Elton or MJ. Who was greater?

Elton or MJ. Who was greater?

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Say What

United States

#1 Sep 12, 2013
I say Elton was.

“Why can't you share your bed?”

Since: May 13

Canada

#2 Sep 12, 2013
Say What wrote:
I say Elton was.
Anyone is greater then Michael Jackson. Michael was a repulsive kiddie fiddler.

Since: Apr 11

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#3 Sep 12, 2013
Say What wrote:
I say Elton was.
Elton John is more creative & more original. And still alive & finally happily married.

Elton John changed & grew over the years. Michael was stuck in a time warp.

For such a long 'career' Michael had a very small amount of finished work. He was so busy wanting to avoid reality & to be perfect he scared himself away from doing much.
FOREVER MICHAEL

UK

#4 Sep 12, 2013
Michael Jackson he is the one and only king.
Michael can sing and dance at the same time anf the greatest man entertainer that ever lived.
With stunning good looks ive never seen any one with such a beautiful face.and super talented
And just amazing wonderful man
I love you MJ

“Why can't you share your bed?”

Since: May 13

Canada

#5 Sep 12, 2013
FOREVER MICHAEL wrote:
Michael Jackson he is the one and only king.
Michael can sing and dance at the same time anf the greatest man entertainer that ever lived.
With stunning good looks ive never seen any one with such a beautiful face.and super talented
And just amazing wonderful man
I love you MJ
Can you pass around some of that joint your smoking??

“at yet more f'loonspin”

Since: Aug 11

I live far away from f'loons

#6 Sep 13, 2013
Elton John is clearly greater. He has continued developing as an artist, and he's committed to personal growth as an adult man.

Michael's work took a nose dive (no pun intended), after "Thriller", and the time lapse between each recording became greater and greater. His refusal to grow up created him into an irresponsible drug addict who was more obsessed with preying on little boys than developing his own personal character.

“Why can't you share your bed?”

Since: May 13

Canada

#7 Sep 13, 2013
Len is Disgusted wrote:
Elton John is clearly greater. He has continued developing as an artist, and he's committed to personal growth as an adult man.
Michael's work took a nose dive (no pun intended), after "Thriller", and the time lapse between each recording became greater and greater. His refusal to grow up created him into an irresponsible drug addict who was more obsessed with preying on little boys than developing his own personal character.
Elton's been a very good advocate for the gay community, and he established the Elton John AIDS Foundation. F'loons love to rub it in that MJ befriended Ryan White, but many don't remember Elton John also befriended him. Elton was friends with Freddy Mercury. White and Mercury died of AIDS in the early 90's.

Since: Apr 11

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#8 Sep 13, 2013
TripleH1976 wrote:
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Elton's been a very good advocate for the gay community, and he established the Elton John AIDS Foundation. F'loons love to rub it in that MJ befriended Ryan White, but many don't remember Elton John also befriended him. Elton was friends with Freddy Mercury. White and Mercury died of AIDS in the early 90's.
Many celebrities befriended this brave child.

Elton John visited Ryan in while he was on his death bed & was a pallbearer at his funeral.
christine

Bielefeld, Germany

#9 Sep 13, 2013
MJ is the greatest of all time. He is loved and known all over the world. He created his own songs and did the choreographie for the dancing. He createt the shows himself. Billions of fans are still mourning his death.
You canīt compare other artists to him, he has his own unreached level.
Elton John is great, but so different from MJ and he is only known in UK and USA,- in ASia, Africa and South - America not so much.
Excuse my bad english - itīs not my language.
Say What

United States

#10 Sep 13, 2013
christine wrote:
MJ is the greatest of all time. He is loved and known all over the world. He created his own songs and did the choreographie for the dancing. He createt the shows himself. Billions of fans are still mourning his death.
You canīt compare other artists to him, he has his own unreached level.
Elton John is great, but so different from MJ and he is only known in UK and USA,- in ASia, Africa and South - America not so much.
Excuse my bad english - itīs not my language.
MJ is way overated.What do you mean he created his own songs.Elton wrote way more songs than MJ and had so many more hits.Elton started learning piano at age 4 and at a very young age was offered a scholarship to the well known Academy of Music.

“Why can't you share your bed?”

Since: May 13

Canada

#11 Sep 13, 2013
christine wrote:
MJ is the greatest of all time. He is loved and known all over the world. He created his own songs and did the choreographie for the dancing. He createt the shows himself. Billions of fans are still mourning his death.
You canīt compare other artists to him, he has his own unreached level.
Elton John is great, but so different from MJ and he is only known in UK and USA,- in ASia, Africa and South - America not so much.
Excuse my bad english - itīs not my language.
Can you please show me evidence, "Billions of fans are still mourning his death". Because I don't see them and I go outside ALL the time.
Octopus

Albany, NY

#12 Sep 13, 2013
It is funny that the subject of Elton John has come up on this thread just recently because last week my wife and I were doing some grocery shopping at a local market when I came across an interesting Elton John DVD/CD box set called, "The Red Piano" which was only ten dollars! I was really surprised that it was so cheap. We picked it up to view on a later movie night. What is really cool is that it includes an audio disc and an interview dvd along with the dvd/video of the concert. I like finding bargains!

