Billy Joel’s latest album focuses on his chart-topping love songs just in time for Valentine’s Day.
With She’s Got A Way: Love Songs, Joel looks back at 18 of his essential romantic odes from 1977’s “Just The Way You Are” to “This Is The Time” from 1986’s The Bridge to a live version of “She’s Got A Way” off of his 1981 album Songs In The Attic.
The album also features b-sides like 1984’s “This Night” and “You’re My Home,” from the same year. Along with a few lesser-known tracks like “Shameless,” which was a number one hit for country singer Garth Brooks and a remix of “All About Soul” from his 1993 album, River of Dreams.
Check out the full tracklist for She’s Got A Way: Love Songs, out now, below.
She’s Got A Way: Love Songs
Travelin’ Prayer (single from Piano Man – 1973)
The Night Is Still Young (single from Greatest Hits – Volume I and II – 1985)
This Is The Time (single from The Bridge – 1986)
She’s Got A Way (Live) (single from Songs in the Attic – 1981)
Temptation (track from The Bridge – 1986)
Nocturne (track from Cold Spring Harbor – 1971)
Until The Night (from 52nd Street – 1978)
She’s Right On Time (from The Nylon Curtain – 1982)
You’re My Home (b-side of single from Piano Man – 1973)
Just The Way You Are (single from The Stranger – 1977)
She’s Always A Woman (single from The Stranger – 1977)
State Of Grace (from Storm Front – 1989)
Honesty (single from 52nd Street – 1978)
This Night (b-side of single from An Innocent Man – 1984)
Shameless (from Storm Front – 1989)
An Innocent Man (single from An Innocent Man – 1983)
All About Soul (Remix) (single from River of Dreams – 1993)
And So It Goes (single from Storm Front – 1989)
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