You have nothing in your hands, Any power you have, comes to you from far beyond, Everything is fixed, and you can’t change it.
Back in the early 70s, I would go to a friend’s house to fly model rockets. He played his “Jesus Christ Superstar” album for me. I bought a copy just as soon as I was able. I remember listening to it and following along in the enclosed lyric booklet. This was my first experience of a rock opera (I didn’t hear The Who’s “Tommy” until later).
The story behind one of the most popular double-albums of all-time
I watched this Eagle Rock Entertainment 2001 documentary “Classic Albums: Elton John: Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” on Netflix DVD. It aired on television November, 6, 2001 on season 3 of an ongoing series of these films. The only missing member, of the original album recording, was Dee Murray, background vocals and bass guitar. This is a great album. one of my favorites, and a great documentary. The only negative for me was the omission of speaking about some of the album tracks, like my favorite, Grey Seal.