segunda-feira, 31 de julho de 2017

JOHN LENNON - THE LOST LENNON TAPES AUDIOPHILE-36-MINI-LP MASSIVE VOL. 1 & 2 BOXSETs

JOHN LENNON - THE LOST LENNON TAPES AUDIOPHILE-36-MINI-LP MASSIVE VOL. 1 & 2 BOXSETs (18 MINI LPs IN EACH BOX)

Volume 1 in a series of boots featuring tracks used in the syndicated US radio series "The Lost Lennon Tapes", originally broadcast from Jan 1988 through March 1992. Sound quality ranges from very good to excellent.

Tracks were taken directly from the very rare Lost Lennon Tapes virgin Vinyls from the late 80's and early 90's. Today, this collection in its complete form is virtually impossible to be found.
As a Bonus we also included the ultra rare Yin & Yang album, which can be considered the very first volume of the Lost Lennon series, the one that started it all.
The Mini LPs are exact replicas of the old Bag Records Vinyls in sturdy material on par with any Japanese release, this release is FAB!

BOX VOLUME ONE AND TWO FRONT


BOX VOLUME ONE AND TWO BACK


MINI LPs FRONT COVERS FROM VOLUME 01 TO VOLUME 1 


MINI LPs BACK COVERS FROM VOLUME 19 TO YIN & YANG 



MINI LPs BACK COVERS FROM VOLUME 01 TO VOLUME 18


MINI LPs FRONT COVERS FROM VOLUME 19 TO YIN & YANG



PICTURE DISCS



PICTURE DISCS



PICTURE DISCS


PICTURE DISCS


VOLUME 34 BACK



VOLUME 34 FRONT



VOLUME 31 FRONT


YIN & YANG ALBUM DISC



YIN & YANG ALBUMBACK


YIN & YANG ALBUM FRONT



Lost Lennon Tapes Volume One :

Strawberry Fields Forever    
The Happy Rishikesh Song    
Rock Island Line    
John Henry    
Surprise, Surprise (Sweet Bird Of Paradox)    
Keep Right On To The End Of The Road    
Goodnight Vienna    
Tennessee (Takes #1 & #4)    
God Save Oz    
With A Little Help From My Friends    
Power To The People    
Here We Go Again    
Mucho Mungo    
God    
Life Begins At Forty    
Woman    
Girls And Boys    
Clean-Up Time    
Beautiful Boy



Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Two :



A1     Revolution    
A2     Child Of Nature    
A3     He Said He Said / She Said She Said    
A4     I'm The Greatest (Early Demo)    
A5     Make Love Not War    
A6     How Do You Sleep?    
A7     Daddy's Little Sunshine Boy    
B1     I'm The Greatest    
B2     The Luck Of The Irish    
B3     Every Man Has A Woman Who Loves Him    
B4     Starting Over    
B5     I Promise    
B6     Sea Ditty / Leaning On A Lamp Post    
B7     Grow Old With Me


TRACK DETAILS:

A1-A2 Revolution-Child of Nature; Beatles' Esher White Album demos, May 1968
A3 He Said He Said; John's Weybridge home demo, 1966
A4 I'm the Greatest; home piano demo 1973
A5 Make Love Not War (early version of Mind Games); home piano demo, 1973
A6 How Do You Sleep?; Tittenhurst studio out-take, 1971
A7 Daddy's Little Sunshine Boy; Home demo with Ringo, Dec 1967

B1 I'm The Greatest; studio demo, 1973
B2 The Luck Of The Irish; Take 1 acoustic demo with Yoko, 1972
B3 Every Man Has a Woman; re-mix with John's vocal harmony prominent (cuts off abruptly)
B4 Starting Over; home demo take 3 + drum machine, 1980
B5 I Promise; home piano demo, date unknown (likely 73, incorporated into Mind Games)
B6 Sea Ditty / Leaning On A Lamp Post; John at home on piano, 1977
B7 Grow Old With Me; home demo (used on Milk & Honey), late 1980; comments by Yoko


"Revolution & Child of Nature are demos by The Beatles recorded at Paul's House 1968. Demos featuring John at the piano are I'm The Greatest (early), Make Love Not War, I Promise and Sea Ditty. Acoustic guitar demos are He Said He Said & She Said She Said [1966] and The Luck Of The Irish. Guitar and drum machine: Starting Over. Piano and drum machine: Grow Old With Me. I'm The Greatest and How Do You Sleep? are full ensemble productions. Every Man Has A Woman is the unreleased duet with Yoko. Daddy's Little Sunshine Boy [1967] features Ringo on vocal with impatient encouragement from John."




Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Three :


A1     Strawberry Fields Forever    
A2     What's The New Mary Jane?    
A3     Julia    
A4     Across The Universe    
A5     You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)    
A6     Help!    
A7     Whatever Gets You Thru The Night    
A8     We Must Not Forget The General Erection    
A9     The Wumberlog (Or The Magic Dog)    
B1     Dear John    
B2     Whatever Happened To    
B3     Cookin' (In The Kitchen Of Love)    
B4     Peggy Sue    
B5     Watching The Wheels #1    
B6     Watching The Wheels #2    
B7     I'm Losing You    
B8     Beautiful Boy    
B9     Clean-Up Time    
B10     One-To-One Radio Spot Outtakes


TRACK DETAILS:

A1 Strawberry Fields Forever; Kenwood demo, 1966
A2-A3 What's The New Mary Jane?-Julia; Beatles' Esher White Album demos, double-tracked, May 1968
A4 Across The Universe; alternate version/mix, Take 7 RM2, Feb 1968
A5 You Know My Name (Look Up The Number); piano demo, 1967
A6 Help; home demo, 1965 (partial)
A7 Whatever Gets You Thru The Night; working home demo, 1974
A8-A9 The General Erection-The Wumberlog (Or The Magic Dog); John reads from A Spaniard In the Works, Tonight (BBC TV), 18 Jun 1965

B1 Dear John; early home demo, 1980
B2 Whatever Happened To...?; home demo
B3 Cookin' (In The Kitchen Of Love); demo #2 (given to Ringo), 1976
B4 Peggy Sue; at home
B5 Watching the Wheels; home demo #1, piano, 1980
B6 Watching The Wheels; home demo #2, guitar, 1980
B7 I'm Losing You; Double-tracked version of Bermuda demo, summer 1980 (partial)
B8 Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy); Bermuda demo, turns into studio playback of the Bermuda tape 1980
B9 Clean-Up Time; early studio rehearsal take, late summer 1980
B10 One-To-One Radio Spot out-takes, Aug 1972


"Strawberry Fields Forever is a demo (electric guitar) from 1966. Mary Jane & Julia are White Album demos performed by The Beatles. Across The Universe (The Beatles) is a previously unreleased mix. Piano-backed demos: Cookin', Watching The Wheels #1 & You Know My Name. Guitar based demos: Whatever Get's You Through The Night, Watching The Wheels #2 & Beautiful Boy. John at home: Help! (piano), Peggy Sue (guitar) and two unreleased songs Dear John & Whatever Happened To
(from the proposed broadway play 'The Ballad of John & Yoko'). Record Plant recordings: I'm Losing You, Clean-Up Time and the second part of Beautiful Boy. The General Erection & The Magic Dog feature John reading from 'A Spaniard In The Works'."




Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Four :


A1     Revolution    
A2     Power To The People    
A3     Attica State    
A4     The Luck Of The Irish    
A5     John Sinclair    
A6     Mannish Boy    
A7     'Twas A Night Like Ethel Merman    
A8     Medley: Beyond The Sea / Blue Moon/Young Love    
B1     Clean-Up Time    
B2     Good Morning, Good Morning    
B3     Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey    
B4     Everyone Had A Hard Year    
B5     Brown-Eyed Handsome Man    
B6     Serve Yourself    
B7     Lord, Take This Makeup Off Me    
B8     The News Of The Day (From Reuters)


A1 Revolution; mono re-mix, John's guitar and Nicky Hopkin's piano not audible, 1968, tagged with the stereo intro and ending
A2 Power To The People,early alternate take, Jan 1971 (stereo)
A3-A5 Attica State; Live, at the "Free John Sinclair" rally at Ann Arbor on 10th December 1971
A6 Mannish Boy (incorrectly listed as I'm A Man); John's take on Muddy Waters, Dakota demo, 1978
A7-A8 'Twas A Night Like Ethel Merman/Medley: Beyond The Sea/Blue Moon/Young Love; John messing around at home, 1978

B1 Clean-Up Time; alternate mix, fall 1980
B2 Good Morning Good Morning; early home demo, Jan/Feb 1967
B3 Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey; Beatles' White Album Esher demos, May 1968
B4 Everyone Had A Hard Year; home demo, late 1968 (later incorporated into I've Got a Feeling)
B5 Brown Eyed Handsome Man; Dakota 1978
B6 Serve Yourself; piano demo, Aug 1980
B7-B8 Lord, Take This Make-Up Off Of Me-The News Of The Day (From Reuters); Bob Dylan parodies, Dakota late 70s



Revolution is a significantly remixed version of The Beatles single (Nicky Hopkins piano and John's guitar are not audible on this version). Good Morning Good Morning is John's original demo from early 1967. Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except  Me And My Monkey (officially known as Come On Come On at the time of this recording) is the Beatles demo version. Everyone Had A Hard Year is John's demo from 1968; this song was eventually incorporated into I've Got A Feeling from Get Back/Let It Be.
Attica State, The Luck Of The Irish and John Sinclair are live stereo recordings from the 'Free John Sinclair Rally' that took place in ann Arbor, Michigan on December 10, 1971. Clean-Up Time is an unreleased mix of the Double Fantasy track.
Power to The People is an early alternate take. I'm A Man, Brown-Eyed Handsome Man (interpolating Get Back), the train-of-thought recitation Twas A Night Like Ethel Merman and the oldies Medley (featuring Beyond The Sea in broken French) are Dakota cassette recordings. The three final tracks on the album are some of John's Bob Dylan parodies. Serve Yourself features a piano accompaniment and 'clean' lyrics. the more notorious guitar-accompanied version with considerably saltier words may be found on the Yin Yang LP (Bag Records 5071).





Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Five :


A1     Dear Prudence    
A2     Jealous Guy    
A3     God Save Us    
A4     Rock And Roll People    
A5     Rock Island Line    
A6     Real Life    
B1     My Life [Take One]    
B2     My Life [Take Three]    
B3     Don't Be Crazy    
B4     The Worst Is Over    
B5     In The Studio    
B6     Starting Over [Vocal Booth]    
B7     Starting Over


A1 Dear Prudence; Beatles' White Album-Esher demos, May 1968
A2 Jealous Guy; alternate take, Tittenhurst studio, July 1971
A3 God Save Oz; John's demo w/ bongos, 1971
A4 Rock And Roll People; home demo, May 1973
A5 Rock Island Line; Dakota demo, late 70s
A6 Real Life; Early piano demo, became parts of "I'm Stepping Out" and "Real Love".

B1-B2 My Life; Dakota demo takes eventually would morph into Starting Over and Real Life, 1980
B3 Don't Be Crazy; Dakota piano demo, would later morph into Starting Over, 1980
B4 The Worst Is Over; Dakota demo w drum machine, morphing closer to Starting Over, summer 1980
B5 In the Studio; studio chat discussing Starting Over, late summer 1980
B6 Starting Over (Vocal Booth); John's isolated vocal, recording his vocal at an early take, late summer 1980
B7 Starting Over; alternate take (before overdubs), late summer 1980


Dear Prudence is the 1968 demo. Jealous Guy is a studio outtake from the Imagine sessions. God Save Oz is the original acoustic demo. Rock Island Line is the electric guitar version recorded at the Dakota. Real Life is a piano demo recorded at the Dakota. Side Two chronicles the evolution of the Double Fantasy track Starting Over, beginning with the Dakota demos of the unreleased songs My Life, Don't Be crazy and The Worst Is Over. Next John runs the studio band through the song. A rough take of the song is presented here as it would be heard from inside John's vocal booth. The side concludes with an early outtake of the number with a rough vocal.




Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Six :


Maggie Mae    
Honey Don't    
Don't Be Cruel    
Matchbox    
Dear Prudence    
Cold Turkey    
Here We Go Again (Take 2)    
Woman    
The Neville Club    
Rock And Roll People    
Not Fade Away    
Sweet Little Sixteen    
You Can't Catch Me    
Mirror, Mirror (Take 1)    
Mirror, Mirror (Take 5)

About the recordings: Maggie Mae was recorded at the Hit Factory 1980. Honey Don't, Matchbox & Don't Be Cruel (which features John's dada-istic Elvis impersonation) were recorded during the making of the Plastic Ono Band LP, 
Personnel: 
John Lennon: vocals, guitar
Ringo Starr: drums
Klaus Voorman: bass
Yoko Ono: wind.


Dear Prudence is a never before-available mix of the Beatles' track. Cold Turkey is the original demo.
Here We Go Again, Woman and the unreleased song Mirror, Mirror are also demos. John reads his story Neville Club from In His Own Write. Most of side two presents some unreleased fruits of John's working relationship with Phil Spector, including alternate versions of Rock And Roll People, Sweet Little Sixteen & You Can't Catch Me as well as an out-of-control jam of Not Fade Away with The Elephant Memory Band.



Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Seven :




A1     Mind Games     4:03
A2     Cold Turkey     4:58
A3     One Of The Boys     3:12
A4     Tight A$     3:32
A5     Studio Banter     2:09
A6     Woman (Vocal Booth)     2:50
B1     Dear Yoko     3:44
B2     I Don't Wanna Face It     2:03
B3     Watching The Wheels     3:32
B4     I'm Stepping Out     4:34
B5     Clean-Up Time     2:59
B6     Woman     3:16


A1 Mind Games; alternate take, summer 1973
A2 Cold Turkey; alternate take from an acetate, 30 Sep 1969 (mono)
A3 One Of The Boys; Dakota demo, late 70s
A4 Tight A$; Original guitar demo, 1973 (with a snippet of John introducing it on radio KHJ-AM Sept 1974)
A5-A6 Studio Banter into recording vocals for Woman; vocal booth source, Double Fantasy sessions, late summer 1980
B1 Dear Yoko; Bermuda demo take 1 (w/ overdubs), July 1980
B2 I Don't Wanna Face It; Bermuda demo, July 1980
B3 Watching The Wheels; Dakota working demo (2 takes), 1980
B4 I'm Stepping Out; complete Dakota demo, 1980
B5 Clean Up Time; Dakota piano demo take 1, 1980
B6 Woman; alternate/early studio take, late summer 1980



The earliest track appearing in this compilation is an alternate take of Cold Turkey (being as this track comes from the only known acetate some ticks and pops are audible--it does not represent a defect in the record). Mind Games is an alternate take with a rough vocal. Tight A$ is the original demo. One Of The Boys (Take 2) is a Dakota recording of an unreleased song. The remainder of this volume highlights teh Double Fantasy/Milk And Honey era. Four demos are featured: Dear Yoko (recorded in Bermuda; double tracked vocals & guitar); I Don't Wanna Face It (on guitar); I'm Steeping Out (with guitar and drum machine); Watching The Wheels (recorded at the Dakota with John on the piano). The version of Woman
on side one demonstrates how the song sounded in John's vocal booth during it's preliminary run-throughs.
This track is preceded by some candid banter between John and those present in the studio with him.
John waxes nostalgic over the old days in the studio with George Martin, etc. The version of woman that closes the album is a studio outtake.



Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Eight :



Roll Over Beethoven    
Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On    
It'll Be Me    
One-To-One Radio Spot Outtakes    
New York City    
God Save Oz    
Introduction (Lennon & Jagger)    
Dirty Mac Jam    
Maurice DuPont - Agent Provocateur    
That'll Be The Day    
Rave On    
Not Fade Away    
Maybe Baby    
Heartbeat    
Peggy Sue Got Married    
Peggy Sue    
Corrina Corrina    
Serve Yourself (M.O.T.H.A.R.)    
The Best Things In Life Are Free    
Eat The Document    
A Nice Noise


Basic good ol' rock 'n' roll is the major theme of this installment of the Lost Lennon Tapes. To kick things off
John and The Elephant's Memory Band rip through chuck Berry's Roll Over Beethoven. Continuing along in the same vein, they next tackle Jerry Lee Lewis with a medley of his numbers, Whole Lotta Shakin' and It'll Be Me. Some never before-aired outtakes of radio spots for The One-To-One Concerts are next one of which incorporates a raucous live-in-the-studio take of New York City mercifully we've edited out as much of obnoxious Geraldo Riveria's comments as possible). God Save Oz is the complete demo, with vocals by John. Beatles John and Rolling Stone Mick introduce John's back-up band on the legendary Rolling Stones Rock 'N' Roll Circus (Eric Clapton, lead; Keith Richard, bass; Mitch Mitchell, drums; Lennon, rhythm). An instrumental jam by that line-up is then performed. (The definitive recordings of the Rock 'N' Roll Circus
performances of Yer Blues and the wild jam with violin Her Blues can be found on the Yin Yang LP, Bag Records #5071).
Buddy Holly's influence on John is in evidence on side two of this collection. For starters we go way back to 1958 and present the one-of-a-kind acetate by The Quarrymen (John on lead vocal), That'll Be The Day. Unfortunately, only the beginning and ending of this track are available, but at least it's presented here in the best quality and longest version to date. The next group of songs (tracks 2-7--all originally made famous by Holly) were performed live with acoustic guitar in the St. Regis Hotel in New York in 1971. They comprise part of the soundtrack to a John & Yoko experimental film called Clock. On Volume Four of this series we featured some of John's Bob Dylan parodies. The Dylan connection is explored again this time around, first with Lennon's Dakota tape of the folk standard Corrina, Corrina-- John's rendition is apparently based on the arrangement used on the Freewheelin' Bob Dylan. Another of John's many Serve Yourself takes is next. But the real coup is the soundtrack to the outtakes of John's appearance in Dylan's film Eat The Document. John only appears in the finished film for a few seconds, but all of the dialog between himself and Bob that was filmed is presented here. You won't hear this stuff on the radio--Dylan is suppressing it and will not allow it to be aired. He probably doesn't like the part where you can hear him vomit. Our side closers are both Dakota recordings. Side one concludes with Lennon's 'mind movie' material, Maurice DuPont-Agent Provocateur Du Jour, R.E.T. (further adventures of which are slated for future volumes of this series). Side two's capper is a father-son collaboration.





Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Nine :



Tomorrow Never Knows    
Strawberry Fields Backwards Talk    
Aerial Tour Instrumental (Flying)    
Cry Baby Cry    
Dear Prudence    
Sexy Sadie    
Julia    
Child Of Nature    
The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill    
I'm So Tired    
Yer Blues    
Everybody's Got Something To Hide    
What's The New Mary Jane?    
Revolution


Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Ten :


Imagine
Crippled Inside    
It's So Hard
A Case Of The Blues    
Sally And Billy
Sally And Billy (Take 3)
Send Me Some Loving    
Woman Is The Nigger Of The World    
New York City    
Only You    
Down In Cuba    
Surprise Surprise (Sweet Bird Of Paradox)
Whatever Gets You Thru The Night    
Watching The Wheels    
I'm Losing You    
Borrowed Time    
Tobias Casuals    



Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Eleven :



A1     Happy Birthday John     1:07
A2     Julia     3:02
A3     Mother     3:22
A4     I Found Out     3:57
A5     What'd I Say     0:36
A6     How?     3:37
A7     Yellow Submarine     0:35
A8     Chi-Chi's Cafe     3:27
B1     Beautiful Boy     2:44
B2     Howling At The Moon     1:58
B3     Memories     2:32
B4     I'm Losing You     3:15
B5     Everybody's Talking, Nobody's Talking     2:23
B6     Nobody Told Me     3:18


A1: 30th birthday message recording for John by Ringo
A8: John and Ringo perform as alter egos (impromtu 60s lunacy)
A5 & A7: Inebriated versions with Klaus Voorman, Phil Spector, Allen Ginsberg, and others in a Syracuse hotel room, from 10/8/71
A2: Demo from 1968, predating version on Volume Nine
A4: Alternate mix, longer than other released versions
A3 & A6: Outtakes from album recordings
B1: Two versions here (demo and alternate studio take)
B4: Guitar/ drum machine demo (at time, song was called "Stranger's Room")
B5: Song that evolved into "Nobody Told Me"
B6: Alternate take
B2: Unreleased song
B3: Unreleased song (borrows melody from "Tennessee")





Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Twelve :


A1     New York City     2:10
A2     Don't Be Cruel     1:35
A3     Hound Dog     2:52
A4     Send Me Some Lovin'     2:33
A5     I Found Out     2:57
A6     Happy Xmas (War IsOver)     3:18
A7     John & Yoko's Happy Xmas Ditty     1:24
A8     Tobias Casuals #2     1:15
B1     Borrowed Time     3:01
B2     God     2:43
B3     Serve Yourself     4:46
B4     Imagine     2:44
B5     Mucho Mungo     2:15
B6     Mt. Elga     1:13
B7     Gone From This Place     3:16




Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A - Etched): BAG 5084-A
Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B - Etched): BAG 5084-B




Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Thirteen :


The Great Wok    
Yer Blues    
I Found Out    
Oh Yoko!    
How?    
Pill    
Out Of The Blue    
#9 Dream    
Tobias Casuals #3    
John Henry    
She Is A Friend Of Dorothy    
Real Love    
Dear Yoko    
(Just Like) Starting Over    
The Return Of Maurice Dupont




Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Fourteen :


