The official Elton John website is seeking rare fan documents, pictures, etc for possible inclusion into a planned 40th Anniversary Edition of Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, which was released by MCA Records back in October 1973. This post is not to alert you to digging through your old photos to see if you have something Elton-centric but to clue you in to the upcoming release of this reissue, and possible new remaster.
It sounds like (if you read the piece on Eltonjohn.com), that there is already plenty of album-related material to include in the set as well as film, indicating that a DVD is likely to be in the package.
It’s likely to be scheduled sometime in October to coincide with the actual release period, or as near as it can get. Please bear in mind that there is no official announcement for this set. But if EJ.com is saying it, well, that’s pretty convincing.
(Special thanks to Stephen for the alert. Stephen has been a faithful reader and info contributor to TAP for quite some time. I want him to know that I appreciate him.)