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ATRUEZELDAFAN

1. Posted:

I am 19 and i LOVE Billy Joel's music. I was just wondering if there's anyone else out there from my generation who recognizes this musical genius.

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Turbo_Genesis_64

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I do like some of the early Billy Joel stuff. Yea, Billy Joel is like America's answer to Elton John.

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Billy Joel does have some great songs. Piano Man has remained one of my favourites for a long time.

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y2josh

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My favorite musician of all time. Miami 2017 is a masterpiece, IMO. Scenes from an Italian Restaurant isn't far behind. Also, Uptown Girl, a song that sounds like it's pulled straight out of the 60s. He was a musical genious. I wish he'd release a new complete album.

Oh yeah, I'm 22, so yeah.

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neilboso

5. Posted:

Billy Joel is lip syncing to his own voice in this video too...I love when they're suddnely younger

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y2josh

6. Posted:

neilboso wrote:

Billy Joel is lip syncing to his own voice in this video too...I love when they're suddnely younger

Its a music video.

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Machu

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Turbo+Genesis+64 wrote:

Billy Joel is like America's answer to Elton John.

Nuff said! :D

Seriously though, I did enjoy his stuff as a kid, but that was like twenty years ago.

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RandomWiiPlayer

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Billy Joel and Elton John had a concert like an hour away from here, but it got delayed, twice. Now it is in March 2010.

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y2josh

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I was going to go to one of their concerts, RWP, in Cleveland I think it was, but the cheap seats were near or over 100 dollars. So, I said no thanks.

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The_Fox

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Never been a fan of Billy Joel. I was a bartender a bar that skewed towards the older yuppie type about a year back and they played Piano Man every damn night. Sometimes three or four times. It was my own little slice of hell.

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Noire

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I actually did start the fire.

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y2josh

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The+Fox wrote:

Never been a fan of Billy Joel. I was a bartender a bar that skewed towards the older yuppie type about a year back and they played Piano Man every damn night. Sometimes three or four times. It was my own little slice of hell.

I could imagine lol. That song used to be my favorite of his until i started to get into his other stuff and now I can't hardly bare piano man. It's a good song, but way overplayed.

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Vendetta

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Here's a true story about a time I went to see Billy Joel in concert at Madison Square Garden (too many years ago):

I was driving on the Long Island Expressway toward the city, when roadwork had narrowed the four lanes down to one. This one remaining lane was contained within concrete dividers about 4' high. Before long, traffic came to a standstill, and people were getting out of their cars to see what the problem was. Two vehicles ahead of ours, there was a medium size truck that wasn't moving, because in front of him, there was a stalled car that the truck couldn't squeeze past. The car's owner was gone, and there was a note in the window "please tow to such-and-such a place." Yeah, right.

Now you see the dilema, right? Because of the all the cars behind it, and there being only one lane, there was NO WAY to get a tow truck to this stalled car other than for it to drive in reverse all the way back from the downstream nearest exit, and that would take forever.

So we marshalled a bunch of people from the cars that were stuck, and literally heave-ho'd that stalled car over the concrete divider and down into the construction ditch. Straight up tossed it.

On the way home, driving by the scene, we couldn't help but laugh wondering what must have been going trough the recovery crew's minds. The construction guys were all standing around this upside-down car like W-T-F?

Oh, and the Billy Joel concert ruled, too!

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to answer your question, i'm 18 and just wrote a paper on Piano Man for my sophomore lit class, so yes, i'd say i'm of your generation, and a Billy Joel fan.

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Ravage

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Vendetta wrote:

Here's a true story about a time I went to see Billy Joel in concert at Madison Square Garden (too many years ago):

I was driving on the Long Island Expressway toward the city, when roadwork had narrowed the four lanes down to one. This one remaining lane was contained within concrete dividers about 4' high. Before long, traffic came to a standstill, and people were getting out of their cars to see what the problem was. Two vehicles ahead of ours, there was a medium size truck that wasn't moving, because in front of him, there was a stalled car that the truck couldn't squeeze past. The car's owner was gone, and there was a note in the window "please tow to such-and-such a place." Yeah, right.

Now you see the dilema, right? Because of the all the cars behind it, and there being only one lane, there was NO WAY to get a tow truck to this stalled car other than for it to drive in reverse all the way back from the downstream nearest exit, and that would take forever.

So we marshalled a bunch of people from the cars that were stuck, and literally heave-ho'd that stalled car over the concrete divider and down into the construction ditch. Straight up tossed it.

On the way home, driving by the scene, we couldn't help but laugh wondering what must have been going trough the recovery crew's minds. The construction guys were all standing around this upside-down car like W-T-F?

Oh, and the Billy Joel concert ruled, too!

That was an awesome story. :D

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The_Fox

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That actually was a pretty cool story. Maybe the owner of that car actually learned a lesson? Nah.

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