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Billy Joel - Cold Spring Harbor Album
Rock / Pop
Performer: Billy Joel
Title: Cold Spring Harbor
Style: Folk Rock, Ballad
Year 2014
Label Columbia
Genre: Rock / Pop
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 212
MP3 size: 2361 mb
FLAC size: 2274 mb
WMA size: 1618 mb
Record From: 10 × File, FLAC, Album, Reissue, 24bit 96kHz

Billy Joel - Cold Spring Harbor Album

Tracklist

1She's Got A Way2:51
2Turn Around3:06
3You Look So Good To Me2:29
4Tomorrow Is Today4:40
5You Can Make Me Free2:59
6Nocturne2:46
7Got To Begin Again2:52
8Everybody Loves You Now2:49
9Falling Of The Rain2:38
10Why Judy Why2:58

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FPS 2700Billy Joel Cold Spring Harbor ‎(LP, Album)Family ProductionsFPS 2700US1971
F 82700Billy Joel Cold Spring Harbor ‎(8-Trk, Album)Family ProductionsF 82700US1971
CBS 32400Billy Joel Cold Spring Harbor ‎(LP, Album, RE)CBSCBS 32400Europe1983
491190 2, COL 491190 2Billy Joel Cold Spring Harbor ‎(CD, Album, Enh, RM)Columbia, Columbia491190 2, COL 491190 2Europe1998
FPS 2700Billy Joel Cold Spring Harbor ‎(LP, Album)Family ProductionsFPS 2700US1971

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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. Cold Spring Harbor. Release Date: November 1, 1971. Disc 1. She's Got A Way. You Can Make Me Free. Everybody Loves You Now. Why Judy Why. Now Playing: Billy Joel: Ultimate Hits Playlist. Billy Joel's 'Cold Spring Harbor' arrived on Nov. By 1971, Billy Joel had endured some rough years. The piano player had been part of a few failed bands one of which ended, in part, because he stole the drummers wife, whom Joel would later wed. He was depressed, tried to commit suicide and checked into a psychiatric hospital. Billy Joel. Pop 1971. Beautiful ballad Shes Got a Way, with its deliciously descending chords and McCartney-esque melody, was the first of many unabashedly romantic declarations to come. A few short months after abandoning the heavy organ-and-drums duo Attila - partially because their sole record flopped, partially because he stole the drummer's wife - Billy Joel reinvented himself as a sensitive singersongwriter. 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. Cold Spring Harbor is the first studio album by American singer-songwriter Billy Joel, released on November 1, 1971. He had previously released albums as a member of the bands The Hassles and Attila. It is the only one of Billy Joels solo albums that was not distributed by Columbia Records it was instead released by Family Production. Cold Spring Harbor is Joels least favorite album because it was recorded at the incorrect speed, making his voice significantly higher and distorting the overall sound. Cold Spring Harbor Q&A. Billy Joel - Cold Spring Harbor 1971. To favorites 5 Download album. Listen album. Rock Pop. Songs in album Billy Joel - Cold Spring Harbor 1971. Billy Joel - She's Got A Way. Billy Joel - You Can Make Me Free. Billy Joel - Everybody Loves You Now. Billy Joel - Why Judy Why. Billy Joel - Falling Of The Rain. Billy Joel - Turn Around. Billy Joel - You Look So Good To Me. In this interview, Billy free to Billy Joel Cold Spring Harbor She's Got a Way, You Can Make Me Free and more. 10 tracks 31:55. Cold Spring Harbor is the debut studio album by American recording artist Billy Joel, released on November 1, 1971 by Family Productions. This item:Cold Spring Harbor by Billy Joel Audio CD . Only 2 left in stock - order soon. Songs In The Attic by Billy Joel Audio CD . Only 20 left in stock more on the way. Ships from and sold by . Although Billy Joel was searching for his own style at this stage, there is not a single weak song in this album and it's got a foretaste of the greatness to come. It's a great shame that the initial technical complication has spoiled these masterpieces and that the album went up only to 202 in The Billboard in 1972