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  1. I Need You To Turn To Guitar – Roland Harker Harp – Skaila Kanga Harpsichord – Elton John: A3: Take Me To The Pilot Backing Vocals – Kay Garner, Leslie Duncan*, Madeline Bell, Roger Cook, Tony Burrows, Tony Hazzard Bass – Alan Weighll* Drums – Barry Morgan Guitar [Lead] – Caleb Quaye Guitar [Rhythm] – Alan Parker Percussion /5(55).
  2. Editors' Notes Elton John's eponymous second record isn't just packed with the kinds of songs that would define the singer—they'd also help define the burgeoning singer/songwriter era of pop music. John and his co-writer Bernie Taupin touch the uplifting “Border Song” with gospel, imbue the haunting ballad “First Episode at Hienton” with an eerie theremin (which adds to the song’s.
  3. Mar 09,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the O-Card, Digipak CD release of Elton John on Discogs/5(12).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Elton John on Discogs.
  5. A1: Your Song Acoustic Guitar – Frank Clark Bass – Dave Richmond Drums – Barry Morgan Guitar – Colin Green Guitar [12 String] – Clive Hicks: A2: I Need You To Turn To Guitar – Roland Harker Harp – Skaila Kanga Harpsichord – Elton John: A3: Take Me To The Pilot Backing Vocals – Kay Garner, Leslie Duncan*, Madeline Bell, Roger Cook, Tony Burrows, Tony Hazzard Bass – Alan.
  6. I Need You to Turn To Elton John. Produced by Gus Dudgeon. Album Elton John. I Need You to Turn To Lyrics [Verse 1] You're not a ship to carry my life You are nailed to my love in many lonely nights.
  7. Elton John is the second studio album by English singer-songwriter Elton John, released on 10 April by DJM dingdingsponunonsa.slinunelapamevpakedigsitane.co was released by Uni Records as John's debut album in the United States; many people there assumed it was his first album, as Empty Sky was not released in that country until Elton John includes his breakthrough single "Your Song", and helped to establish his career Genre: Soft rock, symphonic rock, rhythm and blues.

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