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Elton John & Leon Russell - The Union Release Date.: 2010-10-11 Store Date...: 2010-10-19 Source.......: CD Style........: Pop Record Label.: Decca Cat Nr.......: Encoder......: Lame 3.97 (-V2 --vbr-new) Quality......: 176kbps avg / 44.1KHz / Joint Stereo 1. If It Wasn't For Bad 3:42 2. Eight Hundred Dollar Shoes 3:22 3. Hey Ahab 5:39 4. Gone To Shiloh 4:50 5. Jimmie Rodger's Dream 3:42 6. There's No Tomorrow 3:45 7. Monkey Suit 4:45 8. The Best Part Of The Day 4:45 9. A Dream Come True 5:05 10.When Love Is Dying 4:50 11.I Should Have Sent Roses 5:18 12.Hearts Should Have Turned To Stone 3:47 13.Never Too Old (To Hold Somebody) 4:57 14.The Hands Of Angels 4:43 Release notes: Set for release by Universal in October, 2010, and produced by T Bone Burnett, The Union marks the culmination of a mutual musical adoration that began in the late 1960s, ahead of Elton's debut US performance in 1970 at The Troubadour Club in Los Angeles. The album is a collaboration between Elton and Leon Russell, with songs by Elton and Bernie Taupin; by Elton, Bernie and Leon; by Elton and Leon and by Leon alone. The Union was recorded in Los Angeles earlier this year, with guest musicians including Brian Wilson, Booker T, Don Was and Neil Young. Cameron Crowe has filmed the sessions for a documentary, creating too a moment of history as this is the first time that the genesis of Elton's music has been recorded on film. Critics who have had an early preview of the album are united in praise for the work that Elton describes as a "Seventies record with a modern feel." Enjoy! Info: Like it? Buy it! Dont forget to support the artists!