|Complete Lost Lennon Tapes - Vol. 13 & 14
|Complete Lost Lennon Tapes - Vol. 13 & 14
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|Catalogue No.||WALRUS 024/025|
|Country Of Origin||Holland|
|Release Date||March 1998|
|Total Time||C.D. 1 - 75:25
C.D. 2 - 76:18
(from the sleeve)
|This double C.D. brings together tracks from the original vinyl bootlegs of the Lost Lennon Tapes, volumes 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25.
Superb Quality and carefully mastered.
All of the tracks remain in the exact order of the original vinyl releases.
Lost Lennon Tapes - Volume Twenty-two covers tracks 5 to 14.
Lost Lennon Tapes - Volume Twenty-three - tracks 15-19 of disc 1, then 1 to 7 of disc 2.
Lost Lennon Tapes - Volume Twenty-four - tracks 8 to 27 of disc 2.
Lost Lennon Tapes - Volume Twenty-five - track 28 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||Imagine||Take 4 - Alternate mix - Excellent backing, voice has lots of echo.
At start John says "OK ?", followed by a breathy pause.
|2||J.J.||St. Regis hotel 1972 - Early acoustic version of "Angela"||1:08|
|3||Attica State||Acoustic demo - Take 2 with count-in.
30 seconds of take then a break, down, a false start, then a full run through.
At end, John, "OK, let's hear it"
Yoko, "That wasn't bad"
John, "Well, we don't know do we."
|4||Woman Is The Nigger Of The World||Alternate version with count-in||5:33|
|5||Sweet Little Sixteen||Alternate take||4:00|
|6||Bless You||Early rehearsal - 30 seconds practice, then
John says, "It's harder to play slow, isn't it ?"
Followed by a take of 5:19 length.
|7||Many Rivers To Cross||Home recording - guitar and drum machine||2:58|
|8||Cookin' (In The Kitchen Of Love)||Piano demo of a song given to Ringo||2:31|
|9||My Life||Composing piano demo of Starting Over
At start John says, "Let's have a little of this then"
|10||I Watch Your Face||The earliest incarnation of Starting Over.
An acoustic composing demo, with the barest hint of the basic melody.
|11||Serve Yourself||Piano demo
At start John is singing, "I've got a story to tell".
|12||The Worst Is Over||Home demo of Starting Over - guitar and drum machine||2:16|
|13||Watching The Wheels||Rolling blues guitar demo version (excellent)
This version is also on CLLT 12 !
Note that John also used the exact same style on Corrina Corrina on CLLT 5.
|14||Beautiful Boy||Demo 1 - Early composing tape, lyrics starting to take shape
Piano, guitar and drum machine
|15||I Don't Want To Face It||Acoustic demo - Take 1||1:41|
Beautiful Boy (0:30)
Howling At The Moon (0:40)
Across The River
|Guitar and drum machine medley, in fact
exact same beat set-up as track 14 above, so probably a continuation.
|17||Real Love||Acoustic demo - Take 5 (Demo #2 in this series ?)||2:42|
|18||Beautiful Boy||Demo 6 - Take 2 (?) Acoustic and bongo's.
"Fritz and Heinz" introduction.
|19||Stepping Out||Take 1 - Alternate take
At end John says, "OK, he stepped out."
|1||Clean-up Time||Rehearsal version with John directing the studio musicians.
French at start.
At end John says, "I get shorter fingers every day"
|2||Beautiful Boy||Alternate mix||3:50|
|3||Watching The Wheels||Alternate mix||3:28|
|4||Dear Yoko||Alternate mix||2:24|
|5||Clean-up Time||Alternate mix||4:20|
|6||You Saved My Soul||Post Double Fantasy guitar demo||2:35|
|7||Illusions||Unreleased acoustic track||2:39|
|8||He Said He Said||1966 composing tape for She Said She Said (acoustic)||1:59|
|9||She Said She Said||Acoustic demo with finished lyrics||0:54|
|10||Yer Blues||Take 1 from the Rolling Stones Rock 'n' Roll Circus film of 11th December 1968
More or less an instrumental, John's voice can be EXTREMELY faintly heard.
|11||Oh My Love||Acoustic demo #1 with preliminary lyrics referring to Yoko's miscarriage||1:23|
|12||Oh My Love||Acoustic demo #2 with preliminary lyrics referring to Yoko's miscarriage||1:19|
|13||Because||25th May 1969 Canadian bed-in recording from King Edward Hotel Toronto (acoustic)||0:37|
|14||Happiness Is A Warm Gun||25th May 1969 Canadian bed-in recording from King Edward Hotel Toronto
John says, "Mama you're so beautiful this morning, I'd love to grab your weed"
|15||Give Peace A Chance||25th May 1969 Canadian bed-in recording from King Edward Hotel Toronto||0:37|
|16||Give Peace A Chance||Early rehearsal - 1st June 1969, Suite 1742, Queen Elizabeth Hotel, Montreal
Mostly John, a few others start joining in.
|17||Give Peace A Chance||Later rehearsal - 1st June 1969, Suite 1742, Queen Elizabeth Hotel, Montreal
Crowd joining in now, plus handclaps.
|18||Give Peace A Chance||Soundtrack of the documentary film.
"Let's hear it for peace"
|19||Give Peace A Chance||A brief version of undetermined origin, John alone||0:25|
|20||God||Acoustic demo #4||3:39|
|21||My Mummy's Dead||Rough mix||0:44|
|22||It's So Hard||4th June 1971 - King Curtis joins John and John explains what he wants as they make an early pass at it||4:21|
|23||Come Together||1972 - One-to-One rehearsal||3:50|
|24||Honky Tonk Blues||1972 - One-to-One rehearsal||2:47|
|25||I Know||Demo 1 - Acoustic (Take 3 ?)
(Also on CLLT 16)
|26||Rock 'n' Roll People||Rough mix of Take 7||2:48|
|27||Only People||Alternate mix #2||2:41|
|28||Whatever Gets You Thru The Night||Acoustic demo from June 1974||2:49|
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