Rosalindas Eyes - Billy Joel - 52nd Street (SACD, Album)

03.09.2019
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  • Once The Stranger became a hit, Billy Joel quickly re-entered the studio with producer Phil Ramone to record the follow-up, 52nd swarfesconsdenniponepubhetabise.xyzinfod of breaking from the sound of The Stranger, Joel chose to expand it, making it more sophisticated and somewhat jazzy. Often, his moves sounded as if they were responses to Steely Dan-- indeed, his phrasing and melody for "Zanzibar" is a direct homage.
  • Billy Joel checked into the hotel and met Rosalinda and it was obvious that he was so impressed with not only her eyes but the entire young lady. Long story short, he wrote the song and sent her a signed copy of the album and she showed it to me. That's a fact and it is truly a beautiful song. I doubt anyone else knew about this but Rosalinda and I.
  • Japanese 40th anniversary SACD • mix • Lavish packaging. Sony Music in Japan will issue a 40th anniversary edition of Billy Joel‘s album 52nd Street as a multi-channel hybrid SACD (Super Audio CD) which boasts a ludicrously lavish (and satisfyingly geeky) packaging. Like the recent Miles Davis Bitches Brew SACD edition this features a surround sound mix and a stereo version.
  • 52nd Street, an Album by Billy Joel. Released 13 October on Columbia (catalog no. FC ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Piano Rock, Pop Rock, Singer/Songwriter. Featured peformers: The Lords of 52nd Street (performer), Billy Joel (piano, vocals, electric grand piano, keyboards, synthesizer, aka_text lyrics role_id aka_text, aka_text music role_id aka_text), Doug Stegmeyer (bass, aka_text.
  • Rosalinda's Eyes Lyrics: I play nights in the Spanish part of town / I've got music in my hands / The work is hard to find, but that don't get me down / Rosalinda understands / Crazy Latin dancing.
  • Like Toto's "IV", Sony re-released Billy Joel's "52nd street" with this mutli-channel/stereo release. Like other Sony re-releases, the disc features an improved stereo mix. The original stereo release was my very first SACD purchase. And based on that version, I agree with the sonics review from Tom's review.
  • Though 52nd Street went seven times platinum and was the first of Joel's albums to top the Billboard , it is a deep-cut record whose appeal goes well beyond its best-known tracks. It’s marked by jazz flourishes—the title itself invokes the heart of New York's midth-century jazz scene—and the carefully sculpted drama of Broadway, and.
  • In Rosalinda’s eyes. When she smiles she gives everything to me When she’s all alone she cries And I’d do anything to take away her tears Because they’re Rosalinda’s eyes. Senorita don’t be lonely, I will soon be there Oh Havana I’ve been searching for you everywhere I’ve got a .
  • May 17,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the SACD release of 52nd Street on Discogs/5(6).

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