|Complete Lost Lennon Tapes - Vol. 5 & 6
|Complete Lost Lennon Tapes - Vol. 5 & 6
Selected Picture From Booklet
|Catalogue No.||WALRUS 002/003|
|Country Of Origin||Holland|
|Release Date||December 1997|
|Total Time||C.D. 1 - 76:53
C.D. 2 - 75:35
(from the sleeve)
|This double C.D. brings together all the tracks from the original vinyl bootlegs of the Lost Lennon Tapes, volumes 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11.
Superb Quality and carefully mastered.
All of the tracks remain in the exact order of the original vinyl releases.
Lost Lennon Tapes - Volume Eight covers tracks 5 to 25.
Lost Lennon Tapes - Volume Nine - tracks 26-31 of disc 1, then 1 to 8 of disc 2.
Lost Lennon Tapes - Volume Ten - tracks 9 to 25 of disc 2.
Lost Lennon Tapes - Volume Eleven - tracks 26-27 of disc 2 (continues on next volume).
For a complete cross reference index of the tracks featured on the Complete Lost Lennon Tapes
and the offical release Anthology click here John Lennon Outtakes Index.
|1||Watching The Wheels||Piano composing demo||3:52|
|2||I'm Stepping Out||Demo 3 - Complete demo, Acoustic and drum machine||4:34|
|3||Clean-Up Time||Piano demo take 1||2:59|
|4||Woman||Early take with count-in||3:15|
|5||Roll Over Beethoven||"Sometime In New York City" outtake March 1972||2:29|
|6||Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On||"Sometime In New York City" outtake March 1972||8:14|
|It'll Be Me||"Sometime In New York City" outtake March 1972|
|One-To-One Radio Spot Outtakes||Radio spots|
|7||New York City||A raucous live-in-the-studio take from the Radio spots||0:49|
|8||God Save Oz||Complete studio take (Longer than LLT 1)
At end John says, "Give it to 'em Duke"
|9||Introduction||John and Mick Jagger introduce John's backing band||0:50|
|10||Dirty Mac Jam||Instrumental jam from the Stone's "Rock and Roll Circus"||3:42|
|11||Maurice Dupont (Agent Provocateur)||Lennon's "mind-movie" material
Again John utilises his outrageous French accent
|12||That'll Be The Day||Quarrymen 1958 acetate (incomplete)||1:02|
|13||Rave On||Performed Live in St. Regis Hotel in New York in 1971, comprised part of soundtrack of John & Yoko's experimental film "Clock"||1:13|
|14||Not Fade Away||Performed Live in St. Regis Hotel in New York in 1971, comprised part of soundtrack of John & Yoko's experimental film "Clock"||0:56|
|15||Maybe Baby||Performed Live in St. Regis Hotel in New York in 1971, comprised part of soundtrack of John & Yoko's experimental film "Clock"||1:53|
|Peggy Sue Got Married|
|18||Corrina Corrina||Guitar demo, rolling bluesy style VERY similar to Watching The Wheels on CLLT 12||1:15|
|19||Serve Yourself (M.O.T.H.A.R.)||Piano demo - Clean take||2:36|
|20||Best Things In Life Are Free||Dylan parody||0:18|
|21||Eat The Document||Original dialogue from Dylan's film "Eat The Document". Dylan suppressed this from the broadcast. He probably didn't like the bit where you hear him vomit||7:54|
|22||A Nice Noise||John and Sean collaboration||1:51|
|23||Revolution 9||No. 9 ... No. 9 ... No. 9||0:14|
|24||Tomorrow Never Knows||Take 3||2:55|
|25||tseT klaT sdrawkcaB sdielF yrrebwartS||John "backwardspeak", a test originally intended for Strawberry Fields||0:38|
|26||Aerial Tour Instrumental (Flying)||The Beatles - "Flying" Take 8 Remix 4||2:04|
|27||Cry Baby Cry||Esher Demo||2:27|
|28||Dear Prudence||Esher Demo with talking ending
Same as on
|29||Sexy Sadie||Esher Demo||2:21|
|1||Julia||Esher Demo #2
Double-tracked Esher demo #2 - See version on CLLT 2 too,
this is same original pass as that one but a different overdub.
|2||Child Of Nature||Esher Demo
Longer than that on
|3||Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill||Esher Demo||2:41|
|4||I'm So Tired||Esher Demo||3:07|
|5||Yer Blues||Esher Demo||3:31|
|6||Everybody's Got Something To Hide
Except For Me And My Monkey
Slightly shorter version on
|7||What's The New Mary Jane||Esher Demo
Same take is on CLLT 2, but this take is 4 seconds longer.
The take on CLLT 1 is the same take.
The drum and bass guitar crash in on the opening line. This idea was dropped.
|10||Crippled Inside||From the "Imagine" album sessions - rough take||3:47|
|11||It's So Hard||Rough take before saxophone overdub.||2:23|
|12||A Case Of The Blues||Acoustic demo - Previously unreleased song||2:54|
|13||Sally And Billy||Take 1 - Piano demo||0:28|
|14||Sally And Billy||Take 3 - Piano and drum machine||3:23|
|15||Send Me Some Loving||Acoustic demo||3:12|
|16||Woman Is The Nigger Of The World||Original acoustic demo
Same take is on CLLT 12 but is very slightly shorter.
|17||New York City||Original acoustic demo||1:14|
|18||Only You||John's studio version, later recorded by Ringo||3:14|
|19||Down In Cuba||Bass, maracas and bass - Previously unreleased song||2:06|
|20||Surprise Surprise (Sweet Bird Of Paradox)||Unedited acoustic guitar based demo #1||3:12|
|21||Whatever Gets You Thru The Night||Early studio run through||3:49|
|22||Watching The Wheels||Acoustic demo - excellent folky version with the words complete||3:00|
|23||I'm Losing You||Piano demo #2||1:30|
|24||Borrowed Time||Bermuda acoustic demo
At start John says, "Welcome to Bermuda"
|25||Tobias Casuals||Advert - John SHOUTS the ad.||0:54|
|26||Happy Birthday John||Ringo and some friends (Steve Stills, Billy Preston, Chris and Klaus) sing for John's 30th birthday||1:11|
|27||Julia||Kenwood acoustic demo #2 with count-in, that pre-dates the version on CLLT 2||2:59|
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