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Elton John - A Single Man / 21 At 33 album download

Performer:

Elton John

Title:

A Single Man / 21 At 33

Genre:

Rock / Pop

MP3 album size:

1695 mb

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Rating:

4.4 ✱

Style:

Pop Rock

Elton John - A Single Man / 21 At 33 album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Single Man
A1 Shine On Through
Words By, Music By – Elton John, Gary Osborne
3:40
A2 Return To Paradise
Words By, Music By – Elton John, Gary Osborne
4:12
A3 I Don't Care
Words By, Music By – Elton John, Gary Osborne
4:20
A4 Big Dipper
Words By, Music By – Elton John, Gary Osborne
4:00
A5 It Ain't Gonna Be Easy
Words By, Music By – Elton John, Gary Osborne
8:23
B1 Part-Time Love
Written-By – E. John*, G. Osborne*
3:12
B2 Georgia
Written-By – E. John*, G. Osborne*
4:47
B3 Shooting Star
Written-By – E. John*, G. Osborne*
2:43
B4 Madness
Written-By – E. John*, G. Osborne*
6:07
B5 Reverie
Written-By – E. John*
0:52
B6 Song For Guy
Written-By – E. John*
6:34
21 At 33
C1 Chasing The Crown
Written-By – Elton John/Bernie Taupin*
5:36
C2 Little Jeannie
Acoustic Guitar – Richie ZitoArranged By [Brass Arrangements], Alto Saxophone, Piccolo Flute [Piccolo] – Jim HornBacking Vocals [End] – Bill Champlin, Dee Murray, Max Groenthal*Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes/Yamaha CS80] – James Newton HowardFlugelhorn – Jerry HeyOther [Rhythm Ace] – ItselfTrumpet, Trombone – Chuck FindleyWritten-By – Elton John, Gary Osborne
5:15
C3 Sartorial Eloquence
Synthesizer [Electronic Keyboards] – James Newton HowardWritten-By – Elton John, Tom Robinson
4:41
C4 Two Rooms At The End Of The World
Arranged By [Brass Arrangements], Trumpet – Jerry HeyCowbell [Cow Bell], Tambourine – Clive FranksElectric Piano [Yamaha] – Elton JohnTenor Saxophone – Jim HornTrumpet, Trombone – Chuck FindleyWritten-By – Elton John/Bernie Taupin*
5:36
D1 White Lady White Powder
Backing Vocals – Don Henley, Glenn Frey, Timothy B. SchmitBass – Dee MurrayCongas – Lenny CastroElectric Guitar – Richie ZitoWritten-By – Elton John/Bernie Taupin*
4:34
D2 Dear God
Arranged By [Chorale Vocal Section] – Bruce JohnstonElectric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – James Newton HowardOrgan – David PaichTambourine – Clive FranksVocals [Chorale Vocal Section] – Bruce Johnston, Curt Becher, Joe Chemay, Jon Joyce, Peter Noone, Toni TennilleWritten-By – Elton John, Gary Osborne
3:44
D3 Never Gonna Fall In Love Again
Acoustic Guitar – Richie ZitoAlto Saxophone – Richie CannataElectric Guitar – Steve WratherElectric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Synthesizer [Electronic Keyboards] – James Newton HowardWritten-By – Elton John, Tom Robinson
4:05
D4 Take Me Back
Electric Guitar – Richie ZitoElectric Piano [Wurlitzer] – Elton JohnFiddle – Byron BerlineWritten-By – Elton John, Gary Osborne
3:50
D5 Give Me Love
Arranged By [Brass Arrangement] – Jerry HeyArranged By [String Arrangement] – David FosterBacking Vocals – Bill ChamplinCongas – Lenny CastroPiano – James Newton HowardPiano [Overdubbed] – Elton JohnTenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax] – Larry WilliamsTrombone – Bill Reichenbach Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Jerry Hey, Larry HallWritten-By – Elton John, Judie Tzuke
5:20

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Frank N. Stein Productions Ltd.
  • Marketed By – PolyGram Records
  • Marketed By – Phonogram
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – William A. Bong Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rocket Records Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sackville Productions Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Rocket Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Castle
  • Published By – Copyright Control

