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Elton John - Greatest Hits 1970-2002

  • List Price: $19.98
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  • Seller:musicshop780
  • Sales Rank:219
  • Format:Original recording remastered
  • Language:English (Unknown)
  • Media:Audio CD
  • Number Of Discs:1
  • Discs:2
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):0.3
  • Dimensions (in):5 x 5.8 x 0.8
  • Release Date:November 12, 2002
  • MPN:6 3 09865708
  • UPC:044006347820
  • EAN:0044006347820
  • ASIN:B00006RAKP
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Features:
  • JOHN ELTON GREATEST HITS 1970-2002 (2CD)

Disc 1 Tracks
  • Your Song
  • Levon
  • Tiny Dancer
  • Rocket Man
  • Honky Cat
  • Crocodile Rock
  • Daniel
  • Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting
  • Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
  • Candle In The Wind
  • Bennie & The Jets
  • Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me
  • The Bitch Is Back
  • Philadelphia Freedom
  • Someone Saved My Life Tonight
  • Island Girl
  • Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word
Disc 2 Tracks
  • Don't Go Breakin' My Heart
  • Little Jeannie
  • I'm Still Standing
  • I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues
  • Sad Songs
  • I Don't Wanna Go On With You Like That
  • Nikita
  • Sacrifice
  • The One
  • Can You Feel The Love Tonight
  • Circle Of Life
  • Believe
  • Blessed
  • Something About The Way You Look Tonight
  • Written In The Stars
  • I Want Love
  • This Train Don't Stop Here Anymore


Editorial Reviews:
Synopsis
There are very, very few artists with the hit power of Sir Elton check out this track listing! Your Song; Rocket Man; Honky Cat; Crocodile Rock; Daniel; Goodbye Yellow Brick Road; Bennie and the Jets; Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me; The Bitch Is Back; Philadelphia Freedom; Someone Saved My Life Tonight; Island Girl; Don't Go Breaking My Heart; Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word; Little Jeannie; I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues; Sad Songs (Say So Much); Nikita; Candle in the Wind; I Don't Wanna Go On with You Like That; Can You Feel the Love Tonight; The One; Something About the Way You Look Tonight -and those are just the Top 10 hits! 34 tracks!
Amazon.com
This is the first attempt to consolidate all of Sir Elton's hit singles, from three labels, in one collection. It once would've required at least four CDs to own the best stuff here. Many think the legendary performer was at his best in the early to mid-'70s, and the incredible string of singles that ran from 1970's "Your Song" through 1977's "Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word" remains mighty impressive. But in retrospect, as they're presented here, '80s hits like "I'm Still Standing" and "Sad Songs" add much to an already amazing legacy. Three Disney tunes, the lush "The One," and two from Songs from the West Coast, which was hailed as a return to those '70s golden days, represent the later years. Collectively, these tracks reinforce the notion that, despite Michael Jackson's later proclamations, John was once the closest thing post-'60s music had to a genuine king of pop, respected by hipsters and the mainstream alike. --Bill Holdship

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