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Jagger Lennon at Record Plant 1972
Posted by: toomuchforme ()
Date: June 15, 2016 15:55

I did not know that shot and the recording....
Any information about this session ?

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Re: Jagger Lennon at Record Plant 1972
Posted by: Deltics ()
Date: June 15, 2016 16:03



From Zentgraf:
22nd - 24th November: YOKO ONO. New York City, The Record Plant.
Producers: Yoko Ono and John Lennon. Sound engineer: Jack Douglas. Incl.
- Is Winter Here To Stay? (Yoko Ono)
Line-up: MJ (gtr)/Yoko Ono (voc)/John Lennon (gtr)/Stan Bronstein (sax)/
Richard Frank Jr. (dr)/Adam Ippolito (p)/Gary van Scyoc (bass)/

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Re: Jagger Lennon at Record Plant 1972
Posted by: mtaylor ()
Date: June 15, 2016 16:22

Said about the song and Yoko

"Mick Jagger dropped into the studio for some sessions. He said he was playing the guitar very loudly with John Lennon. Mick went on to say that Yoko "was really trying to sing properly. She's not screaming, she's really trying to sing."

"IS WINTER HERE TO STAY? was a jam with John and I, Elephant’s Memory,
and Mick Jagger, who visited the New York Studio one day. I think it was
very nice of Mick to have done it."

If this is singing!!!! judge yourself
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Re: Jagger Lennon at Record Plant 1972
Posted by: LieB ()
Date: June 15, 2016 16:44

Looks like John and Mick each play a '58-60 sunburst Les Paul. Rock 'n' roll aristocracy. smiling smiley

Pretty rare with a band lineup including Mick on guitar but not on vocals. Did it ever happen in the Stones that he participated on an instrument but did not sing?

Re: Jagger Lennon at Record Plant 1972
Posted by: maumau ()
Date: June 15, 2016 16:45

Cool, thanks mtaylor for the link, never heard and I must say I like it very much

Re: Jagger Lennon at Record Plant 1972
Date: June 15, 2016 17:19

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LieB
Looks like John and Mick each play a '58-60 sunburst Les Paul. Rock 'n' roll aristocracy. smiling smiley

Pretty rare with a band lineup including Mick on guitar but not on vocals. Did it ever happen in the Stones that he participated on an instrument but did not sing?

He plays guitar on Infamy and This Place Is Empty.

Re: Jagger Lennon at Record Plant 1972
Posted by: toomuchforme ()
Date: June 15, 2016 18:06

Thanks for the links
Great guitars and saxo !
Of course Yoko part is as weird as her

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Re: Jagger Lennon at Record Plant 1972
Date: June 15, 2016 19:15

Who's the guy on the far right?
Looks familiar...

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Re: Jagger Lennon at Record Plant 1972
Posted by: souldoggie ()
Date: June 15, 2016 20:49

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MidnightDevilRambler
Who's the guy on the far right?
Looks familiar...

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Re: Jagger Lennon at Record Plant 1972
Posted by: Come On ()
Date: June 15, 2016 21:43

Superb track, just as Yoko's album 'Approximately infinite universe' is thumbs up

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Re: Jagger Lennon at Record Plant 1972
Date: June 15, 2016 22:18

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DandelionPowderman
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LieB
Looks like John and Mick each play a '58-60 sunburst Les Paul. Rock 'n' roll aristocracy. smiling smiley

Pretty rare with a band lineup including Mick on guitar but not on vocals. Did it ever happen in the Stones that he participated on an instrument but did not sing?

He plays guitar on Infamy and This Place Is Empty.

Doesn't he contribute backing vocals on 'Infamy'?

Re: Jagger Lennon at Record Plant 1972
Date: June 15, 2016 22:48

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BeforeTheyMakeMeRun
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DandelionPowderman
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LieB
Looks like John and Mick each play a '58-60 sunburst Les Paul. Rock 'n' roll aristocracy. smiling smiley

Pretty rare with a band lineup including Mick on guitar but not on vocals. Did it ever happen in the Stones that he participated on an instrument but did not sing?

He plays guitar on Infamy and This Place Is Empty.

Doesn't he contribute backing vocals on 'Infamy'?

Yes, he did smiling smiley

Re: Jagger Lennon at Record Plant 1972
Posted by: swiss ()
Date: June 15, 2016 23:24

Mick Jagger, John Lennon, and Yoko Ono singing at a piano at The Record Plant, NYC. October 1972.


Re: Jagger Lennon at Record Plant 1972
Posted by: mtaylor ()
Date: June 15, 2016 23:56

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DandelionPowderman
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BeforeTheyMakeMeRun
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DandelionPowderman
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LieB
Looks like John and Mick each play a '58-60 sunburst Les Paul. Rock 'n' roll aristocracy. smiling smiley

Pretty rare with a band lineup including Mick on guitar but not on vocals. Did it ever happen in the Stones that he participated on an instrument but did not sing?

He plays guitar on Infamy and This Place Is Empty.

Doesn't he contribute backing vocals on 'Infamy'?

Yes, he did smiling smiley

Line-up 'This Place Is Empty': KR (voc, gtr, p, bass)/MJ (gtr, bvoc)/CW (dr)/Don Was (p)

Line-up 'Infamy': KR (voc, gtr, keyb, bass, perc)/MJ (gtr, bvoc, harm, keyb, perc)/ CW (dr)/Blondie Chaplin (bvoc)

Re: Jagger Lennon at Record Plant 1972
Date: June 16, 2016 00:43

I'm not sure about Mick singing on TPIE..

He plays a nice slide guitar, though...

Re: Jagger Lennon at Record Plant 1972
Posted by: with sssoul ()
Date: June 16, 2016 05:54

His singing on TPIE is lovely too!

Re: Jagger Lennon at Record Plant 1972
Date: June 16, 2016 07:54

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with sssoul
His singing on TPIE is lovely too!

But where is it?

Re: Jagger Lennon at Record Plant 1972
Posted by: jlowe ()
Date: June 16, 2016 10:37

Really when you think about it, John's creativity just about died when he moved to NYC in late 1971.
I like Walls and Bridges (1974) but his other product was very inferior to his earlier work.



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