Wedding Album Commercial    
Stay In Bed    
Because    
Oh Yoko!    
Grapefruit Excerpts    
Imagine    
Give Me Some Truth    
How?    
San Francisco Bay Blues    
How Do You Sleep    
Tobias Casuals #4


Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Fifteen :


I´m Stepping Out    
I´m The Greatest    
Move Over Ms. L.    
Bring On The Lucie    
Bring On The Lucie    
#9 Dream    
People    
The Luck Of The Irish    
The Luck Of The Irish    
Only People    
Rock And Roll People    
Mind Games Promo    
Forgive Me (My Little Flower Princess)    
Tower Records Spot    
I Don´t Want To Be A Soldier    
How Do You Sleep    
Well (Baby Please Don´t Go)



Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Sixteen :


Move Over Ms. L    
Tobias Casuals #5    
Clean-Up Time    
Forgive Me (My Little Flower Princess)    
Mother    
I´m Stepping Out    
Only The Lonely    
Radio Free London/Oz    
Rip It Up/Ready Teddy    
I´m Crazy    
Beautiful Boy    
Walls And Bridges Promo    
Stranger´s Room    
Woman


Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Seventeen :


I´m Losing You
Mailman, Bring Me No More Blues
Peggy Sue
Cold Turkey    
Dear Yoko
Bless You
Move Over Ms. L.
Living On Borrowed Time
Don´t Let Me Down
Oh My Love    
Jealous Guy    
Surprise Surprise    
Gone From This Place



Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Eighteen :



Living On Borrowed Time    
Michael Lindsey Hogg Talks With John Lennon    
Yer Blues    
Yer Blues    
Don't Let Me Down    
Just Gotta Give Me Some Rock 'n' Roll / Shoeshine    
How Do You Sleep    
I Know    
Power To The People    
Love    
Out Of The Blue    
Bony Moronie    
Be My Baby



Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Nineteen :


Power To The People    
Oh Yoko    
What You Got    
Real Love    
Woman    
Cookin´(In The Kitchen Of Love    
Free As A Bird    
Intuition    
Intuition    
Call My Name    
Call My Name    
One Of The Boys



Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Twenty :


Honey Don't    
Glad All Over    
Lend Me Your Comb    
Duane Eddy Jam    
No. 9 Dream    
12 Bar Original    
Well Well Well    
Well Well Well    
He Got The Blues    
Look At Me    
My Mummy's Dead    
Real Life    
Woman Is The Nigger Of The World    
Cold Turkey    
I'm Stepping Out    
Watching The Wheels


Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Twenty-One :


Run For Your Life    
The Maharishi Song    
Julia    
When A Boy Meets A Girl    
God    
Look At Me    
Oh! Yoko    
How?    
Imagine    
Jam    
How Do You Sleep    
Oh My Love    
Imagine    
J. J.    
Attica State    
Woman Is The Nigger Of The World



Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Twenty-Two :


Sweet Little Sixteen    
Bless You    
Many Rivers To Cross    
Cookin' (In The Kitchen Of Love)    
My Life    
I Watch Your Face    
Serve Yourself    
The Worst Is Over    
Watching The Wheels    
Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy)



Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Twenty-Three :


I Don't Wanna Face It    
Medley : Beautiful Boy / Howling At The Moon / Dakota Rap / Across The River    
Real Love    
Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy)    
Clean Up Time    
I'm Stepping Out    
Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy)    
Watching The Wheels    
Dear Yoko    
Clean Up Time    
You Saved My Soul (With Your True Love)    
Illusions (Not For Love Nor Money)


Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Twenty-Four :


He Said, He Said    
She Said, She Said
Yer Blues
Oh My Love    
Oh My Love    
Because    
Hapiness Is A Warm Gun    
Give Peace A Chance    
Give Peace A Chance    
Give Peace A Chance    
Give Peace A Chance    
Give Peace A Chance    
God    
My Mummy´s Dead
It´s So Hard    
Come Together    
Honky Tonk Blues    
I Know    
Rock And Roll People    
Only People    



Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Twenty-Five :


Whatever Gets You Through The Night    
Steel And Glass    
Beef Jerky    
You Saved My Soul    
Serve Yourself    
Memories    
Real Life    
Watching The Wheels    
Don´t Be Crazy    
Woman    
(Just Like) Starting Over    
I Don´t Want To Face It    



Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Twenty-Six :

Nobody Told Me    
Real Love    
I´m Losing You    
Beautiful Boy    
Nobody Told Me    
Clean Up Time    
(Just Like) Starting Over    
John´s Lost Diary Tape



Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Twenty-Seven :


If I Fell    
I Sat Belonely    
Foyle´s Speech    
National Health Cow    
Strawberry Fields Forever    
Get It Together    
Happy X-Mas    
Power To The People    
Don´t Be Cruel    
I´m The Greatest    
I Know    
Meat City    
Meat City    
Meat City    
One Day At A Time    
Only People    




Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Twenty-Eight :


Tight A$    
You Are Here    
Going Down On Love    
Whatever Gets You Through The Night    
#9 Dream    
Surprise Surprise    
John On KHJ-AM Los Angeles    
Do You Wanna Dance    
Free As A Bird    
Serve Yourself    
She´ll Be Coming Round The Mountain    
She Run Them Round In Circles




Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Twenty-Nine :


Memories    
Stranger´s Room    
Woman    
Woman    
I´m Stepping Out    
I´m Stepping Out    
(Just Like) Starting Over    
Dream Lover / Stay    
Beautiful Boy    
Watching The Wheels    
Borrowed Time    
I´m Stepping Out    
Woman    
Clean Up Time




Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Thirty :



It´s Not Too Bad    
She Can Talk To Me    
Cry Baby Cry    
Two Virgins Outtake    
Plastic Ono Band Jam    
Look At Me    
I´m The Greatest    
How?    
Oh Yoko!    
Sally And Billy    
Happy Girl    
I´ll Make You Happy    
How Do You Sleep?    
It´s So Hard    
I Don´t Want To Be A Soldier



Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Thirty-One :

Intuition    
I Know    
I Know    
Aisumasen (I´m Sorry)    
Steel And Glass    
Walls And Bridges Rundown    
Mirror Mirror On The Wall    
Tennessee    
Memories    
Sally And Billy    
She Is A Friend Of Dorothy    
The Boat Song    
Pedro The Fisherman    
Many Rivers To Cross Pt.2    
Instrumental 1979



Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Thirty-Two :



I´m Stepping Out    
Dear Yoko    
Woman    
Woman    
Clean Up Time    
Nobody Told Me    
I Am The Walrus / Watching The Wheels    
Woman    
Woman    
Living On Borrowed Time    
I´m Losing You


Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Thirty-Three :

Imagine
How Do You Sleep ?    
J.J.    
Rock Island Line / Maybe Baby / Peggy Sue    
Out The Blue    
Old Dirt Road    
Steel And Glass    
Whatever Gets You Through The Night
Rock'N'Roll Radio Spot    
Stand By Me    
Serve Yourself    
Everybody    
Everybody / Nobody Told Me    
Nobody Told Me



Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Thirty-Four :


Falling In Love Again    
Cathy´s Clown
You Send Me    
Real Love    
My Life    
My Life    
Dear Yoko    
I´m Stepping Out    
I´m Stepping Out    



Lost Lennon Tapes Volume Thirty-Five :


I'm Stepping Out    
Borrowed Time
I Dont Wanna Face It    
Watching The Wheels    
Beautiful Boy
(Just LIke) Starting Over    
(Just Like) Starting Over    



Yin & Yang :


A1     Serve Yourself    
A2     Mucho Mungo (Take 1)    
A3     Mucho Mungo (Take 2)    
A4     Stand By Me    
A5     Slippin' And Slidin'    
A6     Yer Blues    Performer – The Dirty Mac
B1     Mucho Mungo (Take 3)    
B2     Imagine    
B3     Radio Peace    
B4     Love    
B5     Walking On Thin Ice    Performer – Yoko Ono
B6     Give Peace A Chance


Mid 80s album is a compilation of tracks from various sources, in very good to excellent audio.

