Sunday, 19 December 2010

John Lennon - Journals


Publisher: Cedrem Sound Lab
Reference :CD-121 
Date :1994 
Length: 74:11
Plastic Ono Band - 1968-72
 1. Intro                    0.17 
 2. Yer Blues                4.04 December 11th 1968 - Rock'n'Roll Circus
 3. Give Peace a Chance      2.41 Composite take
 4. Goodbye Amsterdam        0.18 Recording during the bed in's
 5. Hair Peace / Bed Peace
    / Grow Your Hair         0.16 Recording during the bed in's
 6. Goodnight                0.29 Recording during the bed in's
 7. Cold Turkey              4.58 From Apple acetate
 8. Instant Karma            3.25 February 12th 1970 - Live Lead Vocal
                                  over pre recorded backing track

John Lennon / Plastic Ono Band - Outtakes and Alternates

 9. Mother                            3.46 Original demo (with bells at
                                           original speed)
10. I Found Out                       3.57 Alternate mix of final version
11. Well, Well, Well                  3.37 Alternate mix of final version
12. Look At Me                        2.55 Rough mix of final version
13. My Mummy's Dead                   1.14 Alternate version
14. Honey Don't                       0.52 John sings, and Ringo drums
15. Don't Be Cruel                    0.38 John loved Elvis!
16. Jam (Matchbox)                    1.41 chord changes are from matchbox,
                                           but essentially a jam.
17. 'All Over You' Jam                2.54 John mumbles that he wants
                                           to change the mood
18. Matchbox                          1.20 Another Carl Perkins classic
19. Power to the People #1            2.48 Early run through with regae feel
20. Power to the People #2            3.50 Very straight backing with rock feel
21. Power to the People #3            2.46 Looser with more drum fills.
22. Power to the People #4            3.09 Radically different from
                                           the released version
23. Well Baby Please Don't Go         5.50 Possible rehearsal for the June 6th
                                           1971 concert with Frank Zappa.
24. God Save Us                       3.09 With Lennon's guide vocal
25. Do The Oz                         2.42 'Yoko free' mix.
26. San Francisco Bay Blues           0.46 John runs through an oldie
                                           as he awaits the other musicians
27. San Fran (Reprise)                2.27 John loses his patience
28. Happy Xmas (War Is Over)          3.21 October 28 / 29 1971
29. The Luck of The Irish #1          0.49 Breakdown
30. The Luck of The Irish #2          2.33 Complete version with Yoko.
31. Woman is the Nigger of The World  5.37 Rough mix for final version.


Publisher: Cedrem Sound Lab
Reference :CD-122
Date :1994
Length: 71:53
1. Imagine #1                 3.13 Microphone click at the start.
                                    Double bass drum and snare
                                    only for verses
 2. Imagine #2                 2.53 Electric piano version
 3. Imagine #3                 3.12 with acoustic piano
 4. Imagine #4                 3.12 Huge drum sound. Final arrangment
 5. Imagine #5                 3.15 Same as #4
                                    but with different vocals and mix
 6. Crippled Inside #1         3.48 Take 2
 7. Crippled Inside #2         3.47 Take 17
 8. Jealous Guy #1             4.11 Take 1
 9. Jealous Guy #2             4.27 Take 2. Intro has just piano.
10. Jealous Guy #3             4.07 Take 7, with 'message to all
                                    Northern songs shareholders'
                                    at start.
11. Jealous Guy #4             4.13 Final backing track.
12. Its So Hard                2.30 Final take, without sax.
13. I Don't Wanna Be a Soldier 5.48 Take 1 with sax
14. I Don't Wanna Be a Soldier 5.38 Take 2 without sax
15. Gimme Some Truth           3.36 Final backing track.
                                    Alternate lead vocals.
                                    George Harrison counts in.
16. Oh My Love #1              2.56 Alternate take 'A'.
                                    Many vocal mistakes.
17. Oh My Love #2              2.49 Alternate take 'B' with
                                    John's guide vocal.
18. Oh My Love #3              2.50 Alternate take 'C. 
19. How Do You Sleep?          5.20 Stereo version. All others
                                    (incl. the official) are in mono.

