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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.
Some of them were chosen for this collection. Tina Turner, for example, tackles the ludicrously juvenile "The Bitch Is Back" and somehow manages to make it even worse. Daryl Hall and John Oates don't fare any better with the embarrassingly outdated disco anthem "Philadelphia Freedom
Kate Bush, Joe Cocker and others.
Elton and Bernie's creations,given a 30+ year legacy, more then qualifies. One ponders the music Lennon and McCartney would have created, if they had collaborated post Beatles. No one has to wonder about that with Elton and Bernie,its all out there. Their music creations continue to charm and reward the public as both these artists grow broader in life experiences. I am really enjoying this album. There are a couple of artists on here that, frankly, I would not have chosen to represent an Elton John song, but overall it is an enjoyable mix of covers by talented artists. I particularly bought this after hearing Sting's version of "Come Down in Time" on a local radio station. I love it! If you like the John/Taupin collaborations, this album is worth having in your collection. 4 people found this helpful.
This album was conceived as a tribute album to the various hits that Elton John and Bernie Taupin wrote during their lengthy careers together and features everyone from The Who to Bon Jovi covering some classic Elton tracks. It reached on the Billboard Top 200 chart and Rod Stewart’s cover of Your Song was a great hit for the album, reaching on the Adult Contemporary chart. Kate Bush's version of Rocket Man peaked at in the UK and in Australia.
Coordinator – Candace Strickland. Photography By – Bob Carlos Clarke. Photography By – Randee St. Nicholas. Photography By – Phil Dent. Photography By – Dave Morgan (12). Photography By – Neal Preston. Photography By – Timothy White (3). Photography By – John Carder Bush. Photography By – Greg Gorman.
Various Artists - Two Rooms. I bought the CD on recommendation of a friend but also due to the price Overall 14 out of 16 isn't bad! by squirrelface6204 Sep, 2014. Best-selling in CDs. See all.
From the archives: A look back at The Union, the album Elton recorded with Leon Russell. 14 February at 06:26 ·. Hey Two Rooms fans!
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|1||–Eric Clapton||Border Song
Arranged By [Horns] – Rob MounseyBass – Daryl Jones*Choir – Reverend Timothy Wright Washington Temple Concert Choir*Drums – Steve FerroneEngineer – Dave O'DonnellMixed By – Rob EatonMixed By [Assistant] – Ben FowlerOther [Producer Assistant] – Alexandra SaraspeOther [Production Co-ordinator] – Jill Dell'AbatePiano – Greg PhillinganesProducer – Eric Clapton, Truman StilesSaxophone [Alto Sax] – George Young Saxophone [Baritone Sax] – Ronnie CuberSaxophone [Tenor Sax] – Michael Brëcker*Synthesizer [Additional] – Alan Clark, Robbie KondorSynthesizer [Synth Horns] – Jeff BovaTambourine – Carol SteeleTrombone – Dave BargeronTrumpet – Alan RubinVocals, Guitar – Eric Clapton
|2||–Kate Bush||Rocket Man (I Think It's Going To Be A Long, Long Time)
Bagpipes [Uillean] – Davey Spillane*Concertina – Alistair AndersonDrums – Charlie MorganEngineer, Bass – Del PalmerGuitar – Alan MurphyProducer, Vocals, Keyboards – Kate Bush
|3||–Sting||Come Down In Time
Engineer – Richard ArnoldPiano – Nancy TreadlightRecorded By, Mixed By – Hugh PadghamVocals, Bass – Sting
|4||–The Who||Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting)
Backing Vocals – Billy Nicholls, Ian WilsonEngineer – Andy MacphersonPiano – John 'Rabbit' Bundrick*Producer – Billy NichollsProducer, Programmed By [Programming] – Jon Astley
|5||–The Beach Boys||Crocodile Rock
