Sean Lally

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I think I'm going to kill myself.

Side A
Artist Song Buy
Elton John  Goodbye yellow brick road   buy on itunes
EJ  Bennie and the Jets  buy on itunes
EJ  Someone saved my life tonight  buy on itunes
EJ  Don't let the sun go down on me  buy on itunes
EJ  Levon  buy on itunes
EJ  Pinball Wizard  buy on itunes
EJ  Rocket man  buy on itunes
EJ  I think I'm going to kill myself  buy on itunes
EJ  Sorry seems to be the hardest word  buy on itunes
EJ  Crocodile rock  buy on itunes
EJ  Country comfort  buy on itunes
EJ  Honky cat  buy on itunes
EJ  Tiny dancer  buy on itunes
EJ  Island girl  buy on itunes
EJ  Don't go breaking my heart (with Kiki Dee)  buy on itunes
EJ  The bitch is back  buy on itunes
Side B
Elton John  Sugar on the floor   buy on itunes
EJ  All the girls love Alice  buy on itunes
EJ  Screw you (young man's blues)  buy on itunes
EJ  Someone's final song  buy on itunes
EJ  Social disease  buy on itunes
EJ  No shoe strings on Louise  buy on itunes
EJ  Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters  buy on itunes
EJ  Sixty years on  buy on itunes
EJ  I feel like a bullet (in the gun of Robert Ford)  buy on itunes
EJ  Grey seal  buy on itunes
EJ  Amoreena  buy on itunes
EJ  Chameleon  buy on itunes
EJ  Grimsby  buy on itunes
EJ  Lady Samantha  buy on itunes
EJ  I've seen that movie too  buy on itunes
EJ  We all fall in love sometimes  buy on itunes


Reginald Dwight must live! Disc one, compiled for at my wife's request, consists of the big guns of EJ's pre-1980 career. Disc two, some more obscure faves. I know, I know ... Elton's albums, while featuring brilliant singles, have some of the worst, most-dated production of any 70s artists. Yes, there's schlock.... And yet there are the singles.... I still remember my cousin hipping me to Elton in the early 70s - he seemed so cool, so other wordly, so mystical.... Anyway, I still play air-piano to "Bennie and the Jets", and I bet you do, too. (Two cd's, if'n you care.)


running away into you
Date: 5/18/2006
Great title track. Great mix.
Rob Conroy
Date: 5/18/2006
Disc 1 has tons of great choices (although "Mona Lisas," my favorite track, is on Disc 2), although I don't get the appeal of that Kiki Dee duet, "Crocodile Rock" and (especially) "Island Girl." I'm not too fond of most of the "obscure" tracks that you've chosen, bar "Mona Lisas" and "Sixty Years On," but hey, that's why we make our own mixes. :-) (I'm not sure if you're familiar with my "Rose trees never grow in New York City" mix from a few years ago, but I'd be interested in hearing your take on it.)
Little Spencer Boys
Date: 5/18/2006
I do still love a lot of his early stuff, but opine that he shot his wad (metaphorically)a long time ago. But when Dwight was Right, he WAS the 70's.
Pop Kulcher
Date: 5/18/2006
Alas, when I posted my Elton John [& Billy Joel] Must Die mix of piano music a couple weeks back, I kinda meant it. Never liked Elton, never will. Not even as a guilty pleasure. I just find his songs and his singing really grating. One exception -- "Rocket Man," which is pretty amazing any way you cut it. (And I guess I don't mind "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road.") I'll probably check out some of the tunes on cd 2 to see if I'm missing something else I like, but the singles? Not for me.
In response to Rob -- I do see the appeal to the Kiki Dee duet, but primarily because it was a big hit when I was 9 or 10 and first getting into rock & roll radio, so I've got a soft spot for that one.
Date: 5/18/2006
Sean,Please send this mix to me, immedialely. I have not cashed with another Greatest Hits/Obscuros package this year. And, I'd like to do so, as soon as possibleRespectfully,Elton JohnP.S. Please provide payment for all royalities (real or imaginary) you receive for posting this mix.
Air Raid
Date: 5/18/2006
Fantasic!!!! Tiny Dancer is my favorite song. Well done 5 stars.
Date: 5/18/2006
I make no apology for my love of early Elton and came to him in the early '70s, like you, via the influence of a cousin (along with Mott the Hoople, Bowie, etc.). Great stuff Sean.
Mark Petruccelli
Date: 5/19/2006
Interesting, I just traded for an Elton John comp recently and found that I'm still quite fond of alot of the singles (now that I am no longer bombarded with them on radio). Brings back fun memories of a soon to be mis-spent youth.
DJ Karen Adams
Date: 5/22/2006
Nice archive.
Date: 5/22/2006
I actually like 'Don't Go Breaking My Heart' a lot.
p the swede
Date: 5/30/2006
the first side is ace, but I think I miss all the stuff from the Tom Bell sessions, which is a masterpiece

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