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I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues
Sonata Form - or There and Back Again. Add music you love and enjoy it with My Tracks. Claudio Monteverdi Lamento della ninfa Performer: Robert Johnson Crossroad Blues Performer: Elvis Presley Heartbreak Hotel Performer: Anthony Holborne Countess of Pembrook's paradise - pavan for consort Performer: John Dowland Flow my Tears Performer: Johann Sebastian Bach Air from Suite for orchestra no. Akadamie fur Alte Musik. Alfred Schnittke Hymn no.
Entcho Radoukanov, double bass. John Dowland Semper Dowland semper dolens - pavan for lute Performer: Benjamin Britten Lachrymae Performer: Chamber Orchestra of Europe. John Dowland In Darkness let me dwell Performer: Ma Rainey Blame it on the Blues Performer: His guitar work is legendary - the man is essentially a virtuoso - and it's his playing that makes those first four Elton John albums sing.
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I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues
He is raising money in order to get the rights to use some archival footage in the documentary of his life that he has put together, entitled 'Louder than Rock'. Put your hands in your pockets now - there'll never be a better chance than this to show Caleb how much you value the work and the magic that he put into Elton's career.
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This episode features a slew of indescribable rarities and forgotten tracks. The image of the tape box that Caleb takes a look at with me can be found here. Stuart Epps is Elton John royalty! He was a huge part of the team that worked together to bring Elton out from the sidelines of Tin Pan Alley, into megastardom. He saw that process first hand, working in a variety of different roles. Here he tells his story.
I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues
Stuart's brand new audiobook can be ordered from his website. In this episode the cake is unbaked, and every ingredient of the Elton John recipe is celebrated. Complex drum and percussion sounds are unpicked, backing vocals are highlighted, lead vocals are isolated, and previously buried piano tracks are brought to the surface. A few techniques are used.
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As well as the out of phase stereo technique, used extensively in episode 1 , I make use of isolated channels from the 5. It's well known that Elton and Bernie spent their formative years trying to write hits for other artists, while trying to find their own voice.
This episode tells the story of Elton and Bernie's early years through the prism of those early cover versions. Additionally, for each of the 39 covers, an attempt has been made to answer the question 'how did they find out about Elton's music? The research has been summarised in this pdf , or alternatively here on this webpage. This document is designed as a guide to accompany this episode and future episodes on this topic. The Roger Cook interview is taken from the Strange Brew podcast.
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These long player albums retailed at around the same price as a regular single, and they would be rushed out to share the shelves with their 'legitimate' counterparts. For years, these records sat at the back of people's collections, and in piles in charity shops, before Elton's fans started going through them. More than 50 recordings featuring his voice have since been identified, and many more remain to be discovered. Dana very kindly agreed to be interviewed for this episode, and her recollections are here, bringing the story of these sessions to life.
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