 
Publisher: Cedrem Sound Lab
Reference :CD-123
Date :1994
Length: 73:29

How Do You Sleep? (1971)
 1. How Do You Sleep? #1   1.54 First rehearsal 
 2. How Do You Sleep? #2   0.57 Piano scale rehearsal and jam
 3. How Do You Sleep? #3   4.25 Second rehearsal
 4. How Do You Sleep? #4   7.33 Third rehearsal
 5. How Do You Sleep? #5   5.48 Take #1
 6. How Do You Sleep? #6   8.10 Take #2 very Cold Turkey'ish
 7. How Do You Sleep? #7   6.35 Final backing track with guide vocals
 8. How Do You Sleep? #8   6.14 Final backing track with full
                                lead vocals
 9. How Do You Sleep? #9   6.47 Final backing track with George's
                                guitar overdubs
10. How? #1                3.45 Early version
11. How? #2                3.47 Take 12 with guide vocals
12. How? #3                3.44 Final backing track with alternate
                                vocals 'A'
13. How? #4                3.47 Final backing track with alternate
                                vocals 'B'
14. Oh Yoko #1             4.14 Final backing track with alternate
                                vocals 'A' with overdubbed harmonica
                                and John's laugh.
15. Oh Yoko #2             5.49 Final backing track with alternate
                                vocals 'B' and mistakes with
                                Harmonica solo.


Publisher: Cedrem Sound Lab
Reference :CD-124
Date :1994
Length: 73:22

I'm The Greatest - 1973
 1. I'm The Greatest #1                2.41 Take 1 very early run
                                            through with ad lib lyrics
 2. I'm The Greatest #2                0.50 Breakdown
 3. I'm The Greatest #3                0.30 Breakdown
 4. I'm The Greatest #4                0.24 Breakdown
 5. I'm The Greatest #5                3.38 Take 2
 6. I'm The Greatest #6                0.50 Breakdown
 7. I'm The Greatest #7                0.19 Breakdown
 8. I'm The Greatest #8                4.26 Take 3
 9. I'm The Greatest #9                0.48 Breakdown
10. I'm The Greatest #10               2.19 Take 4
11. I'm The Greatest #11               3.55 Take 5
12. Mind Games                         4.05 September 1973
13. Tight A$                           4.15 
14. Aisumasen (I'm Sorry) #1           4.38 Early Mix
15. Aisumasen (I'm Sorry) #2           4.44 Remix
16. One Day at A Time                  3.19 Very early rough mix
17. Bring on the Lucie (Freeda People) 4.03 Very early rough mix
18. Intuition                          2.52 Alternate Mix
19. Out of the Blue #1                 4.10 Longer early rough mix
20. Out of the Blue #2                 4.13 Longer early re mix
                                            with Mellotron overdubbed
21. Only People #1                     2.44 Earlyrough mix
22. Only People #2                     2.43 Alternate mix
23. I Know (I Know)                    3.46 Early rough mix
24. You Are Here                       4.43 Earl rough mix
25. Meat City                          2.30 Alternate mix


Publisher: Cedrem Sound Lab
Reference :CD-125
Date :1994
Length: 74:39

Varsity Stadium, Toronto Canada - September 13th 1969
with the Plastic Ono Band
 1. Intro                     0.54 
 2. Blue Suede Shoes          2.10 
 3. Money Thats What I Want   3.05 
 4. Dizzy Miss Lizzy          3.17 
 5. Yer Blues                 3.42 Yoko's wailing was removed for
                                   the Apple LP, but can be heard
                                   clearly here.
 6. Intro                     0.12 
 7. Cold Turkey #1            2.56 
 8. Intro "C'mon wake up"     0.26 John chastises the audiences
                                   response to Cold Turkey
 9. Give Peace a Chance #1    3.15 Eric Claptons vocals are clearly
                                   audible here, although not on
                                   the LP at all.

