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Published on Oct 11, 2011
Elton John live in Earls Court, London on the 13th of May 1993. I fell in love with this gig and it's probably my favorite from this period. It's in a great quality, but not so great of a soundboard recording, however, it doens't matter at all! The concert contains a great setlist with cover songs of Queen (The Show Must Go On) and The Rolling Stones (Jumping Jack Flash). Furthermore it contains some rarely performed songs like Come Down In Time, played with the band which is very unusual, Captain Fantastic And The Brown Dirt Cowboy, and The Last Song. There's also some really great versions of the songs. The very funky intro to Philadelphia Freedom, fantastic version of Mona Lisas And Mad Hatters part 2, great intro to Bennie And The Jets, and a fantastic duet between Elton and the choir during Sad Songs (Say So Much) where we also get to hear some of the lowest tones Elton can sing. Elton is in pretty good vocal shape at this gig and it is the last year where Elton would play the Roland RD-1000 before switching over to the Yamaga disklavier which he still uses.
P.S. The picture is actually from 1992 during rehearsals for the the tribute concert to Freddie Murcury!