Turnstiles was the fourth offering from Billy Joel, released in 1976 (1976 in music). In part, the album was made to celebrate Joel's return to New York City after his sojourn in California. Three of the album's tracks are about New York: "Summer, Highland Falls", "New York State of Mind" and "Miami 2017 (Seen the Lights Go Out on Broadway)". In addition, Joel begins the album with "Say Goodbye to Hollywood" (inspired by Phil Spector), and also includes "I've Loved These Days", a tongue-in-cheek expression of regret at leaving behind California's superficial elegance.


  1. Say Goodbye to Hollywood
  2. Summer, Highland Falls
  3. All You Wanna Do Is Dance
  4. New York State of Mind
  5. James
  6. Prelude/Angry Young Man
  7. I've Loved These Days
  8. Miami 2017 (Seen the Lights Go Out on Broadway)

See also: Turnstile