Their Songs: The Ballad of Elton John and Bernie Taupin
Elton John and lyricist Bernie Taupin collaborated to create timeless pop songs during the 1970s.
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
House of MysteryHouse of SecretsTiger Beat,16,Circus,Hit ParadeRight On!
Elton John Bernie Taupin Say Goodbye to Norma Jeanand Other ThingsEmpty Sky
Phonograph RecordTumbleweed Connection
The Brady Bunch
Elton John Greatest Hits
CARtoonsSt. Catherine Press
TommyCaptain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy(“Prima Donna lord you really should have been there / Sitting like a princess perched in her electric chair.”
Captain FantasticMelody Maker,
(“Waking up to washing up/Making up your bed/Lazy days my razor blade/Could use a better edge”
Captain Fantastic and the Brown DirtRolling Stone
RocketmanCaptain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy
Michael A. Gonzales has written essays and articles for The Village Voice, New York, Pitchfork and Mass Appeal. Co-author of Bring the Noise: A Guide to Rap Music and Hip-Hop Culture (1991), he has written music journalism for Newark Bound, Red Bull Academy, The Wire, and Wax Poetics. His short fiction has appeared in Bronx Biannual, Brown Sugar, Black Pulp and Crime Factory. Gonzales is currently finishing his literary New York City hip-hop novel Boom for Real. More information on The Blacklist can be found on Facebook.
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