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Elton John

Elton John was the biggest pop star of the '70s, grabbing headlines and generating hits throughout the world. As it turned out, this was merely the first act in a remarkable career that kept him at the top of the charts for over 25 years. He charted a Top 40 hit single every year between 1970 and 1996, a sign that he knew how to both change with the times and mold the times to fit him. Initially marketed as a singer/songwriter, John soon revealed he could craft Beatlesque pop and pound out rockers with equal aplomb. He could dip into soul, disco, and country, as well as classic pop balladry and even progressive rock. His versatility, combined with his effortless melodic skills, dynamic charisma, and flamboyant stage shows, became his calling cards and many of his songs -- including "Your Song," "Rocket Man," "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road," and "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me" -- became contemporary pop standards.

The son of a former Royal Air Force trumpeter, John was born Reginald Kenneth Dwight in 1947. Dwight began playing piano at the age of four, and when he was 11, he won a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music. After studying for six years, he left school with the intention of breaking into the music business. In 1961, he joined his first band, Bluesology, and divided his time between playing with the group, giving solo concerts at a local hotel, and running errands for a London publishing house. By 1965, Bluesology was backing touring American soul and R&B musicians like Major Lance, Doris Troy, and the Bluebells. In 1966, Bluesology became Long John Baldry's supporting band and began touring cabarets throughout England. Dwight became frustrated with Baldry's control of the band and began searching for other groups to join. He failed his lead vocalist auditions for both King Crimson and Gentle Giant before responding to an advertisement by Liberty Records. Though he failed his Liberty audition, he was given a stack of lyrics left with the label courtesy of Bernie Taupin, who had also replied to the ad. Dwight wrote music for Taupin's lyrics and began corresponding with him through mail. By the time the two met six months later, Dwight had changed his name to Elton John, taking his first name from Bluesology saxophonist Elton Dean and his last from John Baldry.

John and Taupin were hired by Dick James to become staff songwriters at his fledgling DJM in 1968. The pair collaborated at a rapid rate, with Taupin submitting batches of lyrics -- he often wrote a song an hour -- every few weeks. John would then write music without changing the words, sometimes completing the songs in under a half-hour. Over the next two years, the duo wrote songs for pop singers like Roger Cook and Lulu. In the meantime, John recorded cover versions of current hits for budget labels to be sold in supermarkets. By the summer of 1968, he had begun recording singles for release under his own name. Usually, these songs were more rock- and radio-oriented than the tunes he and Taupin were giving to other vocalists, yet neither of his early singles for Philips, "I've Been Loving You Too Long" and "Lady Samantha," sold well. In June of 1969, he released his debut album for DJM, Empty Sky, which received fair reviews, but no sales.

For his second album, John and Taupin hired producer Gus Dudgeon and arranger Paul Buckmaster, who contributed grandiose string charts to Elton John. Released in the summer of 1970, Elton John began to make inroads in America, where it appeared on MCA's Uni subsidiary. In August, he gave his first American concert at the Troubadour in Los Angeles, which received enthusiastic reviews, as well as praise from Quincy Jones and Leon Russell. Throughout the fall, Elton John continued to climb the charts on the strength of the Top Ten single "Your Song." John followed it quickly in late 1970 with the concept album Tumbleweed Connection, which received heavy airplay on album-oriented radio in the U.S., helping it climb into the Top Ten. The rapid release of Tumbleweed Connection established a pattern of frequent releases that John maintained throughout his career. In 1971, he released the live 11-17-70 and the Friends soundtrack, before releasing Madman Across the Water late in the year. Madman Across the Water was successful, but John achieved stardom with the follow-up, 1972's Honky Chateau. Recorded with his touring band -- bassist Dee Murray, drummer Nigel Olsson, and guitarist Davey Johnstone -- and featuring the hit singles "Rocket Man" and "Honky Cat," Honky Chateau became his first American number one album, spending five weeks at the top of the charts.

