New Album – Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (40th Anniversay Deluxe) – Elton John

It’s been 40 year ago that Elton John release his LP “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road”, now he released this album once again.

All old tracks are remastered, some are also in the “Live At Hammersmith Odeon, London 1973 recordings” on the album and old “Candle In The Wind” is re-recorded with Ed Sheeran, “Bennie and the Jets” with Miguel & Wale. Hunter Hayes covered “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road”. The Band Perry did “Grey Seal”, “Sweet Painted Lady” by John Grant, while Emile Sande did “All The Girls Love Alice” and Imelda May “Your Sister Can’t Twist”. “Saturday Nights Alright For Fighting” covered by Fall Out Boy and the last cover “Harmony” is done by Zac Brown Band. Do the poll to choose your favorite cover!

This is what they called “Deluxe”

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BUY @ MAGIC MUSIC MAGAZINE: New Album: Engelbert Calling – Engelbert Humperdinck (Review)

Legendary Engelbert Humperdinck has made an incredible title for a duet album “Engelbert Calling”. He calls famous artists Elton John, Cliff Richards, Olivia Newton-John, Il Divo, Willy Nelson, Lulu, Gene Simmons (Kiss), Shelby Lynne, Wynonna Judd (The Judds), Kenny Rogers, Andrea Corr (The Corrs), Johnny Mathis,Tini, Neil Sedaka, Dionne Warwick, Charles Aznavour, Beverley Knight, Armando Manzanero, Luis Fonsi & Ron Sexsmith.

His daughter Louise Dorsey sang “Better” with her father and his song Bradley Dorsey sang in the final the incredible “Father And Son”.

WOW! Such a great bunch of classics, like “Something About The Way You Look Tonight” with Elton John, “Never,Never,Never” with Olivia Newton-John and Lulu sang on “I Need You Now”. The same as the song with Elton, I think this version of “She” is a tiny better than Charles Aznavour all by himself.

22 amazing duets, maybe just another duet-album with old stuff sounds boring, but this is refreshing and a musthave!

What is your favorite track? Comment on this story and tell me!

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Since I Saw You Last (Deluxe Version) – Gary Barlow

In 1999 released Take That-singer Gary Barlow his second solo-album and last year he announced he will make a third on.

Very surprising was his solotrack “Let Me Go” , that was released 15th November. This is a prove, he still do not need the other men of the band to stand strong.

20th of January he released his duet with Elton John “Face To Face”.

Since the last day of January his CD of 2 monts ago is in Deluxe Edition released with 3 new tracks.

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Much better than “Let Me Go” won’t come, but of the new tracks “Mr. Everything” , “Actress” & “The Song I’ll Never Write” is the second mentioned most of all worthwhile to listen.

For More Information: http://www.garybarlow.com/

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