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Elton John - Country Comfort / Love Song FLAC album

Performer: Elton John
Genre: Rock
Title: Country Comfort / Love Song
Country: New Zealand
Released: 1971
Style: Pop Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1824 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1473 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1147 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 681

Love Songs is a compilation album by British singer-songwriter Elton John. The album was first released on 6 November 1995 by John's own label The Rocket Record Company, in conjunction with Mercury Records. The album was released in North America by MCA Records almost a year after the European release, on 24 September 1996. In the US, it was certified gold in December 1996, platinum in March 1997, 2 platinum in December 1998 and 3 platinum in August 2000 by the RIAA.

Elton John lyrics - 433 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Your Song", "Rocket Man (I Think It's Going To Be A Long Long Time)", "Can You Feel The Love Tonight". album: "Tumbleweed Connection" (1970). Ballad Of A Well Known Gun Come Down In Time Country Comfort Son Of Your Father My Fathers Gun Where To Now St. Peter?

Опубликовано: 10 years ago. COUNTRY COMFORT Elton John Tumbleweed Connection (1970). And it's good old country comfort in my bones Just the sweetest sound my ears have ever known Just an old-fashioned feeling fully-grown Country comfort's any truck that's goin' home. I just Love Nigel's drumming here !! Really tunes that kit perfectly. GREAT SONG ! kudos to gus dudgeon and of course, Bernie!!! 4 months ago. That bass intro is sick.

Elton John’s third album Tumbleweed Connection was released on October 30th, 1970. While the album should not be defined as a country album, the musical structure inherent in the melodic lines, chord changes and lyrical content really sounds like what we now call Americana. The album featured a long roster of musicians including some well-known vocalist such as Dusty Springfield who sang backup vocals. Lesley Duncan’s Love Song, appeared as the second song on side two of the album. While the song was not released as a single from Tumbleweed Connection, it was later issued as single in a new live version from the 1976 LP Here and There. Elton John’s album Blue Moves was released on October 22, 1976. It was the second double album that Elton John had released in his career. His first double album Goodbye Yellow Brick Road had only been released three years earlier.

Elton John - "Skyline Pigeon". John may have sung about "waiting for the day he can spread his wings," but the guy who sang this earnest ballad from his 1969 debut album Empty Sky was already well-formed and ready to take flight - although nobody then could have known the heights he'd reach. 19. Elton John - "I Don't Wanna Go On With You Like That". An ebb-and-flow masterpiece that mixes gentle country comfort with hand-clapping gospel fervor and expertly demonstrated John and Taupin's passion for and understanding of the American idioms they'd admired from across the pond. 9. Elton John - "I'm Still Standing". An upbeat ode to resilience that celebrated John's early 80s resurgence as well as the resumption of his full-time writing partnership with Taupin.

Elton John is the second album by English singer-songwriter Elton John, released in 1970. However, because it was his first album released in America, many people there assumed it was his first album, as Empty Sky was not released in the US until 1975. Elton John includes his breakthrough hit, "Your Song", and helped to establish his career during what was considered the "singer-songwriter" era of popular music. In the US, it was certified gold in February 1971 by the RIAA. In the same year, it was nominated for the Grammy Award for Album of the Year

Dan Dare (Pilot of the Future). Love Song (оригинал Elton John). Песня любви (перевод Алекс из Москвы). The words I have to say. Слова, что я хочу сказать, May well be simple but they're true. Может, они и просты, но зато это правда: Until you give your love.

Tumbleweed Connection. For this third album Elton went in a different direction and, with Bernie Taupin on lyrics, created this concept album about the American West. With out benefit of a single, it peaked at on the Billboard Top 200 chart and on the UK Album chart and has been certified platinum by the RIAA. 3. Country Comfort 5:07. 4. Son Of Your Father 3:49. 5. My Father’s Gun 6:21. 6. Where To Now, St. Peter? 4:11. Talking Old Soldiers 4:04.

Instead of repeating the formula that made Elton John a success, John and Bernie Taupin attempted their most ambitious record to date for the follow-up to their breakthrough. Half of the songs don't follow conventional pop song structures; instead, they flow between verses and vague choruses. These experiments are remarkably successful, primarily because Taupin's lyrics are evocative and John's melodic sense is at its best.

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A Country Comfort
B Love Song
Written-By – Lesley Duncan


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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DJK-4243 Elton John Country Comfort ‎(7", Single) DJM Records DJK-4243 New Zealand 1971
DJK-4243 Elton John Country Comfort ‎(7", Single) DJM Records DJK-4243 Australia 1971
DJK-4243 Elton John Country Comfort ‎(7", Single) DJM Records DJK-4243 New Zealand 1971