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John Lennon - Peace Off!

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Scan submitted/created by [Tootai]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: Vigorous Records
Reference :VR-06
Date :2003
Made In :Finland
Quality :VG
Booklet & packaging :
Total duration:

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Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
She Said She Said(Lennon/McCartney)
Song
Version details available
Excerpt
(date unknown)
The Beatles
Short excerpts of the recently auctioned demo tape, parts of which was later broadcast on the BBC. This recording originates from the BBC webcast.
2.
Hair Peace(unknown)
Song
Version details available
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
John Lennon
Hotel Reine Elizabeth, Montréal, May 1969

A short acoustic improvisation for a tv show.
3.
Give Peace A Chance(Lennon/McCartney)
Song
Version details available
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
John Lennon
Hotel Reine Elizabeth, Montréal, Saturday 31 May 1969

A longer alternate take from an 8mm filmreel.
4.
(Medley)(unknown)
Medley title
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
 
Laugh(Lennon/Ono)
Song
Version details available
Studio
Excerpt
4 Dec 1969
John Lennon
EMI Studios, London, England, 4 December 1969

"Laugh" or "Item I" as it was titled by John, included Mal Evans, Yoko Ono, Anthony Fawcett, Geoff Emerick, Phil McDonald, Malcolm Davies, Eddie Klein and others. In his book "The Beatles" (1995), Allan Kozinn reported that an early Plastic Ono Band project, "a recording of a studio full of people lauging wildly for half an hour" - was left unissued. Fortunately, only a few minutes of recording sessions are featured on this disc. During these same sessions they were also recording another art piece, "Whisper" or "Item II" as it was probably also called. The only thing to come from these sessions is the finished stereo mix of Laugh, which can be found on After The Remember 2 CD set. The complete and mixed version of Whisper is still out there.
 
Whispering(Lennon/Ono)
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Studio
Excerpt
4 Dec 1969
John Lennon
EMI Studios, London, England, 4 December 1969

"Laugh" or "Item I" as it was titled by John, included Mal Evans, Yoko Ono, Anthony Fawcett, Geoff Emerick, Phil McDonald, Malcolm Davies, Eddie Klein and others. In his book "The Beatles" (1995), Allan Kozinn reported that an early Plastic Ono Band project, "a recording of a studio full of people lauging wildly for half an hour" - was left unissued. Fortunately, only a few minutes of recording sessions are featured on this disc. During these same sessions they were also recording another art piece, "Whisper" or "Item II" (also aka "Whisper Piece") as it was probably also called. The only thing to come from these sessions is the finished stereo mix of Laugh, which can be found on After The Remember 2 CD set. The complete and mixed version of Whisper is still out there.
Listed as "Whisper"
5.
Instant Karma! (We All Shine On)(Lennon)
Song
Version details available
Live
Top Of The Pops
11 Feb 1970
John Lennon
Composite edit of the unedited video master and the official live version on The John Lennon Video Collection. The bulk of the track comes from the Video Collection version, since it's better quality, but the unedited raw version has a longer fade-out and a partial count-in. Combining these fragments results in the best possible version of the take #1.
6.
Instant Karma! (We All Shine On)(Lennon)
Song
Version details available
Live
Top Of The Pops
11 Feb 1970
John Lennon
Instant Karma! #2

Better quality than on Vinyl To The Core, no distortion at the end.

7.
Working Class Hero(Lennon)
Song
Version details available
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
John Lennon
Working Class Hero (F... Version)
First broadcasted on thursday 1 October 1998

A promo video mix released in 1998 to promote the John Lennon Anthology. Artificially lengthened with interview bits and sound effects mixed in. Sort of a mini biography in a 6-minute music video. Interest enough, while Capitol chose to censor "fucking", they also mixed in people chanting "fuck that shit". Makes sense, right?
8.
Fly(Ono)
Song
Version details available
Soundtrack
Raw Footage
May 1970
John Lennon
Soundtrack from Fly raw footage, somewhat different than the version found on Another Flaming Pie. Very muddy stereo and ends abruptly.
Listed as "This Fly"
9.
Oh My Love(Lennon/Ono)
Song
Version details available
Outtake
(date unknown)
John Lennon
Oh My Love rehearsals
Tittenhurst Park, Ascot, Friday 21 May 1971

Raw footage from the unreleased movie Working Class Hero, better sound than on "Free As A Bird" (FAB 1).
10.
(Medley)(unknown)
Medley title
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
 
Mind Games(Lennon)
Song
Version details available
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
John Lennon
Raw footage from the unreleased movie Working Class Hero, better sound than on "Free As A Bird" (FAB 1).
 
