|Complete Lost Lennon Tapes - Vol. 3 & 4
|Complete Lost Lennon Tapes - Vol. 3 & 4
Selected Picture From Booklet
|Catalogue No.||WALRUS 010/011|
|Country Of Origin||Holland|
|Release Date||December 1996|
|Total Time||C.D. 1 - 76:45
C.D. 2 - 78:23
(from the sleeve)
|This double C.D. brings together all the tracks from the original vinyl bootlegs of the Lost Lennon Tapes, volumes 4, 5, 6 and 7.
Plus the first few tracks of volume 7.
Superb Quality and carefully mastered.
All of the tracks remain in the exact order of the original vinyl releases.
Lost Lennon Tapes - Volume Five - tracks 17-26 of disc 1, then 1 to 3 of disc 2.
Lost Lennon Tapes - Volume Six - tracks 4 to 18 of disc 2.
Lost Lennon Tapes - Volume Seven - tracks 19 to 26 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||Revolution||Remixed version, John's guitar and Nicky Hopkin's piano not audible||3:23|
|2||Power To The People||Early alternate take (1)||2:45|
|3||Attica State||Performed at the "Free John Sinclair" rally at Ann Arbor on 10th December 1971||3:36|
|4||Luck Of The Irish||Performed at the "Free John Sinclair" rally at Ann Arbor on 10th December 1971||3:36|
|5||John Sinclair||Performed at the "Free John Sinclair" rally at Ann Arbor on 10th December 1971||3:07|
|6||I'm A Man||Dakota cassette recording - A blues number that John performs in a bluesy deep voice||1:52|
|7||'Twas A Night Like Ethel Merman||Dakota cassette recording - an amusing poem with John using his favourite Scottish accent. In the background it sounds like the Yellow Submarine soundtrack.||5:10|
Beyond The Sea
|Dakota cassette recording - As above, John is still joking around, he accompanies himself on acoustic,
whilst he sings in his favourite mock French accent, this is very amusing and great stuff.
(On this c.d. these two tracks are bundled together)
|8||Clean Up Time||Unreleased mix||3:23|
|9||Good Morning, Good Morning||Original 1967 demo||1:01|
|10||Everybody's Got Something To Hide
Except For Me And My Monkey
Slightly longer (at start) on
|11||Everyone Had A Hard Year||Demo from 1968 (I've Got A Feeling)||1:33|
|12||Brown-Eyed Handsome Man||Acoustic demo - Dakota cassette recording||2:13|
|13||Serve Yourself||Piano demo with clean lyrics.
at end John says, "Too loud".
|14||Lord, Take This Make-up Off Of Me||Bob Dylan parody||6:44|
|News Of The Day (from Reuters)||Bob Dylan parody|
|15||Dear Prudence||Esher Demo
Same as on
|18||Jealous Guy||Early take (No whistle) (same as on "Imagine - The Alternate Album - SWA 3379")||4:06|
|17||God Save Oz||Original acoustic and bongos demo||1:56|
|18||Rock And Roll People||Guitar demo||2:10|
|19||Rock Island Line||Electric guitar and drum machine version recorded at The Dakota||2:47|
|20||Real Life||Piano demo #3
Early incarnation of "I'm Stepping Out" and "Real Love".
The verse became the first, the chorus the other.
|The Next Seven Tracks Chronicle The Evolution of "Starting Over"|
|21||My Life||Take 1 - Piano Dakota Demo||1:02|
|22||My Life||Take 3 - Acoustic Dakota Demo||2:32|
|23||Don't Be Crazy||Dakota piano demo||1:37|
|24||The Worst Is Over||Dakota demo, acoustic and drum machine||3:27|
|1||In The Studio||Studio banter, John discusses and trys parts of the song with the band||6:53|
|Starting Over||Vocal booth
At start John says, "This is for Gene, Eddie, Elvis and Buddy"
|2||Starting Over||Early outtake with a rough vocal.
Judging by the noises, this is a studio playback of a take just laid down.
|3||Maggie Mae||Short studio adlib at the Hit Factory 1980||5:23|
|Honey Don't||Outtake from "Plastic Ono Band" LP, includes Ringo|
|Don't Be Cruel||Outtake from "Plastic Ono Band" LP, includes Ringo
(also includes John's dada-istic Elvis impersonation)
|Matchbox||Outtake from "Plastic Ono Band" LP, includes Ringo|
|4||Dear Prudence||Take 1, alternate mix with clapping at end.||3:56|
|5||Cold Turkey||Demo - Take 2 - Acoustic double-tracked||3:37|
|6||Here We Go Again||Take 2 - Acoustic demo (longer version than on LLT 1)||3:01|
|7||Woman||Acoustic and drum machine demo, Take 2 recorded in Bermuda
This is the same as the take on CLLT 1 except that this one is longer.
I believe this to be demo #3 (see index)
|8||Neville Club||John reads one of his poems.
Recorded 10th December 1963 in Doncaster, England
|9||Rock And Roll People||Take 5 - Unreleased work version with Phil Spector||6:00|
|10||Not Fade Away||Early rehearsal at "One to One" concert||5:15|
|Sweet Little Sixteen||Alternate Take - Unreleased work version with Phil Spector|
|11||You Can't Catch Me||Alternate Take - Unreleased work version with Phil Spector
Same take is on CLLT 16 but is very slightly longer.
(This track has a very "Come Together" feel about it)
|12||Mirror, Mirror||Take 1 - Piano demo||5:13|
|Mirror, Mirror||Take 5 - Piano demo|
|13||Mind Games||Alternate take with rough vocal||4:04|
|14||Cold Turkey||Alternate take (Take 25?) - Taken from the only known acetate||4:56|
|15||One Of The Boys||Take 2 - Acoustic Dakota demo||3:13|
|16||Tight A$||Original guitar demo
At start John presents it as Dr. Winston O'Boogie on the radio.
|17||Studio Banter||John waxes lyrical about the studio days with George Martin and emphasises his love of double-tracking and Smokey Robinson||4:58|
|18||Dear Yoko||Bermuda demo Take 1 - Acoustic and double-tracked
At start John says, "Welcome to Bermuda"
|19||I Don't Wanna Face It||Bermuda demo - Acoustic and double-tracked||2:03|
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