Lyceum Ballroom London England - December 15th 1969
10. Intro             0.23 A Unicef Concert Unreleased & edited
11. Cold Turkey #2    3.46 A Unicef Concert Unreleased & edited

Fillmore East New York - June 6th 1971 with Frank Zappa
12. Intro                        1.06 Both Zappa's and Apples
                                      differ significantly
13. Well (Baby Please Don't Go)  4.46 The Zappa Mix. Clearer,
                                      tougher and much longer.
14. Say Please (aka Jamrag)      1.24 
15. King Kong (aka Jamrag)       1.10 
16. Aaawk (aka Jamrag)           3.11 
17. Scumbag                      6.11 
18. A Small Eternity (aka AU)    4.53 
19. Finale ('Get Her Off' jeers) 1.30 The Apple mix conviently
                                      edited out the crowds calls
                                      (re Yoko) of 'Get Her Off'.

Apollo Theater New York - November 1971
20. Imagine                      2.59 Acoustic Guitar (John solo)

Madison Square Gardens New York - August 30th 1972
21. Intro                 0.25 same as issued version
22. Mother                4.33 Alternate version
23. Imagine               3.17 Alternate Version
24. Intro                 0.17 Edited version but same dialogue
                               as issued album
25. Come Together         4.14 Alternate version
26. Give Peace a Chance   7.40 Long version (only 1 minute of this
                               appears on the official album)

Madison Square Gardens New York - November 28th 1974
with Elton John and Band
27. I Saw Her Standing There   3.01 Alternate DJM B side mix for
                                    Elton John's Philadelphia
                                    Freedom single.


Publisher: Cedrem Sound Lab
Reference :CD-126
Date :1994
Length: 66:35

October / December 1973 - The Phil Spector Sessions
Record Plant (West), Hollywood, California
 1. Sweet Little Sixteen                    4.20 Alternate lead vocal
 2. You Can't Catch Me                      3.39 Roots Version
 3. Bony Moronie                            3.58 Early Rough Mix
 4. Be My Baby #1                           8.34 Roots version
 5. Be My Baby #2                           5.54 Early mix 
 6. Be My Baby #3                           6.47 Full length original
 7. Just Because / Yes Sir, Thats My Baby   6.02 Full length original

March 1974 - John and Pauls Final Session
Record Plant (West), Hollywood, California
 8. Studio talk (want a toot)  0.37 Drug reference
 9. Little Bitty Pretty One    0.29 Bobby Day oldie
10. Lucille                    3.48 Little Richard Oldie - John and
                                    Paul share lead vocals
11. Studio Talk                0.34 
12. Stand By Me #1             5.12 John's final single before his
                                    retirement.

June 1974 - Goodnight Vienna Sessions
Sunset Sound, Los Angeles, California
13. Only You           3.17 This is the same track Ringo used for
                            his single, but with John's lead
                            guide vocal.
14. Goodnight Vienna   2.55 Rough version; demo for Ringo.

October 21st to 25th 1974 - Johns "Rock'n'Roll" Sessions
Record Plant, New York
15. Peggy Sue                2.08 Alternate Mix
16. Slippin and Slidin' #1   2.21 Roots mix featuring long rap ending

Late 1974 - Elton John Rehearsal at unknown Studio
17. I Saw Her Standing There  3.21 Johns reference to bootlegs
                                   at the start is now ironic

Early 1975 - Video Versions Unknown Studio New York
18. Stand By Me #2            3.57 Live Vocals with obvious edits
                                   (we could'nt fix this without
                                   ruining the track) and John's
                                   cheerio to Julian and all
                                   the folks in England.
19. Studio talk               0.20 Live vocals, preparing for
                                   the final take
20. Slippin and Sliddin' #2   2.20 Live Vocals. This song was
                                   supposed to be John's second
                                   single from Rock and Roll but
                                   despite promo 45's being pressed
                                   was abandoned.