Backing Vocals – Adrian Baker, Bruce Johnson, Carl Wilson, Mike LoveEngineer – Jeff PetersGuitar – Jerry StevensonLead Vocals – Alan JardineProducer – Gus DudgeonProgrammed By [Programming], Keyboards, Engineer – Ian Lynne*Remix – Gus Dudgeon, TuftyVocals – Jeff Peters
Arranged By [String Arrangement] – Jerry HeyArranged By [Vocal Arrangement] – Wilson PhillipsBass – Neil StubenhausCymbal – John Robinson Engineer [Assistant] – Charlie Paakkard*, Chris Fogel, Mark Hagen, Randy LongGuitar – Michael LandauOther [Charts Prepared By] – Orion CrawfordOther [Production Co-ordinator] – Jolie LevinePiano [Acoustic] – Randy KerberProducer, Arranged By [Vocal Arrangement, Rhythm Arrangement], Electric Piano, Synthesizer – Glen BallardProgrammed By [Synthesizer Programming] – Michael BoddickerRecorded By, Mixed By – Francis BuckleySaxophone [Sax] – Daniel Higgins*
|7||–Joe Cocker||Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word
Bass – T.M. StevensDrums – Steve Holley Engineer [Assistant] – Dan Gellent, Gary LanganGuitar – Phil GrandeKeyboards – Chris StaintonProducer, Recorded By, Mixed By – David TickleSaxophone [Sax] – Deric DyerSynthesizer – John Miles
|8||–Jon Bon Jovi||Levon
Bass – Tim Harrington Drums – Tico TorresEngineer [Additional] – Phil NicoloGuitar – Phil XKeyboards – Dave Bryan*, Howie BertoloProducer – Jon Bon JoviProducer, Guitar – Aldo NovaProducer, Recorded By, Mixed By – Obie O'BrienVocals – Jon Bon Jovi
|9||–Tina Turner||The Bitch Is Back
Backing Vocals, Bass [Guitar] – Bob FeitBacking Vocals, Guitar – James RalstonBacking Vocals, Guitar [Lead] – Gene BlackBacking Vocals, Keyboards – Ollie MarlandBacking Vocals, Piano – Kenny MooreDrums – Jack BrunoEngineer [Assistant] – Brian Scheuble, Michael Douglass*, Talley SherwoodHorns [Horn Section], Arranged By [Horns], Saxophone [Sax Solo], Organ, Tambourine, Backing Vocals – Timmy Cappello*Producer – Roger DaviesProducer, Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Tina TurnerProducer, Mixed By, Engineer – Chris Lord-Alge
|10||–Daryl Hall & John Oates||Philadelphia Freedom
Backing Vocals, Electric Guitar – John OatesBass [Guitar] – Kasim SultonDrums – Michael Braun*Electric Guitar – Elliot EastonEngineer – Peter MoshayEngineer [Mix] – Curt FrascaKeyboards – Bob MayoKeyboards [Additional] – T-Bone Wolk, Terry Burros*Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Keyboards – Daryl HallOther [Guitar Technician & Crew] – Tom PermePercussion – Sammy FigueroaProducer – Daryl Hall, John Oates*, Tom "T-Bone" Wolk*Remix, Mixed By, Producer [Post-production] – Shep Pettibone
|11||–Rod Stewart||Your Song
Bass – Carmine RojasDrums – Dave Palmer*Guitar – Chrissy Shefts, Jeff GolubKeyboards – Kevin SavigarMandolin – Don TeschnerMixed By – Brian MaloufProducer – Trevor HornViolin – Richard Green*
|12||–Oleta Adams||Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me
Backing Vocals – Carol Kenyon, Tessa NilesBass – Pino PalladinoDrums – John CushonEngineer – Steve Chase*Guitar, Backing Vocals – Roland OrzabalOrgan [Hammond] – Simon ClarkProducer – Roland Orzabel*Vocals, Piano – Oleta Adams
|13||–Bruce Hornsby||Madman Across The Water
Bass – Joe PuertaDrums – John MoloEngineer – Larry MillasEngineer [Assistant] – Ken Wishner, Scott AhausEngineer [Mixing] – Tuffy*Guitar – George Marinelli Jr.*Keyboards [Additional] – John "J.T." Thomas*Producer, Lead Vocals, Piano – Bruce HornsbyProducer, Mixed By – Gus Dudgeon
Engineer – John ReynoldsEngineer [Assistant] – Paul GoldingKeyboards – Lyndon ConnahProducer – Sinead O'Connor*
|15||–Phil Collins & The Serious Band||Burn Down The Mission
Bass – Lee Sklar*Brass [Section] – Phenix Horns*Guitar – Daryl StuermerOrgan – Steve WinwoodProducer – Hugh Padgham, Phil CollinsVocals, Drums, Piano – Phil Collins
Engineer, Recorded By [Live Recording By] – Chris PorterOboe – Danny JacobsPiano, Strings – Chris CameronProducer – George MichaelStrings – Dave ClaytonWoodwind, French Horn – Andy Hamilton
- Manufactured By – PolyGram Records, Inc.
