Elton John : Elton John (Bonus Tracks) (Dlx) (Exp) (Rmst) (Dig)

CD [Cover Art for Elton John / Elton John (Bonus Tracks) (Dlx) (Exp) (Rmst) (Dig)] Your Price: $31.97
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Sell date: 6/2008
Label: Mercury
Mfg's Catalog#: 1084002
CDC Part#: 1248100
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 Notes & Reviews
Elton John was THE album that was the spark that launched Eltons career, spawning the evergreen 'Your Song,' which is perhaps still his most loved hit today - the album is still timeless and sounds, in this newly re-mastered form, as emotive and original as ever. Collectively, the two discs on this beautifully compiled DELUXE EDITION paint as complete a picture and you are likely to get of this classic album from inception to completion Disc Two is expanded with 20 tracks, including 15 previously unreleased tracks sourced from various archives and live BBC Sessions and three unreleased demo tracks ('Thank You Mama,' 'All the Way Down to El Paso' and 'I'm Going Home'). Includes many piano demos, giving a fascinating insight into how the songs developed, none more so than the demo of 'The Greatest Discovery' Features a 28-page booklet with extensive new sleeve notes, period photos and lyrics.

Your Song
I Need You to Turn To
Take Me to the Pilot
No Shoe Strings on Louise
First Episode at Hienton
Sixty Years On
Border Song
Greatest Discovery
King Must Die
Your Song Demo Version
I Need You to Turn to Piano Demo
Take Me to the Pilot Piano Demo
No Shoe Strings on Louise Piano Demo
Sixty Years on Piano Demo
Greatest Discovery Piano Demo
Cage Demo
King Must Die Piano Demo
Rock'N' Roll Madonna Piano Demo
Thank You Mama Piano Demo
All the Way Down to El Paso Piano Demo
I'm Going Home Piano Demo
Grey Seal Piano Demo
Rock'N' Roll Madonna Incomplete Band Demo
Bad Side of the Moon
Grey Seal
Rock'N' Roll Madonna
Border Song Bbc Session
Your Song Bbc Session
Take Me to the Pilot Bbc Session

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