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The Vinyl Collection, Volume 2 brings together Billy Joelís monumentally successful albums from the later part of his career; Glass Houses (1980), The Nylon Curtain (1982), An Innocent Man (1983), The Bridge (1986) and Storm Front (1989), River of Dreams (1993). Also includes 2 titles on vinyl for the first time; the 2-LP Fantasies & Delusions, and the 3-LP Live from Long Island recorded in 1982.

All titles were sourced from the original album masters and includes a 60+ page booklet featuring Billyís personal observations and an essay by Rob Tannenbaum.

The Vinyl Collection, Volume 2 brings together Billy Joelís monumentally successful albums from the later part of his career; Glass Houses (1980), The Nylon Curtain (1982), An Innocent Man (1983), The Bridge (1986) and Storm Front (1989), River of Dreams (1993). Also includes 2 titles on vinyl for the first time; the 2-LP Fantasies & Delusions, and the 3-LP Live from Long Island recorded in 1982.

All titles were sourced from the original album masters and includes a 60+ page booklet featuring Billyís personal observations and an essay by Rob Tannenbaum.

194399571811

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Format: Vinyl
Label: Legacy
Rel. Date: 11/03/2023
UPC: 194399571811

The Vinyl Collection, Volume 2 [11 LP Box Set]
Artist: Billy Joel
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $311.98
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DISC: 1

1. You May Be Right
2. Sometimes a Fantasy
3. Donít Ask Me Why
4. Itís Still Rock and Roll to Me
5. All for Leyna
6. I Donít Want to Be Alone
7. Sleeping with the Television On
8. Cíetait Toi (You Were the One)
9. Close to the Borderline
10. Through the Long Night

DISC: 2

1. Allentown
2. Laura
3. Pressure
4. Goodnight Saigon
5. Sheís Right on Time
6. A Room of Our Own
7. Surprises
8. Scandinavian Skies
9. Whereís the Orchestra

DISC: 3

1. Easy Money
2. An Innocent Man
3. The Longest Time
4. This Night
5. Tell Her About It
6. Uptown Girl
7. Careless Talk
8. Christie Lee
9. Leave a Tender Moment Alone
10. Keeping the Faith

DISC: 4

1. Running on Ice
2. This Is the Time
3. Modern Woman
4. Baby Grand (duet with Ray Charles)
5. Big Man on Mulberry Street
6. Temptation
7. Code of Silence
8. Getting Closer

DISC: 5

1. Thatís Not Her Style
2. We Didnít Start The Fire
3. The Downeaster ĎAlexaí
4. I Go to Extremes
5. Shameless
6. Storm Front
7. Leningrad
8. State of Grace
9. When in Rome
10. And So It Goes

DISC: 6

1. No Manís Land
2. The Great Wall of China
3. Blonde Over Blue
4. A Minor Variation
5. Shades of Grey
6. All About Soul
7. Lullabye (Goodnight, My Angel)
8. The River of Dreams
9. Two Thousand Years
10. Famous Last Words

DISC: 7

1. Reverie ("Villa d'Este")
2. Waltz #1 ("Nunley's Carousel")
3. Aria ("Grand Canal")
4. Invention in C Minor
5. Soliloquy ("On a Separation")

DISC: 8

1. Suite for Piano ("Star-Crossed"): I. Innamorato
2. Suite for Piano ("Star-Crossed"): II. Sorbetto
3. Suite for Piano ("Star-Crossed"): III. Delusion
4. Opus Waltz #2 ("Steinway Hall")
5. Opus Waltz #3 ("For Lola")
6. Opus Fantasy ("Film Noir")
7. Opus Air ("Dublinesque")

DISC: 9

1. Allentown
2. My Life
3. Prelude/Angry Young Man
4. Piano Man
5. Donít Ask Me Why
6. The Stranger

DISC: 10

1. Scandinavian Skies
2. Moviní Out (Anthonyís Song)
3. Sheís Always A Woman
4. Pressure
5. Scenes From An Italian Restaurant
6. Just The Way You Are
7. Goodnight Saigon

DISC: 11

1. Stiletto
2. Band Intro
3. Until The Night
4. Itís Still Rock N Roll To Me
5. Sometimes A Fantasy
6. Big Shot
7. You May Be Right
8. Only The Good Die Young
9. Souvenir

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The Vinyl Collection, Volume 2 brings together Billy Joelís monumentally successful albums from the later part of his career; Glass Houses (1980), The Nylon Curtain (1982), An Innocent Man (1983), The Bridge (1986) and Storm Front (1989), River of Dreams (1993). Also includes 2 titles on vinyl for the first time; the 2-LP Fantasies & Delusions, and the 3-LP Live from Long Island recorded in 1982.

All titles were sourced from the original album masters and includes a 60+ page booklet featuring Billyís personal observations and an essay by Rob Tannenbaum.

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