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Do You Want To Dance - John Lennon - Rock N Roll (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Fauzahn says:
    cost of Rock 'N' Roll to compete with Roots, And also argued the Roots cover looked tacky and both the, artwork and sound quality hurt his reputation. The American courts largely aped with Lennon. John was awarded $66, for lost sales and 10 cents per Rock 'N' Roll album sold worldwide making this a grand total of ,
  2. Kajigul says:
    This review is transcluded from Talk:Rock 'n' Roll (John Lennon album)/heuseisasuspaticeerumcawawareapp.xyzinfo edit link for this section can be used to add comments to the review. Reviewer: FunkMonk (talk · contribs) , 23 February (UTC) Hi again, I'll take on this review. FunkMonk , 23 February (UTC); First, the leads needs to be longer, so that it summarises the article, it could at least be two.
  3. Vikasa says:
    John Lennon's album of (mostly) s rock'n'roll favourites does just that: it's a reinterpretation of those songs in the musical terms of the mids, the age of glam rock and the Wall of Sound, and in the musical terms of John Lennon, ex-Beatle, aged
  4. Tojasar says:
    The Rock ‘N’ Roll album was recorded in two distinct stages. The first took place in October to December in Los Angeles with Phil Spector producing, and the second in New York in October , produced by John Lennon. Mind Games had been Lennon’s first solo album to be recorded without Spector. However, for the as-yet-untitled oldies.
  5. Disida says:
    Mar 27,  · They took quite some liberty with 'Mind Games' and 'Rock 'N' Roll', which came from lo-fi AM radio to blissful full stereo quality. But in those cases, even more so since now the original mixes are the standard version again, I guess sound quality goes above artistic decision (I can only assume that 'Rock 'N' Roll' in such lo-fi quality was.
  6. Tosida says:
    A neon sign bearing Lennon’s name and the album title, created by John Uomoto, was also superimposed onto the picture, and used again on the back cover. When Lennon saw the sign he abandoned the album’s original working title, Oldies But Mouldies, and settled on Rock ‘N’ Roll instead.
  7. Narisar says:
    Jul 13,  · I was blown away by how good the remix/remaster of John Lennon's "Mind Games" sounded, and I am wondering whether most forum members feel the remix/remaster is the way to go with Lennon's "Rock 'n Roll" album. But I want the remixes too for .
  8. Magore says:
    The final solo album to come from Lennon (not including his last couple of releases which are collaborations with Yoko Ono) definitely proves itself to be the most inessential moment in his entire career, being an album solely consisting of classic rock n' roll tunes that inspired Lennon's own music.
  9. Daizilkree says:
    John Lennon - Rock 'N' Roll () 01 - Be-Bop-A-Lula 02 - Stand By Me 03 - Medley - Rip It Up - Ready Teddy 04 - You Can't Catch Me 05 - Ain't That A Shame 06 - Do You Want To Dance 07 - Sweet Little Sixteen Side Two.

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