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Pop Singer's First Live LP Was Released Over Half a Century Ago

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11-17-70 (17-11-70 in the UK) was released 51 years ago this week.

 
This was Elton's first live album. He was accompanied by Nigel Olsson and Dee Murray, and the performance was broadcast on WABC-FM. The set list included Burn Down the Mission, Bad Side of the Moon, Take Me to the Pilot, and the Rolling Stones' Honky Tonk Women.
 
On April 22, 2017, a reissue, dubbed 11-17-70+, came out on Record Store Day. This was also when the musician was annointed as the first Worldwide Record Store Day Legend, markling the annual celebration's 10th anniversary.
 
Виниловая пластинка ELTON JOHN - 11-17-70
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