Legal Boys - Elton John - Jump Up! (CD, Album)


Download Legal Boys - Elton John - Jump Up! (CD, Album)
2010
Label: Mercury - UICY-94412 • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered SHM-CD, Cardboard Sleeve • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Soft Rock, Pop Rock


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  1. Elton's Jump Up! has always been to me a fun album. Other than the very heavy (and very good) Empty Garden, it's a light breezy album, kind of a mood picker-upper, at least for me. The only song I don't like is Blue Eyes, the tempo is draggy and the world "blue" is repeated so much it gets annoying/5(24).
  2. Aug 08,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Elton John - Jump Up! at Discogs. Complete your Elton John collection/5().
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Jump Up! on Discogs. Label: The Rocket Record Company - • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Repress • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock/5(4).
  4. Some cite the "Too Low For Zero" LP as marking Elton's comeback both artistically and commercially, but I contend that "Jump-Up" was Elton's definitive 80's comeback album and that "Too Low" simply built on the momentum Elton created with "Jump-Up". This album is about as good as anything Elton released post/5(63).
  5. "Legal Boys" was written by John and Tim Rice, who would write lyrics for songs for The Lion King twelve years later. This is the last studio album in which James Newton-Howard plays keyboards. In a Sirius radio special, John's lyricist, Bernie Taupin, called Jump Up! "one of our worst albums," adding "it's a terrible, awful, disposable.
  6. Elton's Jump Up! has always been to me a fun album. Other than the very heavy (and very good) Empty Garden, it's a light breezy album, kind of a mood picker-upper, at least for me. The only song I don't like is Blue Eyes, the tempo is draggy and the world "blue" is repeated so much it gets annoying/5(20).

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