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sábado, 19 de junho de 2010

12 Songs Elton John Sang at Rush Limbaugh's Wedding


 

viernes 18 de junio de 2010

http://rockclasicocalin.blogspot.com/2010/06/elton-john-billy-joel-piano-men-live-in.html

Elton John & Billy Joel - The Piano Men Live in Tokyo

 
 




Sinopsis:
Two Superstar Piano Men - Billy Joel and Sir Elton John -  together in one hard-rocking, deftly shot Concert,  featuring amazing Duets and greatest Hits from two of the  greatest Pop Catalogues.

 Filmed before a huge, rapt Audience at the Tokyo Dome, the  Concert begins with two gorgeous Duets: Elton's "Your Song"  and "Don't let the Sun go down on me", with the Stars  trading Berses to great Effect. Billy rocks the Tokyo Dome  with a String of his own unforgettable Hits, from "The  Stranger" to "I go to Extremes" - and pays Homage to Elton  with a soaring Interpretation of "Candle in the Wind".

 The Duets get really intense with "My Life", where Elton  belts out the Verses with utter Conviction, even while  cracking Billy up by wearing a Mask. The two stay together  for a showstopping Lineup of "Bitch is back", "You may be  right", and - appropriately enough - "Piano Man". A  glittering Evening of incredible Song, hard-driving Music,  and the Collaboration of Pop Giants.

Country : Japan
Tiime: 78 min
Recorded at the Tokyo Dome, Japan, March 31, 1998
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Width: 720 pixels
Height: 480 pixels
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Tracks list:

Elton John & Billy Joel:

1 Your Song
2 Don't let the Sun go down on me

Billy Joel:

3 Angry young Man
4 The Stranger
5 Just the Way you are
6 Allentown
7 I go to Extremes

Elton John & Billy Joel:

8 My Life

Billy Joel:

9 The River of Dreams
10 Candle in the Wind
11 It's still Rock and Roll to me
12 Big Shot

Elton John & Billy Joel:

13 The Bitch is back
14 You may be right

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Elton John aside, Israel feeling isolated

http://www.sfexaminer.com/world/elton-john-may-rock-in-israel-but-israelis-feel-sting-of-growing-international-isolation-96645994.html


By: ARON HELLER
Associated Press
06/18/10 3:14 PM PDT

Israelis gather to watch British singer and songwriter Sir Elton John's concert at the Ramat Gan stadium near Tel Aviv, Israel, Thursday, June 17, 2010. Various artists have recently come under heavy pressure from activists to boycott Israel because of its treatment of the Palestinians. Elvis Costello recently canceled a planned concert to protest Israeli policies. Others, such as Elton John and Rod Stewart, are still planning to play Israel this summer. (ASSOCIATED PRESS)

