Elton John - The Best Of Elton John II Blue Moves album flac
Title: The Best Of Elton John II Blue Moves
Style: Pop Rock
MP3 album: 1875 mb
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Blue Moves is the eleventh studio album release by Elton John. It was released in October 1976. It was John's second double album (after Goodbye Yellow Brick Road) and the first to be released by his own label, Rocket Records Ltd. Despite the album's darker tone, it reached no. 3 on the charts.
Elton John has released so many albums that picking a top 10 is simply an exercise in fun and tribute. No other individual artist in popular music history with the exception of Paul McCartney has been as prolific as Elton John. It’s daunting how much material Elton John has released especially during Elton’s nineteen seventies period. Elton John’s first album entitled Empty Sky was released in 1969. Elton John’s album Blue Moves was a brilliant artistic leap in the craft of popular music songwriting, arranging and production. The album’s opening side which featured the songs One Horse Town, and Tonight, stands as one of Elton’s finest LP sides. The production on the song One Horse Town, presented Elton fans with one of the best sounding recordings Elton has ever produced.
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Culling the best Elton John songs from his extensive catalog feels like folly in a way. The knighted pop icon has nearly 60 Top 40 singles for good reason; both with and without lyricist Bernie Taupin, John has written a big pile o' great songs, with a variety that stretches from rockers to ballads, soul to show tunes and blues to symphonic grandeur. John may have sung about "waiting for the day he can spread his wings," but the guy who sang this earnest ballad from his 1969 debut album Empty Sky was already well-formed and ready to take flight - although nobody then could have known the heights he'd reach. 19. Elton John - "I Don't Wanna Go On With You Like That". The lead single from 1988's Reg Strikes Back is taut, spare and propulsive, with some of the most inspired piano playing we'd heard from John in quite some time. 18. Elton John - "Electricity".
The Very Best Of Elton John. Sleeping With The Past. Greatest Hits Volume II. October 22, 1976. Elton’s second album features one of his biggest hits, Your Song, and was nominated for one of the music industry’s highest honours: a Grammy Award for Album of the Year. The album also was a commercial success, reaching on the Billboard Top 200 chart, and was certified gold by the RIAA within a year of its release. It peaked at on the UK Album Chart, spending 22 weeks on that list.
The best album by Elton John is Goodbye Yellow Brick Road which is ranked number 212 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 13,175. Elton John is ranked number 132 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 27,335. Members who like this artist also like: Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin. ELTON JOHN-HERE & THERE(LIVE IN LONDON & NEW YORK)UK ISSUE ON DJM RECORDS 1976 Condition: Used. ELTON JOHN - BLUE MOVES - UK ISSUE 2 x LP ON ROCKET/EMI RECORDS - 1976 - VGC Condition: Used. Time left: 1m 16s. Ships to: Worldwide. ELTON JOHN-GREATEST HITS-UK ISSUE 10 TRACK BEST OF-ISSUED ON DJM RECORDS-1974 Condition: Used. Time left: 1m 17s.
The British Are Coming. The Legendary Covers Album. Mr. Reginald Sings Nick Drake. The Best 150 Soundtracks - Titanic - Once Upon a Time in the West - Life Is Beautiful - Don't Cry for Me Argentina - Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head, Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence - Hook.
|A1||Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word|
|A2||Between Seventeen And Twenty|
|A3||Cage The Song Bird|
|A6||Where's The Shoorah|
|A7||Someone's Final Song|
|The Best Of Elton John|
|B2||We All Fall In Love Sometimes|
|B3||Sixty Years On|
|B5||Candle In The Wind|
|B7||Jamaica Jerk Off|
Notesno complete song on the list.
A1 - B1 Taken From Album Blue Moves
B1 - B7 Taken From The Best Of Elton John II
Track A5 is misspelled as "Chamelon".