Between 1972 and 1976, John and Taupin's hitmaking machine was virtually unstoppable. "Rocket Man" began a four-year streak of 16 Top 20 hits in a row; out of those 16 -- including "Crocodile Rock," "Daniel," "Bennie and the Jets," "The B**ch Is Back," and "Philadelphia Freedom" -- only one, the FM hit "Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting," failed to reach the Top Ten. Honky Chateau began a streak of seven consecutive number one albums -- Don't Shoot Me I'm Only the Piano Player (1973), Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (1973), Caribou (1974), Greatest Hits (1974), Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy (1975), Rock of the Westies (1975) -- that all went platinum. John founded Rocket, a record label distributed by MCA, in 1973 in order to sign and produce acts like Neil Sedaka and Kiki Dee. John didn't become a Rocket recording artist himself, choosing to stay with MCA for a record-breaking eight-million-dollar contract in 1974. Later in 1974, he played and sang on John Lennon's number one comeback single "Whatever Gets You Through the Night," and he persuaded Lennon to join him on-stage at Madison Square Garden on Thanksgiving Day 1974; it would prove to be Lennon's last live performance. The following year, Captain Fantastic became John's first album to enter the American charts at number one. After its release, he revamped his band, which now featured Johnstone, Quaye, Roger Pope, Ray Cooper, and bassist Kenny Passarelli; Rock of the Westies was the first album to feature this lineup.

Throughout the mid-'70s, John's concerts were enormously popular, as were his singles and albums, and he continued to record and perform at a rapid pace until 1976. That year, he revealed in an interview in Rolling Stone that he was bisexual; he would later admit that the confession was a compromise, since he was afraid to reveal that he was homosexual. Many fans reacted negatively to John's bisexuality, and his audience began to shrink somewhat in the late '70s. The decline in his record sales was also due to his exhaustion. After 1976, John cut his performance schedule drastically, announcing that he was retiring from live performances in 1977, and started recording only one album a year. His relationship with Taupin became strained following the release of 1976's double album Blue Moves, and the lyricist began working with other musicians. John returned in 1978 with A Single Man, which was written with Gary Osborne; the record produced no Top 20 singles. That year, he returned to live performances, first by jamming at the Live Stiffs package tour, then by launching a comeback tour in 1979 accompanied only by percussionist Ray Cooper. "Mama Can't Buy You Love," a song he recorded with Philly soul producer Thom Bell in 1977, returned him to the Top Ten in 1979, but that year's Victim of Love was a commercial disappointment.

John reunited with Taupin for 1980's 21 at 33, which featured the Top Ten single "Little Jeannie." Over the next three years, John remained a popular concert artist, but his singles failed to break the Top Ten, even if they reached the Top 40. In 1981, he signed with Geffen Records and his second album, Jump Up!, became a gold album on the strength of "Blue Eyes" and "Empty Garden (Hey Hey Johnny)," his tribute to John Lennon. But it was 1983's Too Low for Zero that began his last great streak of hit singles, with the MTV hit "I'm Still Standing" and the Top Ten single "I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues." Throughout the rest of the '80s, John's albums would consistently go gold, and they always generated at least one Top 40 single; frequently, they featured Top Ten singles like "Sad Songs (Say So Much)" (1984), "Nikita" (1986), "Candle in the Wind" (1987), and "I Don't Want to Go on with You Like That" (1988). While his career continued to be successful, his personal life was in turmoil. Since the mid-'70s, he had been addicted to cocaine and alcohol, and the situation only worsened during the '80s. In a surprise move, he married engineer Renate Blauel in 1984; the couple stayed married for four years, although John later admitted he realized he was homosexual before his marriage. In 1986, he underwent throat surgery while on tour, but even after he successfully recovered, he continued to abuse cocaine and alcohol.

Following a record-breaking five-date stint at Madison Square Garden in 1988, John auctioned off all of his theatrical costumes, thousands of pieces of memorabilia, and his extensive record collection through Sotheby's. The auction was a symbolic turning point. Over the next two years, John battled both his drug addiction and bulimia, undergoing hair replacement surgery at the same time. By 1991 he was sober, and the following year he established the Elton John AIDS Foundation; he also announced that he would donate all royalties from his single sales to AIDS research.

