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for EAC/APE version if interested.rnrnrnPug the SmokerrnrnCD: Elton John - Made in England [P]1995rnrnrn01. Believe [0:04:54.65]rn02. Made In England [0:05:09.23]rn03. House [0:04:27.07]rn04. Cold [0:05:37.43]rn05. Pain [0:03:50.30]rn06. Belfast [0:06:30.47]rn07. Latitude [0:03:35.65]rn08. Please [0:03:54.23]rn09. Man [0:05:15.50]rn10. Lies [0:04:27.42]rn11. Elton John - Blessed [0:05:01.03]rnrnPersonnel includes: Elton John (vocals, piano, keyboards, harmonium); Davey Johnstone (guitar, mandolin, banjo, background vocals); rnDermont Crehan (violin); Paul Brennan (pipes, flute); Teddy Borowiecki (accordion); Paul Carrack (Hammond organ); rnGuy Babylon (keyboards, programming, background vocals); Bob Birch (bass, background vocals); Charlie Morgan (drums); rnRay Cooper (percussion). Recorded at Air Studios, London, England. All music written by Elton John. All lyrics written by rnBernie Taupin. "Believe" was nominated for a 1996 Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance. There is no denying the rnmusicianship of this Oscar- and Grammy-winning artist. Elton John composes songs steeped in the craft of old-time tunesmithing. rnHis dreamily melodic, catchy-chorus, piano-based writing style has been gobbled up by the public for decades. But as strongly rnevidenced on this album, his 35th (including greatest-hits records and boxes), John and lyricist Bernie Taupin want to simplify rntheir lives. The one-word titles on all except the title track are indicative of the unadorned sentiments expressed on this rncollection. MADE IN ENGLAND is John at his most mature--no fantastic Captains or manic Liberace-isms, just a songwriter trying rnto entertain his audience on that smooth sail without making too many waves. Beatles producer George Martin adds his special rntouch on the lushly arranged folk/waltz "Latitude," a sensitive standout. The heavily orchestrated "Belfast" begins like a rnpretty soundtrack theme but soon turns lyrically sorrowful and dark. MADE IN ENGLAND moves with ease from the passionate rnballad "Believe" to the plucky, Tennessee Williams-inspired "Lies," with its bravado ivory tinkling. Spirited pop tunes like rnthe mid-tempo "Please" and pensive ballads like "Cold" are as irresistible as ever, but the singer\'s excesses are gone from rnhis music just as they are from his life. What remains are proper and secure songs, a notch or two above those of most other rnpop tunesmiths.