Top of the Charts
11-17-70 And Friends, Madman Across The Water, Honky Chateau, “rocket Man”
In the early 1970s, the record-buying public began expanding their musical interests. They started to look more to solo artists for inspiring music. Though the majority still loved the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, some of the most popular performers also included Cat Stevens, Gilbert O'Sullivan, and, of course, Bob Dylan.
Elton John exploded onto the music scene at a time when rock and roll was growing. Popularity was no longer restricted to groups with young, good-looking men. Now the people making popular music had more meaningful qualities—talent, vitality, and the ability to make good music.
- Rocket Man Falls and Returns - Losing John Lennon, Jump Up!, Elton Gets Married, Fun Fact!, Ryan White, The Elton John Aids Foundation - Back on the Rise
- Climb to Fame - The Moment It Turned, Becoming Elton John, Heading In The Right Direction, Empty Sky Is Released In London
- Top of the Charts - 11-17-70 And Friends
- Top of the Charts - Madman Across The Water
- Top of the Charts - Honky Chateau
- Top of the Charts - “rocket Man”
- Top of the Charts - Dominating The Charts
- Top of the Charts - Top Of The Charts, But Falling
- Top of the Charts - Playing With His Biggest Idol