In 1992, John returned to active recording with The One. Peaking at number eight on the U.S. charts and going double platinum, the album became his most successful record since Blue Moves and sparked a career renaissance for John. He and Taupin signed a record-breaking publishing deal with Warner/Chappell Music in 1992 for an estimated 39 million dollars. In 1994, John collaborated with lyricist Tim Rice on songs for Disney's animated feature The Lion King. One of their collaborations, "Can You Feel the Love Tonight," won the Academy Award for Best Original Song, as well as the Grammy for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance. John's 1995 album Made in England continued his comeback, peaking at number three on the U.K. charts and number 13 in the U.S.; in America, the album went platinum. The 1997 follow-up, The Big Picture, delivered more of the same well-crafted pop, made the Top Ten, and produced a hit in "Something About the Way You Look Tonight." However, its success was overshadowed by John's response to the tragic death of Princess Diana -- he re-recorded "Candle in the Wind" (originally a eulogy for Marilyn Monroe) as a tribute to his slain friend, with Taupin adapting the lyrics for what was planned as the B-side of "Something About the Way You Look Tonight."

With the profits earmarked for Diana's favorite charities, and with a debut performance at Diana's funeral, "Candle in the Wind 1997" became the fastest-selling hit of all time in both Britain and the U.S. upon the single's release, easily debuting at number one on both sides of the Atlantic; with first-week sales of over three million copies in the U.S. alone and 14 weeks in the top spot, it was John's biggest hit ever. For his next project, John reunited with Lion King collaborator Tim Rice to write songs for Disney's Broadway musical adaptation of the story of Aida; an album of their efforts featuring a who's who of contemporary pop musicians was released in early 1999, going gold by the end of the year. In late 2000, John landed a TV special with CBS, performing a selection of his greatest hits at Madison Square Garden; a companion album drawn from those performances, One Night Only, was issued shortly before the special aired. Released in 2001, Songs from the West Coast was a return to form for John, who found critical success for the first time since the '80s. However, it wasn't until 2004's popular Peachtree Road album that he managed to match that success commercially. In 2006, John and Taupin released The Captain & the Kid, a sequel to 1975's Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy. John busied himself with stage work and a Vegas show before he unexpectedly recorded a duet album with Leon Russell, releasing the T-Bone Burnett-produced The Union in the fall of 2010.

The Union revived Russell's career and the duo supported the record with a limited tour. John settled into another Vegas stint in 2011, signing a contract with Caesars Palace to deliver a show called The Million Dollar Piano over the next three years. Despite this long-term commitment, Elton pursued other projects: he published an autobiography called Love Is the Cure in the summer of 2012 and, around the same time, the Australian dance duo Pnau reworked many of his classic '70s recordings on the Good Morning to the Night album. He also completed another collection of new songs called The Diving Board; the T-Bone Burnett-produced album appeared in September 2013. Three years later, John reunited again with Burnett to record Wonderful Crazy Night, the first album of his to feature his touring band since The Captain & the Kid. Wonderful Crazy Night saw release in February 2016. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: The Diving Board

1. Oceans Away

2. Oscar Wilde Gets Out

3. A Town Called Jubilee

4. The Ballad Of Blind Tom

5. Dream #1

6. My Quicksand

7. Can't Stay Alone Tonight

8. Voyeur

9. Home Again

10. Take This Dirty Water

11. Dream #2

12. The New Fever Waltz

13. Mexican Vacation (Kids In The Candlelight)

14. Dream #3

15. The Diving Board

16. Candlelit Bedroom

17. Home Again (Live From Capitol Studios)

18. Mexican Vacation (Live From Capitol Studios)

19. The New Fever Waltz (Live From Capitol Studios)

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Track List: The Captain & The Kid

1. Postcards From Richard Nixon

2. Just Like Noah's Ark

3. Wouldn't Have You Any Other Way (NYC)

4. Tinderbox

5. And The House Fell Down

6. Blues Never Fade Away

7. The Bridge

8. I Must Have Lost It On The Wind

9. Old 67

10. The Captain And The Kid

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Track List: Peachtree Road

1. Weight Of The World

2. Porch Swing In Tupelo

3. Answer In The Sky

4. Turn The Lights Out When You Leave

5. My Elusive Drug

6. They Call Her The Cat

7. Freaks In Love

8. All That I'm Allowed (I'm Thankful)

9. I Stop And I Breathe

10. Too Many Tears

11. It's Getting Dark In Here

12. I Can't Keep This From You

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Track List: Elton John Remixed

1. Are You Ready For Love ('79 Radio Edit)

2. Are You Ready For Love (Ashley Beddle's Love And Protection Mono Edit)

3. Candle In The Wind (Acoustic Mix)

4. Rocket Man 03

5. Song For Guy (Remix)

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Track List: Elton John Greatest Hits 1970 - 2002

