Yellow brick road
By grandma weaver
Being 64 now. I had this album when I was a teen. Classic Elton. And a good musical lesson for today’s artists. No one like EJ has come up out of the pack in Fifty years.
SIMPLY THE BEST
I used my allowance to buy this double LP (saved for weeks!) when I was 15. I adored EJ and BT then and still do. This is a masterpiece and is timeless. ❤️❤️❤️
By Lien Lopez
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road is one of those albums where all the songs are REALLY good. This is Elton’s best album and also quite literally one of the best albums of all time. They’re all replayable and memorable, each being unique and creative. The songs transition well into each other and the lyrics are phenomenal. I’m 17 and I praise this album.
By LOOK! A REVIEW
It’s got electric boots a mohair suit you know I read it in a magazine
By Faithful Blue
GBYBR is Elton and Bernie at the height of their powers. This is a quintessential 70’s album that got airplay on both AM top 40 and FM album rock stations. This is the album that established Elton as a household name. The songs are good and more than that they are interesting and ever so melodic. Even the filler is fun thanks to Elton’s ability to write brilliant music. Listen to Your Sister Can’t Twist and how it bleeds into Saturday Nights Alright for fighting. It’s a great one two punch. The last song Harmony should have been a single. Funeral for a Friend/Love Lies Bleeding is a master piece.
A MASTERPIECE! No stars should be short of 5!
A “MASTERPIECE” in every sense of the word. Written, arranged, produced and sung brilliantly from start to finish.
FLAWLESS!!!! one of the best albums of all time!
His farewell concert is amazing and one for the record books.
Elton is a true ICON, there are not many artists that can achieve this status.
Classic no matter how you cut it
I grew up and into adulthood with the masterpieces. They define me. Cannot understand how anyone cannot understand and hold this absolute gem of an album outside the top 10 OF ALL TIME. Throwing your worst will never diminish this Picasso of classic rock from music’s finest decade.
By Anthony Scaramucci
Really your gonna leave a one star review for Elton John and wonder why he even is on Apple Music? Don’t disrespect the legend
I don’t like this in the least.
Not even the “catchy “ tunes.
I’m not sure how this is even on here
APPLE TRYING TO SELL UNWANTED CRAP.