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Yer Blues - John Lennon - Yer Blues (CD)


  1. The Dirty Mac was a name given by John Lennon to a one-time performance with Eric Clapton, Keith Richards and Mitch Mitchell in December They played the Lennon Beatles composition " Yer Blues " for the Rolling Stones ' TV special titled The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus, which was not released until October
  2. Feb 28,  · Clearly, “Yer Blues” held personal meaning for Lennon. It was the only Beatles song he performed at two events: the Rolling Stones Rock ’n’ Roll Circus, filmed on Dec. 11, ; and the Toronto Rock ’n Roll Revival Concert on September 13, Before its official release, the former appeared in widely circulated bootlegs containing nine minutes of the track, with Lennon, Ono, Eric.
  3. Jun 13,  · John Lennon - Yer Blues lineage: CD Silvers> Wav > Flac 8 Publisher: Vigotone Reference:VT CD 05 Date Quality:Ex Stereo/Mono Source: Lost Lennon Tapes radio series. Total duration: BootlegZone: John Lennon -- Yer Blues Vigotone 05 Lineage: dl from tracker , rsx. HungerCity. fixed track #'s in setlist.
  4. Nov 22,  · The Beatles really only went there on “Yer Blues.” Lennon intended it as this crazy send-up that would make fun of people like George Harrison’s pal Eric Clapton, whom the former would rope.
  5. The Beatles recorded an acoustic demo of ‘Yer Blues’ in May , at George Harrison’s house in Esher, Surrey. While lacking the raw power of the studio version, lyrically it was largely identical. John Lennon played ‘Yer Blues’ live on two occasions. The first was on 11 December , shortly after the release of the White Album.
  6. Focusing on Lennon, tracks 1 -6 are the best example we have of him in concert (easily surpassing the New York concert). Apart from performing Yer Blues with Clapton at the Stones Rock and Roll Circus in December , the band had literally never played together, apart /5(70).
  7. John Lennon: Yer Blues ‎ (CD, Unofficial) A Library Product: Europe: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release Data Correct. Add to Collection.
  8. The song selection is excellent, with the band kicking ass on Blue Suede Shoes, the great Beatles' number Yer Blues, Give Peace a Chance (which sounds better than the studio version), but the real treasure (and the reason I bought the album in the first place) is side two, which is when Yoko comes in/5(71).

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