Tumbleweed Connection (Remastered) - Elton John

Tumbleweed Connection (Remastered)

Elton John

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 1970-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 1970 This Record Company Ltd.

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Ballad of a Well-Known Gun Elton John 5:01 USD 1.29
2
Come Down in Time Elton John 3:25 USD 1.29
3
Country Comfort Elton John 5:06 USD 1.29
4
Son of Your Father Elton John 3:48 USD 1.29
5
My Father's Gun Elton John 6:20 USD 1.29
6
Where to Now St. Peter? Elton John 4:11 USD 1.29
7
Love Song Elton John 3:39 USD 1.29
8
Amoreena Elton John 5:02 USD 1.29
9
Talking Old Soldiers Elton John 4:04 USD 1.29
10
Burn Down the Mission Elton John 6:22 USD 1.29
11
Into the Old Man's Shoes Elton John 4:17 USD 1.29
12
Madman Across the Water Elton John 8:52 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • Mick Ronson on Madman

    5
    By lie2me
    The Madman Across the Water song includes Mick Ronson playing lead guitar. He is famous for his time with David Bowie as one of the Spiders From Mars and up to the Diamond Dogs album. He helped arrange the music in many of the classic Bowie songs.
  • Madman across the water

    1
    By Harleyboy250
    Maybe you never listen to the original masterpiece, but you need too. This one is terrible.
  • BUYER BEWARE!!!!!!

    1
    By Vf84
    Is it possible!!!, am I the only person that here's the horrible artifacts in these recordings, I have all of Elton John's albums on vinyl and on CD and there's some of the best that I've heard, however iTunes has seem to of done it again by destroying and artists work, it just goes to show it's about money!!!!, and not Quality. with iTunes
  • A Classic Example of a Great Album

    5
    By hammerbill
    As non compilation albums go, this one is timeless and just plain good. "Where to Now St Peter" is a masterpiece and the other songs on the album do not disappoint-as is often the case with most other artists' albums. Any one of these songs could easily be among a person's favorites. Thoughtful, reflective and very artistic.
  • His best

    5
    By kittykattypoop🎎
    Amoreena makes me cry😭😭😭😭😭😭
  • Top 10 Albums of All Time

    5
    By PeterNNJ
    This album is pure musical genius from start to finish. It was the lyrical journey that turned Bernie Taupin into the Brown Dirt Cowboy as he'll write later. Both Elton & Bernie loved The Band, and this album clearly demonstrates that influence. Some of the biggest artists in rock were asked to vote on what was MUSICALLY the best rock album of all time, and Tumbleweed Connection was right near the very top of the list. As Sting said, you listen to a song like Come Down In Time, and then you look at what you just wrote, and say 'Why can't I write THAT, instead if this' I'm sure Elton says that to himself all the time.
  • Absolute Genius

    5
    By TRex59
    It rare these days to find true genius in popular music. Listening to TC (again) is listening to genius, and not only Elton John's genius, but that rarity that brings genius together. The genius of Bernie's lyrics, Paul Buckmaster's arrangements, Gus Dungeon's production and the musicians. The musicians, some of the most underated and unrecognized in the industry. I own everything Elton has ever done, the good, the bad, and yes the ugly. Because even when he is mediocre or "meh," he still out shines all of his contemporaries. He helped get me through my teenage years and that is really something.
  • Stupendous

    5
    By Elton Fan #1
    Without a doubt one of the finest works in music history. Brilliantly raw and written with a concept, it's the backbone of the whole idea of Americana and its music. Ahead of its time in terms of unity, this album will still be regarded as one of the best in surely the next fifty years, and if not, the next hundred. It's the soundtrack to my emotions.
  • So underrated

    5
    By Taylor skye
    ^ Fantastic.
  • Full Circle

    5
    By chiliD322
    I’ve sort of taken a different circle than Elton. I’ve been really a big Leon Russell fan this whole time, while kind of losing touch with Elton’s material for a couple of decades. “The Union” album did just the opposite of what Elton had intended. Instead of re-introducing people to Leon, it was Leon’s involvement that re-introduced me to Elton. I was unaware that his back catalogue had been updated with bonus tracks. It’s really nice to hear the long-lost “Mick Ronson”(former guitarist for David Bowie’s Spiders From Mars) version of “Madman Across The Water” here. I always liked the Buckmaster strings, but before I left Elton behind in the 80s, I’d never come across this version. Sounds just like what I thought it would from all the descriptions I’d read. Granted “Tumbleweed Connection” is one of Elton’s “must have” albums, this version of “Madman Across The Water” is a huge attraction and almost worth the price of admission for the whole album!

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