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  • 52nd Street - Tell Me

    7:16

    1985 , Ten Records
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  • Billy Joel - 52nd Street

    2:35

    In 1978, Billy Joel released his album titled 52nd Street. Listen to Billy Joel perform the title track off the album, '52nd Street'.


    Listen to music off of 52nd Street


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    Lyrics:
    They say it takes a lot to keep a love alive
    In every heart there pumps a different beat
    But if we shift the rhythm into overdrive
    Well, we could generate a lot of heat
    On Fifty Second Street
    Oh oh Fifty Second Street

    We're gonna have a little show parade
    Before they know the second bar was played
    We're gonna slip it to 'em short and sweet on Fifty Second Street

    Billy Joel's official YouTube channel features music videos, live performances, interviews, TV appearances and more. Best known for his first hit song, 'Piano Man', in 1973, Billy has written and recorded thirty- three Top 40 hits in the United States. He is a six-time Grammy Award winner, a 23-time Grammy nominee and one of the world's best-selling artists of all time, having sold over 150 million records worldwide. Billy Joel is the sixth-best-selling recording artist and the third-best-selling solo artist in the United States.

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  • 52nd Street - I Cant Let You Go

    6:42

    52nd Street - I Can't Let You Go, 12'' single produced by Nick Martinelli in 1986. Enjoy!

  • 52nd Street - Children Of The Night

    1:15:18

    *R.I.P Diane Charlemange (1964-2015) & Beverley Mcdonald (1963-2006)*

    Debut album from U.K band 52nd Street. featuring the hit singles Tell Me and I Can't Let You Go . the album saw a brief re-release in the U.S in 2008 with additional bonus tracks added but the release was later to be determined to be unauthorized. the standard version of the album is reportedly scheduled to be officially re released digitally by Geffen/UMG Recordings in the near future.

    01 Tell Me [How It Feels] 00:00
    02 Never Give Up On You 04:00
    03 You're My Last Chance 08:32
    04 Abandon Love 13:22
    05 Children Of The Night 17:09
    06 Look I've Head 23:24
    07 I Can't Let You Go 27:46
    08 Smiling Eyes 32:15
    09 I'm Available 37:37
    10 Let's Celebrate 43:05
    11 Tell Me How It Feels (Extended Mix) 46:31
    12 Can't Afford 53:51
    13 Cool As Ice (Lead Vocals By Beverley Mcdonald )1:00:46
    14 I Can't Let You (Extended Mix) 1:08:35

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  • 52nd Street - Smiling Eyes

    5:25

    Lessor known track off the Children of the Night (1986) album and flip side of the 'Tell Me' 12 Inch from Manchester outfit 52nd Street....sounds sneakily like 'Tell Me': either or, still love it and deserves airplay.

  • 52nd Street - Tell Me

    7:14

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  • 52nd Street Never give up on you

    4:25

    From the Album
    Children of the night 1985

  • 52nd Street - I Cant Let You Go

    4:16

    52nd Street - I Can't Let You Go
    Diane Charlemagne RIP

  • 52nd Street - Twice As Nice

    7:43

    Remix - John 'Jellybean' Benitez
    1983 , A&M Records

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  • Billy Joel - Billy Joel on 52ND STREET - from THE COMPLETE ALBUMS COLLECTION

    2:04

    The Complete Albums Collection is a limited edition box set that features every studio album ever recorded by Billy Joel. In this interview, Billy Joel speaks about his 1978 album 52nd Street and rejecting the music of The Stranger in favor of a jazz-influenced sound.


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    Billy Joel's official YouTube channel features music videos, live performances, interviews, TV appearances and more. Best known for his first hit song, 'Piano Man', in 1973, Billy has written and recorded thirty-three Top 40 hits in the United States. He is a six-time Grammy Award winner, a 23-time Grammy nominee and one of the world's best-selling artists of all time, having sold over 150 million records worldwide. Billy Joel is the sixth-best-selling recording artist and the third-best-selling solo artist in the United States.

