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Elton John At BBC TV

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The Greatest Discovery on Wikipedia
"The Greatest Discovery"
Song by Elton John

from the album Elton John

ReleasedApril 10, 1970
RecordedJanuary 1970
GenrePop
Length5:02
7:20
LabelDJM (UK/world)
Uni (US/Canada)
WriterElton John, Bernie Taupin
ProducerGus Dudgeon
Elton John track listing

"The Greatest Discovery" is a song composed and performed by musician Elton John. As with all songs on Elton John's eponymous second album (1970), the lyrics were written by Bernie Taupin. It tells the story of a child waking up one morning and discovering he has a new baby brother.

Line-up

  • Elton John - vocals and piano
  • Terry Cox - drums
  • Dave Richmond - bass guitar
  • Clive Hicks - guitar
  • Skaila Kanga - harp
  • Paul Buckmaster - solo cello

Cover versions

Actor Eric McCormack performed the song on the 2006 charity album Unexpected Dreams – Songs From the Stars.

   

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