Finally our travails lead us to the end of the 80s road for Elton - and here he negotiates his rockiest terrain (regarding quality not style) but the final destination is a happy one creatively and commercially.
Candle In The Wind (live)
I Don't Wanna Go On With You Like That
These Dreams - Heart
Give Me Love Your Way
0:03:42: "Leather Jackets"
0:46:18: "Reg Strikes Back"
1:13:50: 1989 / "Sleeping With The Past"
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