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John Leyton - The Best Of...Plus album

John Leyton - The Best Of...Plus album

  • Performer: John Leyton
  • Genre: Pop
  • Title: The Best Of...Plus
  • Released: 1988
  • MP3 version size: 1572 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1696 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 810


Recorded 1961 by UK HMV Records. This track is from John's first LP-album "The Two Sides Of John Leyton".

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Johnny Remember Me" is a song which became a 1961 UK Singles Chart hit single for John Leyton, backed by The Outlaws. It was producer Joe Meek's first production. Recounting the haunting – real or imagined – of a young man by his dead lover, the song is one of the most noted of the 'death ditties' that populated the pop charts, on both sides of the Atlantic, in the early to mid-1960s

A few years ago I went to a restaurant in north London and sitting at the adjacent table was John Leyton. I was taken aback on two counts: firstly, it was John Leyton! And secondly, it was very obviously John Leyton – given the passing decades, he looked ridiculously similar to the star of The Great Escape and numerous sixties hits. The restaurant was only a few hundred yards from the scene of Leyton's greatest musical triumph – Joe Meek's studio on Holloway Road where he had recorded the immortal Johnny Remember Me in 1961. It'd be interesting to know if anyone ever called the star 'Johnny' rather 'John', as it must have felt like every other song he was given to record had 'Johnny' in the title, and most of them ended in loneliness and despair.

Picking Elton John's single greatest album is no easy task. The man worked like a maniac in the early 1970s, releasing 10 albums between 1970 and 1976. Those were his golden years, but he kept going and managed more than a few true creative comebacks in the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s. He started it a complete unknown and by the end, he was a global superstar with two of the best rock albums of the decade under his best. He'd also transformed into a powerhouse live act, backed only by bassist Dee Murray and drummer Nigel Olsson. They didn't have a guitarist, creating plenty of space for Elton to take lead on the piano.

Elton John is ranked number 132 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 27,489. Members who like this artist also like: Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin. Elton John-Classic Elton John-CD-1994-CEMA Special Markets-Very Good Plus Condition: Very Good. Time left: 2m 55s. Ships to: Worldwide.

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Culling the best Elton John songs from his extensive catalog feels like folly in a way. The knighted pop icon has nearly 60 Top 40 singles for good reason; both with and without lyricist Bernie Taupin, John has written a big pile o' great songs, with a variety that stretches from rockers to ballads, soul to show tunes and blues to symphonic grandeur. John may have sung about "waiting for the day he can spread his wings," but the guy who sang this earnest ballad from his 1969 debut album Empty Sky was already well-formed and ready to take flight - although nobody then could have known the heights he'd reach. 19. Elton John - "I Don't Wanna Go On With You Like That". The lead single from 1988's Reg Strikes Back is taut, spare and propulsive, with some of the most inspired piano playing we'd heard from John in quite some time. 18. Elton John - "Electricity".


1 Johnny Remember Me
2 Wild Wind
3 Six White Horses
4 Son This Is She
5 Lone Rider
6 Lonely City
7 I Think I'm Falling In Love
8 Lonely Johnny
9 Oh Lover
10 I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine
11 You Took My Love For Granted
12 I Guess You Are Always On My Mind
13 Funny Man
14 A Man Is Not Supposed To Cry
15 The Girl On The Floor Above
16 Tell Laura I Love Her
17 On Lovers Hill
18 Too Many Late Nights
19 Lovers Lane
20 I'm Gonna Let My Hair Down
21 Don't Let Her Go Away
22 All I Want Is You
23 I Want A Love I Can See
24 (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons
25 That's How To Make Love
26 I'll Cut Your Tail Off
27 Land Of Love
28 Cupboard Love
29 How Will It End
30 It Would Be Easy
31 Beautiful Dreamer
32 Another Man
33 Make Love To Me

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