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In 1987, Billy Joel released a live album of his famous performances in Russia as a part of The Bridge tour titled Kohuept (Concert).
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2006 Отправился в мировое турне в поддержку бокс-сета My Lives.
2007 Был выпущен юбилейный бокс-сет, посвящённый 30-летию выпуска альбома Stranger.
Depósito Legal M-31844-1987 Taken from the CBS Lp "KOHUEPT" CBS 460407 1.
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Kontsert (/kɒntˈsɛərt/) (Russian: Концерт,, commonly read as Kohuept or Kohliept, English: Concert) is the second live album by Billy Joel, released in 1987. The album was recorded during the Soviet leg of Joel's 1987 The Bridge tour. This album was co-produced by Jim Boyer and Brian Ruggles, and mixed by Jim Boyer. During the Cold War, rock music was not allowed in the . because it was not seen as part of Soviet culture.
Billy summarized his feelings soon after completing the Bridge Tour and returning to his home in the States, 'You're not quite the same once you've been there. Pulling material from the Billy Joel Archives, you will get a sense of the triumphs and difficulties encountered in mounting the tour; what was learned about the Soviet people and how our American preconceptions were dismantled; and the sheer exuberance of the Soviet concertgoers as they were energized by Billy's music with six shows in two Russian cities.
Japan LD Billy Joel Live from Leningrad USSR 1987 RARE.
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Free Vintage Billy Joel Dvd 3 Concerts W/Custom Guitar. Billy Joel From Russia Leningrad Ussr Hbo Poster 1987.
On this day in 1980, Billy performed "Captain Jack" at The Spectrum in Philadelphia. The song would later appear on his first live release 'Songs In The Attic.
|Lenin Sports And Concert Complex, Leningrad, U.S.S.R. August 2, 1987|
|1-1||Angry Young Man|
|1-3||The Ballad Of Billy The Kid|
|1-4||She’s Always A Woman|
|1-5||Scenes From An Italian Restaurant|
|1-9||Big Man On Mulberry Street|
|1-11||The Longest Time|
|1-12||A Matter Of Trust|
|1-13||Only The Good Die Young|
|1-14||It’s Only Rock And Roll To Me|
|1-15||Sometimes A Fantasy|
|1-16||You May Be Right|
|1-19||Back In The U.S.S.R.|
|TV Studio Live in U.S.S.R. 1987|
|1-20||The Times They Are A Changin'|
|Olympic Stadium, Moscow, U.S.S.R. July 27, 1987|
|2-1||Angry Young Man|
|2-3||The Ballad Of Billy The Kid|
|2-4||She’s Always A Woman|
|2-5||Scenes From An Italian Restaurant|
|2-9||Big Man On Mulberry Street|
|2-11||The Longest Time|
- Performer, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Russell Javors
- Performer, Backing Vocals – George Simms, Peter Hewlett
- Performer, Bass – Doug Stegmeyer
- Performer, Drums – Liberty DeVitto
- Performer, Electric Guitar – Kevin Dukes
- Performer, Guitar – Billy Joel (tracks: 1-12, 1-20)
- Performer, Keyboards – David Lebolt
- Performer, Saxophone – Mark Rivera
- Performer, Vocals, Keyboards – Billy Joel
Disc 1 & 2: recorded live at Lenin Sports And Concert Complex, Leningrad, U.S.S.R. August 2, 1987.
Disc 3: recorded live at Olympic Stadium, Moscow, U.S.S.R. July 27, 1987.