• 11:52:00 AM
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19 APRIL 2021 (TORONTO, ON) - Capitol Records Nashville singer/songwriter Caylee Hammack is releasing a new version of her deeply personal song “Small Town Hypocrite” with a guest vocal by Chris Stapleton.  Since Hammack released the autobiographical song, critics, fans and peers alike have had an overwhelming affinity for the track and the picture it paints of the songwriter’s journey of heartbreak and reflection. Hammack also hand illustrated the single art for the special release of the track, depicting the trailer featured in the vulnerable lyrics.

“My one whim for this song was to hear Chris Stapleton accompany me on it,” shared Hammack. “Two years after I spoke this wish out loud in the studio, Chris agreed to sing the part I had written in hopes of hearing his voice on it. Life is a beautiful full circle sometimes. I am so grateful to Chris for singing on this song.”

Co-written and co-produced by Hammack, NPR and Esquire singled out  “Small Town Hypocrite” as one of their “Best Songs of 2020” and the acclaim continues to stack up.

“A song of the year.” – Stereogum 

“A devastating ballad about the guy who broke her heart that felt so intimately specific, with weary anger so finely honed, that it was hard to imagine what heights Hammack could reach on her second album.” – Rolling Stone 

“So well-written and communicated… Never fitting in, sacrificing a scholarship for love, being cheated on and realizing mistakes, it’s all here in elegantly scored music — sighing steel guitars and murmuring keys — that sports hooks, urgency and a chorus that comfortably sticks in your ear.” – NPR

“The track is a perfect wonder… The lyric is extraordinary… The vocal performance is quite moving, radiating vulnerability, heartache, bitterness and honesty. All in all, a fabulous little record.” – Music Row

“Hammack bares her soul on the deeply personal “Small Town Hypocrite,” a heartbreaking story song about trusting the wrong person.” – Billboard

A devastating ballad from a new singer.” – Washington Post 

  “Powerful.”– Paste 

“The story of the heartbreak that got her here.” – CMT

Capitol Nashville “songwriter/producer/full-throttle vocalist” (HITS) Caylee Hammack just released her debut record IF IT WASN’T FOR YOU. Critics have continued to highly praise the 13-track set that sees Hammack with writer and producer credits on every track on the album. “Hammack has arrived with this 13-track adrenaline blast…every song on here plays out like an entry in Hammack’s diary—and is just as compelling…Hammack deserves to be a star” declared Billboard. Recently winning a nod for ACM “Music Event Of The Year,” with Miranda Lambert, Caylee Hammack has been noted as an “Artist To Watch” by outlets including The Bobby Bones Show, Rolling Stone and HITS Magazine for her “voice to move mountains” (Rolling Stone). With her breakout Top 30 single “Family Tree” marking the most-added single at Country radio by a female artist in over three years, Hammack, the Capitol Nashville recording artist has previously brought her unforgettable live set to opening slots for Eric Church, Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert, Trisha Yearwood, Brothers Osborne and some of country music’s biggest festivals. For more information visit www.cayleehammack.com.

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 BIGGEST FIRST-WEEK DEBUT OF 2021 & BIGGEST FEMALE COUNTRY STREAMING WEEK EVER


 18 APRIL 2021 (TORONTO, ON)
– Returning to #1 around the world and breaking numerous records, Taylor Swift has made history yet again with Fearless (Taylor’s Version). Notably, she's the first woman with three new No. 1 albums in less than a year. Moving over 1 million units worldwide, Fearless (Taylor’s Version) logged the “biggest first week debut of any album this year,” “the biggest first week debut for a country album since 2015” and “the biggest female country streaming week ever. Fearless (Taylor’s Version) is the only No. 1 album of its kind: a re-recording of an artist’s (own or another’s) previously released album.

Generating 50 million-plus streams on release day, it also achieved “the biggest first day streaming debut for any album on Spotify this year” and marked her fourth consecutive album to exceed 50 million Spotify streams in 24 hoursFearless (Taylor’s Version) also becomes the first country album by a female artist to reach #1 on Apple Music’s US Albums chart.

