Vinyl LP with Damaged Cover
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• 180 Gram Vinyl Record
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One of six albums representing Elton John's career between 1970 and 2001
Remastered from the original tapes by legendary engineer Bob Ludwig
Vinyl cut at the renowned Abbey Road Studios
Burberry has partnered with Elton John to release a limited edition vinyl LP box set of six of his classic albums. The albums are also being sold individually.
The 180-gram, 12-inch vinyl LPs include all the original artwork and sleeve notes. The albums were remastered from the original tapes by legendary engineer Bob Ludwig, and the vinyl cut at the renowned Abbey Road Studios in London.
Elton's first live album was named after the date on which it was recorded in front of an intimate audience at famed A&R Studios in New York, with his original band of piano, bass and drums, and was released in 1971. This became his fourth album to simultaneously appear in the Billboard Top 100 charts in the U.S. — a feat that had not been accomplished by any artist since The Beatles.
|Take Me To The Pilot|
|Honky Tonk Women|
|Sixty Years On|
|Can I Put You On|
|Bad Side Of The Moon|
|Burn Down The Mission|