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Goodbye Yellow Brick Road is the seventh studio album by Elton John, released in 1973. The album has sold more than 30 million copies worldwide and is widely regarded as John's best.
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So goodbye yellow brick road Where the dogs of society howl You can't plant me in your penthouse I'm going back to my plough. Back to the howling old owl in the woods Hunting the horny back toad Oh I've finally decided my future lies Beyond the yellow brick road. What do you think you'll do then I bet that'll shoot down your plane It'll take you a couple of vodka and tonics To set you on your feet again. Maybe you'll get a replacement There's plenty like me to be found Mongrels who ain't got a penny Sniffing for tidbits like you on the ground. This song was the album's second single, and it was one of Elton John's biggest hits achieving the Platinum status by the Recording Industry Association of America on the 13th of September 1995. The live version of this from Elton John's "One Night Only" album was performed by him and Billy Joel during the concert at Madison Square Garden. E. Elton John Lyrics.
So goodbye yellow brick road Where the dogs of society howl You can't plant me in your penthouse I'm going back to my plough Back to the howling, old owl in the woods Hunting the horny-back toad Oh, I've finally decided my future lies Beyond the yellow brick road. What do you think you'll do, then? I bet they'll shoot down the plane It'll take you a couple of vodka and tonics To set you on your feet again Maybe you'll get a replacement There's plenty like me to be found Mongrels who ain't got a penny Sniffing for tidbits like you. The fourth track on Elton John’s 1973 double album of the same name, and the second single from the album. Written by Elton and his co-songwriter Bernie Taupin, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road is about wanting to give up a life of opulence for a simpler life away from all the glitz and glamour.
But Goodbye Yellow Brick Road almost had another sound altogether. As Elton later remembered, he had entertained the idea of a wildly different working environment. I said, ‘The Rolling Stones have just done Goats Head Soup in Jamaica, let’s go there,’ he noted. As an album, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road was a trove of varied delights, also including the majestic, slow-building opener ‘Funeral For A Friend’/‘Love Lies Bleeding’, the gentle balladeering of ‘Sweet Painted Lady’ and ‘Harmony’, the reggaefied ‘Jamaica Jerk-Off’ and spirited upbeat pieces like ‘Grey Seal’ and ‘All The Girls Love Alice’.
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" and the rest of the album were recorded in France at Strawberry Studios (The Chateau d'Hierouville). Bernie Taupin wrote the lyrics to this and most of Elton's other songs. He often seems to write about Elton, but this one appears to be about himself. Speaking about the song, Taupin said: "It's funny, but there are songs that I recall writing as if it was yesterday. And then there are those I have absolutely no recollection of, whatsoever. In fact, I'd have to say that for the most part, if someone was to say that the entire Yellow Brick Road album was actually written by someone else, I might be inclined to believe them. I remember being there, just not physically creating
GOODBYE YELLOW BRICK ROAD gave Elton John his second number one album in both the American and British charts and provided him with four top ten singles. Recorded in 1972 it features the classic Deep Purple line up of Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord and Ian Paice at the very peak of their creative powers and became their most commercially successful album worldwide. The story of the albums creation, in the rooms and corridors of the Grand Hotel in Montreux following a fire which burnt down the.
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road is a massive double-record exposition of unabashed fantasy, myth, wet dreams and cornball acts, an overproduced array of musical portraits and hard rock & roll that always threatens to founder, too fat to float, artistically doomed by pretension but redeemed commercially by the presence of a couple of brilliant tracks out of a possible 1. Harmony ends the album on an ambiguous note, nothing special. What are we going to do with Elton John? He can sing, play, emote and lead a band, but he can’t get organized.