In addition to capturing #1 on the Billboard Top 200, #1 on the Billboard Top Album Sales chart and #1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart, it went #1 in the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Ireland. It debuted Top 5 in Belgium, Norway and the Netherlands and in Germany it was the biggest debut by a country album in the history of Germany’s album chart. Fearless (Taylor’s Version) charted at #1 on the iTunes Top Overall Albums Chart in 61 countries. 

Fearless (Taylor’s Version) stands out as Taylor’s 4th #1 album in less than two years with the “3 biggest debuts since July2020” with folkloreevermore, and Fearless (Taylor’s Version). It also emerges as “the biggest female country album debut since the inception of the Billboard Top 200 album-based conception charts in 2014.” Fearless (Taylor’s Version) is the eleven-time GRAMMY® Award-winning, record-breaking superstar’s 9th #1 Album. 

Taylor entered rarified air across the pond as Fearless (Taylor’s Version) became her 3rd album to chart #1 during its debut week in less than a year in the UK. The Beatles had previously accomplished this incredible feat the fastest in 364 days, but Taylor eclipsed the speed of The Fab Four as she reached this benchmark and accumulated three #1’s in just 259 days—a difference of 105 days.

Not only did it become her 7th #1 in the country, but Taylor became “the first and only solo artist ever to claim three UK #1 albums in less than 12 months during the 21st century” and “the first ever international artist and first ever female artist to land three #1 albums in the UK within one year in history.”

Physical sales of Fearless (Taylor’s Version) outsold the remaining combined total physical sales of the UK Top 15. The permanent downloads also bested the remaining combined total permanent downloads of the Top 70. She shattered her own record for the second time in the last year as “the first and only female artist to garner 7 #1 studio albums in the UK this century. Additionally, she has gathered “the 3rd Most #1 albums in the UK by a female artist.

Down Under, Taylor is now “the first artist to release three #1 albums in a 12-month period in Australia.” Taylor is the first artist to have three different albums top the ARIA Charts in a twelve-month period. She bests her own record of “the shortest span of #1 albums in Australia” with only 17 weeks between evermore and Fearless (Taylor’s Version). Her previous record was 20 weeks between folklore and evermore. With eight total #1 albums in Australia, she is second for “female artist with most #1 albums” only behind Madonna and just behind Eminem for “most consecutive #1 albums.” At radio, “Mr. Perfectly Fine (Taylor’s Version)” bows in the Top 10 on the Airplay Chart.

REVIEWS OF FEARLESS (TAYLOR’S VERSION)

 

 “A Rating” – The A.V. Club, Saloni Gajjar

 

“5/5 Stars” – The Daily Telegraph, Neil McCormick

 

"Fearless was always an exceptionally fine album of country-pop songs, detailing the romantic fixations of a wholesome teenage American girl on the verge of adulthood, and guess what? It still is." – The Daily Telegraph, Neil McCormick

 

“4/5 Stars” – Rolling Stone, Jonathan Bernstein

 

“Her thirtysomething voice is richer, deeper, and more sure of itself." – Rolling Stone, Jonathan Bernstein

 

“There are the songs that feel more moving now than they did 13 years ago." – Rolling Stone, Jonathan Bernstein

 

“4/5 Stars” – The Guardian, Alexis Petridis

 

“Fearless is the kind of album in which fans have a genuine emotional investment." – The Guardian, Alexis Petridis

 

“She's changed from a talented kid with a guitar to one of today's biggest superstars.” – USA Today, Hannah Yasharoff

 

“The new album is really well done." – Entertainment Weekly, Lauren Huff

 

“"Fearless (Taylor's Version)" Is Even More Beautiful Than The Original Album” – Buzzfeed, Ryan Schocket

 

“Taylor's vocals are undeniably stronger, smoother, and more connected than ever.” – Buzzfeed, Ryan Schocket

 

“The vault songs are making everyone question why the album wasn’t 27 tracks long to begin with." – Buzzfeed, Ellie Bate

 

 “Taylor Swift’s Fearless Re-Recording Is a Thrilling Timewarp.” – SPIN, Bobby Olivier

