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2010 four CD collection, released to coincide with what would have been his 70th birthday. Gimme Some Truth presents 72 of Lennon's solo recordings on four themed CDs: 'Roots' (John's Rock 'n' Roll roots and influences), 'Working Class Hero' (John's socio-political songs), 'Woman' (John's love songs) and 'Borrowed Time' (John's songs about life). All titles digitally remastered and restored to John's original audio mixes spanning his solo career.
This is the best John Lennon collection of his hits for the money, whether you get the physical CD or the digital version. Read morePublished 2 months ago by A Fan
You cannot go wrong with classic Lennon! Highly recommended for any fan of the Fabs or JOL ... (Man oh man, can you believe it's been 34 years now since he's gone????? Amazing!)Published 8 months ago by PMFPS
It's a well assembled collection. The song selection is good, and the arrangement of the material is fine, though I'd have put them in chronological order were I putting this... Read morePublished 12 months ago by W. K. Gray
I would most definitely pass on this 4 CD set as in my opinion this set sounds terrible.
Get the older releases of these tracks because they sound much better than the... Read more
This was OK, but not enough of his music recorded to really appreciate the CD. I guess it shows that John is really gone.Published on June 25, 2013 by R. Castro
How can you not love this album, it's all John, I just cannot stand Yoko Ono, so, her, I try to not listen to her screaming/singing or what ever she thinks she does other than... Read morePublished on June 25, 2013 by Janet D.
Well if you like john music and really don't have to much of his music on hand. This package deal is the one to get and enjoy his music and know you will have the best. Read morePublished on June 8, 2013 by richard
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"I have not got this set (yet)". Why are you reviewing something you do not have (yet)?
Mar 11, 2011 by John T Reeder III | See all 4 posts
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Well I can't say for sure but I think since SGT Pepper was pretty much Paul's brainchild John was making light/fun of Paul's sucess with the album and overall idea. SGT Pepper Paul started the idea, ran the show pretty much during the recording and then when it did so well I think John may have... Read More
Oct 3, 2010 by James L. Dickinson | See all 7 posts
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