Some pressings are translucent (hold up to a bright light and you can see through the disc)

TRACK DETAILS:

A1 Serve Yourself; acoustic Bermuda demo, June 1980
A2-A3 Mucho Mungo; "Pussycats" demos, spring 1974, takes 1 & 2 (mono)
A4-A5 Stand By Me, Slippin and Slidin'; Recorded for "Old Grey Whistle Test" TV appearance, recorded 18 Mar 1975, broadcast 18 Apr 1975. Live vocals to backing tracks. (mono)
A6 Yer Blues; from the Rolling Stones "Rock'n'Roll Circus" Dec 11, 1968 performed as the Dirty Mac, with Keith Richards, Mitch Mitchell, Eric Clapton & Yoko Ono (Jacket states stereo, but is really mono)

B1 Mucho Mungo; another take, "Pussycats" demo spring 1974 (mono)
B2 Imagine; Live at the Apollo Theater NYC Dec 17, 1971 for Attica State benefit (mono)
B3 Radio Peace; Recorded at Amsterdam bed-in, Mar 26, 1969, with Yoko (mono)
B4 Love; 1982 re-mix of the 1970 track used for UK/Euro single, issued in conjunction with the John Lennon Collection (doesn't fade in fade in, piano and guitar are more isolated, vocals are more prominent) (stereo)
B5 Walking On Thin Ice; Previously Unreleased Disco Mix from 1981(stereo)
B6 Give Peace A Chance; Willowbrook rehearsal with Elephants Memory for the One to One concerts, Aug 1972 (mono)

quarta-feira, 26 de julho de 2017

PAUL McCARTNEY - NEW MOON OVER MACCA AUDIOPHILE 6-CD-BOX+BOOKLET+BONUS DVD

PAUL McCARTNEY - NEW MOON OVER MACCA AUDIOPHILE 6-CD-BOX+BOOKLET+BONUS DVD

12', 45', 78' vinyls, alternates, rejected, rare live gigs, b-sides, promo mixes, single mixes, extended versions, video edits, video soundtrax, remixes, bonus trax, they are all here in great quality!


















THE TRACKS

DISC ONE


# 1. Oh Woman, Oh Why? (B-side)
# 2. Letting Go (single mix) - When it came to release Letting Go as a single, Paul got Alan Parsons to edit and remix the album version. Subsequently, the single version starts with an organ glissando has an edited introduction and fades earlier than the album version in addition to having a punchier mix.
# 3. Beware My Love - When released as the B-side to Let’Em In the organ coda found at the beginning of the album version was omitted since this was cross faded with the start of the guitar on the album, on this, the single version the guitar is faded in later.
# 4. Girl’s School (B-side) The promo DJ edit WAS available as a bonus track on the 1989 UK CD issue.
# 5. Take It Away - The fade is the same as the album version whilst on the single the horns only repeated the phrase twice and not three time.
# 6. The Girl Is Mine (Promo Edit) Fade out is slightly longer than the commercial release.
# 7. Ode To A Koala Bear (Australian Mix )
# 8. No More Lonely Night (7” Special Dance Mix by Arthur Baker)
# 9. No More Lonely Night (Extended Version)
# 10. No More Lonely Night (Extended Play out Version)
# 11. No More Lonely Night (Mole Mix)
# 12. Spies Like Us (Mix-Known To His Friends as “Tom”)
# 13. Spies Like Us (DJ version)
# 14. Spies Like Us (Party Mix)

DISC TWO

# 1. Say, Say, Say (12” John ‘Jellybean’ Benitez Mix)
# 2. Do They Know It’s Christmas (12” Remix) the whole thing called “Feed The World”. The messages were also used in the mix of the A-side song on the 12” version (UK & US).
# 3. My Carnival (Party Mix) Recorded in 1975 (with many overdubs later), it was released 10 years later as the B-side to “Spies Like Us”. The 12” version was a mix done by Gary Langan called the “Party Mix”.
# 4. Press Bert Bevans and Steve Forward mix.
# 5. Press (Hugh Padham mix) The version here is the longest one.
# 6. Press
# 7. Press (12” Dub Mix)
# 8. Pretty Little Head (7” Mix) Remix by Larry Alexander. It was also called the “Rock Radio Remix”.
# 9. Pretty Little Head (12” Extended version)
# 10. Angry (12” Remix)
# 11. Seaside Woman (1986 Remix)
# 12. B-Side To Seaside (1986 Remix)
# 13. Seaside Woman (1986 Extended Remix)
# 14. B-Side To Seaside (1986 Extended Remix) From the 12” issue in 1986
# 15. Only Love Remain (7” Remix) The album version with new overdubs (saxophone & keyboards).

DISC THREE


# 1 Talk More Talk (12” Remix) The B-side of the UK 12” single of “Only Love Remains”. Note that on “New Moon” it fades in late (about 4 seconds) and fades out early too.
# 2 Tough On A Tightrope (Remix by Julian Mendelsohn)
# 3 Let It Be – Ferry Aid Paul’s vocals are from the Beatles version.
# 4 Let It Be – Ferry Aid This is the 12” A-side.
# 5 Let It Be – Ferry Aid This is the 12” B-side
# 6 Ferry ‘Cross The Mersey Another charity single to which Paul contributed vocals.
# 7 Good Sign (Groove Mix) Although Good Sign appeared on the B-Side of the 2nd issued (UK) of “This One”, a special Groove Mix was issued as the B-side to a promo 12” – this is it.
# 8 Figure of Eight (CD Single version) This is the 4 minute edit which appears on the 5” CD single.
# 9 Ou Est Le Soleil – Shep Pettibone Edit There are 8 different version of “Ou Est Le Soleil”. “New Moon” presents 6 of them. The original version was a bonus track on the “Flowers In The Dirt” CD. The 7" mix (see 10 below) was faded early (at 4’13”) and called the “Shep Pettibone Edit” on Capitol promo CD (DPRO 79836) and it is this short version that is this track
# 10 Ou Est Le Soleil – 7” mix The 7” mix is 4’50”. From the 3” CD UK issue of “Figure of Eight” and from the double CD version of “Flowers In The Dirt” (Japan)
# 11 Ou Est Le Soleil – Tub Dub Mix From the B-side of the 12” single (US and various European countries). Also on promo CD sample (US) and as the B-side of the 2nd 12” single of “Figure of Eight” (UK).
# 12 Ou Est Le Soleil – Instrumental Version From the B-side of the 12” single (US and various European countries)
# 13 Ou Est Le Soleil – Shep Pettibone Mix This is the extended mix found on the a-side of the 12” single (US and various European countries) and as the B-side of the 2nd 12” single of “Figure of Eight” (UK).