 

“4/5 Stars” – i Newspaper, Sarah Carson

 

“There are lyrics throughout Taylor Swift’s breakthrough record Fearless that nearly 13 years later, feel prophetic." – i Newspaper, Sarah Carson

 

“There’s something really special about listening to Taylor sing these songs knowing the huge distance between where she is now and who she was when she wrote them." – TIME, Annabel Gutterman

 

“I love that this re-recorded album is essentially a love letter to being a teenage girl. The world still dismisses teenage girls as not serious enough, too dramatic, and overall too much. Adolescence is often looked back on with embarrassment and shame. But these songs make me want to give my former 14-year-old self a hug and tell her she was doing just fine." – TIME, Samantha

 

“It’s really a triumph of self-knowledge and self-awareness, in the way that Swift is so hyper-conscious of the ways she’s matured that she has the ability to un-mature before our very ears." – Variety, Chris Willman

 

“Has there been a greater pop single in the 20th century than “You Belong With Me”? Probably not." – Variety, Chris Willman

 

“It would not be surprising if, as we speak, Big Machine was putting a combined team of scientists and lawyers on the case of the new album’s waveform readouts, to make sure it’s not just the original album, remixed. Honestly, it’s that close.” – Variety, Chris Willman

 

“4/5 Stars” – NME, Hannah Mylrea

 

“‘Fearless (Taylor’s Version)’ both celebrates and stays true to Swift’s ‘Fearless’-era." – NME, Hannah Mylrea

 

"Swift never cringes away from her younger self. Instead, she revisits the songs with kindness and affection, celebrating the success of her teenage releases." – NME, Hannah Mylrea

 

“Taylor Swift’s Fearless album proves her songs were written to last.” – The Independent, Roisin O’Connor

 

“We can’t help but be impressed…” – Evening Standard, David Smyth

 

“Taylor Swift has taken control." – Forbes, Abigail Freeman

 

“ALBUM OF WEEK: The real treats are the extra tracks, previously unreleased outtakes from the Fearless sessions. Maren Morris duets on the gorgeous You All Over Me, Keith Urban crops up and Mr Perfectly Fine is the banger that should have shown 13 years ago why country alone could never contain Swift’s talent.” – The Sunday Times, Lisa Verrico

 

“I immediately went to the chorus of “Fifteen,” one of my 2000s pop high-water marks, to see if I’d get chills. Good news: I did. Felt that gut punch during “White Horse.” “You Belong With Me” had that crucial air of resignation.” – The New York Times, Jon Caramanica

 

“As she dives back into her past work, it’s another reminder of what she brought to the genre — and what it lost when she moved on." – The Washington Post, Emily Yahr

 

“The redone tracks from the original release, which make up the album’s first portion, are almost uniformly better than their forebears: warmer, crisper, more clearly enunciated. They sound newer and, at the same time, more lived-in." – The Washington Post, Allison Stewart

 

“Taylor Swift releases a 'perfect replica' of Fearless.” – BBC, Mark Savage

 

“Damn, this album holds up – not only to the hype of its initial release, but despite that, beyond that.” – Consequence of Sound, Katie Moulton

 

“8/10” – The Line of Best Fit, Ross Horton

 

“4/5 Stars” – The Times, Will Hodgkinson

 

“Swifties grab your tissues, the release of Taylor Swift’s Fearless (Taylor’s Version) is finally here in all its nostalgic and emotional glory." – Wonderland, Staff Writer

 

“8/10” – Clash, Lucy Harbron

 

"Like a restored photograph brightening from black and white into colour, Fearless (Taylor's Version) is the same, but better." – Clash, Lucy Harbron

 

“It’s the latest evidence that Swift is not just fearless but also relentless." – Stereogum, Chris DeVille

 

“8/10” – Gigwise, Kelsey Barnes

 

“Swift is creating a bridge between two worlds; one where she’s merging older, timeless songs with a mature voice and outlook." – Gigwise, Kelsey Barnes

 

“4/5 Stars” – The Evening Standard, David Smyth

 

