Elton John
Greatest Hits

Greatest Hits
11.11.02

On 11th November,2002 - Elton John releases his definitive Greatest Hits 1970-2002. This incredible collection features 34 back to back hits on two cd's as well as a third very limited edition bonus cd. Greatest Hits 1970-2002 charts Elton's magnificent career spanning more than thirty years and is the must have Elton John album.

Greatest Hits 1970-2002 features all of the hits from the 70's including Your Song, Rocket Man, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road and the spine tingling Candle In The Wind, I'm Still Standing and I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues from the 80's whilst from the 90's there's Elton's Oscar winning triumph Can You Feel The Love Tonight, The One and the number one single Sacrifice, right through to Elton's newest hits, including the awesome I Want Love and This Train Don't Stop There Anymore both taken from the critically acclaimed Songs From The West Coast album. Also on this very special album is the neo-classic Tiny Dancer recently popularised by its pivotal appearance in the Cameron Crowe movie Almost Famous.

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Greatest Hits 1970-2002 traces Elton John's career from his flamboyant early years right through to the present day. Hit after hit after hit, Greatest Hits 1970-2002 is a stunning collection of Elton's best loved songs and truly highlights an incredible songwriter, an incredible singer and an incredible career.

The strictly limited edition third bonus cd features Levon originally available on the Madman Across The Water album, which has become a real fans favourite live. Also on the bonus CD is Elton's legendary version of Pinball Wizard, Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds and Your Song featuring tenor Alessandro Safina which was released earlier this year in aid of the Comic Relief charity Sport Relief. Also on the bonus disc is Border Song, True Love, US smash hit I Don't Want To Go On With You Like That, Live Like Horses(with Pavarotti) and the awesome number one single Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me (with George Michael).

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