Billy Joel Piano Man Vinyl LP Columbia 32544 1st Edition Captain Jack VG/NM 1973

Category Music Vinyl Records

Current price $18.99

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Location Roslindale, Massachusetts 021** US

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Artist Billy Joel

Speed 33 RPM

Record Label Columbia

Release Title Piano Man

Case Type Cardboard Sleeve

Fidelity Level High-Fidelity

Material Vinyl

Inlay Condition Very Good Plus (VG+)

Catalog Number PC 32544

Edition First Edition, Early Pressing

Type LP

Format Record

Record Grading Very Good (VG)

Language English

Release Year 1973

Sleeve Grading Near Mint (NM or M-)

Era 1970s

Instrument Piano

Record Size 12"

Style 1970s, Classic Rock, Pop Rock, Singer-Songwriter

Features Original Cover

Genre Rock

Country/Region Of Manufacture United States

Number Of Audio Channels Stereo

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VINYL LP - COLUMBIA PC 32544 (1973)
Piano Man, Captain Jack, and Worst Comes to Worst
CONDITION: VERY GOOD VINYL AND NEAR MINT COVER. Vinyl was play-tested on both sides and plays very well with good fidelity. Cover is excellent, no splits or wear, spine still visible. Includes original inner sleeve.
PIANO MAN is the second studio album by Billy Joel, released in November 1973, by Columbia Records. It 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. The album itself peaked at No. 27 on Billboard.
A1 Travelin' Prayer 4:10
A2 Piano Man 5:37
A3 Ain't No Crime 3:20
A4 You're My Home 3:14
A5 The Ballad Of Billy The Kid 5:35
B1 Worse Comes To Worst 3:28
B2 Stop In Nevada 3:40
B3 If I Only Had The Words (To Tell You) 3:35
B4 Somewhere Along The Line 3:17
B5 Captain Jack 6:55
Billy Joel – vocals, acoustic and electric pianos, organ, harmonica
Michael Omartian – accordion, arrangements
Richard Bennett – guitars
Larry Carlton – guitars
Dean Parks – guitars
Eric Weissberg – banjo, pedal steel guitar
Fred Heilbrun – banjo
Wilton Felder – bass guitar
Emory Gordy Jr. – bass guitar
Ron Tutt – drums (tracks 1–9)
Rhys Clark – drums (track 10)

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I USE THE GOLDMINE GRADING SYSTEM, AND PLAY-TEST ALL RECORDS. I note any differences between vinyl and cover, and make note of any inserts, special sleeves, or potential defects.
MINT (M) - Absolutely perfect in every way. Most often this is a still sealed record, records that have been opened are rarely if ever marked as Mint.
NEAR MINT (NM) - A good description is that it looks like it just came from a retail store and it was opened for the first time. In other words, it?s nearly perfect, with no visible defects.
VERY GOOD PLUS (VG+) - Except for a couple minor things, this could be Near Mint. Most collectors will be happy with a VG+ record, especially if on the high end (VG++). VG+ records may show slight signs of wear, including light scuffs or very light scratches that do not affect the listening experience. Covers should have only minor wear.
VERY GOOD (VG) - VG records are among the biggest bargains, and for many, will be worth the money. They can lack the original gloss, may have surface noise, and some scratches may be audible, especially in soft passages. But the noise will not overpower the music. VG covers will have signs of handling, and may have minor splits.
GOOD PLUS (G+) - Good+ does not mean bad! The record still plays through without skipping, but it has significant surface noise and groove wear. Cover may have significant ring wear, noticeable writing, or obvious damage.
GOOD (G) - Record may have some skipping, but is otherwise listenable. I generally avoid selling Good (G) rated records unless they are highly collectible or desirable, in order to enjoy until something better comes along. Cover has major wear or seam splits that need repair, or heavy writing like radio station call letters to prevent theft.
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