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Torrent name: Elton John - Peachtree Road [Flac]
File size: 331.67 MB
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Elton John - Peachtree Road [Flac]



Artist: Elton John
Title Of Album: Peachtree Road
Year: 2004
Genre: Pop Rock
Source: CD
Playing Time: 52:05
Total Size: 331,44 MB
Quality: FLAC+Cue+Log + Cover [Front Back CD]
Bitrate: Lossless

1. Elton John - Too Many Tears [04:14]
2. Elton John - It's Getting Dark In Here [03:50]
3. Elton John - I Can't Keep This From You [04:34]
4. Elton John - Weight Of The World [03:58]
5. Elton John - Porch Swing In Tupelo [04:38]
6. Elton John - Answer In The Sky [04:03]
7. Elton John - Turn The Lights Out When You Leave [05:02]
8. Elton John - My Elusive Drug [04:12]
9. Elton John - They Call Her The Cat [04:27]
10. Elton John - Freaks In Love [04:32]
11. Elton John - All That I'm Allowed [04:52]
12. Elton John - I Stop And I Breathe [03:39]

Elton John returned to the sound and aesthetic of his classic early-'70s work with 2001's Songs From the West Coast , finding critical acclaim, if not much commercial success. Not that the lack of sales greatly bothered Elton -- in many interviews, including one with Entertainment Weekly the week before Peachtree Road was released in November 2004, he claimed he was "disappointed" that it just barely went gold, but he was tired of making "uneven" records. John wasn't merely doing publicity: Peachtree Road proves that he's back to making good, solid records focused on songs, not hits, the way he did at the outset of his career. Since this is an album by a veteran, not an artist on the rise, it doesn't have the sense of discovery, or the hunger, that the early records still retain, and the production -- the first self-production by John with no collaborators -- is a little cleaner and crisper than the rich, warm sound of the late Gus Dudgeon (to whom this record is dedicated), who helmed such masterworks as Tumbleweed Connection . This means Peachtree Road is about craft, both in the writing and recording, which also means that it's a grower, with each song sounding stronger, better with each spin. While the sound of the record is bright and polished, this album makes few concessions to radio: this is certainly adult pop, but it never panders to adult contemporary radio, and the music is a little too rugged and sturdy to fit alongside the stubbornly sweet sounds of 21st century MOR. Which is precisely the point, of course: Elton has consciously returned to the reflective singer/songwriter template of the early '70s, both in his writing and production. Not that this is as lush as Elton John or country-tinged as Tumbleweed Connection -- "Answer in the Sky" recalls the high-flying disco of "Philadelphia Freedom" quite deliberately, and "They Call Her the Cat" finds a halfway point between "Honkey Cat" and "The Bitch Is Back" -- but it fits alongside those albums quite nicely because the focus is on songs, not trying to have hits. These songs may not rival his standards, but they're in the same tradition, and there's not a bad song in the bunch, resulting in a sturdy, satisfying record that proves that the comeback on Songs From the West Coast was no fluke and, hopefully, this latter-day renaissance for Elton will not be short-lived either.

Files list

- [10] Too Many Tears - Elton John.flac File size : 25.39 MB
- [11] It's Getting Dark In Here - Elton John.flac File size : 24.56 MB
- [12] I Can't Keep This From You - Elton John.flac File size : 29.27 MB
- [1] Weight Of The World - Elton John.flac File size : 24.63 MB
- [2] Porch Swing In Tupelo - Elton John.flac File size : 29.24 MB
- [3] Answer In The Sky - Elton John.flac File size : 25.93 MB
- [4] Turn The Lights Out When You Leave - Elton John.flac File size : 33.92 MB
- [5] My Elusive Drug - Elton John.flac File size : 25.32 MB
- [6] They Call Her The Cat - Elton John.flac File size : 30.47 MB
- [7] Freaks In Love - Elton John.flac File size : 29.75 MB
- [8] All That I'm Allowed - Elton John.flac File size : 31.56 MB
- [9] I Stop And I Breathe - Elton John.flac File size : 21.4 MB
- CD.jpg File size : 69.2 KB
- Cover Back.jpg File size : 72.1 KB
- Cover Front.jpg File size : 75.49 KB
- Elton John - Peachtree Road .log File size : 13.48 KB
- Elton John - Peachtree Road .m3u8 File size : 1.09 KB
- Peachtree Road.cue File size : 2.02 KB

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