Music Night: Bargains and Memories

Around 1971 or 72 Elton John made his first American Tour. He was virtually unknown at the time except in alternative FM station circles and the gig in Philadelphia was in the now defunct Electric Factory at 22nd and Arch. Admission price was a dollar. A freakin’ dollar. I’ll bet the nosebleed seats for his concerts are now $75,

Elton’s association with songwriter Bernie Taupin paid off really big. I liked (and even bought) his first album, but in all honesty, I never bought another and never had interest in seeing him again. He was far from a one hit wonder, so the question before the Zoosters is, with whom in the music scene did you a a fleeting admiration, that wore off quickly (but a lot of the music  fans maintained adoration)?