Elton John - Dream Ticket: Four Destinations mp3 album
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Dream Ticket is a four-disc DVD release, compiling three Elton John concerts and an additional bonus disc of music videos. Never before in the history of rock 'n' roll has there been a performer with a career as lustrous and expansive as that of Elton John. Since 1970, Elton has been entertaining us with his music and his unforgettable live performances. Elton John has never ceased to amaze us, and he has toured all corners of the world bringing his live music to fans of all ages
Friends, released in 1971, is the fourth official album release by Elton John. It was a project John and Bernie Taupin took on before their breakout success in the US, based on the Friends film released in the same year. It was certified Gold in April 1971 by the RIAA. It became John's third gold record in as many months in that market (following the albums Elton John in February and Tumbleweed Connection in March).
Elton John has never ceased to amaze us, and he has toured all corners of the world bringing his live music to fans of all ages.
Score 3. Product: Elton John – Dream Ticket. Subtitled Four Destinations, Four DVDs, this Reg-fest takes in live shows from Madison Square Garden (2000), the Great Amphitheatre at Ephesus, Turkey (2001) and London’s Royal Opera House (2002), respectively accompanied by full band, candlelight and orchestra. But it’s Disc 4 (promos and clips spanning ’68 to present) that wins out, not least for 1972’s great Mona Lisas And Mad Hatters. At seven hours, though, this one’s strictly for insomniac diehards. ROB HUGHES DVD EXTRAS: None.
Shop with confidence. Elton John Dream Ticket. 4-Disc Concert DVD Set. Sublime Brand New In The Box Elton John Love Songs. Disc one. Disc two. Disc three. Live at Madison Square Garden, October 21, 2000. Funeral for a Friend/Love Lies Bleeding". Bennie and the Jets". Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" (Elton John with Billy Joel). Someone Saved My Life Tonight".
My younger brother & I spent our high school and jr. high years listening to every Elton John album that came out. We danced and sang. Those times hold special memories of times we spent together. I had seen EJ live twice but my brother had never seen him perform live. I got tickets for us (and spouses) as a surprise birthday/Christmas present. It was a treasure - like re-living a special part of your life. The show was perfect from his singing, talking, attire, band and choreography. Take a non stop trip to London, New York, Turkey and into the radiant history of Elton John with Dream Ticket. This 4 disk DVD collection provides travelers with over 70 songs from Elton John’s expansive career.
This album included his breakthrough single Your Song, which made it to No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 and began for him a series of chart-topping hits that lasted throughout the 1970s. You can get your Elton John tickets at StubHub. What is the typical Elton John setlist?
|New York City (Madison Square Garden): Greatest Hits - One Night Only, October 21st, 2000|
|1-01||–Elton John||Funeral For A Friend (Love Lies Bleeding)|
|1-02||–Elton John||Candle In The Wind|
|1-03||–Elton John||Bennie And The Jets|
|1-04||–Elton John With Billy Joel||Goodbye Yellow Brick Road|
|1-05||–Elton John||Someone Saved My Life Tonight|
|1-06||–Elton John||Little Jeannie|
|1-07||–Elton John||Philadelphia Freedom|
|1-08||–Elton John||Tiny Dancer|
|1-09||–Elton John||Can You Feel The Love Tonight?|
|1-11||–Elton John||Rocket Man|
|1-12||–Elton John||Club At The End Of The Street|
|1-13||–Elton John||Blue Eyes|
|1-14||–Elton John With Mary J. Blige||I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues|
|1-15||–Elton John||The One|
|1-16||–Elton John||I Don't Wanna Go On With You Like That|
|1-17||–Elton John||Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word|
