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Streetlife Serenade

Streetlife Serenade is an album by Billy Joel. It was released in 1974 by Columbia Records and Family Productions. The song The Entertainer reached #34 on the US Singles Chart.


TracklistingEdit

All songs written by Billy Joel
  1. Streetlife Serenader [5:17]
  2. Los Angelenos [3:41]
  3. The Great Suburban Showdown [3:44]
  4. Root Beer Rag [2:59]
  5. Roberta [4:32]
  6. The Entertainer [3:48]
  7. Last Of The Big Time Spenders [4:34]
  8. Weekend Song [3:29]
  9. Souvenir [2:00]
  10. The Mexican Connection [3:39]

PersonnelEdit

  • Billy Joel - Harmonica, Keyboards, Lead Vocals, Synthesizers
  • Richard Bennett - Guitars
  • Joe Clayton - Conga
  • Gary Dalton - Guitars
  • Mike Deasey - Guitars
  • Don Evans - Guitars
  • Wilton Felder - Bass, Keyboards
  • Emory Gordy, Jr. - Bass
  • Al Hertzberg - Guitars
  • Larry Knetchel - Bass
  • Art Munson - Guitars
  • Raj Rathor - Guitars
  • William Smith - Organ
  • Michael Stewart - Guitars
  • Ronnie Tutt - Drums
  • Tom Whitehorse - Banjo, Pedal Steel Guitar

CreditsEdit

  • Produced by Michael Stewart
  • Conducted by Joe Clayton
  • Engineered by Ron Malo
  • Arranged by Michael Stewart and Billy Joel
  • Art Direction and Design by Ron Coro
  • Photography by Peter Cunningham and Jim Marshall
  • Tape Research by John Naatjes
  • Digital Remastering by Joseph M. Palmaccio


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