Biografia Elton John

Biografia Elton John
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Concert review: Elton John, Forsyth 

Barr Stadium

By Deirdre Robert
00 AM Tuesday Nov 29, 20t
'There's no telling what particular persuasion John fans might be. In fact there's no categorising them at all.' Photo / Roger Grauwmeijer

'There's no telling what particular persuasion John fans might be. In fact there's no categorising them at all.' Photo / Roger Grauwmeijer

This wasn't my first foray into Rocket Man territory, and based on previous performances I'd experienced, I had high expectations for this one. And so did Dunedin. The air of anticipation was thick, the streets surrounding the Octagon packed, and there was a buzz in the city that wasn't anything to do with the impending elections. The Nats and Greens did try to profit off the concert buzz, mind you, each taking to an opposite side of the road near the stadium entrance. Points to the Greens for adding a bit of bedazzled style to their outfits.
There's no telling what particular persuasion John fans might be. In fact there's no categorising them at all. The Forsyth Barr Stadium was packed with An equal dispersion of men and women, ranging from a child who looked to be all of six years of age, to an elderly lady enthusiastically waving her glow stick. Many were adorned with oversized spectacles, feather boas, hats and Elton-esque suits to boot.
It wasn't long before it was John was onstage to entertain the audience, opening the show with rock anthem Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting, followed by '80s classic I'm Still Standing - quite the apt title when you consider John this year turned 64.
For a man who's been gigging for over 40 years and who recently completed his 3000th concert, John still has a passion for live performance that's infectious. The fun police trying to quell dancing audience members had no chance as fans descended onto the pitch behind the sound console to let loose. It wasn't long before even the most reserved audience members were up in their seats dancing, too.
Over the course of the night John dipped into his vast catalogue of hits:Tiny Dancer' (which he dedicated to the ladies), Philadelphia Freedom,Goodbye Yellow Brick RoadI Guess That's Why They Call it the Blues,Candle in the WindHonky CatBennie and the JetsBitch is Back andDaniel, to name but a few. 'Rocket Man' was a particular treat, building to an epic piano and soulful vocal climax that stretched the song out past 10 minutes.
There were a couple of points where the show lost momentum when John covered songs from newer and lesser known albums. That said, a funked up song from a recent collaboration with Leon Russell still managed to get the audience going.
John's voice hasn't been able to hit those high notes of the '70s for a long time now, but he can get away with it thanks to a backing band which includes the likes of Rose Stone, a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and original member of Sly and The Family Stone, as well as drummer Nigel Olsson, an original member of the 1969 Elton John band, and Davey Johnstone, John's guitar, mandolin, and banjo player since 1971.
Stopping only to stand up and thank the crowd after each song, it took two and a half hours for John to have his first break. The encore kicked off with 'Your Song', which John dedicated to the audience. In a perhaps surprising move, he ended the show with a mash up of his Lion King soundtrack hits, Circle of Life and Can You Feel the Love Tonight.
Three hours later, and no one could complain of not getting their money's worth. Fans were on a high as they jammed the exit points, and the Forsyth Barr Stadium was no longer a rock'n'roll virgin.
Who: Elton John
Where: Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin
When: Friday 25 November

Elton John - Lucca 2011 (2011).mp3 320 Kbps [Fsc]

Artista: Elton John
Album: Lucca 2011
Genere: Pop-rock
Anno: 2011 (14/07/2011)
Formato: Mp3 CBR Stereo 320kbps
Dimensioni: 242 Mb


01 Intro > Funeral For a Friend
02 Love Lies Bleeding
03 Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting)
04 Levon
05 Madman Across the Water
06 Tiny Dancer
07 Philadelphia Freedom
08 Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
09 Sacrifice
10 Rocket Man
11 I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues
12 Hey Ahab
13 One To Shiloh
14 Monkey Suit
15 Band's introduction
16 Sad Songs (Say So Much)
17 Take Me To The Pilot
18 Sorry Seems to Be The Hardest Word
19 Radio outro

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Elton John
"For the Love of Children"
AIDS Benefit Concert
July 8, 1988
Century Plaza, Los Angeles, CA

Sixty Years On
Philadelphia Freedom
I Guess That's Why The Call it the Blues
Town of Plenty
Your Song
Sad Songs (Say So Much)
Burn Down the Mission
Band Introductions
Love is Worth Waiting For
I Don't Wanna Go on with You Like That
Sorry Seems to be the Hardest Word
The Bitch is Back
I'm Still Standing
Candle in the Wind
Saturday Night's Alright (for Fighting)

The Band:

Elton John- Piano/vocals
Davey Johnstone- Guitars/vocals
Guy Babylon- Keyboards (his debut in the EJ band)
Fred Mandel- Keyboards
Jonathan "Sugarfoot" Moffett- Drums
Romeo Williams- Bass
Marlena Jeter- Vocals
Natalie Jackson- Vocals
Alex Brown- Vocals

DVD9 Size : 5.11 GB
Media : Proshot
Menu/Chapters : Yes/Yes 
Duration : 01h18mn36s

Video Format : NTSC/4:3
Frame rate : 29.970 fps
Width : 720 pixels
Height : 480 pixels

Audio Format : PCM 
Bit rate : 1536 Kbps
Channels (s) : 2 Channels 
Sampling rate : 48.0 Khz

DVD Cover Front included

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