Elton John - Elton John

Elton John

Elton John

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date:
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • ℗ 2011 This Record Company Ltd.


Title Artist Time
Your Song Elton John 4:04
I Need You to Turn To Elton John 2:33
Take Me to the Pilot Elton John 3:47
No Shoe Strings On Louise Elton John 3:32
First Episode At Hienton Elton John 4:49
Sixty Years On Elton John 4:36
Border Song Elton John 3:22
The Greatest Discovery Elton John 4:13
The Cage Elton John 3:31
The King Must Die Elton John 5:23
Bad Side of the Moon Elton John 3:15
Grey Seal Elton John 3:36
Rock and Roll Madonna Elton John 4:19


  • The most beautiful

    By Pumpkinpainter1
    This was my first Elton album. My sister had a copy and I took it from her every chance I got. Later she found a copy and gave it to me for Christmas. It's so worn, barely plays and my sister has passed 5 years ago. I'm so excited to find it on iTunes tonight, I can barely breathe. Love every song on this album. It meant so much to me, songs are hauntingly beautiful.
  • his Second and a great follow up to empty sky

    By Majora’s Fan 101
    Elton john’s second album (his first being empty sky) is not a disappointment to an elton john fan or a music fan in genera. great songs from your song to Boarder song. Overall great album
  • First US Album

    By lie2me
    My favorite song - “Sixty Years On”. A sleeper.
  • Grand Debut

    By TwoRoomsEJBT
    The album that started it all is a wonderful blend of rock and orchestral arrangements that probably hadn’t really been explored before Elton came onto the scene. Of course, the big hit and sentimental favorite, Your Song is on this album and starts the album off quite nicely. The next song, I Need You To Turn To, features Elton on the seldom heard harpsichord accompanied by his delicate vocal delivery. With all lyrics by Bernie Taupin and melodies by Elton, these songs have stood the test of time. And many explore Taupin’s innermost feelings (Episode At Heinton speaks of a first girlfriend of Taupin’s, The Greatest Discovery is about Taupin’s younger brother, and Sixty Years On tells the worrisome tale of growing old). But its Elton’s melodies and vocal styling’s that capture the listener and never lets go. That would certainly explain, Take Me To The Pilot. That song, where Taupin has basically strung words together and lets the listener chose their own interpretation as to what it means. Pilot is given the serious treatment by Elton in one of his best straight up rock-n-roll songs. Border Song, the album’s actual first single, is that rare breed of a strong pop song aided by a powerful gospel influence that works on every level. And No Shoe Strings On Louise is a fun, camp number with Elton doing his best Mick Jagger imitation. A host of studio musicians are onboard but its orchestral arranger, Paul Buckmaster who brings an element of drama to the proceedings and truly carries the weight of these songs to 100% listener satisfaction. If you have any doubt, just listen to his opening of Sixty Years On, a chilling arrangement that creates a buzzing, hypnotic effect to set the mood. This is a grand debut for a somewhat novice artist, led by the steady hand of producer Gus Dudgeon. It was only the beginning for Elton John and Bernie Taupin as a songwriting force to be reckoned with and it shows in every possible way.
  • Love this album.

    By RichYan33
    I would love to hear Elton do some of these songs live.
  • not his first...

    By mudflapwilson
    its shocking this has only recieved 3 likes. This is a wonderful collection of music. From first episode to your song, there is not a weak song.
  • 

    By ChanceFan42
    Elton John is epic 

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