DISC FOUR


# 1. Ou Est Le Soleil (From the Disconnet CD Series 3 (DN03) The set is worth it just for this track alone)
# 2. WE ALL STAND TOGETHER
# 3. ONCE UPON A LONG AGO (Released on the Press To Play UK Remaster. Different to the UK 12" single !)
# 4. THIS ONE - Piano-based early version.
# 5. THIS ONE - Released on Figure Of Eight (Parlophone 12R 6235)
# 6. PARTY PARTY
# 7. ROUGH RIDE
# 8. DELIVERANCE
# 9. DELIVERANCE
# 10. OFF THE GROUND - CLEAR MOUNTAIN MIX
# 11. OFF THE GROUND - COHEN MIX
# 12. OFF THE GROUND - COHEN MIX EDIT
# 13. MESSAGE - Message from Paul to his Japanese fans
# 14. YOU'LL NEVER WALK ALONE
# 15. IS IT RAINING IN LONDON - Orchestral overdub sessions as seen in the "Movin' On" film.
# 16. MAYBE BABY -Music From And Inspired By The Film Maybe Baby" (Virgin 8 49394 2)
# 17. COMING UP - B-Side to the "Coming Up" single (Columbia 1-11263). Recorded live in Glasgow. Several overdubs (incl. horns) were added to the original live performance.

DISC FIVE

# 1. GOT TO GET YOU INTO MY LIFE - Concert for the people of Kampuchea
# 2. COMING UP - Concert for the people of Kampuchea
# 3. I SAW HER STANDING THERE - "Prince's Trust" 10th anniversary birthday party.
# 4. LONG TALL SALLY - "Prince's Trust" 10th anniversary birthday party.
# 5. GET BACK - "Prince's Trust" 10th anniversary birthday party.
# 6. COMING UP - Live in Knebworth Park
# 7. HEY JUDE - Live in Knebworth Park, Herfordshire.
# 8. YESTERDAY - MONTSERRAT
# 9. GOLDEN SLUMBERS

--MEDLEY--

CARRY THAT WEIGHT THE END
# 10. HEY JUDE
# 11. KANSAS CITY
# 12. C-MOON - MILAN
# 13. P.S.LOVE ME DO
# 14. LET 'EM IN
# 15. THELONG AND WINDING ROAD - From the "Put It There" video sessions.
# 16. ONE AFTER 909 - "An Evening With Paul McCartney & Friends". Paul McCartney & Elvis Costello.Not from broadcast on Classic FM
# 17. MISTRESS AND MAID - "An Evening With Paul McCartney & Friends".Not from broadcast on Classic FM

DISC SIX

Paul McCartney, The Brodsky Quartet, Michael Thomson.

# 1. FOR NO ONE
# 2. ELEANOR RIGBY
# 3. YESTERDAY
# 4. LADY MADONNA

Paul & Carl rejoined backstage and performed a long jam session.

# 5.MY OLD FRIEND
# 6. YOUR TRUE LOVE
# 7. GET IT
# 8. MAYBELLENE
# 9. LEND ME YOUR COMB
# 10. WAKE UP LITTLE SUSIE
# 11. MATCHBOX
# 12. BLUE SUEDE SHOES
# 13. LES PAUL GUITAR PICKING

McCartney/Costello singing together during Summer/fall 1987 sessions

# 14. DON'T BE CARELESS LOVE
# 15. MY BRAVE FACE
# 16. PLAYBOY TO A MAN
# 17. SO LIKE CANDY
# 18. THE LOVERS THAT NEVER WERE
# 19. TOMMY'S COMING HOME
# 20. YOU WANT HER TOO

# 21. NEW MOON OVER JAMAICA - Paul & Johnny Cash
# 22. LINDIANA - Sep-Oct 1984, "David Foster Session".
# 23. DRIVE MY CAR - Released on the promo "R.A.D.D. Awareness Message PRoject, Vol. 3" (track 41). Features numerous stars singing single lines of the song. Among them: Paul, Ringo and Julian Lennon.
# 24. COME TOGETHER - "Smokin' Mojo Filters" session for the War Child project. Features Paul McCartney, Noel Gallagher, Steve Craddock, Paul Weller, Steve White & Carleen Anderson.


BONUS DVD : PAUL McCARTNEY PRESS TO WATCH - Excellent quality!

Excelent quality throughout the BOX, this is the definitive MACCA collection!

NOTES :

VOLUME ONE

1. Oh Woman, Oh Why? (B-side)
This is NOT the promo mix. The promo mix was in mono and had no echo on vocals. This is the usual commercial release. The Promo version can be found on Artifacts III (although this is a poor dub and it jumps!) and on “John Paul George Ringo in The 1970s” (Melvin Records) as well as on the original Promo single from the US (Apple PRO 6194).
If anyone has either the Melvin bootleg or the Apple promo can they please post it and we’ll put the correct version into “New Moon”

2. Letting Go (single mix)
When it came to release Letting Go as a single, Paul got Alan Parsons to edit and remix the album version. Subsequently, the single version starts with an organ glissando has an edited introduction and fades earlier than the album version in addition to having a punchier mix.

3. Beware My Love (Out-Fake - album version faded in later to approximate but not equal the single release)
Out-fake constructed from album version (you can still hear the organ in intro not on single version). When released as the B-side to Let’Em In the organ coda found at the beginning of the album version was omitted since this was crossfaded with the start of the guitar on the album, on this, the single version the guitar is faded in later.

4. Girl’s School (B-side) NOT the promo edit.
The usual release found on the flip of Mull of Kintyre and also on the 1993 CD issue of London Town. The promo DJ edit WAS available as a bonus track on the 1989 UK CD issue.

5. Take It Away (Out-Fake)
Out-fake constructed from album version. (The opening drum has been edited). The fade is the same as the album version whilst on the single the horns only repeated the phrase twice and not three time. A similar out-fake (called the Extended Version) was available on Suitable For Framing bootleg LP. The proper single edit was available also on Wingspan.

6. The Girl Is Mine (Promo Edit)
From the US promo 45 (Epic 34-03288). Edits out the “talking” part (but is not a straightforward cut). Fade out is slightly longer than the commercial release.

7. Ode To A Koala Bear (Australian Mix ?)
The original posting had a glitch. Was re-posted by myself from Yellow Dog’s Oobu Joobu Volume 16 (where it was a bonus track), on which CD was stated that this mix was available only in Australia on a 12” single (not confirmed). Who knows if this is true? It certainly is a different mix, though.

8. No More Lonely Night (7” Special Dance Mix by Arthur Baker)
Originally issued on the second issue of the 7” single (both in UK and US) and later available as a bonus track on the 1992 UK issue of Give My Regards To Broadstreet CD.

9. No More Lonely Night (Extended Version)
Originally available on the 1st 12” single (both UK & US) and later available as a bonus track on the 1992 UK issue of Give My Regards To Broadstreet CD.

10. No More Lonely Night (Extended Playout Version)
Issued as the 2nd 12” single (both UK & US) this is the Arthur Baker 12” Special Dance Mix. Never commercially released on CD

11. No More Lonely Night (Mole Mix)
12” Promo release only. Never officially released on CD.

12. Spies Like Us (Alternative Mix-Known To His Friends as “Tom”)
From the UK 12” single

13. Spies Like Us (DJ version)
The DJ edit was an identical mix to the usual single release but faded out about 1 minute earlier. Released officially on the usual (not promo), 12” release (UK & US) which was issued the same day as the single.

