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John & Yoko / The Plastic Ono Band - Some Time In New York City herunterladen Darsteller: John & Yoko / The Plastic Ono Band
Titel: Some Time In New York City
Stil: Rock & Roll, Art Rock, Noise, Avantgarde, Classic Rock
Etikett: Apple Records
# Cat: SVBB 3392
Freigegeben: 1972
Land: Canada
FLAC album: 2124 mb
MP3 album: 1870 mb
Bewertung: 4.0
Genre: Rock

Trackliste

1Scumbag
Written-By – Zappa, Lennon-Ono
2Sunday Bloody Sunday
Written-By – Lennon-Ono
3John Sinclair
Written-By – Lennon
4Attica State
Written-By – Lennon-Ono
5Well (Baby, Please Don't Go)
Written-By – Walter Ward
6Sisters O Sisters
Written-By – Ono
7Angela
Written-By – Lennon-Ono
8Woman Is The Nigger Of The World
Written-By – Lennon-Ono
9Cold Turkey
Written-By – Lennon
10We're All Water
Written-By – Ono
11Au
Written-By – Lennon-Ono
12New York City
Written-By – Lennon
13Don't Worry Kyoko
Written-By – Ono
14Jamrag
Written-By – Lennon-Ono
15Born In A Prison
Piano – John Las BoscaWritten-By – Ono
16The Luck Of The Irish
Written-By – Lennon-Ono

Versionen

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PCSP 716John & Yoko / Plastic Ono Band With Elephant's Memory And Invisible Strings John & Yoko / Plastic Ono Band With Elephant's Memory And Invisible Strings - Some Time In New York City ‎(2xLP, Album)Apple RecordsPCSP 716UK1972
7001-7002John & Yoko / Plastic Ono Band With Elephant's Memory And Invisible Strings John & Yoko / Plastic Ono Band With Elephant's Memory And Invisible Strings - Some Time In New York City ‎(2xLP, Album, Promo)Apple Records7001-7002Argentina1972
PCS 7161, PCS 7162John & Yoko / Plastic Ono Band With Elephant's Memory And Invisible Strings, Mothers of invention, Frank Zappa John & Yoko / Plastic Ono Band With Elephant's Memory And Invisible Strings, Mothers of invention, Frank Zappa - Some Time In New York City ‎(2xLP, Album)Parlophone, ParlophonePCS 7161, PCS 7162Israel1972
1C 172-05 137/38, 1A 158-05137/38John & Yoko / Plastic Ono Band With Elephant's Memory And Invisible Strings John & Yoko / Plastic Ono Band With Elephant's Memory And Invisible Strings - Some Time In New York City ‎(2xLP, Album)Apple Records, Apple Records1C 172-05 137/38, 1A 158-05137/38NetherlandsUnknown
TC-PCSP-716/1, TC-PCSP-716/2John & Yoko / Plastic Ono Band With Elephant's Memory And Invisible Strings John & Yoko / Plastic Ono Band With Elephant's Memory And Invisible Strings - Some Time In New York City ‎(2xCass, Album, RE)EMI, EMI, Parlophone, ParlophoneTC-PCSP-716/1, TC-PCSP-716/2Australia & New ZealandUnknown

Credits

  • BassKlaus Voorman (tracks: C1, C2)
  • DrumsAlan White (tracks: C1, C2), Jim Gordon (tracks: C1, C2), Jim Keltner (tracks: A1 to B5), Keith Moon (tracks: C1, C2)
  • Electric PianoNicky Hopkins (tracks: C1, C2)
  • FeaturingElephants Memory (tracks: A1 to B5), The Mothers Of Invention (tracks: D1 to D4)
  • GuitarDelaney Bramlett (tracks: C1, C2), Eric Clapton (tracks: C1, C2), George Harrison (tracks: C1, C2)
  • ProducerJohn And Yoko (tracks: A1 to B5), Phil Spector (tracks: A1 to B5)
  • SaxophoneBobby Keys (tracks: C1, C2)
  • TrumpetJim Price (tracks: C1, C2)
  • VocalsYoko Ono
  • Vocals, GuitarJohn Lennon
  • Vocals, PercussionBonnie Bramlett (tracks: C1, C2)

Hinweise

C1 and C2 recorded live 15th Dec 1969 at The Lyceum, London at UNICEF benefit concert. Billy Preston's lost organ performance overdubbed by Nicky Hopkins.

