|Performer:||Plastic Ono Band, The|
|Title:||Live Peace In Toronto 1969|
|Style:||Rock & Roll, Classic Rock|
|Other format:||DTS AHX MP1 AC3 RA AA MP2|
Live Peace in Toronto 1969 is a live album by the Plastic Ono Band, released December 1969 on Apple. Recorded at the Toronto Rock and Roll Revival festival, it was the first live album released by any member of the Beatles separately or together.
Live Peace in Toronto 1969 is a live album by the Plastic Ono Band, released on Apple in the United Kingdom and the United States, in December 1969.
During the flight the Plastic Ono Band eventually convened and assembled a set, although the musicians had trouble hearing their guitars above the noise of the engines. Now we didn't know what to play, because we'd never played together before, the band. And on the aeroplane we're running through these oldies, so the rehearsal for the record, which turned into not a bad record, was on the plane, with electric guitars – not even acoustic, you couldn't hear. A new mix of Don't Worry Kyoko was made on 20 October to complete the album. Live Peace In Toronto 1969 was issued on vinyl on 12 December. The rock 'n' roll songs featured on side one, with Ono's songs taking up the second half. A 1970 calendar was also included with initial pressings, with stapled, wire spiral or plastic comb bindings. The album failed to chart in the UK, although it reached number 10 in the US and was certified gold.
Album release date: 1 January 1995. Use shift and the arrow up and down keys to change the volume. The Plastic Ono Band. Current track: John John (Let's Hope For Peace) (Live)John John (Let's Hope For Peace) (Live). Drop your files here.
Each album is almost exactly 40 minutes with Live Peace being 41 and Rock'N'Roll being 39. The Russian 2CD contains every note of both albums. Here is the track listings. LIVE PEACE IN TORONTO - 1969: 1. Let's Hope for Peace 2. Blue Suede Shoes 3. Money 4. Dizzy Miss Lizzy 5. Yer Blue 6. Cold Turkey 7. Give Peace a Chance 8. Don't Worry Kyoko 9. John John ROCK'N'ROLL 10. Be-Bop-A-Lula 11/2.
Although one of the world's best-kept secrets at the time, this was John Lennon's declaration of independence from the Beatles, the document of a concert appearance at Toronto's Rock and Roll Revival festival about a month after the conclusion of the Abbey Road sessions. But the repertoire ought to have been a cakewalk for a quartet of seasoned rockers – blues-based oldies ("Blue Suede Shoes," "Money," "Dizzy Miss Lizzie") and basic recent Lennon numbers ("Yer Blues," "Cold Turkey," "Give Peace a Chance") – and they lay it down in a dignified, noisy, glorified garage band manner. Lennon is in fine vocal form, confident and funny despite his frequent apologies, while Yoko confines her caterwauling to "Cold Turkey. That was side one of the original LP.
Songs start at USD . 9. Don't Worry Kyoko (Mummy's Only Looking for Her Hand In the Snow). 8. John John (Let's Hope for Peace).