Elton John - Love Songs





















Track List:
01 Can You Feel The Love Tonight
02 The One
03 Sacrifice
04 Daniel
05 Someone Saved My Life Tonight
06 Your Song
07 Don't Let The Sun Go Down on Me
08 Believe
09 Blue Eyes
10 Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word
11 Blessed
12 Candle In The Wind
13 You Can Make History Young Again
14 No Valentines
15 Circle of Life
BONUS TRACKS:
16 I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues
17 Nikita
18 True Love (with Kiki Dee)





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2 comments:

I have OSTs aplenty said...

Elton John goes in and out of fashion, but he never goes away, and this selection of songs is a reminder of why.

“Sacrifice” is the song of a 40-year-old man, Bernie Taupin, who had been through failed marriages and disastrous sexual conquests.

Inspired by Aretha Franklin and Percy Sledge music, the song is a lament about being insensitive to what you sacrifice when others suffer as a result of your pursuit of self-gratification.

It's knowing and clearly autobiographical.

The link, and so are the links of many beautiful OSTs, are dead.

Yeah I know. ZhenJin is mad hot!

Music was ruined by MTV. He is one guy who is saving music.

“That's the beauty of music. They can't take that away from you.” ~Red~ -The Shawshank Redemption.

Jini said...

Thank you for your comment. Surely, Elton John deserves the commendation for having brought with us to listen some quality music. In fact, the charts and records in the music industry shows it all.

I also read about that history of the song "Sacrifice" in one of my readings from the internet and although one sad song, but it greatly affected people undergoing such kind of feelings in life.

As to your request on the OST albums, I'm afraid you have to request for it one-album-at-a-time since there are also people who are requesting other albums and I also need to accommodate them.

Again, thank you for your time to read my music blog meanwhile...enjoy the music!

Oh and by the way, I don't believe MTV ruined Music. Music will always live with or without MTV. If there's no music, there will be no MTV and I don't think I can also live without music!