Disc 1

1. Your Song

2. Levon

3. Tiny Dancer

4. Rocket Man

5. Honky Cat

6. Crocodile Rock

7. Daniel

8. Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting

9. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road

10. Candle In The Wind

11. Bennie And The Jets

12. Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me

13. The B**ch Is Back

14. Philadelphia Freedom

15. Someone Saved My Life Tonight

16. Island Girl

17. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word

Disc 2

1. Don't Go Breaking My Heart (feat. Kiki Dee)

2. Little Jeannie

3. I'm Still Standing

4. I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues

5. Sad Songs (Say So Much)

6. I Don't Wanna Go On With You Like That

7. Nikita

8. Sacrifice

9. The One

10. Can You Feel The Love Tonight

11. Circle Of Life

12. Believe

13. Blessed

14. Something About The Way You Look Tonight

15. Written In The Stars (feat. Leann Rimes)

16. I Want Love

17. This Train Don't Stop There Anymore

Disc 3
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Track List: Songs From The West Coast

1. The Emperor's New Clothes

2. Dark Diamond

3. Look Ma, No Hands

4. American Triangle

5. Original Sin

6. Birds

7. I Want Love

8. The Wasteland

9. Ballad Of The Boy In The Red Shoes

10. Love Her Like Me

11. Mansfield

12. This Train Don't Stop There Anymore

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Track List: One Night Only - The Greatest Hits (Live)

1. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (Live 2000)

2. Philadelphia Freedom (Live 2000)

3. Don't Go Breaking My Heart (Feat. Kiki Dee) (Live 2000)

4. Rocket Man (Live 2000)

5. Daniel (Live 2000)

6. Crocodile Rock (Live 2000)

7. Sacrifice (Live 2000)

8. Can You Feel The Love Tonight (Live 2000)

9. Bennie And The Jets (Live 2000)

10. Your Song (Feat. Ronan Keating) (Live 2000)

11. Sad Songs (Feat. Bryan Adams) (Live 2000)

12. Candle In The Wind (Live 2000)

13. The B**ch Is Back (Live 2000)

14. Saturday Night's Alright (Feat. Anastacia) (Live 2000)

15. I'm Still Standing (Live 2000)

16. Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me (Live 2000)

17. I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues (Feat. Mary J Blige) (Live 2000)

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Track List: The Big Picture

1. Long Way From Happiness

2. Live Like Horses (Elton John Solo Studio Version)

3. The End Will Come

4. If The River Can Bend

5. Love's Got A Lot To Answer For

6. Something About The Way You Look Tonight

7. The Big Picture

8. Recover Your Soul

9. January

10. I Can't Steer My Heart Clear Of You

11. Wicked Dreams

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Track List: Elton John: Love Songs

1. Sacrifice

2. Candle In The Wind

3. I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues

4. Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me

5. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word

6. Blue Eyes

7. Daniel

8. Nikita

9. Your Song

10. The One

11. Someone Saved My Life Tonight

13. Can You Feel The Love Tonight

14. Circle Of Life

15. Blessed

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Track List: Made In England

1. Believe

2. Made In England

3. House

4. Cold

5. Pain

6. Belfast

7. Latitude

8. Please

9. Man

10. Lies

11. Blessed

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Track List: Duets

1. Teardrops (Feat. K.D. Lang)

2. When I Think About Love (I Think About You) (Feat. P.M. Dawn)

3. The Power (Feat. Little Richard)

4. Shakey Ground (Feat. Don Henley)

5. True Love (Feat. Kiki Dee)

6. If You Were Me (Feat. Chris Rea)

7. A Woman's Needs (Feat. Tammy Wynette)

8. Old Friend (Feat. Nick Kershaw)

9. Go On And On (Feat. Gladys Knight)

10. Don't Go Breaking My Heart (Feat. RuPaul)

11. Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing (Feat. Marcella Detroit)

12. I'm Your Puppet (Feat. Paul Young)

13. Love Letters (Feat. Bonnie Raitt)

14. Born To Lose (Feat. Leonard Cohen)

15. Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me (Feat. George Michael)

16. Duets For One

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Track List: Greatest Hits 1976-1986

