V.A. - Two Rooms: Celebrating the Songs of Elton John & Bernie Taupin *1991* [Flac]
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Artist: Various Artists
Title: Two Rooms: Celebrating the Songs of Elton John & Bernie Taupin
Playing Time: 78:51
Total Size: 464,69 MB
Quality: FLAC+Cue+Log+Cover[Front Back CD]
1- Border Song - Eric Clapton 4:21
2- Rocket Man (I Think It's Going to Be a Long, Long Time) - Kate Bush 4:57
3- Come Down in Time - Sting 3:38
4- Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting - The Who 4:32
5- Crocodile Rock - The Beach Boys 4:21
6- Daniel - Wilson Phillips 4:03
7- Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word - Joe Cocker 3:57
8- Levon - Jon Bon Jovi 5:27
9- The Bitch Is Back - Tina Turner 3:38
10- Philadelphia Freedom - Hall & Oates 5:12
11- Your Song - Rod Stewart 4:49
12- Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me - Oleta Adams 6:02
13- Madman Across the Water - Bruce Hornsby 6:10
14- Sacrifice - Sinéad O'Connor 5:12
15- Burn Down the Mission - Phil Collins 6:58
16- Tonight - George Michael 7:23
Two Rooms: Celebrating the Songs of Elton John & Bernie Taupin is a 1991 tribute album consisting of interpretations of sixteen songs written by Elton John and Bernie Taupin . The title refers to a song on John's album 21 at 33 , "Two Rooms at the End of the World", and to the duo's unusual collaborative style; it is also the title of a 1991 film documenting their collaboration.
The album gained an uneven reception, though some performances were singled out for praise, including Sinéad O'Connor 's interpretation of " Sacrifice " and Kate Bush 's reggae-inflected version of " Rocket Man ", which in 2007 won The Observer readers' award for Greatest Cover of all time.
Oleta Adams ' version of " Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me ", peaked at #33 in the UK charts. Kate Bush's "Rocket Man" was released as a single and peaked at #12 in the UK and #2 in Australia (where it beat the original version's chart position by several places). Wilson Phillips ' cover of " Daniel ", while not released as a single, peaked at #7 in the US Adult Contemporary chart due to strong radio airplay.