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Night and Day Concert

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Subject: Elton John, A Journey Through Time, Victim of Love (album), The Union (Elton John and Leon Russell album), Ray Cooper
Collection: 1984 in London, 1984 in Music, Concerts at Wembley Stadium, Elton John
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Night and Day Concert

The Night and Day Concert is a concert performed by Elton John on June 30, 1984 in the Wembley Stadium.

Promoting John's Breaking Hearts album, the concert was videotaped for air on the Showtime cable channel, as well as commercial distribution and released on two VHS tapes: The Afternoon Concert ("The Breaking Hearts Tour") and "The Night Time Concert". Not all songs performed in the concert made it to video.


  • Elton John: piano, vocals
  • Dee Murray: bass, backing vocals
  • Nigel Olsson: drums, backing vocals
  • Davey Johnstone: guitars, backing vocals
  • Fred Mandel: keyboards, additional guitars


  1. "Tiny Dancer"
  2. "Hercules"
  3. "Rocket Man"
  4. "Daniel"
  5. "Restless"
  6. "Candle in the Wind"
  7. "The Bitch Is Back"
  8. "Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me"
  9. "Sad Songs (Say So Much)"
  10. "Bennie and the Jets"
  11. "Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word"
  12. "Philadelphia Freedom"
  13. "Medley:Blue Eyes/I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues"
  14. "Kiss The Bride"
  15. "One More Arrow"
  16. "Too Low For Zero"
  17. "I'm Still Standing"
  18. "Your Song"
  19. "Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting"
  20. "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road"
  21. "Crocodile Rock"
  22. "Medley:Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin On/I Saw Her Standing There/Twist and Shout"
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