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New York City/Rehearsal #2 - John Lennon - Some Time In New York City Sessions (CD)

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  1. Live in New York City captures Lennon's last full-length concert performance, coming right after the release of Some Time in New York City. Backing Lennon and Ono were Elephant's Memory, who had served as Lennon and Ono's backing band on Some Time in New York City.
  2. Some Time In New York City, the follow-up to John Lennon’s Imagine, was inspired by radical left-wing politics of the early s. A critical and commercial failure, it featured two discs containing 10 studio songs and six live performances. The album was borne of the vitality Lennon felt after moving to New York City.
  3. Next best song is "New York City", which isn't really a protest song, but more reflects the mood of the Lennon's at the time of this recording and explains what they were up to at the time. "Woman Is the Nigger of the Word" is another excellent number with great lyrics - lyrics which back in were so true, even if not as true today.
  4. Live In New York City was John Lennon’s last full-length concert performance, shortly after the release of Some Time in New York City. The concerts, billed as ‘One to One’, also featured.
  5. John Lennon and Yoko Ono thought so too and their album, Some Time in New York City was a genuine and heartfelt attempt to make the art of popular music vital and meaningful in a way that few.
  6. Some Time in New York City is a studio album by John Lennon & Yoko Ono and Elephant's Memory, and paired with the live album Live Jam as a double album. Released in , it is Lennon's third post-Beatles solo album, fifth with Ono, and third with producer Phil Spector/5(32).
  7. John Lennon / Some Time In New York City Sessions / 3CD Trifold / Scorpio (UK) Recorded At The Record Plant, New York City, February -March Click Image To Enlarge. Tracklist. Rehearsal # 10 Rehearsal # 11 John Sinclair Demo Angela Early Demo Version Jj Take 1.
  8. Dec 07,  · On the evening of December 8, , John Lennon and Yoko Ono stepped out of a limousine by their apartment building. A man pulled out a gun and shot him in cold blood in the vestibule of the building. Police respond to the scene right away. When they saw the amount of blood coming from Lennon's body, they knew they could not wait for an ambulance.

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