- Incredible performance from Cleveland
- Includes the entire WMMS-FM broadcast
- 8pp booklet with background notes and archival imagery
- Professionally re-mastered for superb fidelity
Elton John live from Music Hall, Cleveland, OH 26th November 1970.
Backed by Dee Murray on bass and Nigel Olsson on drums, he supported the Byrds in Cleveland on November 26th, an infectious show broadcast on WMMS-FM.
His energetic and beautifully paced set features material from his recent self-titled album and the forthcoming Tumbleweed Connection, as well as numerous superb cover versions. It’s presented here in full, together with background notes and images, and is essential for all his fans.
1 Bad Side Of The Moon
2 Country Comfort
3 Can I Put You On
4 Border Song
6 Take Me To The Pilot
7 Sixty Years On
8 Burn Down the Mission / My Baby Left Me / Get Back
9 Give Peace a Chance / Wanna Take You Higher
10 Your Song
11 Interview (1970)
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