“A masterclass in classic Nashville songwriting, from the searing melodrama of Love Story to the breakdown of a relationship in Breathe.” – The Times, Will Hodgkinson

 

“5/5 Stars” – The Sun, Simon Boyle

 

“This is brilliant pop” – The Sun, Simon Boyle

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Mick Jagger interview and song lyrics available HERE

 

13 APRIL 2021 (TORONTO, ON) - Mick Jagger today unveils an exciting surprise for his fans worldwide in the form of the instant release of a track titled "Eazy Sleazy." The hard-rocking tune written by Mick in lockdown features Jagger on vocals & guitar in collaboration with Foo Fighters main man Dave Grohl providing his signature powerhouse drums, guitar and bass too.  

 

The infectious 'Eazy Sleazy' is every inch a song of our times, full of caged energy, a rock 'n' roll attitude and tongue in cheek, satirical messaging. MJ muses about the life we've all been living with deliciously dark sardonic humour. He reflects on a world of ‘zoom calls’, ‘home in these prison walls’, poncey books, fake applause and too much TV. With optimism and change in sight he looks forward to the world beyond lockdown and the “garden of earthly delights” that lies beyond.

 

A performance video clip for 'Eazy Sleazy' will be unveiled simultaneously on April 13 featuring Jagger at home & Grohl in the Foo Fighters studio.

 

"Eazy Sleazy" - Mick Jagger with Dave Grohl, produced by Matt Clifford, is available via YouTube and social platforms.

WATCH HERE

 

Mick commented“It’s a song that I wrote about coming out of lockdown, with some much needed optimism. Thanks to Dave Grohl for jumping on drums, bass and guitar, it was a lot of fun working with him. - hope you all enjoy Eazy Sleazy”


Dave commented – “It’s hard to put into words what recording this song with Sir Mick means to me. It’s beyond a dream come true. Just when I thought life couldn’t get any crazier......and it’s the song of the summer, without a doubt!!”

 “GIVE PEACE A CHANCE” (DEMO) FEATURED ON JOHN LENNON/PLASTIC ONO BAND – THE ULTIMATE COLLECTION DUE APRIL 23 IN CELEBRATION OF 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE LEGENDARY ARTISTS’S ICONIC DEBUT SOLO ALBUM

 TIM’S TWITTER LISTENING PARTY AND TWITTER SPACES AFTERPARTY CONFIRMED FOR SATURDAY, APRIL 24 WITH YOKO AND SEAN ONO LENNON, KLAUS VOORMANN, DAN RICHTER, TIM BURGESS AND MORE


 
ALL WE ARE SAYING IS GIVE PEACE A CHANCE” – JOHN LENNON

 

13 APRIL 2021 (TORONTO,ON) – Before famously recording their legendary pacifist anthem “Give Peace A Chance” at their Bed-In for Peace at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal on May 31, 1969, John Lennon and Yoko Ono rehearsed an early version of the song while at the Sheraton Oceanus Hotel in the Bahamas just days before, on May 25. The performance, which was captured by the Lennon's film cameraman Nic Knowland and sound recordist Mike Lax, has never been released until now and is the earliest known recording of the song.

 

The film, meticulously restored and released today in incredible 5K by the John Lennon Estate, features John humorously ad-libbing lyrics for the verses before being joined by Yoko for the memorable chorus that became an anti-war anthem for a generation and which remains an enduring protest song more than 50 years later. 

 

Originally set for New York, the second Bed-In was relocated to the Bahamas after John and Yoko were denied entrance into the U.S. because of John's 1968 cannabis conviction. However, due to the layout of the hotel and the sweltering Bahamian heat, the couple flew to Toronto the following day and eventually settled in Montreal, chosen for its close proximity to New York and the American press, which they were hoping to use to get the attention of President Nixon.

 

The couple set themselves up in a hotel suite for a week, where they allowed unlimited access and gave endless interviews, in order that their extended honeymoon serve as a “commercial for peace.” The event culminated with the recording of John’s first solo single and the first to be credited to the Plastic Ono Band, “Give Peace A Chance.”

