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Goodbye Yellow Brick Road: Rolling Stone's #112 of 500 Greatest Albums of All Time

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Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Studio album: Elton John Recorded: May 1973 Released: October 5, 1973 Studio: Château d'Hérouville, France Genre: Pop rock Producer: Gus Dudgeon Singles released: Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting  June  29,  1973 Goodbye Yellow Brick Road  September  7,  1973 Bennie and the Jets  February  4,  1974 (USA) Candle in the Wind  February 22, 1974 (UK) Goodbye Yellow Brick Road,  Elton John 's  best-selling album, ranks  number 112  on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time and  number 59  in Channel 4's list of 100 Greatest Albums. It was inducted into the   Grammy Hall of Fame  in 2003. The same year, it was included in the book  1001 Albums  You Must Hear Before You Die.

Wallpaper: Guitar Player in Black

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 Desktop Wallpaper Guitar Player in Black

Wallpaper: Blondie

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 Desktop Wallpaper Blondie

Pop-Up Video: Say, Say, Say (1983)

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Say Say Say Single: Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson Album: Pipes of Peace B-side: Ode to a Koala Bear Released: October 3, 1983 Genre: Post-disco, funk-pop Songwriters: Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson "Say Say Say," written by Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson ,  was a Number 1 hit in the United States and reached Number 2 in the United Kingdom. Billboard magazine listed it as the 50th biggest hit of all time. In a Rolling Stone readers poll, it was voted the 9th best collaboration.

Wallpaper: Slide

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 Desktop Wallpaper Slide

Wallpaper: Guitar, Gently Weeping

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  Desktop Wallpaper Guitar, Gently Weeping

Tapestry: Rolling Stone's #25 of 500 Greatest Albums List

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Tapestry Studio album: Carole King Released: February 10, 1971 Genre: Soft rock, pop Writer: Carole King Singles from Tapestry It's Too Late/I Feel the Earth Move So Far Away/Smackwater Jack Tapestry , the second album by Carole King , received four Grammy Awards in 1971, including Album of the Year. The lead singles from the album—"It's Too Late" and "I Feel the Earth Move"—spent five weeks at number one on both the Billboard Hot 100 and Easy Listening charts.  Second only to  Pink Floyd 's 724 weeks with  The Dark Side of the Moon , Tapestry remained on the Billboard charts for 313 weeks.   James Taylor 's cover of " You've Got a Friend " hit number one in the US while the album was still on the charts.  Barbra Streisand 's recording of " Where You Lead " reached number 40. In 2000, Colin Larkin numbered it 74 in his All Time Top 1000 Albums. It ranked number 25 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 greatest albums o