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  • ASIN : B000002OQ6
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Un superbe album en duos d'Elton John, très romantique, sur de belles musiques comme sait le faire ce compositeur-interprète de renom. Un beau cadeau pour une saint valentin. Je le recommande.
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Sans doute le disque le plus inutile d'Elton John. Une simple opération marketing?
Des chansons interprètées sans âme, froides, expédiées par des artistes qui semblent non concernés. Fan d'Elton, ce disque à oublier ne peut que renvoyer à "Goodbye yellow brick road" et autres merveilles du maître. En attendant le nouvel opus attendu pour la fin 2009.
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HASH(0x9c7ebedc) étoiles sur 5 Double Is Better Than One 26 décembre 2002
Par Michael Kerner - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
At the height of Elton John's revival in the 1990's, he always was able to make a claim into something brand new into the mainstream. Sometimes, it can be easier said than done. Nevertheless, it can be a delightful experience, since Elton scored some of his biggest hits with some of the most dynamic artists in music history, from John Lennon, Eric Clapton, and even the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin.
His 1993 Duets was widely accepted by critics as a chance-taking record. Although it was to me as well, not many of Elton John's fans were concerned about the album, as much as they had with his other record, The One. The album blends in 15 of the most interesting artists in music at that time, from a short reunion with Kiki Dee, who only was a one-hit wonder thanks to Elton John, on the Cole Porter song, True Love, to performances with artists like If You Were Me, with acclaimed guitarist Chris Rea, and a dance mixed version of Don't Go Breaking My Heart, and his #1 duet with George Michael on Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me. Elton also blends in on one song by himself, apply titled Duets For One.
While the album isn't sold as many places as it was when it came out in 1993, Elton John's Duets record is truly a very interesting experience to listen to. This is one collection that fans of Elton John should dare to get as a guilty pleasure.
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HASH(0x9c7ebf30) étoiles sur 5 Fascinating collection 24 janvier 2005
Par Peter Durward Harris - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It is always interesting to see which guests are present on a collection like this. Elton has chosen duet partners from a diverse range of musical backgrounds so although they all adapt, to some extent, to sing with Elton, it still makes for a somewhat eclectic album. So if you have broad musical tastes, you will enjoy the contrasting styles - if not, may find the album to be somewhat patchy.

The set opens with Tear drops, supposedly a duet with k d lang although, to my ears, it sounds more like an Elton John solo with k d providing harmony vocals. Next comes a superb duet with P M Dawn, When I think about love. Little Richard is the next guest (on The power), but despite the title suggesting an up-tempo rocker, this track is just mid-tempo, although still a fine song.

Don Henley (on Shaky ground), a gently rocking song with a bluesy feel, is next. The big hit among the tracks recorded specially for the album, True love, is a cover of the fifties classic by Bing Crosby and Grace Kelly. It made number two in the UK singles chart. It's difficult to follow the pairing of Elton and Kiki, but Chris Rea makes a valiant effort on If you were me, a superb ballad written by Chris.

When I originally bought this in 1992, I was surprised to find that Tammy Wynette was among the guests. Elton is clearly a fan of her music - he later recorded a cover of Stand by your man for her memorial album - and I love their duet, A woman's needs, although I know that country fans have divided opinions about this track.

More great duets follow featuring Nik Kershaw (who plays all the instruments), Gladys Knight (with music played by Stevie Wonder), RuPaul (on a re-working of Don't go breaking my heart, but not in the same class as the original version by Elton and Kiki), Marcella Detroit (on a cover of the Motown classic, Ain't nothing like the real thing), Paul Young (on a cover of the sixties oldie I'm your puppet, made famous by James and Bobby Purify), Bonnie Raitt (on a cover of the forties classic Love letters, which became a huge international hit for Ketty Lester in the sixties) and Leonard Cohen (on a cover of another forties song, Born to lose). All these tracks are, of course, excellent.

Next comes Don't let the sun go down on me, a live duet with George Michael. Originally a huge international solo hit for Elton in the seventies, this version was a UK number one hit in 1991. It may have been the success of the single that inspired Elton to record an album of duets. The album closes with Elton performing solo on Duets for one, although one of his guests (Chris Rea) is credited among the musicians.

