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The Beatles - From Kinfauns To Chaos (Disc 2)

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Scan submitted/created by [Bursey, bursey@nf.sympatico.ca]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: Vigotone
Reference :VIGO 184
Date :1999
Made In :USA
Quality :
Booklet & packaging :Includes a full colour slipcase and a 28 page booklet of notes and photos
Total duration: 66:22

Comments
June 4th 1968
This is a tape of Yoko making personal notes and comments, and in the background you can hear The Beatles recording.

Assembled from the finest quality master tapes available, "From Kinfauns To Chaos" documents an ending and a beginning, the end of the Beatles as a cohesive assemblage, and the beginning of John and Yoko as a collective unit. This two - CD set features the most complete, best sounding version to date of the May, 1968 "White Album" demos recorded at George's "Kinfauns" Bungalow on disc one. Disc Two highlights a june, 1968 mixing session for the "slow" version of "Revolution", "Revolution #1".

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1.
Revolution 1(Lennon/McCartney)
7:27
Song
Take 20
4 Jun 1968
The Beatles
playback #1
2.
Revolution 1(Lennon/McCartney)
7:18
Song
Take 20
4 Jun 1968
The Beatles
playback #2
3.
Jam(unknown)
7:00
Song
Lyrics available
Version details available
Unfinished Jam
4 Jun 1968
The Beatles
4.
Jam(unknown)
1:58
Song
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Version details available
Unfinished Jam
4 Jun 1968
The Beatles
5.
Revolution 1(Lennon/McCartney)
2:36
Song
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Revolution Jam
4 Jun 1968
The Beatles
 
Revolution 1(Lennon/McCartney)
Song
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Revolution Jam
4 Jun 1968
The Beatles
 
Jam(unknown)
Song
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Unfinished Jam
4 Jun 1968
The Beatles
7.
Revolution 1(Lennon/McCartney)
2:02
Song
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Revolution Jam
4 Jun 1968
The Beatles
 
Jam(unknown)
Song
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Unfinished Jam
4 Jun 1968
The Beatles
playback #3
 
Revolution 1(Lennon/McCartney)
Song
Take 20
4 Jun 1968
The Beatles
playback #3
9.
Jam(unknown)
5:59
Song
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Unfinished Jam
4 Jun 1968
The Beatles
10.
Revolution 1(Lennon/McCartney)
2:36
Song
Take 20
4 Jun 1968
The Beatles
guitar and organ overdub (take 1)
11.
Revolution 1(Lennon/McCartney)
2:08
Song
Take 20
4 Jun 1968
The Beatles
guitar and organ overdub
12.
Revolution 1(Lennon/McCartney)
8:32
Song
Take 20
4 Jun 1968
The Beatles
guitar and organ overdub
13.
Jam(unknown)
1:21
Song
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Unfinished Jam
4 Jun 1968
The Beatles
14.
Revolution 1(Lennon/McCartney)
0:34
Song
Take 20
4 Jun 1968
The Beatles
playback #4
15.
Dialogue(The Beatles Section)
2:01
Studio chat
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Version details available
4 Jun 1968
The Beatles
16.
Revolution 1(Lennon/McCartney)
0:44
Song
Take 20
4 Jun 1968
The Beatles
guitar overdub
17.
Dialogue(The Beatles Section)
4:39
Medley title
Diallogue And Loop Playback
4 Jun 1968
The Beatles
18.
Revolution 1(Lennon/McCartney)
2:22
Song
Take 20
4 Jun 1968
The Beatles
RM1 ("take your knickers off and let's go")
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Song Song Studio chat Studio chat
TV/Radio chat/jingle TV/Radio chat/jingle Interview Interview
Cover by another artist Cover by another artist Film Music/Orchestral Film music/orchestral
Concert intro/announcement Concert intro/announcement Advertising Advertising
Song by another artist Song by another artist Medley title Medley title
Book chapter Book chapter
Other type of track Other


Reviews

Review by: Jim Coburn, jcgolf44@aol.comOn 22 Jan 2000
Yoko ruins this disc by jabbering. If you can filter her out this disc is a worthwhile listen. Disc is recorded from the monitors during the the recording of Revolution 1.
Review by: javier, javilu17@hotmail.comOn 02 Sep 2000
ladies and gentleman, don't be fooled by the title "complete session" or something like that. This disc I think is worthwhile only for hardcore collectors, 'cause its very hard to listen because the revolution takes are buried behind yoko's speech. And like her or not(I don't) it's imposible to listen to the music in the background. If you're gonna buy this one, just listen to disc one. I don't know about the booklet for I have the european edition, which doesn't have it.
Review by: Mark, mutantmoose@yahoo.comOn 02 Mar 2001
A rare opportunity to hear a session live. The tape is Yoko's, though, and the Beatles are coincidencially there. Since you hear Yoko's voice throughout, you might be annoyed, but remember, if she hadn't been there with the recorder on, we wouldn't have this at ALL.