  • 52ND STREET - TELL ME

    4:01

    GREAT TRACK FROM 1985!!

  • 52nd Street - Tell Me How It Feels.

    1:56

    OK OK you guys, I know this tune is an old school R&B anthem so chill on the old mail box about Where's the video. Through short sightedness and idiot thinking neither Virgin nor MCA could get their act together to fund an official promo for what has been 52nd Street's biggest ever track. A source from BET (Black Entertainment Television) told me some time ago that this tune was the most requested track on their channel in that period that didn't have a video, so they were powerless and couldn't rotate it. That situation certainly cost the band the US Billboard R&B #1 slot and possible Top 40 Pop placing. Silly! seeing that the band had already had two Billboard hits in 83 and 85. To date 'Tell Me' is one of the most covered/sampled British Soul/R&B tracks ever. Jay Z (Still yet to release his version, I've heard it and it is dope), Melissa Morgan, 3XKrazy (Keep it on the Real), Kaliphz (Wass the Deal) the list goes on. Here's a teaser the full version will follow soon. Enjoy...

  • 52nd Street - What Did I Do Wrong.

    4:49

    The 80s was a period in which the rock press would castigate soul, funk and R&B acts for being lyrically inept. To be fair they were usually correct with that statement. Hip Hop and Rap was generally the only black music genre outside Jazz and Blues that challenged their own grooves with cutting edge messages. One of 52nd Street's strengths was; their ability to lyrically capture the moment.
    They had a way with dealing with melancholy. Charlemagne had a way of making you both laugh and cry within album tracks -like no one else since probably Gil Scott Heron.
    'What Did I Do Wrong' visualises through the eyes of the child the father's struggle as a recurring single working parent.

    Michael Brecker using an early in-development-stage EWI electronic wind-synth nails Diane's brilliantly executed delivery to the wall with the saddest of solos I've ever heard. Grab some tissues you'll need them.

    If you have the chance, check out 52nd Street's 'Children of the Night', 'Look I've Heard it all before' and 'Something's Going On'.

  • 52nd Street - I Cant Let You Go - Extended

    6:45

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  • 52nd STREET - what did I do wrong - 1987

    4:52

    52nd STREET - what did I do wrong - 1987

  • On Lexington & 52nd Street

    3:10

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    On Lexington & 52nd Street (SMASH Cast Version) (feat. Will Chase) · SMASH Cast

    BOMBSHELL

    ℗ 2012 NBC Studios, LLC

    Released on: 2013-02-12

    Piano, Synthesizer, Composer, Lyricist, Orchestrator, Executive Producer, Producer: Marc Shaiman / 馬克夏曼
    Lyricist: Scott Whittman
    Vocal: Will Chase
    Vocal: Leslie Odom Jr.
    Orchestrator: Doug Besterman
    Guitar: Larry Saltzman
    Bass: Randy Landau
    Drums: Rich Mercurio
    Percussion: Roger Squitero
    Alto Saxophone, Saxophone: Aaron Heick
    Trumpet: John Chudoba
    Trumpet: Brian Pareschi
    Trombone: Dale Kirkland
    Tenor Saxophone: Dave Riekenberg
    Baritone Saxophone: Roger Rosenberg
    Concert Master: Antoine Silverman
    Violin: Sean Carney
    Violin: Hiroko Taguchi
    Violin: Emily Yarbrough
    Violin: Victoria Paterson
    Viola: Artie Dibble
    Viola: Debra Shufelt-Dine
    Cello: Anja Wood
    Cello: Amy Ralske
    Flute, Piccolo: Brian Miller
    Flute: Keith Bonner
    Clarinet: John Moses
    Clarinet: Dave Young
    Bass Clarinet: Ron Jannelli
    French Horn: Chad Yarbrough
    Engineer, Producer: Scott M. Riesett
    Engineer, Mixing Engineer: Lawrence Manchester
    Contractor: Michael Keller
    Preparer: JoAnn Kane Music Service
    Engineer: Todd Whitelock
    Engineer: Brian Garten
    Engineer: Roy Hendrickson
    Engineer: Ian Kagey
    Engineer: Brett Snacky Pierce
    Engineer: Joshua Wilbur
    Engineer: Andy Zulla
    Assistant Engineer: Mike Bauer
    Assistant Engineer: Dan Fyfe
    Assistant Engineer: Tyler Hartman
    Assistant Engineer: Gloria Kaba
    Assistant Engineer: Charlie Kramsky
    Assistant Engineer: Bob Mallory
    Assistant Engineer: Tim Marchiafava
    Assistant Engineer: Brett Mayer
    Assistant Engineer: Akihiro Nishimura
    Assistant Engineer: Jeff Ryan
    Assistant Engineer: Fred Sladkey
    Assistant Engineer: Dan Tobiason
    Mastering Engineer: Vlado Meller
    Executive Producer: David Marshall Grant
    Executive Producer: Scott Wittman
    Executive Producer: Craig Zadan
    Executive Producer: Neil Meron
    Executive Producer: Darryl Frank
    Executive Producer: Justin Falvey
    Executive Producer: Jim Chory
    Executive Producer: Theresa Rebeck
    Executive Producer: Joshua Safran
    Executive Producer: Steven Spielberg
    Consultant: Jim Black
    Consultant: Jen Ross
    Consultant: Jojo Villanueva

