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John Lennon - Let's Have A Party

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Scan submitted/created by [Jim, newfilm00@email.msn.com]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: Quality Compact Production
Reference :QCP 72003 OT
Date :1989
Made In :Korea
Quality :Good
Booklet & packaging :
Total duration: 44:37

Comments
Recorded on October 9, 1971 for John's 31st birthday.

Features John, Yoko, Ringo, Maureen Starkey, Allen Ginsberg, Klaus Voorman, Jim Keltner, Phil Spector and some others.

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1.
What'd I Say(Charles)
03:22
Song
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Jam
9 Oct 1971
Listed as "Tell Me What I Say"
2.
Yellow Submarine(Lennon/McCartney)
02:51
Song
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Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
3.
Old Smoky Mountain(Traditional)
02:03
Song
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Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
4.
Good Night Irene(Ledbetter)
03:11
Song
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Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
5.
He's Got The Whole World In His Hands(Trad., Arr. Love)
02:44
Song
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Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
 
Like A Rolling Stone(Dylan)
Song
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Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
 
Twist And Shout(Russell/Medley)
Song
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Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
 
Louie Louie(Berry)
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Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
 
La Bamba(Trad. Arr. Valens)
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Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
7.
Bring It On Home To Me(Cooke)
02:47
Song
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Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
8.
Yesterday(Lennon/McCartney)
01:44
Song
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Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
9.
Tandoori Chicken(Harrison/Spector)
02:25
Song
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Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
Listed as "Dance For The Chicken"
10.
Power To The People(Lennon)
00:48
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Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
11.
Maybe Baby(Holly/Petty)
02:52
Song
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Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
12.
Peggy Sue(Holly/Allison/Petty)
02:55
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Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
13.
My Baby Left Me(Crudup)
02:05
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Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
14.
Blue Suede Shoes(Perkins)
03:04
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Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
15.
Crippled Inside(Lennon)
01:09
Song
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Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
16.
Give Peace A Chance(Lennon/McCartney)
03:07
Song
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Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
17.
Crippled Inside(Lennon)
00:37
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Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
18.
Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey(McCartney/McCartney)
03:26
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Jam
Birthday Singalong
9 Oct 1971
John Lennon
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Reviews

Review by: Steven,On 28 Feb 2000
This is a DOCUMENT, released for those who are interested in hearing a rather drunk party of people, celebrating Johns birthday. A few tracks are nice, but Spector really sounds annoying and screeches continuously. Funny parodies of Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey and My sweet Lord.
Ringo sings Yellow Submarine, and appears to have forgotten half of the lyrics, which is nice to hear.
Interesting, but not really a prize-winning boot.
Review by: François Vander Linden, beatleg@infonie.beOn 4 Mar 2000
Even wondered what John birthday parties could have been like ? Then, get this bootleg. Everybody's singing (even those who are out of tune), just like in any birthday party and it's quite fun to listen to.
An enjoyable bootleg but not essential if you're a casual collector.
Review by: Gary, gbeegle@frontiernet.netOn 26 Aug 2000
From listening to this CD,It sounded like John had a blast on his birthday,especially during the point where he says,"lets dim the lights and pull out the joints".There is another point where he says to bring out the coke.In other words,everyone was really wasted during this evening of celebration for John's 31st Birhtday.As far as the musical content,they should have called this one "Phil Spector screams at John's Birthday!".You really hear very little of John on this CD,mainly just Phil yelling constantly,and it does tend to get on your nerves at times.Oh yea,one of the "highlights" of the disc is Allen Ginsberg singing "Goodnight Irene".By chosing writng as his chosen profession,Ginsberg made the correct choice.He sure isn't a singer.Think of this CD as everyone sitting around,getting stoned,and having a sing-a-long.The only trouble is,that with the number of people present (Yoko,Ginsberg,Jim Keltner,Ringo,Maureen Starr,Klaus Voorman,and the ever annoying Phil Spector) you !can't hear John at all.If you are into Phil Spectors singing and screaming,then this disc was made for you.For everyone else,avoid this one.I give this Cd a 2,because it is really only for completists who want a document of John's 31st birthday party.
Review by: StarshyneOn 19 Dec 2001 at 06:18 CEST
Alright, this is interesting the first time you listen to it, but after that it is bound to be one of those discs that just sits on the shelf. Unless you really enjoy listening to drunk famous people sing...then this is the disc for you. Another one of those discs for Lennon fans like myself that just must have it all.
Review by: mike hilliardOn 24 Mar 2004 at 19:43 CEST
Phil couldn't help "producing"-even at a social gathering.
Listen to him order everyone around-telling Ringo when to sing etc.
It is a glimpse of unusual people-just relaxing and having a sing-a-long. No landmark recording but interesting.
Review by: TenniruOn 01 Mar 2006 at 02:13 CEST
I recently came across this odd little bootleg yesterday at dimeadozen (torrent side).
For something as casual as a random birthday party, it sounds pretty good; and with home recordings sounding as crap as they do by John's standards, I wonder what was going on. Everyone shows up there, it seems; and it goes into a very big jam of whatever comes to the minds of the partygoers (instruments: guitar, bongo, tambourine, a piano, accordion).
By the way, they all seem very drunk. And Phil Spector is loud and commanding.
This includes several Paul songs (!), none of which John can remember. Ringo knows Yellow Submarine, though.
Mysteriously, Yoko knews Yesterday, Twist And Shout, Maybe Baby, Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey (she even starts that last jam), and He's Got The Whole World In His Hands better than most of the others. Phil Spector starts inexplicably spouting out parts of Dig It after Like A Rolling Stone (understandably), and the whole "band" is very disjointed. If you think the Get Back sessions were bad... agh.

Most of the songs are incomplete due to the source stopping suddenly, but even so this makes you see the Dakota demos in a whole new light.
Review by: arkantozOn 09 Jul 2007 at 16:28 CEST
you can see some clips of this on youtube. this boot is for the completest only. not a good listen.


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Date of creation: 06 Oct 2001 23:59:59
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