Credits

  • Art Direction – George Osaki (tracks: C1 to D5), Norman Moore (tracks: C1 to D5)
  • Backing Vocals – Carmen Twillie (tracks: C1, C3, D2, D5), Elton John (tracks: C2, C4, D3, D4), Stephanie Spruill (tracks: C1, C3, D2), Venette Gloud (tracks: C1, C3, D2, D5)
  • Bass – Reggie McBride (tracks: C1 to C4, D2 to D5)
  • Cover [Concept], Design – Norman Moore (tracks: C1 to D5)
  • Drums – Alvin Taylor (tracks: C1, C3, C4, D2 to D5), Nigel Olsson (tracks: C2, D1)
  • Electric Guitar – Steve Lukather (tracks: C1, C3, C4, D2, D5)
  • Photography By – Jim Shea (tracks: C1 to D5)
  • Piano – Elton John (tracks: C1, C3, D1, D2)
  • Producer – Clive Franks, Elton John
  • Tambourine – Victor Feldman (tracks: C1, C3, D1, D4)

Notes

Originally marketed as "Nice Price" 'twofer' set of the two albums.
Both LPs produced for Frank-N-Stein Productions Ltd.

LP1 (Category 9103 500 applies for this LP):
Gatefold sleeve.
On LP1 sleeve:
Marketed in Australia by PolyGram Records under Exclusive licence.
Marketed by Phonogram
On LP1 labels:
℗ 1978 William A. Bong Ltd.
Publisher: Castle

LP2 (Category 9103 511 applies for this LP):
Includes a lyrics/credits insert.
On LP2 sleeve:
℗ Copyright 1980 Rocket Records Ltd./Sound recording made by Rocket Records Ltd. - first published 1980 in U.K./Marketed in Australia by PolyGram Records under Exclusive licence.
On LP2 labels:
℗ 1980 Sackville Productions Ltd.
Publishers:
Castle: C1 to C3, D2 to D5
C/C: C4, D1

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A handwritten runouts): .....9103500-A 7138 700,...
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B handwritten runouts): .....9103500-B 7139 700.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C handwritten runouts): .............9103511-A. 8350-700
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D handwritten runouts): .........9103511-B... 8351-700

21 at 33 is the fourteenth studio album by Elton John. Including other releases (three compilation albums, two live albums, one film soundtrack and one EP) it is the 21st official release, and was released when Elton John was 33 years old; hence the title.

A Single Man. September 13, 1977. 21 At 33. Elton’s 14th studio album peaked at in the UK. It reached on the Billboard Top 200 chart and has been certified gold by the RIAA. This album saw one track, Little Jeannie, rocket to a position on the Adult Contemporary chart while also reaching on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. hasing The Crown5:38. artorial Eloquence4:42.

Elton John - Sartorial Eloquence (1980) With Lyrics!

Complete your Elton John collection. This release is different from the original album, the B1 and B2 tracks aren't the above listed. B1 is "Conquer The Sun" (B-side of the single "Little Jeannie") B2 is "White Man Danger" (B-side of the single "Sartorial Eloquence") Rispondi Avvertimi 1 Helpful. modificato over 6 years ago riferendosi a 21 At 33, LP, Album, 9103 511.

About 21 At 33 album. Album 21 At 33 (1980). Label The Rocket Record Company. Carmen Twillie, Stephanie Spruill, Venette Gloud. Richie Zito, Steve Lukather. 9. Captain Fantastic And The Brown Dirt Cowboy.

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Elton John – 21 At 33 (album). 2004 Peachtree Road - Elton John (club14007224) – My Elusive Drug. 1992 Rare Masters (CD2) - Elton John (club14007224) – One Day At A Time. 1993 Duets - Elton John (club14007224) – Duets For One (Elton John Solo). 2007 Rocket Man (The Definitive Hits) - Elton John (club14007224) – Saturday Nights Alright (For Fighting). Elton John (1980 - 21 At 33) – Never Gonna Fall In Love Again. 1992 Rare Masters (CD1) - Elton John (club14007224) – Seasons.

Elton John singles discography. The singles discography of British writer Elton John consists of 133 official singles and 17 as featured artist, as well as 47 other non-single guest appearances. Across his career, John has yielded 57 top 40 hits in the United States, second only to Elvis Presley in total, with 27 of those hitting the top ten and 9 achieving number-one

After a dozen albums with lyrical collaborator Bernie Taupin, A Single Man (1978) represents Elton John's first full-length release away from their decade-long partnership. John's initial intent was to complete work on a Taupin-era remnant that had been on the back burner, titled Ego. However, he found himself with some interesting melodies and eventually teamed up with former Vigrass & Osborne member Gary Osborne. Also contributing to this album's different approach is producer Gus Dudgeon - who had worked with John as far back as his debut long-player, Empty Sky (1969).

But he certainly had hit a creative drought with 1976's Blue Moves, a turgid double album that found Elton and his partner Bernie Taupin barely able to write a side's worth of memorable material. John took a couple of years off and reemerged with a new lyricist, name of Gary Osbourne, who was certainly more straightforward than Taupin, but not as inspired.

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