Hear a 1967 demo of rare Elton John song, “Here’s To The Next Time”

From the upcoming anthology, Jewel Box

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Elton John’s new deep cuts and rarities anthology Jewel Box will be released by UMC/EMI on November 13.

Today he’s released a demo of “Here’s To The Next Time”, the finished version of which ended up as the B-side to his rare 1968 debut single “I’ve Been Loving You”. It was recorded at DJM Studios in late 1967 when Elton was still known as Reg Dwight. Listen below:

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Also from Jewel Box, you can hear “Billy And The Kids”, a 1986 B-side:

You can peruse the full contents of Jewel Box and pre-order here.

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