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Music of Elton John
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Music of Elton John
Genre: Pop
 
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All Artists: Spectrum
Title: Music of Elton John
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 7
Label: Intersound Records
Release Date: 2/15/1995
Genre: Pop
Style: Easy Listening
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 015095456823

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Whatever
Barry | 10/02/2001
(2 out of 5 stars)

"This album is not an Elton John album. The other review on this page seems to think so. Instead, we get somebody playing the music of Elton John. This is not Elton playing. The music is fine. But, you know, you need Elton. As for horrible comments on this, I am speechless. He wrote one album for Disney. That does not showcase 32 years of his career. Billy Joel writes his own songs and so does Elton. Everybody knws that. He hasn't written the same song over and over again. That much is evident. This album isn't worth anybody's money. The review below isn't worth space on this page."
Not any worse than crappy Elton John
J. Ocampo | New York | 03/09/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)

"I am happy that some people discovered that this music is NOT really Elton John, but some cover band that is playing his songs.

They do a mediocre job. But when it comes to overall quality, it is in the same ballpark as Elton John. He's been musically lame for the past quarter of a century. You might as well save yourself a few bucks and buy this CD instead of Elton John."
Still not that bad
John Sposato | Syracuse, NY, USA | 04/04/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Like the Genesis tribute, I got this at the dollar store. Sure the other two say this CD just wasn't the same, but like the other one I reviewed, you can compare to see if you like them or not. It's up to you. Elton himself used to do albums like these early in his career, except there was also singing for starters! Also, there were assorted covers of different hits from different artists at the time, back in 1969-70. These were sold in the UK in places like Woolworth's, Oxfam, grocery stores, and I think department stores, at cut-rate prices. He wasn't Mr. Moneybags yet! Most of them are on a CD similar to this. I also seen a piano-only tribute."