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Empty Sky is the debut album of British singer/songwriter Elton John, released on June 3, 1969. It was finally released in the United States in January 1975, with a different cover photograph, well after John's fame had been established internationally. Recorded during the winter of 1968 and spring of 1969 in a DJM 8-track studio, Empty Sky is the only album in the early part of Elton's career not produced by Gus Dudgeon, instead helmed by friend and DJM staffer Steve Brown. Wikipedia

Track Song Title Duration
1 Empty Sky 8:26
2 Val-hala 4:10
3 Western Ford Gateway 3:13
4 Hymn 2000 4:28
5 Lady What's Tomorrow 2:35
6 Sails 3:40
7 The Scaffold 3:13
8 Skyline Pigeon 3:53
9 Gulliver/It's Hay Chewed/Reprise 6:59


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