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  1. Tonris
    Having scored three multi-platinum hits in a row, Billy Joel took a breather, releasing his first live album, Songs in the Attic, as he worked on his ambitious follow-up to Glass Houses. Joel wisely decided to use the live album as an opportunity to draw attention to songs from his first four albums. Apart from "Piano Man," none of those songs had been heard by the large audience he had won.
  2. Tygok
    Songs In The Attic resurrected some undiscovered gems from Billy's back catalog such as "Everybody Loves You Now" and "Los Angelenos," while bringing to life some early staples like "Say Goodbye To Hollywood" and "Miami " which sound more urgent and brighter.
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  4. Tojagul
    Songs in the Attic is the first live album by Billy Joel, released in At the time of its release, it was the first widely available appearance of music from his first album, Cold Spring Harbor, released in
  5. Grotaxe
    It contains two songs that were featured in many of Joel's live shows during the s: the instrumental "Root Beer Rag" and the short song "Souvenir", which Joel often played as the final encore during that time period. Live versions of "Streetlife Serenader" and "Los Angelenos" appeared on Joel's first live album, Songs in the Attic ().
  6. Dazil
    Listen free to Billy Joel – Songs In The Attic (Miami (Seen the Lights Go Out on Broadway), Summer, Highland Falls and more). 11 tracks (). Songs in the Attic is the first live album by Billy Joel, released in At the time of its release, it was the first widely available appearance of music from his first album, Cold Spring Harbor, originally released in

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