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  • 52nd Street - Ill Return

    7:51

    Slayd5000 presents... 52nd Street - I'll Return (Extended Version)
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  • 52nd Street - Tell Me

    3:52

    -1986- Nick Martinelli on production.

  • 52nd Street Theme

    3:04

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    52nd Street Theme (Remastered 2002) · Dizzy Gillespie & his Orchestra · Dizzy Gillespie

    Bebop Professor (Bluebird's Best Series)

    ℗ Recorded Prior to 1972. All Rights Reserved by BMG Music

    Reissue Producer: Ben Young
    Composer: Thelonious Monk
    Re-mastering Engineer: Andreas Meyer
    Tenor Saxophone: Don Byas
    Vibraphone: Milt Jackson
    Piano: Al Haig
    Guitar: Bill DeArango
    Bass: Ray Brown
    Drums: J.C. Heard

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  • 52nd Street - I Will Wait

    3:56

    52nd Street - I Will Wait (Radio Edit)

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  • 52nd Street Theme

    3:08

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    52nd Street Theme · Thelonious Monk

    Round Midnight

    ℗ 2010 Entertain Me Ltd.

    Released on: 2011-01-17

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  • 52nd Street Theme

    14:19

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    52nd Street Theme (Live At The Village Gate, 1961) · The Stan Getz Quartet

    Getz At The Gate

    ℗ A Verve Records release; ℗ 2019 UMG Recordings Inc.

    Released on: 2019-05-03

    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Stan Getz
    Associated Performer, Piano: Steve Kuhn
    Associated Performer, Upright Bass: John Neves
    Associated Performer, Drums: Roy Haynes
    Producer: Ken Druker
    Producer: Zev Feldman
    Producer: Richard Seidel
    Composer Lyricist: Thelonious Monk

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  • 52nd Street - ill Return Extended Mix

    7:36

    Manchester outfit 52nd Street with 1987 tune - i'll Return [Extended Mix]

  • 52nd Street - What Did I Do Wrong?

    4:58

    52nd Street - What Did I Do Wrong?

