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Elton John Original recording remastered
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His self-titled, 1970 debut, with the hits Your Song and Border Song .
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Top Customer Reviews
This is truly a great album. The lyrics are so passionate and intensely emotional. He and the lyricist Bernie Taupin together produced some of the most memorable songs of all times. This album was before their music became overly commercial.
This album has historic value since it stands as Elton's recorded debut on electric piano. It was also the first in a string of 70's albums and hits that would follow.
I highly recommend this album as it showcases Elton's less flamboyant side which I found most refreshing. Softer ballads, catchy melodies, more subdued performances and insane piano make this an essential Elton John recording.
A great album to add to your collection, classic Elton John.
Most recent customer reviews
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
I had it on vinyl years ago and enjoyed it so it was great to find it on C DPublished on July 31 2013 by Glen Shaw
As music, this Elton John album gets a 5. Sound wise, a two just because it is on a compact disc. Read further as to why I feel this way. Read morePublished on May 21 2013 by Joanne L. Korek
I truly enjoyed this remastering of one of Elton John's classic album. This SACD proves that properly remastered 8 tracks tapes from years ago can yield outstanding results. Read morePublished on July 17 2010 by Daphne Poirier
Quite a strong second release for Elton John. For American audiences this was his debut as most people did not hear Empty Sky for several years. Read morePublished on Feb. 14 2004 by G. J Wiener
1970's "Elton John" is a terrific album that announced the dawning of a new decade's biggest star in neon lights. Read morePublished on Jan. 24 2004 by Bill Slocum