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Imagine album for sale by John Lennon was released Apr 11, 2000 on the Capitol/EMI label. On two other songs where Yoko is not the dominant theme, she is nevertheless invoked through the "oh no, oh no" refrain. Imagine CD music That's not to say that love songs predominate. Imagine buy CD music Half of the material covers similar terrain to PLASTIC ONO BAND, but the themes are balanced by hope and even light-heartedness. "Crippled Inside" is leavened by its country stylings including Dobro, courtesy of George Harrison, who also spices up two of the album's pivotal tracks, "Gimme Some Truth" and "How Do You Sleep?" (the latter is a vitriolic attack on Paul McCartney). Imagine CD music contains a single disc with 10 songs. ...See Full Description
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||NO! Certainly NOT the ORIGINAL!|
Somewhat agree with review from Ireland, this CD does not contain the orignal album John Lennon had intended for release. Yes the sound is crystal clear etc, however this clear remastered mix tends to cause the album sound somewhat sterile. It honestly bothers me that some studio 'nerd' actually took the liberty to transform this great album. Refuse to believe John Lennon would have approved. The 1 star is in protest...suggest you go out and purchase the original or if fortunate enough to own an early vinyl pressing...pull it out and drop it on your turntable...
By faust8577 (Lorraine, Que. Canada)
|Imagine- by John Lennon|
Well worth the purchase if only for John's Imagine song which has inspired millions worldwide. The song "I'm just a jealous guy" is also very good. We all miss John so very much. Nemaste. Reverend Thompson, Zen Buddhist Priest.
By aspengold (Sarasota, FL, USofA)
||A great among ex-Beatles releases.|
The reviewer from Ireland is quite correct. The remastering does create practically a new album - perhaps resulting from the effect of the original Walls of Sound recording technique. The LP I had originally presented a different cover photo. This is a fine recording by an infinitely talented songwriter and performer.
By Gerald (Bakersfield Ca)
||NOT THE ORIGINAL|
The re-mastering of this album is
absolutely fabulous. It brings a sharpness and clarity to the overall
sound which has to be heard to be believed. It is NOT however, the album
in it's original form. The re-mixing has effectively created a new album.
Don't get me wrong, I'm not sorry I
bought it, but having waited for years for this to appear, I now find it necessary to go out and buy the CD of the original to get the Album I fell in love with in the first place.
By a reviewer (co. wicklow, , Ireland)
||Better than original ...|
I've gone back and forth listening to this re-master and the original. I have to give credit where credit is due. These tracks sound better, fuller, richer, clearer than the original. 30+ years of new technology have gone into stereo equipment. Crank up the sub-woofer and you'll feel like you're in the studio with John.
By HardAce (Los Angeles, CA)
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Imagine songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1107943|
|Label||Capitol / EMI|
|Release Date||Apr 11, 2000|
|Producer||John Lennon; Yoko Ono; Phil Spector (Compilation)|
|Engineer||Philip McDonald; Eddie Klein|
|Recording Time||39 minutes||