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John Lennon - 1974 - Home Recordings album

John Lennon - 1974 - Home Recordings album
  • Performer John Lennon
  • Title 1974 - Home Recordings
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  • Genre Rock / Pop
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John Lennon (1940–1980) was an English musician who gained prominence as a member of the Beatles. His songwriting partnership with bandmate Paul McCartney was one of the most celebrated in music history. After their break-up, Lennon recorded over 150 songs as a solo artist. Between 1968 and 1969, Lennon released three avant-garde experimental albums with wife Yoko Ono, as well as a live album and two singles, "Give Peace a Chance" and "Cold Turkey", with the Plastic Ono Band.

Acoustic is a compilation album of John Lennon demos, studio and live performances that feature his acoustic guitar work and was released in 2004. Although it failed to chart in the United Kingdom, Acoustic reached number 31 in the United States with sales of 27,858 copies, becoming John Lennon's best charting posthumous US release since 1988's Imagine: John Lennon soundtrack. It spent eight weeks on the chart.

Yer Blues – John Lennon is 'insecure' rather than 'suicidal'. Most of the recordings were widely bootlegged, although the release of Anthology 3 resulted in previously-unheard demos of the four final songs. The seven Kinfauns demos included on Anthology 3 – licensed to Apple by George Harrison – were also of a better quality than the bootlegs. Lennon later reused the melody for 1971's Jealous Guy. What's The New Mary Jane was based around a nursery rhyme-style melody, and in the studio became one of Lennon's first avant garde compositions. It remained unreleased until Anthology 3, despite Lennon's various attempts to have it released by The Beatles or the Plastic Ono Band.

John Lennon, New York, New York. HAPPY XMAS (War Is Over) (New Alt Acoustic Mix, 2018) - JOHN & YOKO, PLASTIC ONO BAND.

28, 1974, appearance onstage with Elton John at Madison Square Garden: That he only appeared there after losing a bet. And that a backstage moment marked Lennon's reunion with Yoko Ono, after his co-called "Lost Weekend. Elton John sang and played piano on both "Surprise Surprise (Sweet Bird of Paradox)" and "Whatever Gets You Thru the Night" for Lennon's 1974 album Walls and Bridges.

16, 1974 (US) Jan. 31, 1975 (UK). Go to the John Lennon Album Discography.

1970 November Home Recordings. 1970 Plastic Ono Band - Home & Studio CD1. Green Grape. 1970 Plastic Ono Band - Home & Studio CD2. 1971 Home Recordings. Beatles Christmas Album - Disc 1. Mark Jones.

It was Elton who spotted the chart-topping potential of ‘Whatever Gets You Thru The Night’, a storming track to which he contributes. Indeed he won his friendly bet that this song would be Lennon’s first solo Number 1 – for which his price would be a guest appearance by John at Elton’s Madison Square Garden show. Images from the album cover Childhood drawings by John Lennon. While his struggles with US immigration dragged on, John re-established himself in New York and made renewed overtures to Yoko, with whom he had never lost contact. One must wonder whether Walls And Bridges played a part in their eventual reunion.

Tracklist

1 Steel And Glass (Demo)
2 Going Down On Love (Demo)
3 Going Down On Love (Demo)
4 Going Down On Love (Demo)
5 Going Down On Love (Demo)
6 Move Over Ms L (Take 1 - Electric Guitar)
7 Move Over Ms L (Take 2 - Acoustic Guitar)
8 #9 Dream (Demo)
9 #9 Dream (Demo)
10 #9 Dream (Demo)
11 Surprise, Surprise (Sweet Bird Of Paradox) (Demo)
12 Surprise, Surprise (Sweet Bird Of Paradox) (Demo)
13 What You Got (Demo)
14 What You Got (Demo)
15 Whatever Gets You Through The Night (Demo)
16 Whatever Gets You Through The Night (Demo)
17 Whatever Gets You Through The Night (Demo)