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Allentown - Billy Joel - The Nylon Curtain (CD, Album)

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  1. The Nylon Curtain is the eighth studio album by American singer-songwriter Billy Joel, released on June 28, , and produced by Phil Ramone. The Nylon Curtain peaked at No.  7 on the Billboard albums chart, with two million sales in the U.S. It was one of the first albums to .
  2. Allentown Billy Joel. Album The Nylon Curtain. Allentown Lyrics [Verse 1] ’s The Nylon Curtain included many allusions to the disillusionment of the “American Dream;” none so.
  3. Billy Joel - The Nylon Curtain - Full Album Chloe; 8 videos; , views; Last updated on Jun 26,
  4. May 17,  · "Allentown" is Billy Joel's slight attempt at "Industrial Music." Great stuff. The Nylon Curtain is a tremendous album, easily BJ's best IMHO. Found a burn in my possession of The Essential Billy Joel. Nothing soundwise on the '83 CD of TNC. mikaal, May 1, #
  5. The Nylon Curtain, an Album by Billy Joel. Released in on Columbia (catalog no. CK ; CD). Genres: Piano Rock, Pop Rock.
  6. Billy Joel did not grow up in Allentown - he grew up in Levittown, on Long Island. In an interview with James Lipton on Inside the Actors Studio, he compared Allentown with his hometown while he was growing up, noting the seiwoodteasivanilozardcaldetangcook.xyzinfo stated that the original title was "Levittown," and the original lyrics seemed kind of bland, and he felt that they would possibly be considered boring to.
  7. Billy Joel's album, The Nylon Curtain, is widely considered to be his most ambitious and mature album. By , Billy had turned 33 years old and despite his career success, life had dealt him some setbacks. He was involved in a serious motorcycle accident and his marriage to his first wife Elizabeth was about to end.
  8. Joel released four albums before his first Billboard top 10 hit -- "Just the Way You Are" from "The Stranger."A later album, "The Nylon Curtain," featured the song "Allentown.".
  9. Coming from Joel's album The Nylon Curtain, this song about the demise of a steel mill in Allentown, PA, reached number 17 on Billboard's Top 40 and remained on the charts for 16 weeks.

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