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8 thoughts on “ Take Me To The Pilot - Elton John - Live in Australia (1987) (DVD)

  1. Vojin
    Live in Australia with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, released in , is the twenty-sixth official album release for Elton John. It is a live album recorded at the Sydney Entertainment Centre on 14 December with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.
  2. Dulkree
    It's the only official live DVD from its era (mid '80s), and it features essential footage from his historic performance with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra—the same performance heard on his classic CD, "Elton John Live with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra" (which .
  3. Moogubar
    Backed by the 88 -piece Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Elton's true showmanship really shows, especially on his astonishing performances of "Sixty Years On" and "Take Me To The Pilot". The most famous moment from this concet is Elton's haunting solo performance of "Candle In The Wind".Reviews: 6.
  4. Kezil
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 0/All (Region Free/Worldwide) DVD release of Live in Australia () on Discogs.
  5. Vosida
    This DVD is % Genuine! Candle in the wind. Sorry seems to be the hardest word. Burn down the mission. I'm still standing. The bitch is back. Rocket Man. I need you to turn to. This DVD is % Genuine! Candle in the wind. Sorry seems to be the hardest word. See more Elton John - Live in Australia () DVD.
  6. Kazrashicage
    "Your Song" is a song by English musician Elton John from his self-titled second studio album (). It was written by John and his longtime collaborator Bernie dojurusadorardananilrajas.xyzinfo song was recorded at Trident Studios in London in January and released in the United States in October as the B-side to "Take Me to the Pilot".Both songs received airplay, but "Your Song" was preferred by disc.
  7. Mer
    I want to write about one such song: Elton’s John’s “Take Me to the Pilot. The version I would have heard as a child comes from John’s album Live in Australia, which he recorded with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra conducted by James Newton Howard. I remember first of all being arrested by the cover of the album, a white grand.
  8. Zulusar
    It's the only official live DVD from its era (mid '80s), and it features essential footage from his historic performance with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra—the same performance heard on his classic CD, "Elton John Live with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra" (which Reviews:

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