 

Surrounded by fans, Hare Krishnas and having spent the week with a host of notable friends and celebrities like LSD advocate Timothy Leary, singer Petula Clark, disc jockey Murray The K, comedian and civil rights activist Dick Gregory and comedian Tommy Smothers, who accompanied on acoustic guitar, John and Yoko performed the song in bed dressed in their pyjamas and helped provide the soundtrack to a revolution.

 

Released just a month later in July 1969, backed with Yoko’s “Remember Love,” recorded that same night after their guests had left, the single reached No. 2 on the UK Singles Chart and No. 14 in the U.S. on the Billboard Hot 100, giving John his first hit outside of The Beatles. Although credited to Lennon-McCartney, John later revealed the song was written by him and Yoko and she should have received the co-writing credit.

 

John said one of his proudest moments was when Peter Seeger led a crowd of over half a million protesters in singing a ten-minute version of “Give Peace A Chance” at the Vietnam moratorium in Washington DC on November 15,1969.

 

Watch “Give Peace A Chance” (Demo) video HERE

 

This unearthed video comes in advance of the forthcoming box set, John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band – The Ultimate Collection, due April 23 via Capitol/UMe, of which the track is included  alongside demos for every song on the album as well as John’s non-album singles. The eight-disc super deluxe box set, celebrating 50 years of John’s transformational and influential masterpiece, is an immersive, deep listening experience and in-depth exploration of the record John described as “the best thing I’ve ever done.”

 

Fully authorized by Yoko Ono Lennon, who oversaw the production and creative direction, and from the same audio team that worked on 2018’s critically acclaimed Imagine – The Ultimate Collection, including triple GRAMMY®-Award winning engineer Paul Hicks and mixers/engineers Rob Stevens and Sam Gannon, the Ultimate Collection puts listeners in the center of the studio and explores the album’s 1970 recording sessions at EMI Studios 2 & 3, Abbey Road along with John’s post-Beatles singles, “Give Peace A Chance,” “Cold Turkey” and “Instant Karma! (We All Shine On).”

 

From inception to the final master, the sessions are explored through scores of unreleased and rare demos, rehearsals, outtakes, jams and studio conversations, revealing how these beloved songs came to be. Everything in this expansive box set has been newly mixed from scratch from brand new 192kHz/24bit hi-res transfers. In addition to the various new mixes, the set boasts 87 never-before-heard recordings.

 

The Ultimate Collection offers a variety of new listening experiences that are at once immersive and intimate, ranging from the brand new Ultimate Mixes of the timeless album, which put John’s vocals front and center and sonically upgrade the sound, to the Elements Mixes, which isolate and bring forth certain elements from the multitrack recordings to reveal even deeper levels of detail and clarity, and the Raw Studio Mixes, which allows listeners to experience the moment John and the Plastic Ono Band recorded each song, mixed raw and live without effects, tape delays or reverbs. The Evolutionary Documentary is a unique track-by-track audio montage that details the evolution of each song from demo to master recording via instructions, rehearsals, recordings, multitrack exploration and studio chatter. The Blu-rays present an array of listening options including high-definition, studio quality 192kHz/24bit audio in stereo and enveloping 5.1 Surround and Dolby Atmos mixes.

 

ALBUM LAUNCH AND TIM’S TWITTER LISTENING PARTY

Fans around the world are invited to listen to the new mixes of John’s landmark solo album, John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band – The Ultimate Mixes, together on Saturday, April 24 at 10 am PDT/1 pm EDT/6 pm BST as part of Tim’s Twitter Listening Party, the acclaimed interactive listening experience created and hosted by Tim Burgess (The Charlatans UK).

 

The event will include participation from Yoko Ono Lennon, Sean Ono Lennon, original Plastic Ono Band bassist and artist Klaus Voormann, John and Yoko’s friend, personal assistant and album cover photographer, Dan Richter, mixer/engineer Paul Hicks and the entire audio team behind the new Ultimate Collection.