This album is not regarded as one of Elton's classic albums, but it is very entertaining - if you have broad musical tastes.
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HASH(0x9c7f0384) étoiles sur 5 Not really a review, as is FYI 17 novembre 2013
Par Peps - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This isn't really I review, (I had to rate this in order to post, so since I'm an Elton John Fan, I didn't want to post 5 star, since I said it's not really a review) but it'd be nice if a review is going to be made a nice concise description in a duet album contained WHO Elton John is having a duet with. In considering whether to buy this CD I found reviews that contained some of the info, but a quick guide of who his duets are....

1.) Teardrops (Duet with: k.d. lang) 4:52
2.) When I Think About Love (I Think About You) (Duet With: P.M. Dawn) 4:34
3.) The Power (Duet With: Little Richard) 6:24
4.) Shakey Ground (Duet With: Don Henley) 3:50
5.) True Love (Duet With: Kiki Dee) 3:32
6.) If You Were Me(Duet With: Chris Rea) 4:23
7.) A Woman's Needs (Duet With: Tammy Wynette) 5:16
8.) Old Friend (Duet With: Nik Kershaw ) 4:15
9.) Go on and On (Duet With: Gladys Knight) 5:49
10.) Don't Go Breaking My Heart(Duet With: RuPaul) 4:58
11.) Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing (Duet With: Marcella Detroit) 3:34 Rdio
12.) I'm Your Puppet (Duet With: Paul Young) 3:34
13.) Love Letters (Duet With: Bonnie Raitt ) 4:00
14.) Born to Lose (Duet With: Leonard Cohen) 4:31
15.) Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me (Duet With: George Michael) 5:46
16.) Duets for One (Elton John/himself) 4:51

Hope this info helps others considering whether to purchase this Album.
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HASH(0x9c7f036c) étoiles sur 5 fine assortment of Elton John's duets 16 octobre 2007
Par Matthew G. Sherwin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Elton John always does things big; and this CD gives us a whopping sixteen duets he performs with various artists. The quality of the sound is excellent, too.

The CD track set begins with Elton and k.d. lang singing "Teardrops." The musical arrangement has that '80s pop flavor to it with good percussion and drums. Elton and k.d. sound terrific and this duet really rocks! The strings enhance the natural beauty of this number. "The Power" has a strong beat for this soul type ballad; and the background choir harmonizes well. Elton sounds great as he sings this with Little Richard. Elton and Little Richard bat this one straight out of the ballpark for a grand slam home run---it's THAT good. In addition, Elton sings a passionate rendition of "A Woman's Needs" with Tammy Wynette. The piano adds to the beauty of this number; and Tammy Wynette sounds great!

Elton also does a disco/dance music rendition of "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" with RuPaul. Together Elton and RuPaul sound better than I thought they would; and they do a fine version of "Don't Go Breaking My Heart." The mixing on "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" is excellent; and the female backup vocalists help this very well.

"Born To Lose" gives us Elton doing a duet with Leonard Cohen. Leonard's deep voice works well for this number and he complements Elton's vocals perfectly. The musical arrangement makes great use of the piano and strings. Wow! Listen also for a fantastic live duet when Elton teams up with George Michael to do "Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me."

The CD track set ends with Elton performing "Duets For One;" this '80s type of pop number has some great percussion, guitar and piano. The mixing creates the illusion that Elton is doing a duet with himself--we hear two Eltons, not one, at numerous points throughout this number. "Duets For One" makes a strong ending for this fine album.

The liner notes give us some pretty fine artwork and we get the song credits, too. We even get the photos of the people who performed the duets with Elton on this album.

Elton John gives us a great album of duets with his peers; and this truly impresses me. I like the sound and flavor of this album; and I recommend it for fans of pop and rock from the '80s. Naturally, Elton's fans will want this one in their collections!
HASH(0x9c7f0834) étoiles sur 5 Great for the true fans 22 juillet 2013
Par Fred - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Yes, there are a couple of stinkers on here, but overall, it is great. Several of the songs are really, really good. I had to buy this one as a replacement because I couldn't get it back from someone who borrowed it before they scratched it up.
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