Publisher: Cedrem Sound Lab
Reference :CD-127
Date :1994
Length: 74:05

June - August 1974 - 'Walls and Bridges' sessions (and rare mixes)
 1. Going Down on Love       4.01 Studio version
 2. Whatever Gets You        1.48 Short version
    Through The Night #1
 3. Whatever Gets You        3.51 Long version
    Through The Night #2
 4. Whatever Gets You        3.20 Quad mix. Louder congas,
    Through The Night #3          different sax solo at end
                                  (from 2.35 onwards)
 5. Old Dirt Road            4.45 Full length recording of 'Menlove'
                                  version. Johns vocals are echoed
                                  and he talks through the song
                                  helping the other band members.
 6. Bless You #1             4.49 Early take
 7. Bless You #2             0.28 False start
 8. Bless You #3             0.35 Breakdown
 9. Bless You #4             5.33 Full length recording of 'Menlove'
                                  version.
10. Scared                   5.00 Full length recording of 'Menlove'
                                  version.
11. Surprise Surprise        3.40 Studio run through
    (Sweet Bird of Paradox)
12. Steel and Glass #1       5.15 Full length recording of 'Menlove'
                                  version.
13. Steel and Glass #2       5.07 Quad mix 
14. Beef Jerkey              3.23 Studio run through
15. Nobody Loves You (When   5.18 Full length recording  of 'Menlove'
    You're Down and Out)          version.
16. Rock and Roll People #1  2.39 Early take. Long intro, lots of
                                  lead guitar, 'one for the road'
                                  at end.
17. Rock and Roll People #2  3.00 Faster version messy in places
18. Rock and Roll People     6.00 Long version (which formed the
    / Hound Dog                   basis for the 'Menlove Avenue'
                                  version).

October 1974 - Johns Rock and Roll Sessions
Record Plant (East), New York
19. Move Over Ms.L #1        0.20 Breakdown
20. Move Over Ms.L #2        2.40 Guitar (Dylan) version
21. Move Over Ms.L #3        2.43 Piano version


Publisher: Cedrem Sound Lab
Reference :CD-128
Date :1994
Length: 74:38

Just Like Starting Over
 1. Only The Lonely #1            0.29 John's love for oldies was
                                       unchanged
 2. In the studio #1              0.32 'Triplets' John talks to Tony
                                       Levin (bass player) about
                                       adding some Roy  Orbison type
                                       guitar to Starting Over.
 3. Only The Lonely #2            0.40 Ironic that Roy Orbison joined
                                       George Harrison later in the
                                       Traveling Wilbury's.
 4. Gone From This Place          0.27 Acoustic instrumental
 5. (Just Like) Starting Over #1  0.35 Acoustic instrumental (John
                                       playing the guitar waiting
                                       for the other musicians)
 6. In the studio #2              0.13 (Au revoir) John farewells
                                       Sean & Yoko
 7. In the studio #3              1.27 (The start) working through
                                       the opening of the song.
 8. In the studio #4              0.32 'Lovely bass' John admires
                                       Tony Levin's bass sound
 9. In the studio #5              0.22 Hugh McCracken 'Ram' guitarist
                                       gets a tongue lashing
10. (Just Like) Starting Over #2  4.30 'Vocal booth' of final backing
                                       track (diff vocals to final
                                       version)
11. (Just Like) Starting Over #3  4.14 Rough mix of above
12. (Just Like) Starting Over #4  4.18 Rare 12" promo only mix

Cleanup Time
13. In the studio #6    0.29 John encourages Earl Slick to fill
                             the holes
14. Cleanup Time #1     1.33 'Vocal booth' run through #1 (I'd like
                             more back beat from Andy)
15. In the studio #7    0.31 Tony Levin's vanished - the bass player
                             takes a walk
16. In the studio #8    0.26 ('How do we start') running through
                             the begining of the song
17. Cleanup Time #2     4.58 Vocal booth run through (magic mirror)
18. In the studio #9    0.14 'Let us have some fun' long jam at
                             the end
19. Cleanup Time #3     5.52 Vocal booth "Show those mothers"
                             version. Stops singing a few times.
20. In the studio #10   0.17 'We had fun?' after the jam.
21. Cleanup Time #4     4.38 'Rough mix' of 'alternate verse' for
                             Earl Slick's benefit. Guide vocal (and
                             final backing track) version.
22. Cleanup Time #5     4.36 Instrumental (final) backing track.
23. In the studio #11   0.52 'So much fun' Dylan/Jagger similarities.
24. Cleanup Time #6     3.26 Rough Mix with some vocals double
                             tracked

I'm Losing You
25. I'm Losing You #1   4.17 'Cheap Trick' version totally unreleased
                             and much sought after, rejected by John
                             because it sounded 'to Cold Turkey'ish.
26. I'm Losing You #2   3.54 'Rough mix' of final backing track with
                             alternate vocals

