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29. Aug. 2023 · Elton John live at Koseinenkin Hall in Tokyo, Japan on October 11, 1971. I restored the audio by adding compression, EQ, and soft reverb to add to the concert atmosphere. ...more ...more
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Vor 3 Tagen · Diese Diskografie ist eine Übersicht über die musikalischen Werke des britischen Sängers, Komponisten und Pianisten Elton John. Den Quellenangaben zufolge hat er bisher 350 bis 450 Millionen Tonträger verkauft, davon alleine in seiner Heimat über 46,2 Millionen. Seine erfolgreichste Veröffentlichung ist die Single Candle in the ...
- Early Landmarks
- Stadium & Arena Extravaganzas
- Globe-Trotting Adventures
- 21st Century Spectacles
Troubadour, Los Angeles, August 25, 1970
The famous US live debut of a terrified but determined 23-year-old came on the summer night on which he arrived in the American consciousness. It came after he signed for that market to Uni Records and was invited to open for one of his own unsung favorites, David Ackles. But with some pulling of strings by the label, the bill was reversed, leaving Elton to headline for an audience including Quincy Jones, Brian Wilson and Mike Love of the Beach Boys, all of Crosby, Stills & Nash, Linda Ronsta...
Royal Festival Hall, London, February 5, 1972
John was still touring the Madman Across The Water album, released only three months earlier and still in the US top 20, when they introduced his upcoming fifth LP, Honky Château. The setting, perhaps Elton’s most prestigious to date, was London’s august Royal Festival Hall. The show opened with the rendition of the still-unreleased “Rocket Man (I Think It’s Going To Be A Long, Long Time)” that you see here, but also included existing staples such as “Border Song,” “Tiny Dancer” and “Your Son...
Madison Square Garden, New York, November 28, 1974
A show that still ranks highly among Elton’s own wealth of cherished memories. He had first played at Madison Square Garden the year before, but this first of a two-night run was the celebrated occasion on which he persuaded his friend John Lennon to join the band on stage. The Beatlewas, nervously, keeping a promise he made at the time of the pair’s collaboration on “Whatever Gets You Thru The Night,” when Lennon vowed to appear live with Elton if the song made No.1 in the US. No one could d...
Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, October 25, 1975
As the engagements got bigger, so Elton’s performances and costumes grew more outlandish. In two famous concerts, he became the first act to perform at Dodger Stadium since The Beatles in 1966, playing for a total of 100,000 people in the largest shows ever staged by a solo artist at the time. His parents, other relatives and neighbours and Rocket Records staffers were all flown in especially from London. Emmylou Harris and her band and the James Gang, featuring Joe Walsh, entertained the cro...
Live Aid, Wembley Stadium, July 13, 1985
The so-called “Global Jukebox”changed music and the way we consume it, not to mention its achievements on behalf of starving millions in Africa. Live Aid has become most readily signified and illustrated by Queen’s unforgettable performance in the Wembley Stadium portion of the global fundraiser. But a couple of hours after they took to the stage, at 8.50pm local time, Elton arrived and, with the help of Wham! and Kiki Dee, helped towards the astonishing telethon total of $127 million raised,...
Rossiya Concert Hall, Moscow, May 28, 1979
Now available on UMe’s Live From Moscow album, this historic show on his A Single Mantour made Elton the first major Western star to play behind the Iron Curtain. As he performed solo and with percussionist Ray Cooper, the boundary-crossing performance (broadcast in the UK on BBC Radio 1 at the time) broadened his worldwide appeal even further. “I can honestly say it has been one of the best experiences of my life,” Elton said after the Rossiya Hall concert. “It was one of the most memorable...
Sydney Entertainment Centre, Australia, December 1-14, 1986
This remake of one of Elton’s signature ballads came from his run of shows in the first half of December, on his 26-date Tour De Forceof Australia and New Zealand. This time around, the wigs in his wardrobe included Mozart, a mohawk, and Tina Turner. Sterling accompaniment came from the 88-piece Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. Despite a rough-voiced John suffering from severe throat problems during the run of shows, the performance of “Candle In The Wind” made the song a UK hit single for the s...
Madison Square Garden, New York, October 20, 2000
This performance at what, by now, was one of Elton’s regular haunts, was turned into the One Night Onlyalbum in what was then record time. It was released as an album, and an extended DVD, just three weeks after the event, an unheard-of turnaround at the time, with expert and nimble-fingered production by Phil Ramone. As at Live Aid, Kiki Dee was again on hand to reprise “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart,” in a glittering show that also featured guest appearances by Ronan Keating, Bryan Adams, Anas...
Colosseum, Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, 2012
Elton’s first residency in Las Vegas, The Red Piano, extended to 247 shows between 2004 and 2009. But then in 2011, he mounted a second extravaganza in Sin City, The Million Dollar Piano, this time over a seven-year period (but “only” 197 shows). This performance in the Colosseum series sees Elton and his band revisiting one of his most soulful anthems of the 1970s. Vintagerock.com’s review of the subsequent DVD release said admiringly that it was “worthy of the man’s larger-than-life histori...
Botanic Park, Adelaide, December 4-5, 2019
Elton’s Farewell Yellow Brick Roadtour opened in September 2018 and had already grossed over $125 million by the end of its first leg just six months later. Here we see highlights of his soldout Adelaide shows; the vast Australasian leg continued all the way into March 2020, before even he had to return to the pavilion, as coronavirus put paid to the schedule for the rest of the year.
12. Sept. 2023 · ブリティッシュ・ポップ・ミュージック・シーンを代表するシンガー・ソングライターのエルトン・ジョン。 1969年にデビューして以来'Your Song'、'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road'といった多数のヒット曲&アルバム、さらには故ダイアナ妃に捧げた'Candle In The Wind'によって頂点を極める。...
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14. Sept. 2023 · Elton John - Elton At 60: Live At Madison Square Garden. Auf vielfachen Wunsch: das Geburtstagskonzert vom 25. März 2007, zugleich Eltons 60. Auftritt im Madison Square Garden, im Publikum...
6. Sept. 2023 · 345K views 7 years ago. Elton performs his classic hit 'Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting)' at a surprise show on the Sunset Strip, West Hollywood. This special concert celebrated the...
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