 
TEL AVIV, ISRAEL — Pounding his piano in blue-tinted sunglasses before nearly 50,000 screaming fans, Elton John took center stage in a battle over Israel's image.
The legendary British rocker's concert on Thursday night followed a string of cancellations by artists like Elvis Costello and the Pixies. Resisting a growing wave of calls from pro-Palestinian activists to boycott the Jewish state, John gave Israelis a rare reason to smile amid their increasing sense of international isolation.
"Ain't gonna stop me from coming here, baby," he told the cheering crowd in Tel Aviv, saying he believed music spread peace and brought people together: "That is what we do. We do not cherry-pick our consciences, OK?" he added, in an apparent swipe at the artists who have canceled concerts in Israel.
John's concert was notable precisely because Israel seems to be losing the battle against the country's isolation worldwide. That isolation was exacerbated after Israel's May 31 naval raid on a flotilla trying to break the blockade of Gaza spiraled into violence that left nine Turkish activists dead in a clash with the troops.
Ecuador, South Africa and Turkey recalled their ambassadors and Nicaragua broke off diplomatic relations following the raid. Vietnam put off a visit by Israel's president, Greece suspended military exercises and Swedish dockworkers launched a weeklong boycott of Israeli ships and goods. Even the United States, Israel's closest ally, criticized the raid and forced Israel to set up a panel with two foreign observers to investigate the raid.
Many in Israel, including in the country's leadership, have concluded that the war over world opinion is lost, said Israeli commentator Ronen Bergman. He said the "siege mentality" mindset was dangerous, particularly for a nation seeking to rally world support against what Israel sees as an existential threat — Iran's nuclear program.
Many in Israel blame the country's public diplomacy mechanism for not explaining itself properly and for being outmaneuvered in the media, but Bergman said this largely misses the point. "The problem is not with the marketing. The problem is with the product and the product is damaged. You can't market occupation," Bergman said, referring to Israel's 43 years of control over the Palestinians.
A small French cinema chain postponed a showing of an Israeli comedy and replaced it with a documentary about an American student crushed to death by a bulldozer in 2003 in Gaza, drawing condemnations from some French newspapers and French Culture Minister Frederic Mitterrand.
Israeli singer Dana International was scheduled to perform at a gay pride parade in Spain, but saw her concert canceled due to pressure from pro-Palestinian organizations.
Musicians like Costello and the Pixies bowed to online pressure and canceled gigs in Israel. John was targeted as well, but vowed to play on.
"I have always believed that music inhabits a world set apart from politics, religious differences or prejudice of any kind," he said in a statement before coming to Tel Aviv.
Amid the swell of condemnations that have followed the flotilla deaths, Israel has tried to fight back by posting video clips showing its soldiers being attacked by the Turkish activists and reaching out to individuals around the world to help present its case.
A group of Israelis posted a hit YouTube clip parodying the flotilla activists as terrorists posing as peace activists. "We Conned the World," they sang with weapons in hands, to the tune of "We Are The World."
But those efforts seem to have had little effect, and that, in turn, has led many Israelis to feel that getting a fair shake internationally has become lost cause.
"There is a point where even Israelis who are critical of their government say, 'The world has gone mad and the fact that everyone thinks one thing doesn't make it right,'" said Eytan Schwartz, an Israeli activist who launched a Facebook campaign to urge John not to cancel his appearance.
Former dovish lawmaker Yossi Beilin said Israelis should be glad they are held to a higher standard. "God forbid if people would look at Israel the way they look at Pakistan or Somalia or Sudan or Kyrgyzstan," he said.
Public polls showing support for the government's handling of the flotilla affair and the rejection of its critics highlights the gap between how the Israeli society views itself and how the rest of the world does. Israelis overwhelmingly see the naval blockade of Gaza, aimed at keeping weapons from reaching the territory's Hamas militant rulers, as justified. To most, the flotilla was a violent provocation that endangered the lives of soldiers sent to stop the Gaza-bound boats.
Israeli efforts to divert the international discussion from the occupation of the West Bank and the blockade of Gaza have largely failed.
Israel's leadership now seems to be changing course.
On Thursday, the same day Elton John performed, Israel agreed to ease its land blockade on Gaza and allow more goods in. Defense Minister Ehud Barak told Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that Israel must present a "daring and assertive political initiative" to emerge from its isolation, Barak's office said.
Beilin, a veteran peace negotiator, said Israel's isolation was even more acute in the 1970s and improved only when it made peace with Egypt in 1979. He said the current situation was reversible with a sincere peace effort.
"The fact that we are so isolated needs a solution and the solution will not be by telling ourselves that we are OK," he said. "If we do not initiate something with the peace process, we are doomed."

Read more at the San Francisco Examiner: http://www.sfexaminer.com/world/elton-john-may-rock-in-israel-but-israelis-feel-sting-of-growing-international-isolation-96645994.html#ixzz0rKHYUjUD



 

New level of respect for Elton John


http://wizbangblog.com/content/2010/06/18/newfound-respect-for-elton-john.php

Posted by Kim Priestap
 

Published: June 18, 2010 - 5:43 PM
I have been a fan of Elton John's for as long as I can remember. Rocket Man, Your Song, Tiny Dancer, and Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me are some of my absolute favorites. When I heard he was booked to play at Rush Limbaugh's wedding, I was impressed that he bucked the popular trend held by liberals today by refusing to define himself by his politics. Sir Elton has shown backbone once again when he refused to cave to political pressure from other liberal musicians and artists who canceled their Israel concerts as a show of solidarity with the Palestinians. But he didn't stop there. Not only did he keep his performance, but he announced while on stage during the concert that the cancellations were not going to stop him from performing in Israel:
British musician Elton John delighted Israelis by giving a concert in Tel Aviv after a string of cancelations by other world-famous artists.
The singer resisted a growing wave of calls from pro-Palestintian activists to boycott the concert and played to nearly 50,000 screaming fans.
Elton John told the crowd that nothing could have stopped him from coming. He said musicians spread love and bring people together and do not, in his words, "cherry-pick" their conscience - an apparent swipe at the artists who have canceled concerts in Israel.
Among those who canceled events in recent weeks were Elvis Costello, The Pixies, and Santana.

