11-17-70 (UK-Release Mix) [Live] - Elton John

11-17-70 (UK-Release Mix) [Live]

Elton John

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1971-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 7

  • ℗ 1971 This Record Company Ltd.

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Bad Side of the Moon (Live) Elton John 4:59 USD 1.29
2
Amoreena Elton John 4:54 USD 1.29
3
Take Me to the Pilot (Live) Elton John 5:54 USD 1.29
4
Sixty Years On (Live) Elton John 7:22 USD 1.29
5
Honky Tonk Women (Live) Elton John 4:07 USD 1.29
6
Can I Put You On (Live) Elton John 6:10 USD 1.29
7
Burn Down the Mission / My Bab Elton John 18:27 USD Album Only

Reviews

  • Sixty years on !

    5
    By Tbyrnestrio
    I have a vinyl copy of the original of this album, AND still one of my favorites. This remix is not good. This was the real ELTON JOHN musically. Great performances, and Sitky Years On is my favorite.
  • On 11/17/14

    5
    By SteveNYC1
    A toast to Elton John on the 44th anniversary of this classic album!
  • One of the Greatest Live Recordings, Ever

    5
    By WardP1960
    Three piece heat with Elton John on piano, the late, great Dee Murray on bass, and the ultra-frenetic Nigel Olsson on drums. Play it LOUD and enjoy some serious rock and roll, no frills.
  • Burn Down The Mission Baby !!!!

    5
    By Fins Up In Indiana
    I've got 30+ Elton John CDs. Today, I heard, for the first time ever, what seemed like a 20 minute version of Burn Down the Mission on Deep Tracks Sirius XM Channel 27, and had to find this version. Good God almighty. I am getting this just for that. Unbelievable.
  • Chills!!!

    5
    By Somewheredownsouth
    Well it's been 43 years since hearing my favorite Elton John recording and it still makes the hair stand up on the back of my neck! Elton is ELECTRIFYING on every cut of this one. Good Lord it's timeless. Can't give this one enough superlatives. Take a lesson, you up & coming rockers.
  • 11-17-70

    5
    By Live at 6 Pack's
    This album was intended to resemble a bootleg. The raw sound of the original was almost as exciting as seeing him live. Live at Leeds was also made to look like a bootleg. It may not sound like the vinyl copy but still great stuff.
  • Burn Down the Mission OMG

    5
    By rwhullii
    OMG The live verison of Burn Down the Mission is enough reason to buy this album. Take Me to The Pilot is the most popular song off this album as Pilot has a been a staple of live shows of Elton for years, but this album is a must own for any Elton fan!!!
  • Absolutely incredible. Knew he was great but this is amazing.

    5
    By the truth fairy
    I wore out my LP's of Elton John and Tumblweed and Madman in the 70's, but never saw him live or heard this concert. I knew he had a repuation for being a monster in concerts but this just blows me away. And having never heard the LP I must say I don't mind the enhancements the other reviewers object to, but I can see their point if they had gotten used to another sound. But bottom line, this is right up there with Live At Leeds as one of the greatest live performances ever.
  • Remix ruined the rawness of the original

    2
    By Yance63
    100% agree with those who think the remake ruined the album. The intimacy of this concert on vinyl was as if the three piece band was in your living room. The raw mix of the three piece band highlighted their musicianship and Elton's vocal talent. If memory serves me correctly there was no effects, it was just the band. And it was wonderful. I'm sure the early versions of album on CD probably worked read me and maintain much of that sound. I can't believe a sound engineer with any real muster , with any real knowledge of this albums original sound would drown the drums, piano and vocals with reverb and echo. Save those effects engineers for people who can't sing well or play. That being said the live performance is still immaculate and I believe one of the best ever put to tape. bring this remixed version just made me wish I still had my vinyl album from 35 years ago.
  • Destroyed

    1
    By PedroSR
    I have been devoted to the vinyl album for years and love turning my friends on to it who only know Elton as a vapid pop singer who became a caricature of himself. This remix completely destroy's the intimacy of the original. My dog could have done a better job. Leave well enough alone for goodness sake!

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