Oh My Love(Lennon/Ono)
Song
Version details available
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
John Lennon
Raw footage from the unreleased movie Working Class Hero, better sound than on "Free As A Bird" (FAB 1).
11.
(Medley)(unknown)
Medley title
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
 
He's Got The Whole World In His Hands(Trad., Arr. Love)
Song
Version validated
Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
Composite of the soundtrack from "John's Birthday" video by Jonas Mekas (2:39), and another clip (0:45) from an outtake from the Birthday video. This 3:26 fragment is previously unbootlegged. The track features John, Yoko, Phil Spector, Ringo, Maureen, Allan Ginsberg, Klaus Voormann, Jim Keltner and a bunch of other people jamming and singing at John's 31st birthday party. The film itself contains sped-up footage from the Birthday party which shows John strumming on an acoustic guitar with his friends, along with Ringo clapping along. Note that the "Attica State" featured here isn't the Lennon composition that appears on Sometime In NYC LP, it's more like a Yoko/Spector driven jam than an actual song.
 
Tandoori Chicken(Harrison/Spector)
Song
Version validated
Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
Composite of the soundtrack from "John's Birthday" video by Jonas Mekas (2:39), and another clip (0:45) from an outtake from the Birthday video. This 3:26 fragment is previously unbootlegged. The track features John, Yoko, Phil Spector, Ringo, Maureen, Allan Ginsberg, Klaus Voormann, Jim Keltner and a bunch of other people jamming and singing at John's 31st birthday party. The film itself contains sped-up footage from the Birthday party which shows John strumming on an acoustic guitar with his friends, along with Ringo clapping along. Note that the "Attica State" featured here isn't the Lennon composition that appears on Sometime In NYC LP, it's more like a Yoko/Spector driven jam than an actual song.
 
Attica State(Lennon/Ono)
Song
Version validated
Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
Composite of the soundtrack from "John's Birthday" video by Jonas Mekas (2:39), and another clip (0:45) from an outtake from the Birthday video. This 3:26 fragment is previously unbootlegged. The track features John, Yoko, Phil Spector, Ringo, Maureen, Allan Ginsberg, Klaus Voormann, Jim Keltner and a bunch of other people jamming and singing at John's 31st birthday party. The film itself contains sped-up footage from the Birthday party which shows John strumming on an acoustic guitar with his friends, along with Ringo clapping along. Note that the "Attica State" featured here isn't the Lennon composition that appears on Sometime In NYC LP, it's more like a Yoko/Spector driven jam than an actual song.
12.
(Medley)(unknown)
Medley title
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
 
Introduction(John Lennon Section)
Song
Version details available
TV
David Frost Show
16 Dec 1971
John Lennon
More complete here than on Unbootlegged 1, with David's full intro. John on acoustic bass with Jerry Rubin, David Peel & The Lower East Side Band.
 
The Hippie From New York City(Peel)
Song
Version details available
TV
David Frost Show
16 Dec 1971
John Lennon
More complete here than on Unbootlegged 1, with David's full intro. John on acoustic bass with Jerry Rubin, David Peel & The Lower East Side Band.
13.
Bring On The Lucie (Freda People)(Lennon)
Song
Version validated
TV
ORTF, Pop 2
14 Dec 1971
John Lennon
A short acoustic rendition from a French TV documentary, with an unfortunate French voice over.
14.
Imagine(Lennon)
Song
Version validated
Concert
New York, Apollo
17 Dec 1971
C1971.12.17
John Lennon
This wonderful acoustic performance has been available on several bootlegs, first appearing on the Yin Yang LP in 1982, and on the Anthology, where the mix differs from this mono soundboard recording, and is presented here with the complete intro and an incomplete band introduction. No no-noise has been applied to this recording, so it sounds better than it has ever done on a boot.
15.
Interview(John Lennon Section)
Song
Version details available
John Lennon
Unknown - On Too Many People / Back Seat Of My Car
1971
John Lennon
John commenting on Paul's latest album, RAM.
16.
Woman Is The Nigger Of The World(Lennon/Ono)
Song
Version details available
Acoustic Demo
Dec 1971
John Lennon
Previously available demo, but longer. The bulk of this track has also been available on the Lost Lennon Tapes and News Of The Day, but was missing the beginning and ending which are more complete here, edited in from the Anthology. Unfortunately, the Anthology edit is missing everything in between.
17.
Interview(John Lennon Section)
Song
Version validated
John Lennon And Yoko Ono
New York - Dick Cavett (TV, Dick Cavett Show)
3 May 1972
John Lennon
18.
Woman Is The Nigger Of The World(Lennon/Ono)
Song
Version validated
TV
Dick Cavett Show
3 May 1972
TV.720503.01
John Lennon
Complete performance with an interview with Dick Cavett, better sound than on Telecasts.
19.
Woman Is The Nigger Of The World(Lennon/Ono)
Song
Version validated
Version details available
TV
Eyewitness News
5 Aug 1972
John Lennon
Raw interview footage by Geraldo Riviera for Eyewitness News.
20.
(Medley)(unknown)
3:19
Medley title
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
Raw interview footage by Geraldo Riviera for Eyewitness News.
 
