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Piano Man - Billy Joel - Piano Man is the second studio album by American recording artist Billy Joel, originally released on November 9, 1973, by Columbia Records. The album emerged from legal difficulties with Joel's former label, Family Productions, and ultimately became his first breakthrough album. - The title track, a fictionalized retelling of Joel's experiences with people he met as a lounge singer in Los Angeles, peaked at No.?25 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and No.?4 on the Adult Contemporary singles chart. "Travelin' Prayer" and "Worse Comes to Worst" peaked at No. 77 and 80 on the Hot 100, respectively, while the album itself peaked at No.?27 on the US Billboard 200.
Piano Man - Billy Joel - Piano Man is the second studio album by American recording artist Billy Joel, originally released on November 9, 1973, by Columbia Records. The album emerged from legal difficulties with Joel's former label, Family Productions, and ultimately became his first breakthrough album. - The title track, a fictionalized retelling of Joel's experiences with people he met as a lounge singer in Los Angeles, peaked at No.?25 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and No.?4 on the Adult Contemporary singles chart. "Travelin' Prayer" and "Worse Comes to Worst" peaked at No. 77 and 80 on the Hot 100, respectively, while the album itself peaked at No.?27 on the US Billboard 200.
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Billy Joel - Piano Man

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Format: CD
Label: SBMK
Rel. Date: 10/20/1998
UPC: 888430769427

Piano Man
Artist: Billy Joel
Format: CD
New: In Stock $7.99
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DISC: 1

1. Travelin' Prayer
2. Piano Man
3. Ain't No Crime
4. You're My Home
5. The Ballad of Billy the Kid
6. Worse Comes to Worst
7. Stop in Nevada
8. If I Only Had the Words (To Tell You)
9. Somewhere Along the Line
10. Captain Jack

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Piano Man - Billy Joel - Piano Man is the second studio album by American recording artist Billy Joel, originally released on November 9, 1973, by Columbia Records. The album emerged from legal difficulties with Joel's former label, Family Productions, and ultimately became his first breakthrough album. - The title track, a fictionalized retelling of Joel's experiences with people he met as a lounge singer in Los Angeles, peaked at No.?25 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and No.?4 on the Adult Contemporary singles chart. "Travelin' Prayer" and "Worse Comes to Worst" peaked at No. 77 and 80 on the Hot 100, respectively, while the album itself peaked at No.?27 on the US Billboard 200.
        
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