|1-19||–Elton John||Come Together|
|1-20||–Elton John With Ronan Keating||Your Song|
|1-21||–Elton John With Bryan Adams||Sad Songs (Say So Much)|
|1-22||–Elton John||I'm Still Standing|
|1-23||–Elton John||Crocodile Rock|
|1-24||–Elton John With Anastacia||Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting|
|1-25||–Elton John||The Bitch Is Back|
|1-26||–Elton John||Don't Let The Sun Go Down On me|
|1-27||–Elton John With Kiki Dee||Don't Go Breaking My Heart|
|London: The Royal Opera House, December 1st, 2000|
|2-01||–Elton John||Rehearsals / Interviews|
|2-02||–Elton John||Sixty Years On|
|2-03||–Elton John||Take Me To The Pilot|
|2-04||–Elton John||This Train Don't Stop There Anymore|
|2-05||–Elton John||Carla Etude|
|2-07||–Elton John||Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word|
|2-08||–Elton John||Philadelphia Freedom|
|2-09||–Elton John||Burn Down The Mission|
|2-10||–Elton John||Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me|
|2-11||–Elton John||Your Song|
|2-12||–Elton John||Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting|
|Ephesus, Turkey - The Great Amphitheatre, July 17th 2001|
|3-02||–Elton John||Your Song|
|3-03||–Elton John||Someone Saved My Life Tonight|
|3-05||–Elton John||Mona Lisa And Mad Hatters|
|3-06||–Elton John||Honky Cat|
|3-07||–Elton John||Rocket Man|
|3-08||–Elton John||Philadelphia Freedom|
|3-11||–Elton John||Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word|
|3-12||–Elton John||I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues|
|3-13||–Elton John||This Train Don't Stop There Anymore|
|3-14||–Elton John||Burn Down The Mission|
|3-15||–Elton John||The One|
|3-16||–Elton John||Blue Eyes|
|3-17||–Elton John||I'm Still Standing|
|3-18||–Elton John||Crocodile Rock|
|3-19||–Elton John||Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me|
|3-20||–Elton John||Circle Of Life|
|3-21||–Elton John||Candle In The Wind|
|Elton In Four Decades|
|4-01||–Elton John||Your Song|
|4-02||–Elton John||Rocket Man|
|4-03||–Elton John||Mona Lisa And Mad Hatters|
|4-04||–Elton John||I'm Still Standing|
|4-05||–Elton John||I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues|
|4-06||–Elton John||Empty Garden (Hey Hey Johnny)|
|4-08||–Elton John||Can You Feel The Love Tonight?|
|4-10||–Elton John||I Was Love|
|4-11||–Elton John||This Train Don't Stop There Anymore|
|4-12||–Elton John||Are You Ready For Love|
- Backing Vocals – Billy Trudel (tracks: 1-01 to 1-27)
- Backing Vocals, Guitar [Additional] – Ken Stacey (tracks: 1-01 to 1-27)
- Bass, Vocals – Bob Birch (tracks: 1-01 to 2-12)
- Drums – Curt Bisquera (tracks: 1-01 to 1-27)
- Drums, Vocals – Nigel Olsson (tracks: 1-01 to 2-12)
- Film Director – David Mallet (tracks: 1-01 to 1-27)
- Guitar, Vocals – John Jorgenson (tracks: 1-01 to 1-27)
- Guitar, Vocals, Directed By [Music] – Davey Johnstone (tracks: 1-01 to 2-12)
- Keyboards – Guy Babylon (tracks: 1-01 to 2-12)
- Percussion – Nigel Olsson (tracks: 1-01 to 1-27)
- Percussion, Vocals – John Mahon (tracks: 1-01 to 2-12)
- Piano, Lead Vocals – Elton John
- Producer [Music] – Phil Ramone (tracks: 1-01 to 1-27)
Notes(C) 2004 W.A. Bong Ltd.
Disc 1: Greatest Hits - One Night Only, first broadcast by NBC-TV network, in the U.S.
Disc 2: The Royal Opera House, first broadcast by BBC-TV, in England
Disc 3: Ephesus - The Great Amphitheatre, first shown over limited broadband transmission on MSN.
Disc 4: Created exclusively for this package.
This box set when first released, was an exclusive release sold only at Best Buy entertainment/media/appliance stores, in the U.S. A hard-covered picture book was published and sold separately to correspond with this set. Disc 4, could be considered a collage of Elton's long spanning music career and a visual version of the book.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 6 74797 80939 1
|9868238||Elton John||Dream Ticket (4xDVD-V, Copy Prot., PAL + Box)||Mercury, Universal||9868238||UK & Europe||2004|