Beautiful Boy
27. In the studio #12   1.35 'Skates and rhythm' John talks through
                             the song
28. Beautiful Boy #1    0.11 Slow snippet (vocal booth)
29. In the studio #13   0.34 (Bermuda and rhythm) The original tape
                             from Johns Bermuda Islands trip is
                             played to assist with the 'pace'.
30. In the studio #14   1.12 'Hugh again' Hugh McCracken plaed on the
                             'Ram' album and always seemed to be the
                             punching bag for John in the studio.
31. Beautiful Boy #2    3.54 Early take (vocal booth)
32. In the studio #15   0.13 Jimmy Nichol gets a mention
33. In the studio #16   1.12 'Better and better'. Phrasing the words
                             better.
34. Beautiful Boy #3    3.55 Says 'Pay Shont' long version

Watching The Wheels
35. In the studio #17        0.54 'double rhythm' John explains that
                                  the feel is alomst regae
36. Watching the Wheels #1   3.32 'rough mix' of alternate vocal
                                  (over final backing track)
37. I Am The Walrus          0.15 John has a bit of fun with
                                  a Beatle classic
38. Watching the Wheels #2   3.31 Outtake (vocal booth) unused
                                  backing track.
39. In the studio #18        3.35 'Mrs Higgins foxtrot' Johns humour
                                  resurfaces

Publisher: Cedrem Sound Lab
Reference :CD-129
Date :1994
Length: 74:37

Woman + 9 tracks
 1. In the studio #1      0.48 Expresso
 2. Woman #1              0.55 (Vocal booth) ad hock lyrics,
                                an obviously very early take
 3. In the studio #2      0.19 'Stars'
 4. Woman #2              0.34 (Vocal booth) redoing some parts
 5. In the studio #3      1.12 Two words
 6. In the studio #4      0.27 John asks to have the intro in order
                               to overdub a spoken intro
 7. Woman #3              1.36 (Vocal booth) with whispered spoken
                               intro
 8. In the studio #5      0.11 (Oh stop) John makes a mistake
 9. In the studio #6      0.19 John expresses his love for double
                               tracking vocals
10. In the studio #7      0.18 John aknowledges style of 'Woman'
                               to that of The Beatles
11. Woman #4              0.49 'Girl' vocal bit (vocal booth)
12. In the studio #8      0.25 ('An ex-Beatles') Yoko makes
                               the mistake of telling John
                               he sounds like a Beatle.
13. In the studio #9      0.31 ('Early Motown Beatles') John calls
                               out to Arthur Jenkins Jr who also
                               played on 'Walls and Bridges'.
14. Woman #5              2.49 Full outtake version (vocal booth)
15. Woman #6              3.21 Rough mix of alternate vocal (with
                               added echo to single track vocal)
16. Woman #7              2.29 (Guitar overdub) mainly just guitar
17. Woman #8              3.42 (Choir mix) with spoken intro.
                               This is no doubt the most beautiful
                               version of this song.

Dear Yoko
18. In the studio #10     0.12 Me and Hugh
19. Dear Yoko #1          0.39 (Vocal booth) 'Is that right Tony?'
                               break down
20. Dear Yoko #2          1.47 (Vocal booth) John discovers someone
                               has missed out a verse on
                               the songsheets
21. In the studio #11     1.06 Missed out verse
22. Dear Yoko #3          1.26 (Vocal booth) John Breaks a string
                               and swears accordingly
23. Dear Yoko #4          0.25 (Vocal booth) Short joke version
24. In the studio #12     0.22 'What are we waiting for?'
25. Dear Yoko #5          2.23 (Guide vocal) rough mix of final
                               backing track (start & end is edited)
26. Dear Yoko #6          2.29 (Guide vocal) re mix with Harmonica
                               and handclap

I'm Stepping Out
27. I'm Stepping Out #1   5.02 (Take 1) John asks for more voice in
                               his headphones so he 'doesn't have
                               to shout his balls off'.
28. I'm Stepping Out #2   4.42 (Take 2) Ants in my pants at the end
29. I'm Stepping Out #3   5.16 (Take 8) John says 'feels good'
                               during the intro.
30. I'm Stepping Out #4   1.16 (Vocal booth) 'the timing is really
                               screwy')
31. I'm Stepping Out #5   5.38 Rough mix of long version 

