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|1. New York City|
|2. It's So Hard|
|3. Woman Is The Nigger Of The World|
|4. Well, Well, Well|
|5. Instant Karma (We All Shine On)|
|7. Come Together|
|9. Cold Turkey|
|10. Hound Dog|
|11. Give Peace A Chance|
If you're primarily a Beatles fan or casual fan only of Lennon's solo material, this isn't for you.
I put it easily in the "must have" and "must hear" categories for anyone who has ever been a fan of Lennon or the Beatles.
A problem with some live albums is that the songs sound too much like their original studio versions.
Opens with 3 of the most phenomenal performances of Lennon's career.
From there it slides into disappointing mediocrity, no matter what kind of
fan of Lennon's you may be... Read more
John was always at home in New York and this album shows it. Not all original Lennon songs but it consist of songs that he liked. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Randy Bowers
This being the only time John actually prepared for a concert after the Beatles.It comes off well not great but well. Read morePublished 11 months ago by MusicLover
I remember riding my bike quite a ways to the video rental place when I was a kid to rent the video version of this on VHS tape. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Darren O'Neill
So many nay sayers here! It's Lennon live and solo! Raw and unpolished. ROCK and ROLL without the over produced late Beatle days. Yeah he screams a lot! Read morePublished on September 21, 2012 by J. Spring
With John Lennon concerts being a rare event, this concert recording is easily the best of the few. Although the performance has its' rough edges, there are many highlights to... Read morePublished on June 29, 2012 by Robert
Let's face it. Most of us come to the solo Beatles albums as major Beatles fans. We're used to hearing a Paul song or two, then a John, then a George, another John, then a... Read morePublished on April 8, 2011 by Jeff Walker
As far as I'm concerned, this is unheard of in Rock History.
Although no one could ever know, the two Madison Square Garden performances from August 30th 1972, were John... Read more