What Makes Billy Joel Think

There was an interesting article in the NYTimes on Sunday about Billy Joel.  When asked which of his songs make him think, he immediately cites two: “Vienna” (1978), a celebration of a life’s worth at every age, and “Summer, Highland Falls” (1976), a meditation on emotional extremes.

It’s a good article of his life and how he’s come to terms with his success. He seems to be much more chill now. Although i wonder what his thoughts are about Christie Brinkley’s latest divorce debacle.

  • MP3 of Summer, Highland Falls is HERE
  • MP3 of Vienna is HERE

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