Runaway Train - Elton John - The One (CD, Album)

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  1. Apr 08,  · This album was HUGE for Elton John and proved once again after "Sleeping With The Past", that he still can make some really good music for the ears. Love it! THANK YOU ELTON JOHN for this WONDERFUL ALBUM! ** This newer version of the CD sounds good. I have played it back on my Sony CD Recorder/Player and in the BMW. Reply
  2. Nov 15,  · From Elton John's album "The One." It was also released as a single. Bernie Taupin wrote the lyrics specifically as a duet for Elton with Eric Clapton. He commented, "A lot of it has to do. Reply
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    In other words, it doesn't sound like Elton did in the s and therefore isn't "proper" Elton John. What utter nonsense. An artist, particularly one of Elton John's composing and melodic skills, can evolve and handle this bigger sound. In fact, there are some tremendous tracks here such as Simple Life, The One and Runaway Train/5(89). Reply
  4. Elton John once claimed that he could remember The One among his latter-day albums because it was the first he recorded without drugs or alcohol. If true -- and there's no reason to doubt him -- that could be the reason why this has more character than most of his albums since the early '80s, holding together well in its deliberately measured, mature songcraft by Elton and Bernie . Reply
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The One on Discogs. Label: The Rocket Record Company - ,The Rocket Record Company - • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock •/5(11). Reply
  6. The One Elton John. Produced by Chris Thomas. Album The One. The One Lyrics [Verse 1] I saw you dancin' out the ocean Runaway Train 5. Whitewash County 6. The North. Reply
  7. Jul 31,  · Simple Life · Elton John The One ℗ Mercury Records Limited Released on: Producer: Chris Thomas Runaway Train - Duration: Elton John . Reply
  8. Editors' Notes Elton John’s 23rd album is a showcase of the qualities that made him great in the ’70s: beautiful melodies, pop songcraft perfection, musical virtuosity, and empathy in Bernie Taupin’s narrative-driven lyrics. It’s filled with mature themes too—the blues-y “Runaway Train” (with Eric Clapton), the pop-hypnotic “Simple Life,” and the R&B-fueled “Sleeping With. Reply

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