Interview(John Lennon Section)
Song
Version validated
John Lennon
San Francisco - Geraldo Rivera (TV, Eyewitness News)
16 Feb 1973
John Lennon
 
Improvisation(-)
Song
Version details available
TV
Eyewitness News - Ad Lib
16 Feb 1973
John Lennon
A couple of lines listed as "Magic Mirror"
21.
Interview(John Lennon Section)
Song
John Lennon
San Francisco - TV, Flipside
16 Feb 1973
John Lennon
A humorous but short interview with John reminiscing about The Beatles
22.
Commercial(unknown)
1:01
Song
Version details available
Mind Games Promo Outtake
Tony King
24 Oct 1973
John Lennon
John Lennon, Keith Moon and Elton John filming a promotion film for John's latest album.
23.
(Medley)(unknown)
Medley title
(unidentified)
(date unknown)
 
Interview(John Lennon Section)
Song
Version validated
John Lennon
New York - Jean-Francois Vallee (TV, Un Jour Futur)
7 Apr 1975
John Lennon
A french TV interview where John breaks into a rendition of Lady Marmelade. Unfortunately, he doesn't know a lot of the words... Longer than the version on Brandy Alexanders and The Wall Of Sound set from Vigotone.
 
Lady Marmalade(Crewe/Helfman)
Song
Version validated
Version details available
TV
ORTF, Un Jour Futur
7 Apr 1975
TV1975.04.07
John Lennon
Piano rendition
A french TV interview where John breaks into a rendition of Lady Marmelade. Unfortunately, he doesn't know a lot of the words... Longer than the version on Brandy Alexanders and The Wall Of Sound set from Vigotone.
24.
We'll Meet Again(Parker/Charles)
Song
Version details available
(unidentified)
Mar 1975
John Lennon
A short adlib.
25.
Dear Yoko(Lennon)
2:42
Song
Identified
Version validated
Version details available
Demo
Take 1 - Acoustic
11 Apr 1980
John Lennon
Taken from a home video source where John tapes himself composing two demos of "Dear Yoko", later released on the Double Fantasy album. Then the tape cuts to John setting up the camera in the living room, capturing Yoko arriving at the front door. Has preamble/intro introducing it as "Oh Yoko Part 2 circa 1971/2/3"
26.
Dear Yoko(Lennon)
2:58
Song
Identified
Version validated
Version details available
Demo
Take 2 - Acoustic
11 Apr 1980
John Lennon
"Take-a Two-a"
Taken from a home video source where John tapes himself composing two demos of
Dear Yoko, later released on the Double Fantasy album. Then the tape cuts to John setting
up the camera in the living room, capturing Yoko arriving at the front door.
27.
Dialogue(John Lennon Section)
Song
Version details available
John Lennon And Sean Lennon
Cold Spring Harbour
12 Apr 1980
John Lennon
Dialogue from a home video filmed on vacation at Cold Spring Harbour in 1980. Parts of this dialogue were used in John Lennon's Family Album overdubbed and edited. Here is the unbutchered tape.

28.
The End(Lennon/McCartney)
Song
Version details available
Alternate Mix
Long Final Chord
1969
The Beatles
As a totally unrelated bonus track, we have included The End from the famous "Abbey Road Talks" LP, most of which hasn't been rebooted on vinyl or CD since. Presented here is a muddy stereo mix with the long chord at the end.
Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   


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Song by another artist Song by another artist Medley title Medley title
Book chapter Book chapter
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Filename: VR-06
Originally filled by: Tootai
Date of creation: 20 Nov 2003 18:18:12
Last filled by: Aidanymous
Last Revision Date : 08 Mar 2012 20:12:57
Online on : 23 Feb 2004
Type of media: Bootleg Homemade CD-R


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