- Vocals / harmonica / keyboards / Moog Synthesizer: Billy Joel
- Guitar: Richard Bennett
- Conga: Joe Clayton
- Guitar: Gary Dalton
- Guitar: Mike Deasey
- Guitar: Don Evans
- Bass / Keyboard: Wilton Felder
- Bass: Emory Gordy Jr.
- Guitar: Al Hertzberg
- Bass: Larry Knechtel
- Guitar: Art Munson
- Guitar: Raj Rathor
- Organ: William Smith
- Guitar: Michael Stewart
- Drums: Ron Tutt
- Banjo / pedal steel guitar: Tom Whitehorse
Streetlife Serenade is the third studio album by American musician Billy Joel and also the second collaboration between the artist and the label, Columbia Records.
After the huge success of its predecessor Piano Man " Streetlife Serenade " was released on 11 October 1974. However, the album could not repeat the success of its predecessor and also received poorer reviews, which ushered in the beginning of a tense relationship between Joel and the critics and the music industry. The criticism of Joel on entire business is clearly in the play The Entertainer in which makes the musician about the callousness of those responsible in relation to the work and the feelings of the artist funny. Joel pulls in this song also directly related to the release of his single Piano Man, by those responsible on the grounds that it was too long, was cut before the release:
After its release as a single The Entertainer reached the 34th place in the U.S. singles chart.
Both the music and the lyrics of all the tracks were written by Billy Joel.
Studio albums: Cold Spring Harbor ( 1971) | Piano Man (1973 ) | Streetlife Serenade (1974 ) | Turnstiles (1976 ) | The Stranger (1977 ) | 52nd Street (1978 ) | Glass Houses (1980 ) | The Nylon Curtain ( 1982) | An Innocent Man (1983 ) | The Bridge (1986 ) | Storm Front (1989 ) | River of Dreams (1993 ) | Fantasies & Delusions (2001 ) | Movin ' Out ( 2002) | The Stranger - 30th Anniversary Edition (2008)
Live albums: Songs in the Attic (1981 ) | Концерт (1987 ) | 2000 Years - The Millennium Concert (2000) | 12 Gardens Live (2006)
- Billy Joel album
- Album ( rock )
- Album 1974