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Here And There (2CD) [Live, Original recording remastered]

Elton John Audio CD
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
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Disc: 1
1. Skyline Pigeon
2. Border Song
3. Take Me To The Pilot
4. Country Comfort
5. Love Song
6. Bad Side Of The Moon
7. Burn Down The Mission
8. Honky Cat
9. Crocodile Rock
10. Candle In The Wind
See all 12 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Funeral For A Friend/Love Lies Bleeding
2. Rocket Man (I Think It's Going To Be A Long Long Time)
3. Take Me To The Pilot
4. Bennie And The Jets
5. Grey Seal
6. Daniel
7. You're So Static
8. Whatever Gets You Thru The Night
9. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
10. I Saw Her Standing There
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5.0 out of 5 stars No Doubt: No better live Elton John Album Exists July 26 1999
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
This CD is absolutely essential for any true Elton John fan. In fact, this may be the greatest live record that Elton has ever released. Listeners get two different perspectives: The rather stuffy, reserved concert in London that took place in front of a British Princess v.s. the rowdy, incomparable American Madison Square Garden crowd. Both CD's offer some of Elton's rare songs (Skyline Pigeon, Border Song, Burn Down the Mission, You're So Static, etc.) None of these, though, compare with the electricity present when John Lennon takes the stage for what would be his final live performance. Lennon's appearance is reason enough to buy the CD but there are plenty of other reasons too. This album paints a picture of Elton on his way to the top, the rising of a rock legend.
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5.0 out of 5 stars His Best Songs Live, and John Lennon, Too April 27 1999
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
Some of his finest songs stretching from his early days to the mid 70's. Has been generously expanded. This gives an accurate interpretation of the Elton John Band live act at the peak of their powers. Highly recommended over later CDs (Live in Australia, etc). And yes, they did play "Funeral For A Friend" live without background tapes!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Very good, but ... Nov. 23 2003
By Matthew
Format:Audio CD
A very good CD, with There (CD2, New York) being slightly more enthusiastic than Here (CD1, England). But, for those only pursuing a live Elton record vice everything Elton, I would strongly strongly recommend Live In Australia (with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra) rather than Here & There. Live In Australia is incredibly powerful all the way through with beautiful songs & outright rock'n'roll. Your choice.
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when i first heard this album-i was blown away by elton and the bands' performance-this is rock and roll at its' finest-no extra background vocalists-no extra background players-just 5 musicians on a stage -singing and playing their hearts out-this is just as good as 11-17-70---just add davey and ray-and man-u got one kicka-- band-i wish i was old enough to see elton then-though i did get into the "rock" tour at shaffer stadium-missed half of it-not because of me-but anyway-if u like rock and roll in its purest form-and elton to me doesn't perform like that anymore-check out this disc-i first bought it as the single disc-which i thought was really good-when they released the double live cd-i was in heaven-hearing songs from that tour like -"bad side of the moon"-"grey seal"-and ofcourse-"burn down the mission"-it was pure ecstasy-makes u wonder why now he has to tour with a 10 piece band-like i said-raw and uncensored rock and roll-just as it should be-how five musicians can emote this much energy and excitement-and nail it with understated precision-just shows u that when a band is in unison-and performing together as a unit-there is no limit to what they are capable of- just remember-elton doesn't duplicate his hits to sound like his album recorded versions-though there are many of them on this cd)-or his non-hits-as in the original recordings-he gives them more life-(sorry-can't find the right adjectives for my expressions tonight)-but if u want some good rock and roll-no pretense-check this out-its hot-oh-did i forget john lennon? Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars What a Great Album Dec 14 2002
Format:Audio CD
This is a great album! Saturday Night is a highlight song. ALso, Burn Down the Mission is incredible. The versions of You're so Static and COuntry Comfort...blow away the studio versions. ELton is the best live performer ever and this album shows his energy, audience connection , and mastery. Elton's full vocal range is shown throughout. Both shows are excellent. I like the London show better but they both rock hard! It is impossible to complain about this album unless you are confused as to what real rock and roll is!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Truly Incredible ! Dec 10 2002