When he was asked about playing at Rush Limbaugh's wedding, he said, "[l]ife is about building bridges, not walls." Evidently, that is not just a line to him; he lives it. How refreshing.
I think I'll download a few Elton John songs onto my iPod this weekend.
About The Author:
Kim Priestap is a freelance writer, blogger extraordinaire, wife, and mom to three wild and wacky kids. In addition to blogging at Wizbang, she also writes at her personal political blog KimPriestap: No-nonsense conservative opinion.
You can follow Kim on Twitter at @KimPriestap.



British singer Elton John performs during a concert ...


Elton John Rocks Israel Despite Gaza Raid Fallout

http://www.spinner.com/2010/06/18/elton-john-israel-concert/


 


While some artists have changed their minds about playing in Israel after the deadly Gaza flotilla raid, Elton John made sure his show still went on. As NPR reports, the legendary piano rocker performed Thursday night in front of approximately 50,000 music fans at Ramat Gan Stadium in Tel Aviv.

Wearing blue shades, John told the crowd nothing was going to stop him from playing the show and even called out those artists who canceled their shows. "We do not cherry-pick our consciences," John said before playing his 1972 hit, 'Crocodile Rock.'

The Pixies and Elvis Costello recently called off their shows due to the fallout from the raid. Rod Stewart is scheduled to play in Tel Aviv on June 30 and has every intention to go on with his show.
 




Sergio A. Ortizat 6-18-2010

I used to be a fan of Elton John. But after he decided to give the concert in Israel I will never again play any of his songs. Nor will I buy another of his CDs or watch anything about him on Television. And I am from the Caribbean. But I hold to the belief that the children in Gaza have nothing to do with Israel's blockade and I will not support anyone that acts as if nothing had happened.

Sergio

JRSat 6-18-2010

How wonderful for you, to follow your conscience, unburdened by annoying facts or history. So, what about the children of Israel? Do you also refrain from buying goods made in Gaza, in solidarity w/the many innocent Israelis destroyed by Hamas terror? Those Israelis were, in many cases, eating in restaurants, dancing at clubs or just shopping---not viciously attacking Palestinians with knives & clubs while sailing on a "mission of peace."
You ignorant hypocrite.


paul rosenbaumat 6-18-2010

Sergio,

True it is a shame that children are suffering because of the blockade. However there would never have been a blockade if Hamas did not attack Israel with thousands of rockets after Israel pulled out of Gaza.
As for children suffering. What about the Israely children forced to sleep in bomb shelters and being traumatized by the bombardment they suffered for years until Israel finally retaliated.
Before you condemm anyones action first get your facts straight. As Benjamin Natenyahu once said, if Hamas put down their weapons there would be peace. If Israel put down it's weapons there would be no more Israel.
Peace to you,
Paul


NPat 6-18-2010

Bravo to Elton!

Music should cross borders so that soldiers don't have to.



Jano Charbelat 6-18-2010

It's sad, but not surprising to see Elton John performing in Apartheid Israel; he did, after all, perform in Apartheid South Africa (1983) - despite calls to boycott that racist and unjust system of land-theft, occupation and subjugation.

His actions are inexcusable and prove that he has no political conscience whatsoever. I have lost every bit of respect for Elton John.

I wholeheartedly support the call for a Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions upon Apartheid Israel - and upon pro-Apartheid Elton John.

Shame on you Elton John,
Jano


mathewat 6-18-2010

Two groups live in Israel & are subjected to totally different legal systems.

The Palestinians are stateless and lack many of the most basic human rights.

By sharp contrast, all Jews -- whether they live in the occupied territories or in Israel -- are citizens of the state of Israel.

A state of Apartheid recognized Worldwide

Shame on "Artists" who literately can't see it



Ronat 6-18-2010

When Elton John went to the Soviet Union as the first Western pop musician in the 70s, he did not go there to support the regime but to play his music to the Soviet audience who was trapped behind the Iron Curtain ignorant of what was happening in the West artistically.

He was not pro-communist or pro-apartheid. He was a genuine musician who has always believed that music builds bridges between people beyond the narrow confines of politics.

Music breaks barriers and has no borders.

I have always had great respect for Elton, for his unique and incomparable contribution to music for over four decades, his commitment to the fight against AIDS, and for being a role model and a sponsor for the rights of gay men and women around the world.






