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Elton John


Sunday, March 25 2007

Elton John: Rocket Man: Number Ones

Without a doubt, Elton John is a rocket man who is still in ship shape.

Thursday, October 5 2006

Elton John: The Captain & The Kid

In seeking to replicate the effect of their classic 1975 album Captain Fantastic & the Brown Dirt Cowboy, John and Taupin have only succeeded in shining a spotlight on their own inadequacies.

Wednesday, December 1 2004

Elton John: Peachtree Road

This all might be formulaic schlock, but it's expertly played and produced schlock by a master of the form, and he should be awarded some points for that.

Thursday, January 30 2003

Elton John: Greatest Hits 1970-2002


Friday, June 7 2013

Counterbalance No. 132: Elton John's 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road'

We bet that the 132nd most acclaimed album of all time will shoot down your plane, and it’ll take a couple vodka and limes to set you on your feet again. Counterbalance hunts the horny-backed toad with Sir Elton’s 1973 blockbuster.


Tuesday, February 8 2011

Elton John takes a surprising turn with 'Gnomeo & Juliet'

LOS ANGELES — The image of Elton John in bejeweled stacked shoes, garish glasses and colorful costumes will forever be a part of the 1970s. But

Wednesday, December 1 2010

Elton John & Leon Russell are the latest artists to showcase an LP in concert

LOS ANGELES — When Elton John stopped in Los Angeles last month on his latest concert tour, he came in with one of the biggest storehouses

Tuesday, October 12 2010

Elton John & Leon Russell: keyboard colleagues

LOS ANGELES — Few people can get away with telling an anecdote about being on safari in Africa and make it sound like a trip to

Friday, October 8 2010

Leon Russell on Elton John, crystal radio sets, and playing piano for Phil Spector

When Leon Russell was in the midst of what possibly was the busiest period in his life, he was often referred to by the musicians

Wednesday, March 17 2010

When Elton met Billy: John recalls his emotional introduction to 'Billy Elliott'

CHICAGO — In 2000, Elton John walked, unannounced, into a second-tier screening room at the Cannes International Film Festival. No rock-star arrangements had been made, no security

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