A deep dive into 'Elton: Jewel Box,' the 148-track compendium of deep cuts, rarities and B-sides from Elton John's recording treasury.
The 1974 album continued the huge success that Ringo enjoyed in the years after The Beatles' demise.
The song, as sung by Lulu, finished last in the vote to select the UK's 1969 entry in the Eurovision Song Contest.
It holds a special place in his catalog not only for the lesser-known gems it contains, and as the only album on which Elton is credited as sole producer.
The dreamy ‘Watching The Planes Go By’ comes ahead of the expansive rarities collection ‘Elton: Jewel Box.’
The superstar has not released a new studio record since 'Wonderful Crazy Night' in 2016.
Inspired by The Band’s pioneering Americana, Elton John’s ‘Tumbleweed Connection’ was cinematic in its scope, and a hit on both sides of the Atlantic.
The track marks the 50th anniversary of the LP's original UK release on October 30, 1970.
'Blue Moves' is still revered by many fans as something of an undervalued gem in Elton's repertoire, and remains one of his own favourites.
The previously-unreleased song will appear on his forthcoming ‘Elton: Jewel Box’ collection.
On his seventh studio album, and second of 1973 alone, Elton's phenomenal creativity moved up another gear.
Hailed as a triumph, Elton John’s ‘The Captain And The Kid’ album picked up where ‘Captain Fantastic And The Brown Dirt Cowboy’ left off.
The set comprises no fewer than 148 songs reaching all the way back to Elton's pre-fame days in 1965.
Fans were delighted to hear Elton the pianist reclaiming the nimble brilliance that only amplified the impact of his vocals and Bernie Taupin’s lyrics.
Eventually named the bestselling single since charts began, ‘Candle In The Wind’ burns brightly as one of the most beloved songs that Elton John ever wrote.