Nobody Told Me
32. In the studio #13     0.23 'Wheres Hugh?'
33. In the studio #14     0.29 Sean phones to say Goodnight
34. Nobody Told Me #1     3.53 Alternate early take (vocal booth)
35. Nobody Told Me #2     3.21 Alternate mix of final version

Borrowed Time
36. In the studio #15     0.28 'Less German' with appologies to
                               Germans everywhere
37. Borrowed Time         3.22 Alternate mix

(Forgive Me) My Little Flower Princess
38. (Forgive Me) My Little  3.27 Alternate Take (Early run through
    Flower Princess              for the band to learn it
39. In the studio #16       0.14 'Foot tappings' John gives his
                                 stamp of approval

Bonus Track
40. Walking on Thin Ice     3.15 Instrumental version (unreleased)
                                 ('Yoko free zone') John's
                                 production (no doubt) at least some
                                 of his guitar work arrangement.
                                 (His last recorded work.... ever).


Publisher: Cedrem Sound Lab
Reference :CD-130
Date :1994
Length: 74:10

Rehearsal with Elephants Memory at Madison Square Gardens
for the 'One to One' Concert
 1. Come Together                 3.53 Low Vocal Version.
 2. Paul McCartney Discussion     0.55 Lengthy discussion on how
                                       to play Paul's keyboard part
 3. Come Together                 3.46 More serious attempt at
                                       completing the song
 4. Cold Turkey                   4.10 Serious rehearsal
 5. Well, Well, Well              5.22 Serious rehearsal
 6. Its So Hard                   2.55 Serious rehearsal
 7. Back Off Boogaloo             0.14 Short excerpt of Ringo's hit
                                       single around that time.
 8. New York City                 4.42 Serious rehearsal
   
Medley  
 9. Don't Be Cruel                1.16 Dropped in favour of Elvis'
                                       oldie 'Hound Dog'
10. Hound Dog                     3.05 John tells Yoko to 'Shut Up'
                                       (Elvis again)
11. On The Caribbean              2.59 Obviously not a serious
                                       rehearsal
   
Medley  
12. Whole Lotta Shakin Goin On    2.56 Jerry Lee Lewis oldie
13. It'll Be Me                   2.20 Jerry Lee Lewis/Cliff Richard
                                       oldie
14. Aint That A Shame             2.21 Fats Domino oldie
15. Who Put On The Bomp           1.00 Barry Mann/Viscounts oldie 
    (In The Bomp Ba Bomp Ba Bomp) 
16. Roll Over Beethoven           2.26 Chuck Berry oldie. Start is
                                       a mess, possibly considered
                                       as the oldie for the show
                                       (which 'Hound Dog won)
17. Send Me Some Lovin            2.30 Sam Cooke oldie
   
Medley  
18. Hound Dog                     2.11 
19. Long Tall Sally               3.03 Little Richard oldie
   
Tracks 20 to 32 appear to be a video shoot for a clip we're yet
to see. Must be late 1980 as the drummer requests Starting Over
and John Refers to Hugh McCracken and Earl Slick who both appear
on Double Fantasy
20. (Just Like) Starting Over     2.32 A request from the drummer
21. I'm Losing You                4.47 Actually sounds like the
                                       original Cheap Trick version
22. Dream Lover                   3.05 A Bobby Darin oldie
23. Stay                          0.51 A Maurice Williams and
                                       the Zodiacs oldie
24. She's a Woman                 0.36 A Beatle oldie
25. Mystery Train                 3.06 An Elvis oldie
26. She's a Woman                 0.56 A Beatle oldie (again)
27. Rip It Up                     1.12 Another Little Richard oldie
28. Im a Man                      1.28 Bo Diddley oldie
29. Be Bop a Lula                 1.19 A Gene Vincent oldie
30. She's a Woman                 1.28 John growing tired of this
                                       one, but cooperating
31. C'mon Everybody               0.36 An Eddie Cochran oldie
32. She's a Woman                 0.05 John finally gets fed up with
                                       this one

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