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  1. Apr 04,  · "Blue Moves" would also be the first album released on Rocket Records (the label started by Elton, Bernie and Dudgeon), and, according to some sources, Elton insisted on it being a double-album (despite the album's distributor reservations on pushing a double-album in the less-than-glowing economic climate of the time).
  2. 'Blue Moves' has never previously appeared complete on CD, and this reissue, digitally remastered by Gus Dudgeon who produced the original double LP (and who also stopped working with Elton for several years after this album), restores an important piece of history to the Elton John .
  3. Elton John could have made a great album from the music "Blue Moves" contains. Doing so would have required editing to eliminate the weaker tracks, making some minor changes to a couple of the remaining tracks, and then putting the remaining tracks in /5(6).
  4. On October 22, , Elton John released a double album, Blue vawelcranfogabarranisnobirave.coinfo release would mark a significant change and temporary downturn in the career of the man whose sleek pop/rock recordings, savvy songwriting, and exciting stage shows had made him the unchallenged Goliath of the music world.
  5. Where's the shoorah she came upon it Waiting to sing her back 'Cause she likes to sing about Submit Corrections. Writer(s): Bernie Taupin, Elton John. AZLyrics. E. Elton John Lyrics. album: "Blue Moves" () Tonight. One Horse Town. Chameleon. Boogie Pilgrim. Cage The Song Bird. Crazy Water. Shoulder Holster.
  6. Where's The Shoorah? Available on the album Blue Moves She grows, she's grown like pampasTall in the windShe's sinful and spitefulShe's all girl, woman .
  7. It was released in October It was John's second double album (after Goodbye Yellow Brick Road) and the first to be released by his own label, Rocket Records Ltd. Despite the album's darker tone, on it's release it reached #3 on the charts, partly on the strength of the it's biggest hit single "Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word".
  8. Listen to Blue Moves by Elton John on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.

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