'One Night Only' is turned around for release in just 22 days...

ELTON JOHN has smashed records for turning around the fastest-released live album in the world.

‘One Night Only’, which is released on November 13, was recorded at two sell-out shows at New York Madison Square Garden 22 days earlier. According to a press spokesperson, it took just 100 hours to mix, master and polish the recording for release.

It has 17 tracks spanning his 30-year career, and including collaborations with pop superstars Ronan Keating, Bryan Adams, Mary J Blige, Anastacia and


Kiki Dee.

Elton has just pipped UK indie types Gene to the record. Their live album ‘Rising For Sunset’, recorded this summer over three consecutive nights at LA Troubadour Club culminating on June 2, was released on June 26 through their own, newly set-up independent label Sub Rosa.

The full track listing for ‘One Night Only’ is as follows:

‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’

‘Philadelphia Freedom’

‘Don’t Go Breaking My Heart’ (Kiki Dee)


‘Rocket Man’


‘Crocodile Rock’


‘Can You Feel The Love Tonight?’

‘Bennie & The Jets’

‘Your Song’ (Ronan Keating)

‘Sad Songs’ (Say So Much) (Bryan Adams)

‘Candle In The Wind’

‘The Bitch Is Back’

‘Saturday Night’s Alright For Fighting’ (Anastacia)

‘I’m Still Standing’

‘Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me’

‘I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues’ (Mary J Blige).

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