Here and There (Live) - Elton John

Here and There (Live)

Elton John

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date:
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 25

  • ℗ 1976 This Record Company Ltd.


Title Artist Time
Skyline Pigeon Elton John 5:40
The Border Song Elton John 3:22
Take Me to the Pilot Elton John 4:25
Country Comfort Elton John 6:43
Love Song Elton John 4:58
Bad Side of the Moon Elton John 7:48
Burn Down the Mission Elton John 8:25
Honky Cat Elton John 6:59
Crocodile Rock Elton John 4:08
Candle In the Wind Elton John 3:57
Your Song Elton John 3:56
Saturday Night's Alright for F Elton John 7:08
Funeral for a Friend / Love Li Elton John 11:53
Rocket Man Elton John 5:03
Take Me to the Pilot Elton John 6:00
Bennie and the Jets Elton John 5:59
Grey Seal Elton John 5:27
Daniel Elton John 4:06
You're So Static Elton John 4:32
Whatever Gets You Thru the Nig Elton John & John Lennon 4:40
Lucy In the Sky With Diamonds Elton John 6:15
I Saw Her Standing There Elton John & John Lennon 3:17
Don't Let the Sun Go Down On M Elton John 5:57
Your Song Elton John 3:58
The Bitch Is Back Elton John 4:23


  • The most underrated Elton John collection

    By Reel Scoop Reviews
    Recorded in his mid-seventies prime, this collection of live tracks from concerts in London and New York reveals Elton John as a rousing perfomer backed by an underrated band. The NY side, in particular, is a rollicking good time that features hits and album tracks alike. The highlight has to be "Funeral For a Friend/Love Lies Bleeding" - a high watermark from Yellow Brick Road that absolutely cooks in front of a fired up Madison Square Garden crowd.
  • The original or the expanded release?

    By A Passion 4 Music
    As stated in the album review, there are two releases of this album. The second one, even when it brings the last Lennon live performance, at Elton strong request, changes the nature of the first release, that brings, using a selection of songs of two concerts, the EJ career until the time of its release. In the last release (the expanded) it's forgotten so according to that we can talk of two completly different releases. I prefer the first one according to its meaning and intention.
  • Hands down better than the vinyl

    By EJ Maven
    The original release only contained tracks and appeared to be the minimum required to meet contract requirements. The 25 tracks in the digital version represent a much better cross section of Elton's work especially since it includes cuts not normally performed live such as Love Song, Bad Side of the Moon, Grey Seal, and You're so Static. The only thing that comes close--other than seeing him in concert in his prime--might be a bootleg copy of his 1976 solo Edinburgh concert (not that I would know about such things). We even get the additional treat of Ray Cooper on percussion and Dee Murray's wonderful bass introduction on Bad Side of the Moon. The London concert--at least the audience--is a bit more reserved--but the New York City audience rocks! I do miss the back cover artwork to the original release since it is clearly Elton is his prime: big white sunglasses, fur-lined coat, track pants, striped socks, and flashy shoes.
  • Editing?

    By gvansick
    Nice job, itunes, on editing the clips. Skyline Pigeon here is 30 seconds of pre-set applause, no song. Doesn't anybody check this stuff?
  • Daiel

    By yankee sam
    This Song Is Cool
  • wow

    By khd27
    any song over 10 minutes long is album only...itunes is not out to get you
  • Elton In His Infancy... With John Lennon to Boot!

    By PMURPH723
    This was a great time to be Elton John. He was THE Most popular artist alive! The band is very tight in both sets (London & New York) but the real Pay-Off is the New York show. As most know, John Lennon made his very last "Live" concert appearance at this show. I would have loved to have been there. You can feel the energy when you listen very loud and close your eyes, it dows take you back. A Must have for any Elton fan or Lennon/Beatle fan. A Great CD from both sides of the pond!! Just as an aside, I say "Infancy" because I have seen Elton several times in the 80's 90's and this decade as well, And while the voice has matured over the years, he still puts on an amazing show! The 60th Birthday show wasAwesome! Rock On EJ!
  • In...credible.

    By Terry212am
    The first sentence of the official review is right. This isn't a famous album because it used to stink. When they remastered his catalogue, they expanded it and overnight a classic rock live album was born. This is the BEST representation of EJ live during his big 1970s period. It also has John Lennon's last live performance on it. The first half is sedate (but still fun!), but the second half, recorded in NYC, is no adult contemporary artist. Rather, EJ was live and rocking from track 13 on. Man, what an album. Okay, I prefer 11-17-70 (the non-echo version), but this is more or less a greatest hits live with a few surprises thrown in...
  • Happy Thanksgiving New York

    By Sword Of Damocles
    The original release of this LP in may of 1976 only had a few tunes from New York And England. Hence Here And There. This extended version is excellent and this is also the last time John Lennon ever performed in concert. Performed on thanksgiving, New York crowd is by far crazier than Englands. A great listen. enjoy
  • My Favorite Musician

    By aerosmithrocks0408
    The First Album I ever got, and im only 13. My dad loves him too. He's our favorite artist. I have 17 of his albums, and i love them all.

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