 

Immediately following the Listening Party, the newly launched Twitter Spaces will host an after-party featuring a discussion hosted by Chris Hawkins of BBC Radio 6 Music and featuring Sean Ono Lennon, Klaus Voormann, Dan Richter, Paul Hicks, Tim Burgess, Ultimate Collection Compilation Producer/Production Manager Simon Hilton and a variety of special guests to talk about the making of the album, its legacy and the exciting new collection.

 

The historical, remixed and remastered John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band – The Ultimate Collection features 159 tracks across six CDs and two Blu-ray audio discs for more than 11 engrossing hours of music and includes two postcards (“Who Are The Plastic Ono Band?” and “You Are The Plastic Ono Band”) a “War Is Over!” poster and a comprehensive 132-page hardback book with lyrics, rare photos, tape box images, memorabilia and extensive notes.

 

Designed and edited by Simon Hilton, the Compilation Producer and Production Manager of the Ultimate Collection series, the book tells the story behind each of the songs and the making of the album in John & Yoko’s words and the words of those who worked alongside them, through archival and brand new interviews. 

 

Yoko writes in the preface of the book: “With the Plastic Ono Band albums, John and I liked the idea of this really raw, basic, truthful reality that we were going to be giving to the world. We were influencing other artists, giving them courage, giving dignity to a certain style of vulnerability and strength that was not accepted in society at the time. It was a revolution for a Beatle to say, ‘Listen: I’m human, I’m real.’ It took a lot of courage for him to do it.”

 

This truly unique expanded edition includes the lively improvised jams John and the band would play between takes, belying the intense subject matter of the album, and the full live recording session of Yoko’s companion LP, Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band, which for the first time presents the songs in their full, unedited lengths and speed, and includes three unreleased improvisations.

 

Plastic Ono Band will also be released in concurrent multiple physical and digital configurations, including as a 1CD that includes the Ultimate Mixes of the original album and the three non-album singles and as an expanded 2CD or 2LP version that adds a disc of outtakes of each song.

 


 

JOHN LENNON/PLASTIC ONO BAND – THE ULTIMATE COLLECTION
SUPER DELUXE EDITION

  • 6 CDs containing 6 hours 18 mins of music: 102 tracks in 44.1kHz/16bit stereo.
  • 2 Blu-Ray Audio Discs containing over 11 hours of music: 159 tracks of High-Definition, Studio Quality 192kHz/24bit audio, including mixes in Stereo, 5.1 Surround and Dolby Atmos.
  • 132-Page Book
  • Poster: ‘WAR IS OVER! (IF YOU WANT IT) Love and Peace from John & Yoko’
  • 2 Postcards: ‘Who Are The Plastic Ono Band?’ and ‘You Are The Plastic Ono Band’

DELUXE 2 BLU-RAY TRACK LISTING

THE ULTIMATE MIXES (53 mins)

  1. Mother
  2. Hold On
  3. I Found Out
  4. Working Class Hero
  5. Isolation
  6. Remember
  7. Love
  8. Well Well Well
  9. Look At Me
  10. God
  11. My Mummy’s Dead
  12. Give Peace A Chance
  13. Cold Turkey
  14. Instant Karma! (We All Shine On)

 

THE ULTIMATE MIXES/

THE OUT-TAKES (49 mins)

  1. Mother/Take 61
  2. Hold On/Take 2
  3. I Found Out/Take 1
  4. Working Class Hero/Take 1
  5. Isolation/Take 23
  6. Remember/Rehearsal 1
  7. Love/Take 6
  8. Well Well Well/Take 2
  9. Look At Me/Take 2
  10. God/Take 27
  11. My Mummy’s Dead/Take 2
  12. Give Peace A Chance/Take 2
  13. Cold Turkey/Take 1
  14. Instant Karma! (We All Shine On)/Take 5

 

THE ELEMENTS MIXES (60 mins)

  1. Mother
  2. Hold On
  3. I Found Out
  4. Working Class Hero
  5. Isolation
  6. Remember
  7. Love
  8. Well Well Well
  9. Look At Me
  10. God
  11. My Mummy’s Dead
  12. Give Peace A Chance
  13. Cold Turkey
  14. Instant Karma! (We All Shine On)

