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Bennie And The Jets was a B-side to Candle In The Wind when it was released back in 1973 and was spelled "Benny". In 1976 the song was released as an A-Side single in the UK.
The track appears on the Goodbye Yellow Brick Road album. Elton John was initially against releasing this as a single because he expected it to fail. The song was a #1 in both Canada and the US.
Captain Fantastic is a track from the Captain Fantastic & The Dirty Brown Cowboy album of 1975. The title is referring to Elton as the captain and Bernie Taupin as the Dirty Brown Cowboy.
This song was not released as a single from the album.
Country Comfort was a single release from the "Tumbleweed Connection" album in 1970.
The song only charted in New Zealand at #15.
Crocodile Rock was a break-through song of sorts for Elton John in 1972 as this one reached #1 in several countries including Canada, New Zealand Switzerland and the US.
It was also a top 10 in several other countries including the UK where it peaked at #5. The song hails from the album "Don't Shoot Me I'm Only The Piano Player".
Daniel was released in 1973 and also managed a #1 in Canada and the US and reaching the top 10 in many counties. In the UK Daniel peaked at #4.
The one can be found on the "Don't Shoot Me I'm Only The Piano Player" album.
Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me was a #1 in Canada and a #2 in the US on it's initial release. The song charted again in the 1991 when Elton and George Michael did a duet and took the song to #1 several countries and a top 10 in several others.
This song is initially from the Caribou album.
Empty Garden is a tribute song to John Lennon that was written 15 months after his death and was released as a single in 1982.
The song reached #8 in Canada, #13 in the US and #51 in the UK. The single is from the "Jump Up" album.
Friends was a 1971 single release from the album "Elton John" and was co-written with Bernie Taupin. It was the title track in the movie "Friends" starring Sean Bury.
This song hit #34 in the US ON Billboard and #17 on the Cash Box chart. It Canada it reached #13.
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road is the lead track from the 1973 album of the same name.
New Zealand and Canada give Elton a #1 hit. In the US it hit #2 and in the UK it peaked at #6.
Honky Cat was a big song for Elton John in 1972 from the album "Honky Chateau".
It reached #6 in the US and #10 in Canada. It also hit #4 in New Zealand and managed a #31 in the UK.
Mama Can't Buy You Love was a #1 hit in the US only when it hit the airwaves in 1979. It did reach #10 in Canada as well.
The track is from the album "The Complete Thom Bell Sessions".
Mona Lisas And Mad Hatters is a song from the 1972 album "Honky Chateau" and is one of Elton's favourite songs.
I don't believe the song was ever released as a single but is a crowd pleaser.
Nikita was a monster hot Sir Elton in 1985. It was a #1 in several countries and a top 5 in several others.
The track is from the "Ice On Fire" album.
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