  • 52nd Street Theme

    4:32

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    52nd Street Theme · Sonny Rollins

    The Complete RCA Victor Recordings

    ℗ Originally Recorded 1964. All rights reserved by BMG Music

    Released on: 1990-01-01

    Producer: George Avakian
    Reissue Producer: Orrin Keepnews
    Drums: Roy McCurdy
    Bass: Bob Cranshaw
    Re-mastering Engineer: Paul Brizzi
    Re-mastering Engineer: Dennis Ferrante
    Composer: Thelonious Monk
    Cornet: Thad Jones

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  • 52nd STREET - Ill return - 1987

    5:30

    52nd STREET - I'll return - 1987

  • 52nd Street - Cant Afford To Let You Go

    3:46

    52nd STREET Can't Afford To Let You Go

    52nd Street were a British jazz-funk and R&B band formed in Manchester in late 1980, around the period in which both punk/new wave and jazz-funk rocked the club scene. Throughout the 1980s the group enjoyed success not only in the UK but also on the Billboard chart in the United States. Their biggest and best-known hit single was Tell Me (How It Feels), released in 1985 by the 10 Records subsidiary of Virgin Records in the UK and then months later on in 1986 on MCA Records in the US.

    The original line-up consisted of Tony Henry (guitar), Derrick Johnson (bass), Desmond Isaacs (keyboards), Tony Thompson (drums) and Jennifer McCloud (vocals). Within six months vocalist Rose Williams and saxophonist Eric Godden both came and departed before the line-up settled with John Dennison (keyboards) replacing Desmond Isaacs and Beverley McDonald (lead vocals) replacing Jennifer McCloud.


  • 52nd Street Theme

    5:42

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    52nd Street Theme · Hank Mobley

    Messages

    ℗ 1989 Fantasy, Inc.

    Released on: 1989-01-01

    Composer Lyricist: Thelonious Monk

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  • 52nd Street - Seven

    5:05

    Mid-80's Funk/Soul/R&B song.

    All Rights Reserved, 10 Records -- 208 508-630, Virgin -- 208 508-630

  • Donald Byrd - 52nd Street Theme - 1958

    6:44

    Donald Byrd - 52nd Street Theme. Recorded October 22, 1958, Olympia hall, Paris. Original LP issue: Brunswick 87 904.

  • The Lords of 52nd Street - New York State of Mind

    8:18

    City Winery Boston - 11/25/19

  • Tenor Sax Comparison - Eastman 52nd Street

    43

    A comparison of multiple tenor saxes. Mouthpiece and reed are an RPC .120B with a LaVoz medium.

  • 52nd Street Theme

    2:52

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    52nd Street Theme · Fats Navarro · Bud Powell's Modernists

    Fats Navarro Memorial Album

    ℗ 1994 Blue Note Records

    Released on: 1951-01-01

    Producer: Alfred Lion
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Doug Hawkins
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer, Engineer: Malcolm Addey
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Ron McMaster
    Associated Performer, Piano: Bud Powell
    Associated Performer, Trumpet: Fats Navarro
    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Sonny Rollins
    Associated Performer, Bass: Tommy Potter
    Associated Performer, Drums: Frank Strozier
    Composer: Thelonious Monk

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  • 52nd Street

    2:48

    Courtesy of PBS, this is a story of the history of New York's legendary 52nd Street and what we want other's to experience from our own version at this year's 45th Anniversary of the Eau Claire Jazz Festival.

  • Billy Joel - 52nd Street

    2:20

    Great song... He sounds so different in this video!! The main song off my favorite album!! YAY!!

    I don't own this song or album.

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  • Eastman 52nd Street Alto Saxophone

    1:40

    Modeled after some of the great horns of the past, the Eastman 52nd Street Alto Saxophone features a larger bell, rolled tone holes and a non-lacquered finish.

    All of these classic components combined offer a very free-blowing feel and warm tone which adds to the Eastman 52nd Street Alto Saxophone’s vintage sound and appearance.

    Features:

    • Modeled after great horns of the past
    • Larger bell
    • Rolled tone holes
    • Non-lacquered finish
    • Very free-blowing feel
    • Warm tone
    • Vintage sound and appearance

  • 52nd Street Theme

    5:23

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    52nd Street Theme (Live At The Royal Roost, 1948) · Charlie Parker

    The Complete Live Performances On Savoy

    ℗ 1998 Savoy Records, a division of Concord Music Group, Inc.

