A Matter of Trust

"A Matter of Trust" is a song by Billy Joel, released in 1986 as the second single from his album The Bridge.wikipedia
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The Bridge (Billy Joel album)

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"A Matter of Trust" is a song by Billy Joel, released in 1986 as the second single from his album The Bridge.
The album yielded several successful singles, including "A Matter of Trust" (peaking at No.

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"A Matter of Trust" is a song by Billy Joel, released in 1986 as the second single from his album The Bridge.
Joel's next album, The Bridge (1986), did not achieve the level of success of his previous albums, but it yielded the hits "A Matter of Trust" and "Modern Woman" from the film Ruthless People, a dark comedy from the directors of Airplane! (both #10).

Kontsert

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The song gained major traction in the Soviet Union as part of a state-sponsored television promotion of Joel's songs in preparation for his 1987 USSR concerts, recorded on Kontsert.

Russell Mulcahy

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The song's music video, directed by Russell Mulcahy and produced and conceived by Paul Flattery, features Joel and his band performing in the basement of a building on St. Mark's Place in New York City's East Village, and also features shots of various people in the city who eventually gather round the building's windows to see Joel perform.

Modern Woman

The song was the second top 10 single from the album, after the previous single "Modern Woman".

8th Street and St. Mark's Place

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The song's music video, directed by Russell Mulcahy and produced and conceived by Paul Flattery, features Joel and his band performing in the basement of a building on St. Mark's Place in New York City's East Village, and also features shots of various people in the city who eventually gather round the building's windows to see Joel perform.

Soviet Union

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The song gained major traction in the Soviet Union as part of a state-sponsored television promotion of Joel's songs in preparation for his 1987 USSR concerts, recorded on Kontsert.

East Village, Manhattan

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The song's music video, directed by Russell Mulcahy and produced and conceived by Paul Flattery, features Joel and his band performing in the basement of a building on St. Mark's Place in New York City's East Village, and also features shots of various people in the city who eventually gather round the building's windows to see Joel perform.

Fire escape

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Most appear to be enjoying the concert except one woman on a fire escape who yells at them to "shut up!"

Christie Brinkley

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His then wife Christie Brinkley appears in the video holding their baby daughter Alexa.

Alexa Ray Joel

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His then wife Christie Brinkley appears in the video holding their baby daughter Alexa.

Ringo Starr

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Both Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney appear very briefly in the video; Starr is standing in the street outside a window, and McCartney leaning against a wall.

Paul McCartney

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Both Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney appear very briefly in the video; Starr is standing in the street outside a window, and McCartney leaning against a wall.

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