14. Spies Like Us (Party Mix)
From the UK & US 12” single.



VOLUME 2


1. Say, Say, Say (12” John ‘Jellybean’ Benitez Mix)
This version, along with a 7 minute instrumental version, were issued in the UK and the US on a 12” single. Never officially released on CD.

2. Do They Know It’s Christmas (12” Remix)
Paul had originally taped a spoken message. On the 7” version, Paul’s message (along with lots of others) was used for the B –side over an instrumental version of the track – the whole thing called “Feed The World”. The messages were also used in the mix of the A-side song on the 12” version (UK & US).

3. My Carnival (Party Mix)
Recorded in 1975 (with many overdubs later), it was officially released 10 years later as the B-side to “Spies Like Us”. The 12” version was a mix done by Gary Langan called the “Party Mix”. Never officially released on CD.

4. Press (“Video Edit”)
The story of the “Press” remixes is a convoluted one not just because of the number or versions available (6 official and 1 on bootleg) but because label timing and details are often wrong. All US vinyl albums of Press To Play, the CD releases and the original UK vinyl album had the standard Bert Bevans and Steve Forward mix. The “Video Edit” chops out 3 segments from this standard version to end up with a version of 3’35”. Was available on a European compilation CD at one time.

5. Press (Hugh Padham mix)
There are 2 versions of this mix available : the longer one from the 10” UK release (and the 2nd UK album pressing) and the shorter version (fades out earlier) from the 1st issue UK 7”. The version here is the longer one.

6. Press (Video Soundtrack)
Although the 2nd issue of the UK 12” stated on the cover that it was the “Video Soundtrack”, in fact the track on the record was the standard one. In fact the only difference between the 1st issue and 2nd issue 12” (UK) is the cover. So this track is the same as the one found on the “Press To Play” CD – though here it fades a little earlier to avoid the surface noise of the 12”.

7. Press (12” Dub Mix)
A second mix by Bevans and Forward available as an extra track on the 12” issues. Mostly instrumental.

8. Pretty Little Head (7” Mix)
Remix by Larry Alexander. Available on UK 7” single and on US Promo (SPRO 9928). On the latter it was called the “Rock Radio Remix”.

9. Pretty Little Head (12” Extended version)
John “Tokes” Potoker remix from UK 12” single. At the wrong speed on “New Moon” – runs too fast so that although the whole of the 6’56” are on the track plays it all in 6’44”.

10. Angry (12” Remix)
From the b-side of the 12” UK issue of “Pretty Little Head”. Also on B-side of “Stranglehold” US single and on promo. On the later it was called the “Rock Radio Remix”.

11. Seaside Woman (1986 Remix)
From the 7” issue in 1986

12. B-Side To Seaside (1986 Remix)
From the 7” issue in 1986

13. Seaside Woman (1986 Extended Remix)
From the 12” issue in 1986

14. B-Side To Seaside (1986 Extended Remix)
From the 12” issue in 1986

15. Only Love Remain (7” Remix)
From the 12” UK release. The album version with new overdubs (saxophone & keyboards).


VOLUME 3

1 Talk More Talk (12” Remix)
The B-side of the UK 12” single of “Only Love Remains”. Note that on “New Moon” it fades in late (about 4 seconds) and fades out early too.

2 Tough On A Tightrope (Remix by Julian Mendelsohn)
Also on the B-side of the UK 12” single of “Only Love Remains”. Fades in slightly late which is not surprising since the single fades in quietly and hence you get surface noise. Additionally prior to being including on “New Moon” this track has been sonically adjusted (more top and less mid range and bass) to give a more “trebley” effect.

3 Let It Be – Ferry Aid
Paul’s vocals are lifted from the Beatles version. This is the 7” version

4 Let It Be – Ferry Aid
This is the 12” A-side. A

5 Let It Be – Ferry Aid
This is the 12” B-side

6 Ferry ‘Cross The Mersey
Another charity single to which Paul contributed vocals.

7 Good Sign (Groove Mix)
Although Good Sign appeared on the B-Side of the 2nd issued (UK) of “This One”, a special Groove Mix was issued as the B-side to a promo 12” – this is it. (The a-side being the commercial version).

8 Figure of Eight (CD Single version)
When issued as a single lots of overdubs were made on the album version with Paul’s new touring band. Although the version on New Moon is listed as the 7” version – it isn’t! There are 2 version of the re-recording. One version is 5’11” long and appears on the 7”, all 12” issues and on the 3” CD single. However the version that is presented on “New Moon” is the 4 minute edit which appears on the 5” CD single.

9 Ou Est Le Soleil – Shep Pettibone Edit
There are 8 different version of “Ou Est Le Soleil”. “New Moon” presents 6 of them. The original version was a bonus track on the “Flowers In The Dirt” CD. The 7" mix (see 10 below) was faded early (at 4’13”) and called the “Shep Pettibone Edit” on Capitol promo CD (DPRO 79836) and it is this short version that is this track

10 Ou Est Le Soleil – 7” mix
The 7” mix is 4’50”. From the 3” CD UK issue of “Figure of Eight” and from the double CD version of “Flowers In The Dirt” (Japan)

11 Ou Est Le Soleil – Tub Dub Mix
From the B-side of the 12” single (US and various European countries). Also on promo CD sample (US) and as the B-side of the 2nd 12” single of “Figure of Eight” (UK).

12 Ou Est Le Soleil – Instrumental Version
From the B-side of the 12” single (US and various European countries)

13 Ou Est Le Soleil – Shep Pettibone Mix
This is the extended mix found on the a-side of the 12” single (US and various European countries) and as the B-side of the 2nd 12” single of “Figure of Eight” (UK).









PAUL McCARTNEY - B-SIDES COMPLETE AUDIOPHILE 6-CD-BOX+DOUBLE POSTER+BONUS DVD

The Title is self explanatory, It's a 6-CD-SET With every single B-Side Paul McCartney released, 7' , 12', and even 78rpm compacts.The brilliant surprise here though, is that all these singles are from the master tapes and from the original virgin Vinyls and with CD-Quality (Don't ask how they got It).Virtually impossible to find, but extremely worth-buying.Great, but great replay value, you can never get tired of listening to these gems, moreover now, that they are all reunited in one single package and with excellent quality.

It's very difficult to find the extended version of ONCE UPON A LONG AGO of more than 6 minutes, more over with this great sound quality! It was only released in 12 LP format a long time ago, never reissued, nor released in CD format. So, I consider it to be core!