Elton John aside, Israelis feel growing isolation


http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100618/ap_on_en_mu/ml_isolated_israel

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By ARON HELLER, Associated Press Writer Aron Heller, Associated Press Writer Fri Jun 18, 8:58 am ET
TEL AVIV, Israel – Pounding his piano in blue-tinted sunglasses before nearly 50,000 screaming fans, Elton John took center stage in a battle over Israel's image.The legendary British rocker's concert on Thursday night followed a string of cancellations by artists like Elvis Costello and the Pixies. Resisting a growing wave of calls from pro-Palestinian activists to boycott the Jewish state, John gave Israelis a rare reason to smile amid their increasing sense of international isolation.
"Ain't gonna stop me from coming here, baby," he told the cheering crowd in Tel Aviv, saying he believed music should spread peace and bring people together: "That is what we do. We do not cherry-pick our consciences, OK?" he added, in an apparent swipe at the artists who have canceled concerts in Israel.
John's concert was notable precisely because Israel seems to be losing the battle against the country's isolation worldwide. That isolation was exacerbated after Israel's May 31 naval raid on a flotilla trying to break the blockade of Gaza spiraled into violence that left nine Turkish activists dead in a clash with troops.
Ecuador, South Africa and Turkey recalled their ambassadors and Nicaragua broke off diplomatic relations following the raid. Vietnam put off a visit by Israel's president, Greece suspended a military exercise and Swedish dockworkers launched a weeklong boycott of Israeli ships and goods. Even the United States, Israel's closest ally, criticized the raid and forced Israel to set up a panel with two foreign observers to investigate the raid.
Many in Israel, including in the country's leadership, have concluded that the war over world opinion is lost, said Israeli commentator Ronen Bergman. He said the "siege mentality" mindset was dangerous, particularly for a nation seeking to rally world support against what Israel sees as an existential threat — Iran's nuclear program.
Many in Israel blame the country's public diplomacy mechanism for not explaining itself properly and for being outmaneuvered in the media, but Bergman said this largely misses the point. "The problem is not with the marketing. The problem is with the product and the product is damaged. You can't market occupation," Bergman said, referring to Israel's 43 years of control over the Palestinians.
A small French cinema chain postponed a showing of an Israeli comedy and replaced it with a documentary about an American student crushed to death by an Israeli army bulldozer during a 2003 Gaza protest, drawing condemnations from some French newspapers and French Culture Minister Frederic Mitterrand.
Israeli singer Dana International was scheduled to perform at a gay pride parade in Spain, but saw her concert canceled due to pressure from pro-Palestinian organizations.
Musicians like Costello and the Pixies bowed to online pressure and canceled gigs in Israel. John was targeted as well, but vowed to play on.
"I have always believed that music inhabits a world set apart from politics, religious differences or prejudice of any kind," he said in a statement before coming to Tel Aviv.
Amid the swell of condemnations that have followed the flotilla deaths, Israel has tried to fight back by posting video clips showing its soldiers being attacked by the Turkish activists and reaching out to individuals around the world to help present its case.
A group of Israelis posted a hit YouTube clip — viewed by more than 2 million people — parodying the flotilla activists as terrorists posing as peace activists. "We Conned the World," they sang with weapons in hands, to the tune of "We Are The World."
But those efforts seem to have had little effect, and that, in turn, has led many Israelis to feel that getting a fair shake internationally has become a lost cause.
"There is a point where even Israelis who are critical of their government say, 'The world has gone mad and the fact that everyone thinks one thing doesn't make it right,'" said Eytan Schwartz, an Israeli activist who launched a Facebook campaign to urge John not to cancel his appearance.
"We earned a lot of the criticism, but it is not about that," he said. "This is about a double standard, about being hypocritical."
Former dovish lawmaker Yossi Beilin said Israelis should be glad they are held to a higher standard. "God forbid if people would look at Israel the way they look at Pakistan or Somalia or Sudan or Kyrgyzstan," he said.
Public polls showing support for the government's handling of the flotilla affair and the rejection of its critics highlights the gap between how the Israeli society views itself and how the rest of the world does. Israelis overwhelmingly see the naval blockade of Gaza, aimed at keeping weapons from reaching the territory's Hamas militant rulers, as justified. To most, the flotilla was a violent provocation that endangered the lives of soldiers sent to stop the Gaza-bound boats.
Israeli efforts to divert the international discussion from the occupation of the West Bank and the blockade of Gaza have largely failed.
Israel's leadership now seems to be changing course.
On Thursday, the same day Elton John performed, Israel agreed to ease its land blockade on Gaza and allow more goods in. Defense Minister Ehud Barak told Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that Israel must present a "daring and assertive political initiative" to emerge from its isolation, Barak's office said.
Beilin, a veteran peace negotiator, said Israel's isolation was even more acute in the 1970s and improved only when it made peace with Egypt in 1979. He said the current situation was reversible with a sincere peace effort.
"The fact that we are so isolated needs a solution and the solution will not be by telling ourselves that we are OK," he said. "If we do not initiate something with the peace process, we are doomed."
(This version CORRECTS figure of YouTube clip viewers to 2 million. )