    Released on: 1998-09-06

    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Curley Russell
    Associated Performer, Piano: Tadd Dameron
    Associated Performer, Trumpet: Miles Davis
    Composer Lyricist: Thelonious Monk

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  • 52nd Street Ill Return

    4:00

    Ex-Factory Records band who were already a major US hit act before moving from A&M to MCA Records enjoying even larger success. This was another Billboard Hit....

  • 52nd Street Theme

    2:18

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    52nd Street Theme (Take 1 / Live At The Onyx Club, New York, NY / 6 July 1948) · Charlie Parker

    Bird On 52nd Street

    ℗ 1958 Debut Records/Fantasy, Inc.

    Released on: 1994-01-01

    Composer Lyricist: Thelonious Monk

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  • 52nd Street - Lets Celebrate

    3:18

  • 52nd Street Theme - Backing Track / Play-along

    4:23

    Learn how to play jazz and improvise by jamming along with this track.

    Key: C
    Tempo: 240 bpm

    Play along with many more jazz standards:

  • 52nd Street - Im Available

    5:28

    I'm Available (1985)

  • Hank Mobley - 52nd Street Theme

    5:43

    Hank Mobley - tenor sax, Donald Byrd - trumpet, Jackie McLean - alto sax, Barry Harris - piano, Doug Watkins - bass. Art Taylor - drums.
    Recorded 1956.
    DISCLAIMER: All music, lyrics, videos and photos, remain copyright of their respective owners. No infringement intended. Used for the Artist's promotional purposes only.
    If you like this recording, I strongly recommend you buying the record.

  • 52nd Street Theme

    4:33

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    52nd Street Theme · Joe Lovano

    52nd Street Themes

    ℗ 2000 Blue Note Records

    Released on: 2000-01-01

    Associated Performer, Alto Saxophone: Steve Slagle
    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: George Garzone
    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Ralph Lalama
    Associated Performer, Baritone Saxophone: Gary Smulyan
    Associated Performer, Trumpet: Tim Hagans
    Associated Performer, Trombone: Conrad Herwig
    Associated Performer, Bass: Dennis Irwin
    Associated Performer, Drums: Lewis Nash
    Unknown, Other: Willie (Face) Smith
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: James Farber
    Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: Aya Takemura
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Greg Calbi
    Associated Performer, Piano: John Hicks
    Composer: Thelonious Monk

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  • 52nd Street - I Cant Let You Go

    3:28

    UK hit in 1986 this wasn't released in the US who went instead for album title track; 'Children of the Night'.

  • 52nd Street - Look Into My Eyes

    6:01

    52nd Street - Look Into My Eyes

  • 52nd Street Theme

    2:50

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    52nd Street Theme (Rudy Van Gelder Edition/1998 Digital Remaster) · Bud Powell

    The Amazing Bud Powell: Vol. 1

    ℗ 1998 Blue Note Records

    Released on: 2001-01-01

    Associated Performer, Piano: Bud Powell
    Producer: Alfred Lion
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Doug Hawkins
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
    Associated Performer, Trumpet: Fats Navarro
    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Sonny Rollins
    Associated Performer, Bass (vocal): Tommy Potter
    Associated Performer, Drums: Roy Haynes
    Composer: Thelonious Monk

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  • Bud Powell - 52nd Street Theme

    2:51

    The Amazing Bud Powell (1951)

    Personnel:

    Bud Powell (Piano)
    Curley Russell (Double Bass)
    Max Roach (Drums)
    Tommy Potter (Double Bass)
    Roy Haynes (Drums)
    Fats Navarro (Trumpet)
    Sonny Rollins (Tenor Saxophone)
    --
    Alfred Lion (Original Session Producer)
    Doug Hawkins (Recording Engineer)
    Michael Cuscuna (Producer)
    Rudy Van Gelder (Mastering, Disc Transfers and Digital Audio)

  • Culture Beat - No Deeper Meaning

    6:56

    ..for those that know

  • Dj INdo - 52nd Street Tell Me Slowed

    6:39

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