THE DEMOS (45 mins)

  1. Mother (Home Demo)
  2. Hold On (Studio Demo)
  3. I Found Out (Home Demo)
  4. Working Class Hero (Studio Demo)
  5. Isolation (Studio Demo)
  6. Remember (Studio Demo)
  7. Love (Home Demo)
  8. Well Well Well (Home Demo)
  9. Look At Me (Home Demo)
  10. God (Home Demo)
  11. My Mummy’s Dead (Home Demo)
  12. Give Peace A Chance (Home Demo)*
  13. Cold Turkey (Home Demo)*
  14. Instant Karma! (Studio Demo)*

THE RAW STUDIO MIXES

(59 mins)

  1. Mother/Take 64
  2. Hold On/Take 32
  3. I Found Out/Take 3 Extended
  4. Working Class Hero/Take 9
  5. Isolation/Take 29
  6. Remember/Take 13
  7. Love/Take 37
  8. Well Well Well/Take 4 Extended
  9. Look At Me/Take 9
  10. God/Take 42
  11. My Mummy’s Dead/Take 1
  12. Give Peace A Chance/Take 4 Extended
  13. Cold Turkey/Take 2
  14. Instant Karma! (We All Shine On)/Take 10

THE RAW STUDIO MIXES/

THE OUT-TAKES (50mins)

  1. Mother/Take 91
  2. Hold On/Take 18*
  3. I Found Out/Take 7
  4. Working Class Hero/Take 10*
  5. Isolation/Take 1*
  6. Remember/Take 1*
  7. Love/Take 9*
  8. Well Well Well/Take 5*
  9. Look At Me/Take 3*
  10. God/Take 1
  11. My Mummy’s Dead/Take 2*
  12. Give Peace A Chance/Take 4*
  13. Cold Turkey/Take 2*
  14. Instant Karma! (We All Shine On)/Take 5*

THE EVOLUTION DOCUMENTARY (93 mins)

  1. Mother
  2. Hold On
  3. I Found Out
  4. Working Class Hero
  5. Isolation
  6. Remember
  7. Love
  8. Well Well Well
  9. Look At Me
  10. God
  11. My Mummy’s Dead
  12. Give Peace A Chance*
  13. Cold Turkey*
  14. Instant Karma (We All Shine On)*
  15. THE JAMS/

LIVE AND IMPROVISED (36 mins)

  1. Johnny B. Goode
  2. Ain’t That A Shame
  3. Hold On (1)
  4. Hold On (2)
  5. Glad All Over
  6. Be Faithful To Me
  7. Send Me Some Lovin’
  8. Get Back
  9. Lost John (1)
  10. Goodnight Irene
  11. You’ll Never Walk Alone (Parody)
  12. I Don’t Want To Be To be A Soldier Mama I Don’t Wanna Die (1)
  13. It’ll Be Me
  14. Honey Don’t
  15. Elvis Parody (Don’t Be Cruel/Hound Dog/When I’m Over You)
  16. Matchbox
  17. I’ve Got A Feeling
  18. Mystery Train
  19. You’re So Square
  20. I Don’t Want To Be A Soldier Mama I Don’t Wanna Die (2)
  21. Lost John (2)
  22. Don’t Worry Kyoko (Mummy’s Only Looking For A Hand In The Snow)

YOKO ONO/PLASTIC ONO BAND - THE LIVE SESSIONS (110 mins)

  1. Why*
  2. Why Not*
  3. Greenfield Morning I Pushed An Empty Carriage All Over The City*
  4. Touch Me*  
  5. Paper Shoes*
  6. Life* 
  7. Omae No Okaa Wa*  
  8. I Lost Myself Somewhere In The Sky*
  9. Remember Love*
  10. Don’t Worry Kyoko*
  11. Who Has Seen The Wind*

*BLU-RAY DISCS ONLY

 

DELUXE 6CD TRACK LISTING
CD1: THE ULTIMATE MIXES

(53 mins)

