John Lennon - Mind Games album download
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A3||Aisumasen (I'm Sorry)||4:42|
|A4||One Day (At A Time)||3:07|
|A5||Bring On The Lucie (Freeda Peeple)
Drums – Rick Marotta
|A6||Nutopian International Anthem||0:05|
|B2||Out The Blue||3:19|
|B4||I Know (I Know)||3:45|
|B5||You Are Here||4:08|
Drums – Rick Marotta
- Record Company – EMI ITALIANA S.p.A. – 3C 064-05491
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – John Lennon
- Made By – EMI ITALIANA S.p.A.
- Bass – Gordon Edwards
- Drums – Jim Keltner
- Guitar – David Spinozza
- Piano, Organ, Mellotron – Ken Ascher
- Producer, Vocals, Guitar, Clavinet, Written-By, Composed By – John Lennon
- Saxophone – Michael Brecker
- Steel Guitar [Pedal] – Sneaky Pete Kleinow
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, label): 3C 064-05491 A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, label): 3C 064-05491 B
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, runout, stamped): 05491-A-15-11-73 I
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, runout, stamped): 05491-B-15-11-73 I
- Rights Society: S.I.A.E.
|PCS 7165, OC 062 ০ 05491||John Lennon||Mind Games (LP, Album)||Apple Records, Apple Records||PCS 7165, OC 062 ০ 05491||UK||1973|
|SN-16068||John Lennon||Mind Games (LP, Album, RE, Gre)||Capitol Records||SN-16068||US||1980|
|AX-1009||John Lennon||Mind Games (LP, Album, RE)||Axis||AX-1009||Australia||1982|
|046-005.491||John Lennon||Mind Games (LP, Album, RE)||Music For Pleasure||046-005.491||Spain||Unknown|
|SW-3414||John Lennon||Mind Games (LP, Album, Win)||Apple Records||SW-3414||US||1973|
|R 5994||John Lennon||Mind Games (7", Single)||Apple Records||R 5994||UK||1973|
|1868||John Lennon||Mind Games (7", Single)||Apple Records||1868||Mexico||1973|
|1868||John Lennon||Mind Games (7", Single, RE)||Capitol Records||1868||Canada||Unknown|
|4C 006-05494, C 006-05494||John Lennon||Mind Games (7", Single)||Apple Records, Apple Records||4C 006-05494, C 006-05494||Belgium||1973|
|EAS-17128||John Lennon||Mind Games (7", Single)||Odeon||EAS-17128||Japan||1981|
Mind Games is the fourth studio album by John Lennon. It was recorded at Record Plant Studios in New York in summer 1973. The album was released in the US on 29 October 1973 and in the UK on 16 November 1973. It was Lennon's first self-produced recording without help from Phil Spector.
After the hostile reaction to the politically charged Sometime in New York City, John Lennon moved away from explicit protest songs and returned to introspective songwriting with Mind Games. Lennon didn't leave politics behind - he just tempered his opinions with humor on songs like "Bring on the Lucie (Freda Peeple)," which happened to undercut the intention of the song. It also indicated the confusion that lies at the heart of the album. Lennon doesn't know which way to go, so he tries everything
Produced by John Lennon. Love is the answer And you know that, for sure Love is the flower You gotta let it, gotta let it grow
Features Song Lyrics for John Lennon's Mind Games album. Mind Games - 2010 - Remaster Lyrics. 14. Aisumasen (I’m Sorry) (home version) Lyrics. 15. Aisumasen (I’m Sorry) Lyrics. 16. I Know (I Know) - 2010 - Remaster Lyrics.
John Lennon's fourth solo album, Mind Games, was recorded at the beginning of the Lost Weekend, his separation from Yoko Ono. It showed Lennon moving away from the politics of Some Time In New York City, and a return to more introspective songwriting. Using many of the same session musicians Ono had employed on Feeling The Space, Lennon entered New York's Record Plant East studio to begin work on the album. Mind Games was completed within a period lasting around two weeks, with Lennon producing himself. Significantly, the period also marked the beginning of Lennon's 16-month separation from Yoko Ono, and the start of his relationship with May Pang and the time he later dubbed the Lost Weekend.
Includes inner sleeve with lyrics. Mind Games (LP, Album, RE, Gre).
Band Name John Lennon. Album Name Mind Games. Released date 02 November 1973. Members owning this album21. 2. Tight A$. 3. Aisumasen (I'm Sorry).
John Lennon’s 1973 album Mind Games, touched on many themes and vignettes from John’s life – but this time avoided overtly political themes. Published on. May 28, 2015. John stopped working with Phil Spector as a co-producer and because of John and Yoko’s issues, Mind Games was produced solely by Lennon. It was recorded in John’s usual quick-fire fashion, And like Some Time in New York City, it touched on many themes and vignettes from John’s life – but this time it largely avoided overtly political themes.