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Mar 16, 2014 | 6:47pm EDT

"The climate was hospitable, but the natives actually weren't. There were armed guards and barbed wire. I remember everybody jumping into whatever vehicles they could find, just trying to make it to the airport. It felt like the Cuban revolution." Lyricist Bernie Taupin recalls dashing from Jamaica's Dynamic Sound Studio with Elton John and their crew after deciding the place wasn't where they wanted to record classic album Goodbye Yellow Brick Road.

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