 



Disc 1

01. Another Day
02. Oh Woman Oh Why
03. Give Ireland Back To The Irish
04. Mary Had A Little Lamb (Glyn Johns Engineer)

05. Little Woman Love
06. Hi Hi Hi
07. C Moon
08. The Mess
09. Live And Let Die
10. I Lie Around
11. Country Dreamer
12. Zoo Gang
13. Junior's Farm
14. Sally G
15. Walking In The Park With Eloise
16. Bridge Over The River Suite
17. Soily
18. Girls School
19. Mull Of Kintyre

Disc 2

01. Goodnight Tonight
02. Daytime Nightime Suffering
03. Wonderful Christmastime
04. Rudolph The Red Nosed Reggae
05. Lunch Box. Odd Sox
06. Check My Machine
07. Secret Friend
08. Rainclouds
09. I'll Give You A Ring
10. The Girl Is Mine
11. Ode To A Koala Bear
12. We All Stand Together
13. Twice In A Lifetime
14. Spies Like Us
15. My Carnival
16. Hanglide
17. Simple As That

Disc 3

01. Once Upon A Long Ago
02. Back On My Feet
03. It's Now Or Never
04. Flying To My Home
05. The First Stone
06. I Wanna Cry
07. Good Sign
08. The Loveliest Thing
09. Party Party
10. Mama's Little Girl
11. Same Time Next Year
12. Lennon Medley
13. All My Trials
14. Long Leather Coat
15. Sweet Sweet Memories
16. Big Boys Bickering
17. Down To The River
18. Soggy Noodle

Disc 4

01. Cosmically Conscious
02. Keep Coming Back To Love
03. I Can't Imagine
04. Style, Style
05. Kicked Around No More
06. Oobu Joobu
07. Don't Break The Promise
08. Atlantic Ocean
09. Squid
10. I Love This House
11. Love Remix
12. Love Comes Tumbling Down
13. Same Love
14. Broom Stick
15. Looking For You
16. Fabulous
17. A Room With A View

Disc 5

01. Goodnight Tonight
02. Ebony And Ivory
03. Say Say Say
04. Once Upon A Long Ago
05. It's Not True
06. Give Ireland Back To The Irish
07. Beautiful Night
08. P.S. Love Me Do
09. Things We Said Today
10. Midnight Special (Prisoner's Song)
11. Coming Up
12. Good Day Sunshine
13. Mull Of Kintyre
14. Every Night
15. Lucille
16. Let It Be
17. Rockestra Theme

Disc 6

01. A Love For You
02. Waterspout
03. Night Out
04. Robbers Ball
05. Cage
06. Hey Diddle
07. Did We Meet Somewhere Before
08. Tragedy
09. Best Friend
10. 1882
11. Twenty Five Fingers
12. Gotta Sing, Gotta Dance
13. Don't Know Where She Came From
14. Return To Pepperland
15. On The Wings Of A Nightingale
16. Goodbye
17. Thank You Darling
18. Yvonne's The One  

19. Chase My Blues Away  

domingo, 23 de julho de 2017

JOHN LENNON - WALLS & BRIDGES QUADROPHONIA - 4 CD BOX

JOHN LENNON - WALLS & BRIDGES QUADROPHONIA - 3 CDs ORIGINAL QUAD MIX 1 CD OVER WALLS UNDER BRIDGES










CD LENNON WALLS AND BRIDGES QUAD

JOHN LENNON: WALLS AND BRIDGES QUAD MIXES 3 CDS

This 3 CD set has the 4 channel mixes of this album - each channel has its own tracks which makes for very interesting listening!

Each has unique sounds, vocals and instrument placement! sound quality is excellent and sounds GREAT! If you love this album,

you will love these mixes! #9 Dream, Surprise Surprise, Steel and Glass, Beef Jerky - a few of the best for hearing NEW things.


DISC ONE:


Going Down on Love (3:54)

01 Channel One

02 Channel Two

03 Channel Three

04 Channel Four

Whatever Gets You thru the Night (3:28)

05 Channel One

06 Channel Two

07 Channel Three

08 Channel Four

Old Dirt Road (Lennon, Harry Nilsson) (4:11)

09 Channel One

10 Channel Two

11 Channel Three

12 Channel Four

What You Got (3:09)

13 Channel One

14 Channel Two

15 Channel Three

16 Channel Four


DISC TWO:

Bless You (4:38)

01 Channel One

02 Channel Two

03 Channel Three

04 Channel Four

Scared (4:36)

05 Channel One

06 Channel Two

07 Channel Three

08 Channel Four

#9 Dream (4:47)

09 Channel One

10 Channel Two

11 Channel Three

12 Channel Four

Surprise, Surprise (Sweet Bird of Paradox) (2:55)

13 Channel One

14 Channel Two

15 Channel Three

16 Channel Four


DISC THREE:

Steel and Glass (4:37)

01 Channel One

02 Channel Two

03 Channel Three

04 Channel Four

Beef Jerky (3:26)

05 Channel One

06 Channel Two

07 Channel Three

08 Channel Four

Nobody Loves You (When You're Down and Out) (5:08)

09 Channel One

10 Channel Two

11 Channel Three

12 Channel Four

Ya Ya (Robinson, Dorsey, Lewis, Levy) (1:06)

13 Channel One

14 Channel Two

15 Channel Three

16 Channel Four




I'm a big fan of "Walls and Bridges" and rate it amongst Lennon's best solo works. Yes he was coming out of his "Lost Weekend", but that's the whole point, while there's darkness on the album, reflecting his lows at the time, his optimism carried him through, the whole painting a picture of an artist caught between the angels and devils, with the angels just about winning.
This extensive bootleg selection makes an excellent companion to the official release, topped and tailed by two spoken radio-spots for the album, reflecting not only his returning good humor, but also his belief in the music.
Tracks 2 - 11 are near-masters, usually just missing orchestration, a horn section or even the contribution of Elton John.
I was surprised to learn that Ringo's hit cover of the Platters' "Only You" was almost a note-for-note cover of this demo, plus I've always liked the gonzo title track to Starr's "Goodnight Vienna", with the demo here tracking its origins back to the old unreleased Beatles track "What's The New Mary Jane".
Tracks 12-19 are solo demos, not unnaturally lacking some dynamism, but certainly not commitment, particular a fragile, fraught version of "Going Down On Love", while in "#9 Dream", he perhaps reveals a source by quoting from Thunderclap Newman's "Something In The Air" before ending up safe and sound with his slight children's song "Mucho Mungo", later covered by Harry Nilsson.
Tracks 20 and 21 fall somewhere in between the former two categories, being more than demos but less than out-takes.
Some tracks though, are conspicuous by their absence, like "Scared" and in particular the best track on the original album (and JL's own favourite) set-closer "Nobody Loves You When You're Down And Out" although from the evidence here, I dread to think how harrowing it might sound in the raw.
Unlike the earlier-recorded "Rock And Roll" sessions, there are no signs of drunken debauchery here and the prognosis is definitely good, Lennon was definitely on the way back as these interesting and entertaining, (if for fans only) recordings bear out.



Walls and Bridges Promo Radio Spot 1:01
Rehearsals, Rough Mixes, Outtakes, July 1974
2 Whatever Gets You Thru the Night 3:29
3 Steel and Glass 4:15
4 Going Down On Love 3:58
5 Beef Jerky 3:15
6 Only You (for Ringo) 3:14
8 Surprise, Surprise 2:34
8 #9 Dream 4:40
9 Old Dirt Road 4:52
10 Bless You take 1 5:20
11 Goodnight Vienna (for Ringo) 2:56
Demos, Jan-June 1974
12 Move Over Miss L. 1:50
13 What You Got 3:18
14 Going Down On Love 4:07
15 Surprise, Surprise 3:12
16 Whatever Gets You Thru The Night 2:51
17 #9 Dream 2:08
18 Steel and Glass 1:45
19 Mucho Mungo (for Harry) 3:27
More Rehearsals, 14 July 1974
20 Bless You take 3 3:44
21 Whatever Gets You Thru The Night 3:48
22 "Walls and Bridges" Track Run Down 1:56

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