Billy Joel's "She’s Got A Way: Love Songs" CD Giveaway [ENDED]



To celebrate the release of of Billy Joel’s “She’s Got A Way: Love Songs”, Media Mikes would like to giveaway TWO copies of the CD. If you would like to enter for your chance to win one of these great prizes, please leave us a comment below or send us an email indicating your favorite Billy Joel song. This giveaway will remain open until February 24th at Noon, Eastern Time. This is open to residents of the United States only. One entry per person, per household. All other entries will be considered invalid. Media Mikes will randomly select winners. Winners will be alerted via email.

She’s Got A Way: Love Songs, a new collection of 18 essential love songs drawn from three decades of recordings by music legend and composer/singer songwriter, Billy Joel.
This is a perfect distillation of the artist’s expressions of love and romance over the course of his life and career. The album brings together some of Billy’s finest and most heartfelt performances, iconic hits playing alongside under-appreciated deep catalog selections.

She’s Got A Way: Love Songs are the love songs, ballads and sentimental favorites comprising a dream Billy Joel playlist for old and new romantics alike, bringing new context to classics like “Just the Way You Are,” “Honesty” and “She’s Always a Woman” while rediscovering forgotten masterpieces like “Travelin’ Prayer” (the b-side of the “Piano Man” single), Billy’s version of “Shameless” (a #1 country smash for Garth Brooks), and the haunting instrumental “Nocturne” (from 1971’s Cold Spring Harbor).

She’s Got A Way: Love Songs – track listing
Travelin’ Prayer (single from Piano Man – 1973 – #77 pop single)
The Night Is Still Young (single from Greatest Hits – Volume I and II – 1985 – #34 Hot 100)
This Is The Time (single from The Bridge – 1986 – #18 Hot 100, #1 AC)
She’s Got A Way (Live) (single from Songs in the Attic – 1981 – #23 Hot 100, #4 AC)
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 – #3 Hot 100 – Grammy Record of the Year and Song of the Year)
She’s Always A Woman (single from The Stranger – 1977 – #17 Hot 100, #2 AC)
State Of Grace (from Storm Front – 1989)
Honesty (single from 52nd Street – 1978 – #24 Hot 100)
This Night (b-side of single from An Innocent Man – 1984)
Shameless (from Storm Front – 1989 – #1 country song for Garth Brooks)
An Innocent Man (single from An Innocent Man – 1983 – #10 Hot 100, #1 AC)
All About Soul (Remix) (single from River of Dreams – 1993 – #29 Hot 100)
And So It Goes (single from Storm Front – 1989 – #37 Hot 100)

53 Replies to “Billy Joel's "She’s Got A Way: Love Songs" CD Giveaway [ENDED]”

  1. “Shameless” is by far my favorite Billy Joel song. There’s a lot of other good stuff on there, too.

  2. “The River of Dreams” is a favorite, but Billy Joel has many great tunes. Thanks for the chance.

  3. “Scenes from an Italian Restaurant” – A mahvelous (as another famous Billy might say) amalgamation of ballad, jazz, and old fashioned rock & roll!

  4. Billy Joel is a poet . His songs express ideas and pictures of places and scenes and emotion and thoughts better than any other songwriter and he sings with such soul.

  5. I love Billy Joel’s music, he has some great songs:) My favorite is the Piano Man, love it!!

  6. I really do like to listen to Billy Joel’s music. I even have his songs on cassette tapes that I still listen to on my cassette tape player. The best song that I like from him are really two of them, as they are
    ( The Night is Still Young ) & ( An Innocent Man ). I was looking & listening too the video you have up for us to see & I really did like that video that Billy Joel made.

  7. just one … bummer
    he’s sang SO many great songs … it’s a shame to choose any one over the others.

  8. Miami 2017 (Seen the Lights Go Out On Broadway) . This song hits close to home after Hurricane Sandy.

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