Category Archives: The Union

A Foreign Review of “The Union”

First of all, it’s absolutely great to see The 22nd Row back! Please, don’t go away again, we all EJ fans miss this piece of info too much! On to a foreign review of The Union, from Brazil: This album … Continue reading

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Another Fan’s Vantage From The 22nd Row…

Welcome Back…..I, (we) missed The 22nd Row and very glad it is back.  Hope all stays well with you. The Union Since The Union is the theme here…..I bought The Union about a week ago, haven’t stopped listening to it … Continue reading

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And Now A Fan’s Mixed Review of The Union

Got the album a few days ago. I’m more of a pop Elton fan and I absolutely loved The Captain & The Kid so this album appeals to me less, but at the same time it is quite good.  Artistically, … Continue reading

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The Union: Highest Elton John, Leon Russell Chart Debut Since Blue Moves, Carney

The return of The 22nd Row happily coincides with the return of Elton to the charts.  For those who care about this stuff, Elton and Leon will debut at #3 next week on Billboard’s Top Album chart.  The CD sold … Continue reading

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Beacon Concert: A New Legendary Concert

The Union Concert: October 19, 2010, The Beacon Theatre, NYC I was fortunate enough to be among those who attended Elton John and Leon Russell’s debut concert for The Union.  Clearly, this concert will rank among Elton’s most legendary concerts, … Continue reading

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First Impressions: “The Union”

Like many of you, I’ve been listening to The Union via the preview at NPR.org that is available through today (Monday 18 October 2010). Additionally, I was accidently blessed with an advance copy a couple of days ago.  There are … Continue reading

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