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How Rush got Elton



http://dyn.politico.com/members/forums/thread.cfm?catid=17&subcatid=58&threadid=4168723


After a break for his honeymoon, Rush Limbaugh returned to the airwaves this week. And yes, he dished about his wedding—especially Elton John's performance there, and how it happened.

There was quite a bit of luck—good and bad—involved in making it all happen, Limbaugh explained on Tuesday. Limbaugh's then-bride-to-be had revealed that to him that what she wanted most for their nuptials was to have John perform. Fortunately, when Limbaugh took a trip to Hawaii last December, the general manager of the Kahala Hotel on Oahu told him that Elton John was in the suite right above his own room.

"We still hadn't resolved [John playing], so I went out on our little patio deck 'cause his was right above, and I started singing Elton John songs standing there, hoping he would hear," Limbaugh explained.

"I'm singing, 'Little Jeannieeee,' and whatever Elton John songs I could think of, and didn't hear a word. Then the medical emergency happens," he said. Limbaugh was then rushed to the hospital.

When he returned after three days, the manager told Limbaugh that John had been asking about him, prompting him to ask, "Was he hoping I didn't survive?" When Limbaugh was told that John wanted to make sure he was okay, a light bulb went-off: Limbaugh had his fiancee write John a letter asking about the wedding.

At the wedding, John himself told the story about the invitation to perform, which Limbaugh recounted on his show.

After hearing about the offer, John's agent said, "Well, I know you won't want to do it. How do you want to handle it?," Limbaugh recalled that John told the crowd.

But the singer, surprisingly, replied in the affirmative. "Oh, no, no! I do. I most certainly do want to do this," the singer said. Limbaugh said John performed for an hour and twenty minutes (the encore was "Can You Feel the Love Tonight?"). While John was onstage, the new couple had staffers place a copy of Elton John's Greatest Hits CD on the pillows of wedding guests staying at the hotel.

Keeping John's performance a secret was hard, and Limbaugh said during the rehearsal dinner luau, people tried to guess the identity of the surprise performer, but repeatedly got it wrong. Everyone, that is, except Justice Clarence Thomas, who guessed correctly it was Elton John.

Rush: Let me tell you about my new friend, Elton John


http://hotair.com/archives/2010/06/15/rush-let-me-tell-you-about-my-new-friend-elton-john/


posted at 4:11 pm on June 15, 2010 by Allahpundit
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Via the Right Scoop, he’s back from the honeymoon and ready to kibitz about the world’s highest-paid wedding singer. Don’t be daunted by the length; it’s sweet all the way through and funny in parts, especially at around 3:45 when he talks about trying to convince Elton to play the wedding by singing his songs on a hotel balcony in Hawaii (as luck would have it, EJ was staying in the room directly above Rush’s). His description of the wedding starts at 12:10 but the most interesting bit comes at 8:40 when he talks about meeting Elton backstage at an AmEx concert with his wife and hitting it off, replete with hugs and an invitation to dinner the next time the couple’s in London. Can you feel the love tonight?
The fact that the conservative elite welcomed an openly gay entertainer won’t change the “right hates gays” Narrative, which is impervious to contrary facts, but let it be noted for the record. Is it worth noting this, too?
Update: Elton’s side of things via his partner, David Furnish:
Furnish was in Europe and couldn’t attend the wedding. But John told him it was a beautiful event and Limbaugh and his bride “were incredibly gracious and very welcoming and very sweet and very appreciative.”…
By all accounts, John and the couple got along well. “I wasn’t there, but from everything Elton told me, he said Rush and his bride were incredibly charming and welcoming. And they have said they want to come and have dinner with us in England, if they pass through in their travels.”

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