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Plastic Ono Band [6 CD/2 Blu-ray Box Set]

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Completely remixed from original multitracks, overseen by producer Yoko Ono Lennon, featuring Ringo Starr, Klaus Voormann, George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Billy Preston & Phil Spector. Ultimate Mixes, Outtakes, Elements, Raw Studio, Evolution, Demos, Jams & Yoko Live Sessions. 2 Blu-Ray Audio Discs: 159 new mixes, 11+ hrs, HiRes 192/24: Stereo, 5.1 Surround & Dolby Atmos. 6 CDs: 102 new mixes, 6+ hrs. 132-page hardback book with rare photos, memorabilia & extensive notes. Poster & 2 postcards.

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  • Product Dimensions : 10.12 x 9.96 x 1.97 inches; 3.7 Pounds
  • Manufacturer : Capitol
  • Original Release Date : 2021
  • Date First Available : March 4, 2021
  • Label : Capitol
  • ASIN : B08XL9QVHX
  • Number of discs : 8
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Reviewed in the United States on April 25, 2021
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of my favorite albums, cleaned up.
By Steven Pettinga on April 24, 2021
I have been anticipating this release for a month or 6 weeks. I received it yesterday. When the Beatles broke up, Lennon & Harrison had released 2 or more basically worthless albums each. Music For Lions, Wedding Album, Live Peace In Toronto, Electronic Sounds & Wonderwall. As a completest; you had to have them. Great covers; Zapple Records record labels on a few. We all mourned the beginning of the end. These albums we not essential listening. They came out so fast, it was extremely hard to keep up with Let It Be & Abbey Road and these records. I wanted them all, yet it would take 10 or 15 years to acquire them. All of a sudden, McCartney's McCartney album (splendid, as was RAM), then John's & Yoko's Plastic Ono Band albums, and then Harrison's All Things Must Pass (outstandingly good, outside the Apple Jam part of it). I'm sorry if I have the release order incorrect...it's close. These last albums marked the end of the Beatles. They all included songs intended for the Beatles albums but rejected; they kept them in their pockets. Yet, they formed the foundation for three significant albums. Lennon's Plastic Ono Band was a breakthrough. Poorly recorded, but the ideas he proposed were exactly where I was in and around 1970. Rejecting the past, even the new ideas that were replacing them. Lennon was moving on. This album is actually quite a difficult album to digest. Yet, it was cathardic. Some of the song subjects had never been breached before. I always admired it for that. I could definitely relate. This collection's remixes and inclusions are most welcomed. They didn't belong on John's Fish album. I always felt this album was particularly significant, despite it'e flaws. They all seem resolved; except John's animosity toward Paul. They just seemed a reaction more than a real feeling. I love the insight this collection has given me. Thank you Yoko for guiding his legacy to this point. BTW, I have your (Yoko) first 6 or 8 albums and the Grapefruit book. I always thought you were dismissed too easily. Love Steven Pettinga, Indianapolis.
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