Madman Across The Water - Elton John Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock - Classic Rock / Artist: Elton John / Original recording reissued / Audio CD released 1995-07-31 at Mercury Records Ltd (London) / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Tiny Dancer 2 Levon 3 Razor Face 4 Madman Across The Water 5 Indian Sunset 6 Holid ... more
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Songs from the West Coast - EltonJohnSongs From The Heart (1693 words)
by NikkiH - written on 29/03/03, updated on 29/03/03 (Very useful, 148 readings)
a child I can remember listening to two artists. One was Rod Stewart and the second was Elton John. I have not inherited my parent's love of Rod Stewart, but E Elton John is a different matter. As I grew up, and entered adolescence, he was one of the singers I liked, but would never admit it to my friends for fear of being ridculed. He was a portly middle aged balding man, who wore glasses which made Dennis Taylor's look small. As I matured into the allegedly responsible adult that I am, my interest in the music of Elton John was renewed, and I cannot even remember what the trigger was. It was probably a television interview or something similar as I have always ...
Songs from the West Coast - EltonJohnI WANT you to LOVE this album (1740 words)
by amnoangel - written on 12/08/02, updated on 12/08/02 (Very useful, 214 readings)
tune in the background. The verses have a steady rhythm, and it all makes for one of the best tracks on the album. The video featured Mandy Moore playing an E Elton John fan, kept as a Cinderella by, if I remember correctly, Joan Collins. 6. Birds This song is one of the most upbeat here, and contains a question that is certainly a very good point. How come birds don;t fall from the sky when they die? Think about it! Anyway, this is certainly the most 'country and western' track here, complete with Elton playing the harmonium and a troupe of line dancers (you can imag ine them ...
Captain Fantastic And The Brown Dirt Cowboy - Elton JohnBackwards, forwards, upwards (3721 words)
by dave27 - written on 17/05/01, updated on 17/05/01 (Very useful, 89 readings)
label, he always seemed to be personally marking time until he could fly off on his own Rocket Records label, which he finally did in 1976. When Elton John released the 'Captain Fantastic And The Brown Dirt Cowboy' album in 1975, he was doing much more than fulfil his contractual obligation to DJM Records. He used it to bring down the curtain on the first phase of his career, put together an autobiographical record of his life to that point and started setting the scene for a move on to a new life. He had one more record to produce for DJM before he could leave the label and he did so later that year with the patchy 'Rock Of The Westies'. ...
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