Format:Audio CD
For any fan of Elton John, or popular music in general, this album is a must-have. It personifies an incredible artist at the peak of his career, talent and showmanship. I especially like the Madison Square Garden disc, now with its extra songs, because the audience response AND Elton's response to the audience is truly unbelieveable. One can feel the emotional tie between artist and audience. Musically this album is one of the best. The tightness of his band brings chills. Davey Johnstone's guitar work is not known enough, Dee Murray's bass playing is by far one of the best, Nigel Olsson's DRIVING drumming can make anyone move to the beat and Ray Cooper's extra percussion puts a finishing touch to a literally hard-rocking CD. Besides all of that, the listener gets to experience the last live performance of a musical and historical legend. John Lennon. Young bands and performers of today NEED to buy this album to learn what true showmanship is about. An extremely magical night, Thanksgiving 1974 in fact, that will keep your ears happy. A legendary artist putting on a legendary show. BUY IT!!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Recorded at Elton's Peak Nov. 5 2002
Format:Audio CD
I originally purchased this as an album, and was seriously disappointed. The sound wasn't very good, especially in New York, and it seemed incredibly short. The CD version definitely corrected the second problem, and made some strides in addressing the first. The sound was significantly better in England for the principal reason that the English concert was rather reserved compared to the rowdy raucous American crowd. I also think that Elton responded accordingly, and gave a much more spirited performance in New York.
... This double CD is a flavor of an Elton concert when he was at his peak of popularity. Elton considered "Here and There" a failure because it didn't reach the sales of his previous albums. Looking back, the album "Here and There" was the dividing line between the Elton John that could not fail and the Elton John that lost his creative edge...
However this album commemorates a cross-section of Elton's work that extended from about 1970 to 1974, the year these songs were recorded. And what marvelous songs they are too, including a good version of "Skyline Pigeon", the most memorable song from his "Empty Sky" album. Two other very memorable songs are "Whatever Gets You through the Night" and "I Saw Her Standing There", duets sung with John Lennon, John's last concert appearance...
"Bennie and the Jets" has much more audience support than the original version recorded for "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road", which was Elton's original intent, and so is somewhat improved for that reason.
Overall this two CD set is a very good live album... It is not perfect, but then again there are few live albums that are. I'm not a huge fan of live albums, but I find this one is easy to listen to when I'm in the right mood. Certainly a must-have for any serious Elton John fan, you might want to pass it by if you are not.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Elton at his apex
This is compelling because of the inclusion of John Lennon singing two duets with Elton, neither of which were included on the original vinyl album. Read more
Published on April 9 2004 by Candace Scott
5.0 out of 5 stars Here Today, there tomorrow, never out of style
This 1976 Elton John live lp has been updated on CD. The album, recorded live at two concerts in 1974, is Elton John at his peak. Read more
Published on Oct. 19 2002
5.0 out of 5 stars The best Elton John live supershow!!!!
The year is 1974, and Elton John is a rockstar, a worldwide superstar, a massive hit.The "Here and There"(Original and Remastered) was a fabulous rock album. Read more
Published on June 14 2002 by Daniel Sarti
5.0 out of 5 stars His best live album
This is a 2 disc set of two of the most memorable evenings in the career of Elton John, one from The Royal Festival Hall in London, the other from Madison Square Gardens in New... Read more
Published on Sept. 13 2001 by Gilly Bean
5.0 out of 5 stars Elton Live
Here & There was originally released in 1976 as a single album. The album was comprised of one side of songs from a London show and the other side of songs from a Madison... Read more
Published on July 11 2001 by Thomas Magnum
5.0 out of 5 stars Elton John's Best Live Album
Although Elton John sings with greater conviction and depth on his 1980's live album recorded in Australia, this is by far his best live album. Read more
Published on May 8 2001 by John Kwok
4.0 out of 5 stars No Live in Australia, but really good
I think Elton John should have just left disk one on this live album. The second one is not as good and has little emphasis on the piano. Read more
Published on April 9 2001
5.0 out of 5 stars I was THERE!!
It was Thanksgiving 1974 and I was only 15 and, lucky for me, I happened to be attending my very first concert at Madison Square Garden. Read more
Published on Dec 1 2000 by One lucky gal
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