmmm.