John Lennon & Yoko Ono - Unfinished Music No. 2: Life With The Lions (LP, Album, Jac) (Very Good Plus (VG+))

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Media Condition:  Very Good Plus (VG+)
Sleeve Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+)
Country:    US  
Released:  
1969-05-09
Genre:       Electronic, Rock
Style:         Avantgarde, Experimental

 

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Notes:Jacksonville pressing. Label variation On sleeve: "No Comment" - George Martin. Unfinished Music No. 2: Life With The Lions John Lennon/Yoko Ono Apple Records Made in Merrie England, Nov. '68 Printed and made by Garrod and Lofthouse Limited On label: Mfd. in U.K. ℗1969 Produced by John Lennon and Yoko Ono Published by Northern Songs Ltd. Published by Apple Publishing Limited (Label Side B) On inner sleeve: Side One Recorded live at Lady Mitchell Hall, Cambridge, England on March 2nd, 1969, with thanks to Anthony Barnett the producer of "A Natural Music Nothing Doing In London Concert". Side Two Recorded on a cassette at Queen Charlotte Hospital Second West Ward, Room 1, London, England, 4th/25th November 1968. Apple Records · 3 Savile Row · London W.1. Notes: The front cover photo of John and Yoko was taken in Queen Charlotte's Maternity Hospital in Hammersmith, London, where Yoko had a miscarriage. The back cover photo was taken outside the Marylebone court by the Daily Mirror as J&Y were leaving the court on 28 Nov 1968. The track "Cambridge 1969" was recorded live at Lady Mitchell Hall (Cambridge, England) before a crowd of 500.

 

A. Cambridge 1969
B1. No Bed For Beatle John
B2. Baby's Heartbeat
B3. Two Minutes Silence
B4. Radio Play

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Matrix / Runout (ST 1-3357)
Matrix / Runout (ST 2-3357)
Matrix / Runout SN1 3357 B4 #1 O
Matrix / Runout SN2 3357 H6 #1 O
Matrix / Runout SN1 3357 B4 #2 O
Matrix / Runout SN2 3357 H6 #2 O

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Published By Northern Songs Ltd.
Published By Apple Publishing Ltd.
Made By Garrod & Lofthouse
Printed By Garrod & Lofthouse
Recorded At Lady Mitchell Hall
Recorded At Queen Charlotte Hospital

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