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The Stranger was released a year following Joel's previous studio effort, Turnstileswhich had sold modestly and peaked low on the US charts, prompting Columbia to consider dropping Joel if his next release did not sell well. Seeking out a new producer, he first turned to veteran Beatles producer George Martin before coming across and settling on Ramone, whose name he had seen on albums by other artists such as Paul Simon.
Recording took place across the span of three weeks, with DeVitto, Stegmeyer and Cannata being featured in addition to other studio musicians filling in as guitarists on various songs. Spending six weeks at No. Other songs, such as " Scenes from an Italian Restaurant " and " Vienna ", have become staples of his career and are frequently performed in his live shows.
It remains his best-selling non-compilation album to date, and surpassed Bridge Over Troubled Water to become Columbia's best-selling album release, with more than 10 million units sold worldwide.
Despite the unexpected success of Joel's 2nd album, Piano Manhis album efforts had nonetheless failed to reach any impressive sales numbers, with the release TurnstilesJoel's latest release, peaking at only on the Billboard charts, meaning that Joel was under the threat of being dropped if his next release didn't do well.
ByJoel had formed a reliable touring band consisting of Doug Stegmeyer on bass, Liberty DeVitto on drums and Richie Cannata on saxophone, flute, clarinet and organ. Joel grew to heavily appreciate this group of musicians, finding that they had a high-energy, rough-around-the-edges feel that Joel hoped to capture in his studio albums. During the production of TurnstilesJoel had tried working with veteran producer Jim Guerciowho tried to have him work with members of Elton John 's band, but was dissatisfied with the results, instead opting to self-produce the album using the same band that he had formed while touring.
With a handful of new written material,  Joel wanted to use his touring band in the studio for his next album as he had done on Turnstilesso he sought out a new producer who would be able to cultivate the style that he was looking for. Joel initially looked to famed Beatles producer George Martin ; as a long-time fan of The Beatles, he wanted him to produce his new record. Martin showed interest after the two had met, but did not want to use Joel's band, wishing instead to bring in session players.
Joel, who had mostly worked with session players for his first three albums with only scattered contributions from his own backup musicians and strongly disliked the polished sound that they gave off as a result, was adamant in making use of his newly-formed band, and ultimately declined.
According to Joel, he and Ramone met with each other at Fontana di Trevian Italian restaurant located near Carnegie Hall where Joel had been playing at the time. The restaurant would eventually go on to inspire the setting of " Scenes from an Italian Restaurant ", a song on The Stranger.
According to Joel, Ramone expressed an appreciation Album) Joel's band and their energy, and understood the reasoning behind Joel's attitude towards recording, which ultimately led him to choose Ramone as the producer for his next album.
The recording sessions for The Strangerdescribed by Joel as "a blast" to be a part of,  took place across the short span of three weeks in between July and August The songs were all recorded with Joel alongside his band which he had formed while touring, in addition to various other musicians who were brought into the studio for specific songs. The opening song, " Movin' Out Anthony's Song ," centers around Anthony, a grocery-store employee from Long Island who "dreams of making it big," receiving pressure from his family to move out and go his own way.
Not wanting to waste all of the words he had come up with, Joel rewrote the song, coming up with a new melody that fit with the lyrics.
Ramone told Joel that the whistling he did was perfect, and thus it was kept in the final recording. After hearing the beat, he thought that the rhythm would be nice to fool around with, and wrote the song shortly afterwards. He stated on a SiriusXM broadcast in Go Crazy - Young Dre-D* - The Unexpected (CD the melody came to him in a dream while he was working on The Stranger.
He forgot about the melody shortly afterwards, but it came back to him while he was in a business meeting. Ramone disagreed, and brought Linda Ronstadt and Phoebe Snow into the studio to prove that it was worth including. Upon hearing the song, the two artists both praised it, thus convincing him to feature the song. The song " Vienna ", which opens up the album's b-side, got inspiration from Joel's trip to ViennaAustriawhere he went a few years after starting his career in musicianship to visit his father.
While there, he found that Austrians had a vastly different outlook on life than the one he was familiar with in America. As he recalls, Joel had this realization after taking notice of an old woman sweeping out on the city streets, telling his father that he pitied the woman for having to do such a menial and unimportant task; Joel's father responded by lamenting that the woman was giving herself a sense of worth by doing a service that helped everyone rather than "sitting at home wasting away.
According to Joel, he saw Davis looking at him while he was playing in his high school band, The Echoes, which was the event that had him "completely hooked" to the prospect of being a musician.
The mood of the song was shifted at the insistence of drummer Liberty DeVitto, Go Crazy - Young Dre-D* - The Unexpected (CD, who reportedly said to Joel "Why are you singing like that? The song closes the album out with a reprise of the whistled theme from "The Stranger. The Stranger spent 17 weeks in varying positions within Billboard chart's top 10 albums, first entering the bottom position on January 21, around four months after its initial release.
A month later, on February 18, the album reached its peak position at number 2 on the chart — only kept from the top spot by the soundtrack to Saturday Night Fever — and remained there for six more weeks. The second single from the album, "Just The Way You Are," peaked at number 3 on the Billboard Hot chart,  having received a boost in popularity following Joel's performance of the song on an episode of Saturday Night Live.
While "Movin' Out Anthony's Song " was the first single released for the album, radio stations put little attention towards it, instead expressing interest in "Just the Way You Are"; thus, the latter song was released just six weeks following the debut of "Movin' Out", after which it achieved far larger success.
The single for "Movin' Out" was later rereleased, after which it achieved higher success and ultimately became a hit. The controversy helped raise the song's popularity, particularly among rebellious youth according to Joel, and the single thus fared much better as a result, ultimately peaking at number 24 in the US singles chart. The Stranger was well-received by critics, particularly in retrospect, with many considering it to display some of Joel's best written material.
The Rolling Stone considered The Stranger to be an improvement from Joel's previous studio efforts, praising Ramone's production and the variety of different song types. As his breakthrough album, The Stranger kicked off a long string of successful albums, which he would release until 's River of Dreams. Gail Pierson Coordinator. Jeff Lancaster Design. Ralph Sutton Engineer. Jack Andrews Engineer.
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