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Covers - The World of Elton John

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The Who  Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting)   buy on itunes
Ben Folds  Tiny Dancer   buy on itunes
My Morning Jacket  Rocket Man   buy on itunes
Brandi Carlile  Sixty Years On   buy on itunes
Keith Urban  Country Comfort   buy on itunes
Harry Connick, Jr.  Your Song   buy on itunes
Aretha Franklin  Border Song (Holy Moses)   buy on itunes
Tina Turner  The Bitch Is Back   buy on itunes
Bettye LaVette  Don't Let the Sun Go Down On Me   buy on itunes
Jimmy Scott  Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word   buy on itunes
Don Renaldo and His String & Horn Sections & MFSB  Philadelphia Freedom   buy on itunes
Ben E. King  Take Me to the Pilot   buy on itunes
Ringo Starr  Snookeroo   buy on itunes
Kiki Dee  Lonnie and Josie   buy on itunes
Three Dog Night  Lady Samantha   buy on itunes
Spooky Tooth  Son of Your Father   buy on itunes
Fuel  Daniel   buy on itunes
Bruce Hornsby & The Range  Madman Across the Water   buy on itunes
Sandy Denny  Candle In the Wind   buy on itunes
Judy Collins  Come Down In Time   buy on itunes
Melanie  I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues   buy on itunes
Kate Taylor  Ballad of a Well Known Gun   buy on itunes
The Muckrakers  Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters   buy on itunes
April Wine  Bad Side of the Moon   buy on itunes
Elliott Yamin  Can You Feel the Love Tonight   buy on itunes
Matisyahu  Circle of Life   buy on itunes
Bunny Wailer  Hakuna Matata   buy on itunes
Maddy Prior & The Girls  I Need You To Turn To   buy on itunes
Lani Misalucha  Skyline Pigeon   buy on itunes
Jasper Steverlinck  We All Fall In Love Sometimes   buy on itunes


Elton John's work has covered the entire spectrum of pop music, so it's no wonder why artists of every type have stepped up to cover him. Leather-lunged Roger Daltrey leads The Who into a bare-knuckle rave-up of "Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting)," returning the favor that Elton extended in his cover of their "Pinball Wizard." Bettye LaVette wrings out a hankie full o' soul in the late-night desolation of "Don't Let the Sun Go Down On Me," her voice cracking as she traces the emotional scar tissue crisscrossing her wounded heart. And if you thought it was only the old-timers who dipped into Elton John's songbook, check out My Morning Jacket's reverb-laden, dream-pop take on "Rocket Man." But don't stop there; from Tina Turner to Matisyahu, the artists you love most love Elton just as much. As they say, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery . . .
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