The Greatest Hits
28. I Want Love
29. This Train Don`t Stop There Anymore
30. Original Sin
31. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word
Even without the Donald Duck outfits and the outsized rhinestone glasses in which he so lavishly entertained audiences years ago, Sir Elton John still packs a considerable live wallop. At this concert, recorded in October 2000 at Madison Square Garden, his fashion attack never goes beyond boldly colored blazers. The night clearly belongs to the music here, and Bernie Taupin - John's lyricist from the beginning - is on hand to take his bows as well. "One Night Only" is essentially a testament to the strength of their catalogue, compiled over some 30-plus albums. Never too vain to share the spotlight, Elton summons such A-listers as Bryan Adams for "Sad Songs (Say So Much)", Billy Joel for "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road", and soul diva Mary J. Blige for a revved-up "I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues".
Mary J Blige
Robert Downey Jr