Blue Moves-Remastered Import
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Digitally Remastered Edition of Sir Elton's 1976 Double Album Opus that Presented the Elton John Big Band in a Big Way. With Slick Production Down to a Science, John and Bernie Taupin's Compositions Took a Decidedly Darker Tone as their Relationship Became Strained in the Face of Elton's Growing Dependence on Chemical Stimulants and the Pressures of Success. Following an Answer to the Question of his Sexuality in Rolling Stone, his Most Ardent Fans were the Only Ones to Truly Appreciate this LP at the Time of Release. As Time Passes, Critics and Fans Alike Still Come Back to the Fact that Most of These Tracks Are Simply Brilliant. The Opener of "Your Starter For/Tonight" is Simply Breathtaking, the Fun of "Crazy Water" and the Lush Harmonies of "Chameleon" (With Toni Tenille on Backing Vox) as Well as the Stunning "Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word" Are all Highlights of this Work that Still Stands as One of the Highlights of John's Celebrated Career.
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Top Customer Reviews
Anyway it's not his best record but does benefit from some very non-commerical material and even though it's a double album there very little material I find less than decent.
Best Songs: Tonight, Cage the songbird, Sorry Seems..., Between 17..., The Wide Eyed... Chameleon, Someone's Final Song, Idol, and the cover art is worth the price of admission alone!
Most recent customer reviews
the packaging is great, the remastered sound and Japanese CD pressing most welcomed! A very underrated recording, now more enjoyable in better sound. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Rhys Green
excellent cd and lot of good old songs I really love it and I recommand it to all my friendsPublished on Jan. 21 2014 by Claude Couillard
this rates up there as good as captain fantastic or goodbye yellow brick road, but it never got the recognition.Published on Nov. 16 2013 by David R. Shannon
Didn't buy it years ago and always regretted it. Now it's part of my collection and it's a favourite part.Published on Aug. 23 2013 by Paul M Barton
Everthing you like about Elton John....good inbetween album...couple of hits, well "sorry seems to be"(BIG)
Great to listen through the whole album with headphones!!
This is one of Elton's best!Hidden gem's like Chamelon and Crosby and Nash's Harmonies are amazing! That's right crosby and nash! Read morePublished on July 31 2012 by Viner
For those who were either too young (or not yet born) in the mid-70's - it is difficult to find a contemporary analogy to mirror the dominance exhibited by Mr. Read morePublished on Feb. 24 2006 by Tracey Pridham