Thats right, www.fmqb.com has a radio date of 2/7/05 for "All That I'm Allowed" which should about put the nail in the coffing of Peachtree Road. An excellent album killed by a record company that has no clue how to promote Elton, to say nothing of choosing the correct singles from his albums. Don't get me wrong, ATIA is one of the better songs on PTR, far better than "Answer In The Sky" but it does not accurately portray the majority of the music found on the album. A far better and more daring choice would have been "Turn Out The Lights When You Leave".
It appears Universal has turned out the lights on PTR.
Time to start looking forward to the next studio album, probably due out in 2007!
Tuesday, January 25, 2005
Wednesday, January 05, 2005
Rumors are that Elton will record two new versions of "Turn Out The Lights When You Leave" for the second single reelase from his latest album Peachtree Road. One version will be a more country version than is already on the album and the othe will be a pop version of the song. All three versions, album version included, will appear on the upcoming CD single.