D1 to D4 recorded live at Fillmore East, New York on 6th June 1971 with The Mothers.
(Incorrectly credited as 'Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention' on release)
See Mothers - Fillmore East, June '71

Barcodes

  • Label Code (Disc One, Side 1 Label): SVBB-1-3392
  • Label Code (Disc One, Side 2 Label): SVBB-2-3392
  • Label Code (Disc Two, Side 1 Label): SVBB-3-3392
  • Label Code (Disc Two, Side 2 Label): SVBB-4-3392
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc One, Side 1 Etched): SVBB-1-3392-Z8 Bell Sound sf John and Yoko forever Peace on Earth and goodwill to all men '72
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc One, Side 2 Etched): SVBB-2-3392-Z8 Bell Sound sf John and Yoko forever Peace on Earth and goodwill to all men '72
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc Two, Side 1 Etched): SVBB-3-3392 Z7 #2 Bell Sound sf
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc Two, Side 2 Etched): SVBB-4-3392 Z7 Bell Sound sf

Album

Some Time in New York City is a part-studio, part-live double album by John Lennon & Yoko Ono, with the American rock band Elephant's Memory & Invisible Strings. Released in June 1972 in the US and in September 1972 in the UK on Apple Records, it is Lennon's third post-Beatles solo album. Like Lennon's previous solo albums, it was co-produced by Lennon, Ono and Phil Spector. The album's lyrics are very politically charged compared to its predecessors, discussing political and social issues and topics. But here Lennon and Yoko, accompanied by New York's Elephant's Memory, sing and scream freely against sexism in Woman Is the Nigger Of The World and Sisters, O Sisters. They protest incarceration in John Sinclair, Attica State, and Born In A Prison, colonialism in Sunday Bloody Sunday and The Luck Of The Irish, and racism in Angela. The richness of Phil Spector's production fills out the danceable grooves on nearly every track. Vocals Yoko Ono. Vocals, Guitar John Lennon. Vocals, Percussion Bonnie Bramlett tracks: 2-1, 2-2. These cookies are necessary for the website to function and cannot be switched off in our systems. They are usually only set in response to actions made by you which amount to a request for services, such as setting your privacy preferences, logging in or filling in forms. You can set your browser to block or alert you about these cookies, but some parts of the site will not then work. These cookies do not store any personally identifiable information. Performance Cookies. Do you like this album Leave a review. In the Know. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop Wipe Out June 22, 1963. RIFFd: Nas Nasir. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop Mr. Tambourine Man June 21, 1965. Lyricapsule: Nirvana Drop Bleach June 15, 1989. Lyricapsule: Derek and the Dominos First Gig June 14, 1970. Sisters, O Sisters. Yoko Ono. John LennonPlastic Ono Band. Millions of songs. John Lennon, 1975. Some Time In New York City peaked at number 48 in the US. Despite numerous imported copies having been sold, it reached number 11 in the UK charts. Sales of the album were additionally affected by its high price. Although the Live Jam disc was intended as a free bonus album, it was given a separate catalogue number which pushed up the price of the package. John Lennon's all-star 31st birthday party in Syracuse, New York. John Lennon's 1972 album, Some Time in New York City, was a genuine & heartfelt attempt to make pop music meaningful in a way few artists attempt to do. The studio recordings for the album started in mid-February and ended on 8 March 1972 and for John and Yoko the ethos was to capture their songwriting soon after it was completed and then get their record released as quickly thereafter as possible. Some Time in New York City came out in the US in early June, less than three months after recording was complete. The concept of in the now gained further traction through the albums cover art that was modeled on the front page of the New York Times. Au Lyrics. About Some Time in New York City. Often labeled as one of, if not the, worst of Lennons solo albums, this was John and Yokos last collaboration with producer Phil Spector. With one disc of studio material and one of live recordings from the Fillmore East, Lennons third album has been criticized for its less than subtle political messages. Some Time in New York City Q&A. Artist Yoko Ono. Primary Artists John Lennon & Yoko Ono. A good John album to check out would be Imagine or John LennonPlastic Ono Band. Some of Yoko's best work can be found on Approximately Infinite Universe or Season of Glass, the album released shortly after the death of John. Read more. Musically, the Yoko tunes are not up to par, but they are sure entertaining. John's work on the other hand has moments of inspiration, particularly John Sinclair, New York City & the Live version of Well, Baby Please Don't Go that is track 1 of CD 2. Aside from the previously mentioned song, most of the live CD is garbage. It is a shame the pairing with Frank Zappa and Mothers did not produce more interesting stuff