1. I'm Still Standing

2. Mama Can't Buy You Love

3. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word

4. Little Jeannie

5. Blue Eyes

6. Don't Go Breaking My Heart (Feat. Kiki Dee)

7. Empty Garden (Hey, Hey Johnny)

8. Kiss The Bride

9. I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues

10. Who Wears These Shoes?

11. Sad Songs (Say So Much)

12. Wrap Her Up

13. Nikita

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Track List: The One

1. Simple Life

2. The One

3. Sweat It Out

4. Runaway Train

5. Whitewash County

6. The North

7. When A Woman Doesn't Want You

8. Emily

9. On Dark Street

11. The Last Song

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Track List: Sleeping With The Past

1. Durban Deep

2. Healing Hands

3. Whispers

4. Club At The End Of The Street

5. Sleeping With The Past

6. Stones Throw From Hurtin'

7. Sacrifice

8. I Never Knew Her Name

9. Amazes Me

10. Blue Avenue

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Track List: The Complete Thom Bell Sessions

1. Nice And Slow

2. Country Love Song

3. Shine On Through

4. Mama Can't Buy You Love

5. Are You Ready For Love

6. Three Way Love Affair

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Track List: Reg Strikes Back

1. Town Of Plenty

2. A Word In Spanish

4. I Don't Wanna Go On With You Like That

5. Japanese Hands

6. Goodbye Marlon Brando

7. The Camera Never Lies

8. Heavy Traffic

9. Poor Cow

10. Since God Invented Girls

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Track List: Greatest Hits - Volume 2

1. The B**ch Is Back

2. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds

3. Tiny Dancer

4. I Feel Like A Bullet (In The Gun Of Robert Ford)

5. Someone Saved My Life Tonight

6. Philadelphia Freedom

7. Island Girl

8. Grow Some Funk Of Your Own

9. Levon

10. Pinball Wizard

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Track List: Ice On Fire

1. This Town

2. Cry To Heaven

3. Soul Glove

4. Nikita

5. Too Young

6. Wrap Her Up

7. Satellite

8. Tell Me What The Papers Say

9. Candy By the Pound

10. Shoot Down The Moon

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Track List: Breaking Hearts

1. Restless

2. Slow Down Georgie (She's Poison)

3. Who Wears These Shoes?

4. Breaking Hearts (Ain't What It Used To Be)

5. Li'l 'frigerator

6. Passengers

7. In Neon

8. Burning Buildings

9. Did He Shoot Her?

10. Sad Songs (Say So Much)

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Track List: Too Low For Zero [1998 Remaster]

1. Cold As Christmas (In The Middle Of The Year)

2. I'm Still Standing

3. Too Low For Zero

4. Religion

5. I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues

6. Crystal

7. Kiss The Bride

8. Whipping Boy

9. Saint

10. One More Arrow

11. Earn While You Learn

12. Dreamboat

13. The Retreat

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Track List: Jump Up

1. Dear John

2. Spiteful Child

3. Ball And Chain

4. Legal Boys

5. I Am Your Robot

6. Blue Eyes

7. Empty Garden (Hey Hey Johnny)

8. Princess

9. Where Have All The Good Times Gone

10. All Quiet On The Western Front

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Track List: The Fox

1. Breaking Down Barriers

2. Heart In The Right Place

3. Just Like Belgium

4. Nobody Wins

5. Fascist Faces

6. (A) Carla/Etude (B) Fanfare (C) Chloe

7. Heels Of The Wind

8. Elton's Song

9. The Fox

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Track List: 21 At 33

1. Chasing The Crown

2. Little Jeannie

3. Sartorial Eloquence

4. Two Rooms At The End Of The World

5. White Lady White Powder

6. Dear God

7. Never Gonna Fall In Love Again

8. Take Me Back

9. Give Me The Love

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Track List: Victim Of Love

1. Johnny B. Goode

2. Warm Love In A Cold World

3. Born Bad

4. Thunder In The Night

5. Spotlight

6. Street Boogie

7. Victim Of Love

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Track List: A Single Man

1. Shine On Through

2. Return To Paradise

3. I Don't Care

4. Big Dipper

5. It Ain't Gonna Be Easy

6. Part-Time Love

7. Georgia

8. Shooting Star

9. Madness

10. Reverie

11. Song For Guy

12. Ego

13. Flinstone Boy

14. I Cry At Night

15. Lovesick

16. Strangers

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Track List: Blue Moves

Disc 1

1. Your Starter For

2. Tonight

3. One Horse Town

4. Chameleon

5. Boogie Pilgrim

6. Cage The Songbird

7. Crazy Water

8. Shoulder Holster

Disc 2

1. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word

2. Out Of The Blue

3. Between Seventeen And Twenty

4. The Wide-Eyed And Laughing

5. Someone's Final Song

6. Where's The Shoorah?

7. If There's A God In Heaven (What's He Waiting For?)

8. Idol

9. Theme From A Non-Existent TV Series

10. Bite Your Lip (Get Up And Dance)

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Track List: Rock Of The Westies

