Take Me To The Pilot. Whatever Gets You Through The Night. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds. I Saw Her Standing There. DJM Records (2). 35DJF1149.
Written-By – Elton John & Bernie Taupin. A3. Benny And The Jets. Written-By – Elton John & Bernie Taupin. B1. Take Me To The Pilot. B2. Written-By – John Lennon. B3. Written-By – Lennon-McCartney. B4.
Carsten Henkelmann (28 November 1974). Elton John Band Feat. John Lennon And The Muscle Shoals Horns: Featuring John Lennon And The Muscle Shoals Horns - LP, 1975, Erstauflage". Retrieved 10 October 2016.
Recorded 28. November, 1974 at Madison Square Garden, New York. Titled "Elton John - 28th Nov. 1974" on labels. IM 47004 on cover, IM - 47004 on labels. Rights Society: SPA. Other Versions (5 of 7) View All.
Elton John, John Lennon - I Saw Her Standing There (7", Single). John Lennon - Gimme Some Truth: The Making Of John Lennon's "Imagine" Album. Rock, Pop. The Elton John Band - Philadelphia Freedom, I Saw Her Standing There.
28th November, 1974 (1976). Album by Elton John Band. Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds by Elton John Band feat. John Lennon and Muscle Shoals Horns. is a cover of. Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds by The Beatles (1967).
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Elton John's self titled album released. Elton’s second album in the UK was released on April 10, 1970 and then later, on July 22, became his first US release. The album was the first of many to be produced by Gus Dudgeon and as well as being certified gold by the RIAA, was nominated for a Grammy Award for Album of the Year. It included one of Elton’s biggest hits, Your Song, and has since been inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. Featuring six songs from his latest chart-topper, Don’t Shoot Me I’m Only The Piano Player, and debuting five tracks from Goodbye Yellow Brick Road a month before its release, Elton and the band tore through the 16-song set list with ostrich feathers seemingly flying off his shoulders. He played off the audience’s reaction which was frenetic throughout.