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  • Honky Cat Lyrics. K Album Credits. More Elton John albums Diamonds (Deluxe) Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (40th Anniversary Celebration/Super Deluxe Edition).
  • "Rocket Man" is Elton John's best song, and I will not be dissuaded of this fact. It's a spectacular song, and while nothing else on this album can really compare to that stunning masterpiece, there is plenty of other good music to be found here. "Honky Cat" is another classic from Elton, for example.
  • Stream Honky Cat - Greg Andrew by Elton John Tribute Show from desktop or your mobile device. SoundCloud From the album "The Elton John Experience" available on iTunes. andrew tribute show elton john pop. Show more. There was a problem playing this track.
  • Elton John - Here & There: Tracklist (Vinyl) Live In London At The Royal Festival Hall: A1: Skyline Pigeon: A2: Border Song: A3: Honky Cat: A4: Love Song: A5: Crocodile Rock: Live In New York At Madison Square Garden: See more tracks.
  • " Honky Cat " is a song composed by English musician Elton John with lyrics by Bernie Taupin. It was used as the opening track for John's fifth studio album, Honky Château, released in "Honky Cat" was also released as the A-side of John's thirteenth single.
  • Although initially considered a contractually obligated release, when Here and There () was upgraded in as part of Elton John 's (piano/vocals) "Classic Years" catalog overhaul, it became the most definitive live document to date of his immortal '70s quintet that featured the pianist backed by Davey Johnstone (guitar/backing vocals), Dee Murray (bass/backing vocals), Nigel Olsson (drums), 5/
  • Here and There, an Album by Elton John. Released 3 May on MCA (catalog no. MCA; Vinyl LP). Genres: Piano Rock, Pop Rock. Featured peformers: Elton John (vocals, piano), Davey Johnstone (guitar, backing vocals), Dee Murray (bass, backing vocals), Nigel Olsson (drums, backing vocals), Ray Cooper (percussion), Gus Dudgeon (producer, engineer), Phil Dunne (engineer), Arun Chakraverty.
  • May 10,  · Although initially considered a contractually obligated release, when Here and There () was upgraded in as part of Elton John's (piano/vocals) "Classic Years" catalog overhaul, it became the most definitive live document to date of his immortal '70s quintet that featured the pianist backed by Davey Johnstone (guitar/backing vocals), Dee Murray (bass/backing vocals), Nigel Olsson.