2. Dan Dare (Pilot Of The Future)

3. Island Girl

4. Grow Some Funk Of Your Own

5. I Feel Like A Bullet (In The Gun Of Robert Ford)

6. Street Kids

7. Hard Luck Story

8. Feed Me

9. Billy Bones And The White Bird

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Track List: Captain Fantastic And The Brown Dirt Cowboy

1. Captain Fantastic And The Brown Dirt Cowboy

2. Tower Of Babel

3. Bitter Fingers

4. Tell Me When The Whistle Blows

5. Someone Saved My Life Tonight

6. (Gotta Get A) Meal Ticket

7. Better Off Dead

8. Writing

9. We All Fall In Love Sometimes

10. Curtains

11. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds

12. One Day At A Time

13. Philadelphia Freedom

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Track List: Greatest Hits

1. Your Song

2. Daniel

3. Honky Cat

4. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road

5. Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting

6. Rocket Man

7. Bennie And The Jets

8. Candle In The Wind

9. Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me

10. Border Song

11. Crocodile Rock

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Track List: Goodbye Yellow Brick Road

1. Funeral For A Friend (Love Lies Bleeding)

2. Candle In The Wind

3. Bennie And The Jets

4. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road

5. This Song Has No Title

6. Grey Seal

7. Jamaica Jerk-Off

8. I've Seen That Movie Too

9. Sweet Painted Lady

11. Dirty Little Girl

12. All The Girls Love Alice

13. Your Sister Can't Twist (But She Can Rock 'n Roll)

14. Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting

15. Roy Rogers

16. Social Disease

17. Harmony

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Track List: Don't Shoot Me I'm Only The Piano Player

1. Daniel

2. Teacher I Need You

3. Elderberry Wine

4. Blues For My Baby And Me

5. Midnight Creeper

6. Have Mercy On The Criminal

7. I'm Gonna Be A Teenage Idol

8. Texan Love Song

9. Crocodile Rock

10. High Flying Bird

11. Screw You (Young Man's Blues)

12. Jack Rabbit

13. Whenever You're Ready (We'll Go Steady Again)

14. Skyline Pigeon (Piano Version)

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Track List: Madman Across The Water

1. Tiny Dancer

2. Levon

3. Razor Face

4. Madman Across The Water

5. Indian Sunset

6. Holiday Inn

7. Rotten Peaches

8. All The Nasties

9. Goodbye

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Track List: Tumbleweed Connection

1. Ballad Of A Well Known Gun

2. Come Down In Time

3. Country Comfort

4. Son Of Your Father

5. My Father's Gun

6. Where To Now St. Peter

7. Love Song

8. Amoreena

9. Talking Old Soldiers

10. Burn Down The Mission

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Track List: Elton John

1. Your Song

2. I Need You To Turn To

3. Take Me To The Pilot

4. No Shoe Strings On Louise

5. First Episode At Hienton

6. Sixty Years On

7. Border Song

8. The Greatest Discovery

9. The Cage

10. The King Must Die

11. Bad Side Of The Moon

12. Grey Seal

13. Rock 'n' Roll Madonna

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Track List: 11-17-70 (Live)

1. Bad Side Of The Moon (Live)

2. Amoreena (Live)

3. Take Me To The Pilot (Live)

4. Sixty Years On (Live)

5. Honky Tonk Women (Live)

6. Can I Put You On (Live)

7. Burn Down The Mission (Live)

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Track List: Blue Wonderful (Single)

1. Blue Wonderful

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Track List: Empty Sky

1. Empty Sky

2. Val-Hala

3. Western Ford Gateway

4. Hymn 2000

5. Lady What's Tomorrow

6. Sails

7. The Scaffold

8. Skyline Pigeon (Harpsichord Version)

9. Gulliver/It's Hay Chewed (Reprise Version)

10. Lady Samantha

11. All Across The Havens

12. It's Me That You Need

13. Just Like Strange Rain

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Track List: Home Again (Single)