“at yet more f'loonspin”

Since: Aug 11

I live far away from f'loons

#13 Sep 13, 2013
Octopus wrote:
It is funny that the subject of Elton John has come up on this thread just recently because last week my wife and I were doing some grocery shopping at a local market when I came across an interesting Elton John DVD/CD box set called, "The Red Piano" which was only ten dollars! I was really surprised that it was so cheap. We picked it up to view on a later movie night. What is really cool is that it includes an audio disc and an interview dvd along with the dvd/video of the concert. I like finding bargains!
Very interesting, Octo. I haven't listened to Elton John, in years, although I am aware of and respect his continued creative output. I'll have to look for it. Your recommendations to me have all proven good. So, I'm willing to take your word on this one.
Octopus

Albany, NY

#14 Sep 13, 2013
Len is Disgusted wrote:
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Very interesting, Octo. I haven't listened to Elton John, in years, although I am aware of and respect his continued creative output. I'll have to look for it. Your recommendations to me have all proven good. So, I'm willing to take your word on this one.
We've haven't watched it yet, Len. My wife works a lot but we mostly get horror DVD's and have family night sometimes. The Elton John package hasn't been opened up. I do not know how good it is but I'll let you know. It was something I picked up because my wife likes Elton John. She won't watch The Stones, The Doors or Jimi Hendrix with me. But for ten bucks, the Elton John DVD/CD set was a bargain anyway you slice it.

“at yet more f'loonspin”

Since: Aug 11

I live far away from f'loons

#15 Sep 13, 2013
Octopus wrote:
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We've haven't watched it yet, Len. My wife works a lot but we mostly get horror DVD's and have family night sometimes. The Elton John package hasn't been opened up. I do not know how good it is but I'll let you know. It was something I picked up because my wife likes Elton John. She won't watch The Stones, The Doors or Jimi Hendrix with me. But for ten bucks, the Elton John DVD/CD set was a bargain anyway you slice it.
I''ll wait to hear from you, about the dvd/cd set. I'm surprised your wife doesn't like the latter three. I hate Mick Jagger's voice, but I like the music of the Rolling Stones. And you know how much I like the work of The Doors and Jimi Hendrix.

ononothimagin

Since: Aug 12

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#16 Sep 13, 2013
Elton John.
Octopus

Albany, NY

#17 Sep 13, 2013
Len is Disgusted wrote:
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I''ll wait to hear from you, about the dvd/cd set. I'm surprised your wife doesn't like the latter three. I hate Mick Jagger's voice, but I like the music of the Rolling Stones. And you know how much I like the work of The Doors and Jimi Hendrix.
My wife likes mostly R & B, classic pop or dance music. Except for her all time favorite band, Journey and Steve Perry, she really does not like much hard core rock, which I like. That is why I listen to my music on headphones. The dog seems to like whatever she likes and looks at me like I'm crazy when I play my music when she is at work.

But I can stand Elton John. We can both enjoy his music. Pepper won't be bothered by Elton John either.

For some reason, my wife won't watch DVD's of The Stones, The Doors or Jimi Hendrix even with the sound down. I love the stuff I've been finding on those artists on DVD.
FOREVER MICHAEL

UK

#18 Sep 14, 2013
Michael the greatest man that ever lived
He can sing and dance at the same time.
He writes his own songs and a great producet and entetainer he even writes poems and he does fab drawings with his art work.he is a very clever
Super talented genius.and totally gorgeous.with the most beautiful face you have ever seen
And nice and wonderful guy
I love you MJ
christine

Germany

#19 Sep 17, 2013
Billions are still mourning MJīs death. I came to this conclusion while on two tours all over the world. The first one Australia, New zealand, South pacific.The second one Alasca, russia, Japan, China, Vietnam, Korea, Thailand, Malaysia. Iīm over 70 jears old and spend most of my time on ships and travel a lot.Everywhere I go MJ is already there. Par exampel, in the Harbour of Nagasaki a school band played a medley of michaels songs as a farewell.In Marocco in august I heard nothing else but michaels Music in hotelbars.No Elvis, no Elton

“Why can't you share your bed?”

Since: May 13

Canada

#20 Sep 17, 2013
christine wrote:
Billions are still mourning MJÂīs death. I came to this conclusion while on two tours all over the world. The first one Australia, New zealand, South pacific.The second one Alasca, russia, Japan, China, Vietnam, Korea, Thailand, Malaysia. IÂīm over 70 jears old and spend most of my time on ships and travel a lot.Everywhere I go MJ is already there. Par exampel, in the Harbour of Nagasaki a school band played a medley of michaels songs as a farewell.In Marocco in august I heard nothing else but michaels Music in hotelbars.No Elvis, no Elton
Yeah so?!?!?!?!? Is that going to bring back the dead clown. Elton is alive, married, and living prosperously. MJ is a pile of bones. LOL!!!!!

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