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Full concert downloads now available with PEEX, plus two live albums reissued on vinyl

FAREWELL YELLOW BRICK ROAD

Five full concert recordings are now available through PEEX

You can now experience the magic of the Farewell Yellow Brick Roadtour wherever you are, with five full concerts being made available for download in the PEEX store.

The shows are taken from the first leg of Elton’s 3-year farewell tour, from venues in the United States and Canada, and allow you to customise your listening experience with their interactive 5 channel mixing desk. Boost Elton’s vocals, turn up Davey’s guitar solos and tailor your sound in real time.

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New #EltonLIVE videos available on YouTube

Live versions of Border SongFuneral For a Friend/Love Lies Bleeding and Can You Feel the Love Tonight have been added to Elton’s YouTube channel for the first time.

Border Song is taken from Elton John in Concert, recorded for the BBC on May 22nd, 1970. The first single from Elton John’s 1970 eponymous LP, it was covered by a number of artists early on with none more exhilarating than Aretha Franklin. “Bernie and I were so dumbfounded and excited beyond words,” Elton revealed upon hearing the news. “She was such an idol of mine then, let alone throughout the years, so for her to have covered this song meant so much to us at that early stage of our career.”

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The opening opus from Elton’s Goodbye Yellow Brick Road album, Funeral For A Friend and Love Lies Bleeding were written separately but recorded together. The pair of songs have often been used as a show opener on Elton’s tours and serve as a dramatic mid-way point during the current Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour. This video is taken from the One Night Only performance at Madison Square Garden in October 2000, featuring the song’s original drummer (Nigel Olsson) and guitarist (Davey Johnstone).

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Can You Feel The Love Tonight from Disney’s animated feature ‘The Lion King’ was originally released in 1994. It reached #1 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary charts and went on to win Elton and lyricist Sir Tim Rice an Oscar for Best Original Song. This clip is taken from Elton’s 1998 The Big Picture tour, at the Nashville Arena.

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Two live albums reissued on 180g vinyl

1976’s Here and There and Live In Australia With The Melbourne Symphony, which was recorded at the Sydney Entertainment Centre on 14 December 1986 with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra , are being reissued on 180g vinyl.

Released on November 9, they are available to pre-order now.

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CUSTOM MERCHANDISE

Customise your Elton t-shirt!​

STEP 1 – Pick a style and colour
Choose the style of shirt you would like: long-sleeve or short-sleeve. Then decide whether you want black or white.

STEP 2 – Pick your favourite Elton photo
Choose between five different photos, from each decade of Elton’s career so far. You can then apply a colour filter to the photo to make it your own.

STEP 3 – Add your choice of Elton logo
Let everyone know you saw the Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour, or just go for a simple ‘ELTON’.

STEP 4 – Finish by adding a show date
If you’re lucky enough to have seen Elton on his farewell tour already, or want to look great when you do get to the show, you can add the date of your show to the shirt. All 2018 shows are currently available, with future dates being added soon.

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