- Marketed By – PolyGram Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – John Reid Enterprises Limited
- Copyright (c) – John Reid Enterprises Limited
- Other [Album Co-ordinated By] – Candace Strickland
- Photography [Bernie Taupin] – Randee St. Nicholas
- Photography [Elton John] – Bob Carlos Clarke
- Photography [Eric Clapton] – Phil Dent
- Photography [George Michael] – Dave Morgan
- Photography [Joe Cocker] – Neal Preston
- Photography [Jon Bon Jovi] – Timothy White
- Photography [Kate Bush] – John Carda Bush
- Photography [Oleta Adams, Bruce Hornsby] – Greg Gorman
- Photography [Phil Collins] – Josh Millais
- Photography [Rod Stewart] – Diego Uchitel
- Photography [Sinead O'connor] – Kevin Westenberg
- Photography [Sting] – Robert Gligorov
- Photography [The Beach Boys] – Alan Bergman
- Photography [The Who] – Chalkie Davies
- Photography [Tina Turner] – Paul Cox
- Photography [Wilson Phillips] – Lynn Goldsmith
- Written-By – Elton John And Bernie Taupin*
NotesMADE IN ENGLAND (on disc)
Also available: "Two Rooms" Video 083 589-3, "Two Rooms Lazerdisc" 083 589-1
Track 15: Phil Collins appears on booklet & back inlay; Phil Collins & The Serious Band appears on disc.
"Tonight" Recorded live at Wembley Arena, March 1991.
Two Rooms celebrates the songwriting partnership of Elton John and Bernie Taupin. Friends and admirers have recorded their own musical tribute with songs that have moved, inspired or excited them during 25 years of this unique collaboration; a creative relationship that has been both independent and interdependent - Two rooms at the end of the world.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 042284575027
- Barcode (Text): 0 422-845750-2 7
- Matrix / Runout: 845 749 2 10163531 01 % MADE IN UK
- Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): 845 749 2 10163531 01 % MADE IN U.K.
- SPARS Code: AAD
|845 749-1||Various||Two Rooms: Celebrating The Songs Of Elton John & Bernie Taupin (2xLP, Comp)||Mercury||845 749-1||Europe||1991|
|845 759-2||Various||Two Rooms - Celebrating The Songs Of Elton John & Bernie Taupin (CD, Album)||Mercury||845 759-2||Europe||1991|
|845 750-2||Various||Two Rooms - Celebrating The Songs Of Elton John & Bernie Taupin (CD, Album, Club)||Polydor||845 750-2||US||1991|
|LPR-1256 A2||Various||Two Rooms: Celebrating The Songs Of Elton John & Bernie Taupin (2xLP, Comp, S/Edition, Bro)||Mercury||LPR-1256 A2||Mexico||1991|
|845 749-4 I||Various||Two Rooms: Celebrating The Songs Of Elton John & Bernie Taupin Vol. 1 (Cass, Comp, Cla)||Mercury||845 749-4 I||India||1992|
Title: Two Rooms - Celebrating The Songs Of Elton John & Bernie Taupin
Date of release: 1991
Style: Pop Rock
Size MP3: 1896 mb
Size FLAC: 1301 mb
Rating: 4.5 / 5
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