Lennon, John / Plastic Ono Band - Live Peace In Toronto 1969

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Sealed, Numbered, Limted Edition Half-Speed Mastered 180gm HQ Ultra Analog. On September 13, 1969, John Lennon Stepped Up Onto A Toronto Stage In Front Of 20,000 Grateful Fans. This Was John’s First Large-Scale Performance In Over Four Years. This Was To Be The World’s First Look At John And Yoko’s Plastic Ono Band. To Make This Show Even More Spectacular, John Brought Along Eric Clapton And His Blistering Guitar For The Show! The Band Starts Off With Three Incredible Rock ‘N Roll Covers: “Blue Suede Shoes,” “Money,” And “Dizzy Miss Lizzy.” John Is In Great Voice Throughout The Show And Hearing Him Trade Licks With Clapton Is Quite Spectacular. Next Up Is A Killer Performance Of “Yer Blues” From “The White Album” And John’s New Original, “Cold Turkey.” John Comes Up To The Mike And Announces, “This Is What We Came For…Really,” And Launches Into “Give Peace A Chance.” Then John Announces, “Now Yoko Is Gonna Do Her Thing…ALL OVER YOU!” That’s When Things Get A Little Interesting! Two Cuts Of Yoko’s Improvisational “Singing” Filled With Screams, Chants And Cries For Peace. A Little Insight Into The World’s Perspective On John And Yoko’s Relationship. Mobile Fidelity Has Done An Incredible Job Re-Mastering This Album; The Sound Is A Serious Upgrade From The Original Release. Live Peace Comes With The Original Calendar Is Updated For The Year 2007.

Artist: Lennon, John / Plastic Ono Band Title: Live Peace In Toronto 1969 Genre: Pop Type: Audiophile - LP Label: Mobile Fidelity Catalog ID: MFSL 1-283 Country: USA Our ID: 50226
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