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4 WITH Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead soaring up the charts, will Elton John be asked to play Goodbye Yellow Brick Road at next week's Diana-style funeral?
I WROTE A BOOK Goodbye Yellow Brick Road by Alan Boyd "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road is the story of our family giving up a secure and stable life to go manage a cafe bar in Benidorm, Spain.
Elton's gang of grey haired musicians may look ready to be put out to pasture but these vigorous veterans roll back the years as they thunder through all the classics including Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Tiny Dancer, Sacrifice and Candle In The Wind.
There's a distinct early Seventies feel to the album; nods to the sun-kissed songwriting on Carole King's Tapestry, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road by Elton John (now a friend of Wainwright's), Hunky Dory-era David Bowie and the less bombastic end of Queen's catalogue.
15 Leicester When Elton John and Bernie Taupin were bursting on to the scene with their superb album Goodbye Yellow Brick Road in 1973, Bennie and the Jets was one of their most popular hits.
The songs, on the other hand - Rocket Man, That's Why They Call It The Blues, Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word (it's not, flockynockynihilipilification is), Goodbye Yellow Brick Road - can't possibly fail to disappoint.
00 matt: goodbye yellow brick road @Jdarrenwaters: Because everyone else is so shudderingly awful, he seems quite good.
CAPTION(S): Teresa's signed copy of Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Elton John fans Teresa John, left, and her daughter Ceri John