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The Concert for New York City (2001) DVD
One night. One place. One reason. Recorded live at Madison Square Garden on October 20th, 2001, The Concert for New York City was a celebration of the strength, resilience and pride of New York and America. This 2-DVD set nearly 5 hours long includes the superstar presenters, the fabulous short films, and the stunning performances for your repeated enjoyment.
Party at the Palace - DVD The Queen's Concerts, Buckingham Palace (2002) 
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Classic Albums - Elton John: Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (2001) DVD
GOODBYE YELLOW BRICK ROAD gave Elton John his second number one album in both the American and British charts and provided him with four top ten singles. Interviews with Elton John himself, as well as with songwriting partner Bernie Taupin, there  are  contributions  from musicians  Davey  Johnstone and  Nigel  Olsson, Gus Dudgeon (producer), David  Hentschel (engineer), Del Newman (orchestral arranger) along with comments from Sir Tim Rice and Paul Gambaccini amongst others. 
Two Rooms - Celebrating the Songs of Elton John & Bernie Taupin (1991) VHS
This is a fine video documentary chronicling the composer and lyricis team of Elton John and Bernie Taupin. Chronicles their individual and collective careers, and includes interviews of each person. 
Elton John: To Russia with Elton (1979) VHS
This video made in the late 1970's shows the behind the scenes of his tour in Russia with Ray Cooper, the percussionist.
To Be Continued... 
[BOX SET] - Elton John
This extravagant and colorful box set presents, in chronological order, his hit songs through 1990. Designed to accommodate a large booklet and the four CDs, which when placed side by side present a likeness of Elton, the package indicates the care and expense this huge-selling artist commands. With the exception of some very early work with Long John Baldry, the music is exclusively focused on the songs Elton wrote in conjunction with lyricist Bernie Taupin.
The Lion King: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
From Parents' Choice®
If you've seen the movie (and you should have if you're over six), you know that one reason this Disney instant classic inspired tears of joy from both parents and kids was the music. Elton John's swirling rhythms and melodies and Tim Rice's lyrics create a sweeping musical panorama of Africa. Rarely has a soundtrack added such depth and magic to a screen narrative, making the animated characters and the storyline come to life in striking fashion.
Rare Masters [BOX SET] 
Elton John
During  Elton  John's  most commercially successful period, between 1970 and 1975, he was also at his most prolific. Usually producing two albums a year, he also knocked off a dozen or so non-LP B-sides, a handful of   demos for other artists, and even     a soundtrack album for 1971's obscure Friends. Rare Masters, which brings much of this work together with a handful of other odds and ends (an alternate version of "Madman Across the Water," John's debut single, "I've Been Loving You"), is hardly a substitute for Greatest Hits, but its generally high quality is impressive.-Rickey Wright 
Elton John - One Night Only DVD (The Greatest Hits Live at Madison Square Garden) (2000)
Elton John has had too many hits over the last three decades for the 12 songs in this collection to seriously be considered his "greatest," but that's hair-splitting. This hourlong concert, performed by John, his band, and several guest singers before a packed house at New York's Madison Square Garden in October 2000, certainly does contain some of his (and lyricist Bernie Taupin's) best and most popular tunes...
Elton John - Live in Barcelona (1992) DVD
Live in Barcelona captures the hectic energy of Elton John's 1992 world tour but drops several of the highlights, including a rare live performance of his classic album cut "All the Girls Love Alice." Still, at two hours, there's enough to sate both hard-core & casual fans, especially since much of the best material remains: the emotional opening, "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me"; poignant versions of "The One" and "The Last Song"; and the showstopping cover of Queen's final anthem, "The Show Must Go On" (Queen's vocalist Freddie Mercury had died only a few months before the tour began). Visually, this was also an historic show: Gianni Versace designed the stage set and Elton's costumes. While not obvious to the viewer, Versace's contribution gets some play in the accompanying 50-minute documentary about John's The One album, videos, and subsequent tour; it includes interviews with Elton, lyricist Bernie Taupin, guitarist Davey Johnstone, and Versace himself, along with rare rehearsal footage. --Kevin Filipski 
John: Breaking 
Hearts Tour VHS
One-on-One with David Frost - Elton John: My Gift Is My Song
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