1. Home Again

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Track List: Honky Chateau

9. Mona Lisas And Mad Hatters

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Track List: Leather Jackets

1. Leather Jackets

2. Hoop Of Fire

3. Don't Trust That Woman

4. Go It Alone

5. Gypsy Heart

6. Slow Rivers

7. Heartache All Over The World

8. Angeline

9. Memory Of Love

10. Paris

11. I Fall Apart

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Track List: Looking Up (Single)

1. Looking Up

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Track List: Peachtree Road (Repackaged Version)

1. Weight Of The World

2. Porch Swing In Tupelo

3. Answer In The Sky

4. Turn The Lights Out When You Leave

5. My Elusive Drug

6. They Call Her The Cat

7. Freaks In Love

8. All That I'm Allowed (I'm Thankful)

9. I Stop And I Breathe

10. Too Many Tears

11. It's Getting Dark In Here

12. I Can't Keep This From You

13. The Letter

14. Merry Christmas Maggie Thatcher

15. Electricity

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Track List: Spirit In The Sky - Rare Sessions 1969-70

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Track List: Wonderful Crazy Night (Deluxe)

1. Wonderful Crazy Night

2. In The Name Of You

3. Claw Hammer

4. Blue Wonderful

5. I've Got 2 Wings

6. A Good Heart

7. Looking Up

8. Guilty Pleasure

9. Tambourine

10. The Open Chord

11. Free And Easy

12. England And America

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Track List: Wonderful Crazy Night (Single)

1. Wonderful Crazy Night

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Like this song. Brings back good childhood memories.
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This was my papa' s favorite song next to yellow brick road. He was a trucker for gasoline and a pilot. He was a awesome farther to my mom and the best grandpa. He had the best storys
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This is for u papa. I miss 1995-2016 I know your flying again
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Your song..my fave
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I was lucky enough to see him perform live three times.Every time he put his heart and soul in every performance.
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A ROCKET MAN FOR A LONG LONG TIME..INFAMO U S JOHN
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aestrada223
'Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me' says it all when Mary Lou and I parted ways. Still think of you often, babe. Love the way you made me feel when we were together.
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I love this song sooooooooo much
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Ygyggyyvvhhv h v c g g v y v u h u u h j h h b c g v y g y g u h g h g h g g y g h h g h u g u h g u g u g u h g v g .
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Swag
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He awesome I love him he has great songs
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Tommy the movie anyone remember that?
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Great performer, keep it up EJ
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Come by
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sometime.
david...
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I hope you never die ������������ � waaaaaaaaaaa a a a a a a ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
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He sings all my favorite songs.
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Love love this man and song❤️
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Your songs are great. For example, Your Song!!!����
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Nice songs
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i think its gonna be a long long time
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Very fortunate to have such a talent with so many good songs.. Elton, you will never get me sick of your music.
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Elton John and Bernie Taupin! One of the best musical tandems, Ever!
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memories
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Great song
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aestrada223
'Good-Bye Yellow Brick Road' came out when I first got to know you Mary Lou and I am always drawn back to that wonderful Fall of 73'. Funny how time has gone by so fast.
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Was in Basic Training at Lackland AFB when 'Don't Go Breaking My Heart' came out. Mary Lou, you did just that. Not by letter, but by telephone. Kids today wouldn't be able to visualize that today, with their cell phones. If only I could have called you back.
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Also on Ritillin as a kid
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kdpflugrad
A good song to get moving to
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Thank u for finding the closet, your secret if can call it that was one of the worst kept secrets. U found real love and said f-u and married your love, I hope this a testament to GODs love
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I totally love this Jam by Elton John. It's one of my all-time favorites by him, Rocket Man totally kicks and rocks a**! Awesome jam! Elton John is a Rock n Roll icon! Awesome Entertainer, songwriter, & badass piano playing musician! Such a classic rockin Jam, by a awesome icon in the world of music. John rocks America! Rock on!
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God save the Queen!
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Actually going to take ballet w/another fun, cool, rockin party mom. Best way to perfect butt!!
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I REALLY LOVE BENNIE AND THE JETS
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ONE OF MY FAVES BY ELTON
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lots of memories to Elton john
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