  1. Mother
  2. Hold On
  3. I Found Out
  4. Working Class Hero
  5. Isolation
  6. Remember
  7. Love
  8. Well Well Well
  9. Look At Me
  10. God
  11. My Mummy’s Dead
  12. Give Peace A Chance
  13. Cold Turkey
  14. Instant Karma! (We All Shine On)

CD2: THE ULTIMATE MIXES/

THE OUT-TAKES (49 mins)

  1. Mother/Take 61
  2. Hold On/Take 2
  3. I Found Out/Take 1
  4. Working Class Hero/Take 1
  5. Isolation/Take 23
  6. Remember/Rehearsal 1
  7. Love/Take 6
  8. Well Well Well/Take 2
  9. Look At Me/Take 2
  10. God/Take 27
  11. My Mummy’s Dead/Take 2
  12. Give Peace A Chance/Take 2
  13. Cold Turkey/Take 1
  14. Instant Karma! (We All Shine On)/Take 5

CD3: THE ELEMENTS MIXES

(60 mins)

  1. Mother
  2. Hold On
  3. I Found Out
  4. Working Class Hero
  5. Isolation
  6. Remember
  7. Love
  8. Well Well Well
  9. Look At Me
  10. God
  11. My Mummy’s Dead
  12. Give Peace A Chance
  13. Cold Turkey
  14. Instant Karma! (We All Shine On)

CD4: THE RAW STUDIO MIXES (74 mins)

  1. Mother/Take 64
  2. Hold On/Take 32
  3. I Found Out/Take 3 Extended
  4. Working Class Hero/Take 9
  5. Isolation/Take 29
  6. Remember/Take 13
  7. Love/Take 37
  8. Well Well Well/Take 4 Extended
  9. Look At Me/Take 9
  10. God/Take 42
  11. My Mummy’s Dead/Take 1
  12. Give Peace A Chance/Take 4 Extended
  13. Cold Turkey/Take 2
  14. Instant Karma! (We All Shine On)/Take 10
  15. Mother/Take 91
  16. I Found Out/Take 7
  17. God/Take 1

CD5: THE EVOLUTION DOCUMENTARY (72 mins)

  1. Mother
  2. Hold On
  3. I Found Out
  4. Working Class Hero
  5. Isolation
  6. Remember
  7. Love
  8. Well Well Well
  9. Look At Me
  10. God
  11.  My Mummy’s Dead

CD6: THE JAMS &THE DEMOS (71 mins)

  1. Johnny B. Goode (Jam)
  2. Ain’t That A Shame (Jam)
  3. Hold On (1) (Jam)
  4. Hold On (2) (Jam)
  5. Glad All Over (Jam)
  6. Be Faithful To Me (Jam)
  7. Send Me Some Lovin’ (Jam)
  8. Get Back (Jam)
  9. Lost John (1) (Jam)
  10. Goodnight Irene (Jam)
  11. You’ll Never Walk Alone (Parody) (Jam)
  12. I Don’t Want To A Soldier Mama I Don’t Wanna Die (1) (Jam)
  13. It’ll Be Me (Jam)
  14. Honey Don’t (Jam)
  15. Elvis Parody (Don’t Be Cruel/Hound Dog/When I’m Over You) (Jam)
  16. Matchbox (Jam)
  17. I’ve Got A Feeling (Jam)
  18. Mystery Train (Jam)
  19. You’re So Square (Jam)
  20. I Don’t Want To Be A Soldier Mama I Don’t Wanna Die (2) (Jam)
  21. Lost John (2) (Jam)
  22. Don’t Worry Kyoko (Mummy’s Only Looking For A Hand In The Snow) (Jam)
  23. Mother (Home Demo)
  24. Hold On (Studio Demo)
  25. I Found Out (Home Demo)
  26. Working Class Hero (Studio Demo)
  27. Isolation (Studio Demo)
  28. Remember (Studio Demo)
  29. Love (Home Demo)
  30. Well Well Well (Home Demo)
  31. Look At Me (Home Demo)
  32. God (Home Demo)
  33. My Mummy’s Dead (Home Demo)

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