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2000 Years: The Millennium Concert (Live)


Download links and information about 2000 Years: The Millennium Concert (Live) by Billy Joel. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 25 tracks with total duration of 02:08:39 minutes.

Artist: Billy Joel
Release date: 2000
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 25
Duration: 02:08:39
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No. Title Length
1. Beethoven's Ninth Symphony (Live) 1:43
2. Big Shot (Live) 4:55
3. Movin' Out (Anthony's Song) [Live] 5:23
4. Summer, Highland Falls (Live) 5:29
5. The Ballad of Billy the Kid (Live) 6:52
6. Don't Ask Me Why (Live) 4:49
7. New York State of Mind (Live) 8:29
8. I've Loved These Days (Live) 4:30
9. My Life (Live) 5:47
10. Allentown (Live) 4:48
11. Prelude / Angry Young Man (Live) 5:23
12. Only the Good Die Young (Live) 3:49
13. I Go to Extremes (Live) 5:01
14. Goodnight Saigon (Live) 7:28
15. We Didn't Start the Fire (Live) 5:21
16. Big Man On Mulberry Street (Live) 5:29
17. 2000 Years (Live) 6:02
18. Auld Lang Syne (Live) 1:44
19. The River of Dreams (Live) 5:54
20. Scenes from an Italian Restaurant (Live) 8:05
21. Dance to the Music (Live) 3:17
22. Honky Tonk Women (Live) 3:17
23. It's Still Rock and Roll to Me (Live) 4:08
24. You May Be Right (Live) 6:07
25. This Night (Live) 4:49



Billy Joel "retired" from pop music with 1993's River of Dreams, but he continues to perform live when the circumstances are right. Here, he's in a festive/cranky mood for a New Year's Eve celebration at Madison Square Garden in New York City to ring in the year 2000. While the event has clearly lost its momentum years out, this set serves as a souvenir and decent summary of his career for fans who already have the hits and would like to hear them breathe in new ways. Joel is enough of an entertainer to make the experience an engaging one, and among his memorable onstage chatter he acknowledges the bravery it took to attend a high-profile event in NYC despite that year's New Year's Eve terrorism fears. The inclusion of tunes like "Summer Highland Falls," "The Ballad of Billy the Kid," and "Big Man on Mulberry Street" show off Joel's catalog. Once he's past "Auld Lang Syne," he kicks it up a notch with Sly Stone's "Dance to the Music," The Rolling Stones' "Honky Tonk Women," and his own rockers from Glass Houses