What's especially neat is how the transition from Revolution 1 to Revolution 9 is documented. You can hear REPEATEDLY the track being replayed in the back, as well as some random jamming.

This is not a repeated listening disc, but I found that the first time I listened to it, I was glued to the speakers, intrigued at what I heard from the BEatles. And Yoko's speech is interesting as well, an audio diary of what her life was like at the time.
Review by: Jonathan, beatle@orange.netOn 21 Jul 2001
Okay so disc one is worthwhile for the improvement in sound quality, although there's nothing here that hasn't been heard before. Disc 2 is in my opinion unlistenable, Yoko's speach throughout ruins what could have been an interesting disc.
Review by: Electric LoopstationOn 22 Jun 2002 at 22:05 CET
Well Yoko defenitly ruined this disc. What would it be without her. A beatifull jam indeed. And I'm not interrested in John's sexlive either. Imagine a tape from your girlfriend circulating on the web with all your private actions on it. I wouldn't like. Would You?
Review by: David SebekOn 20 Jun 2003 at 14:26 CET
Yoko haters, step a side, for a minute or so at least. This one is for heart and soul Bealtes collectors only, and most of us are, so purchase disc 2 also, put in your tray, listen, don't filter out Yoko's voice, and dig it! Do you remember when you were a 28yr old international music pop star of never seen before proportions, fell in love with a Japanese avante garde artist, preparing to release your first double album. Life was an experiment, and your choices were your choices, your Japanese girflfriend included. Well, I don't, because that never happened to me! Yes, Yoko chatters on about sexual intimacies, feeling paranoid, lonely, insecure, flirting with George, Andy Warhol, watching Tiny Tim on Johnny Carson, and just about everything esle. In the meantime, the greatest entertainment act since Charlie Chaplin, is jamming hard in the background, sometimes drowning out Yoko's plethora of sense datum. Lose your perspective about the white male thing, "We hate Yoko", and you are in for a treat. What if Linda was holding the tape recorder, blonde and beautiful, a white males dream girl, we wouldn't hear half of the complaints. From the Beatles to us, it's all good Bruuthers. The Fabs encouraged love mostly in their extensive cataloge of music, so let it go, and learn to love. Even this disc, with the much maligned Yoko leading the way.
Review by: Cluster DuckOn 09 Aug 2003 at 23:20 CET
You know I did not hate Yoko untill I heard this babbeling rant on the 2nd disc, she sounds like she did too much coke or about 10 capachinos, I got a real bad migrane headache after about the first 3 tracks, I am not like some who can block her voice out and apreciate the differant versions of Revolution, thank goodness she was not around for Rubber Soul or Revolver, it would have been over way too soon.
Review by: GarygOn 22 Jan 2004 at 05:06 CET
Yoko hater or not, this disc proves what I always assumed. She's wacked. On the other hand (annoying or not) it's an interesting look into John and Yoko's life at the time. Something you can't get by reading about it in a book.
Review by: kurtmaxOn 13 Apr 2004 at 01:48 CET
It is interesting in a 'documentary' way, not for musical listening pleasure. That said: where else can you hear the slow Revolution go right into Revolution #9?
Review by: winsfordtownOn 02 Sep 2004 at 01:27 CET
I'm sure every Beatle fan on this page would have loved the opportunity to sit in on just one recording session and watch genius at work. Well Yoko Ono did just that and decided it was far more interesting to talk about herself.
Review by: TenniruOn 13 Apr 2005 at 01:25 CET
Well, Yoko IS pretty interesting.

I like this disc. Yoko, despite her speech, did do a nice thing by recording this. Also, frankly, Yoko's commentary is pretty interesting. This and the Revolution 1 to Revolution 9 makes this awesome; but really, this should only be purchased with the other disk of the Kinfauns to Chaos album. (But if you get disc 2 free, that's fine.)

Review by: jmnic63On 01 Sep 2005 at 23:50 CET
avoid disc two! I'm a hard core fan and I can't even sit through this disc. I'd rather listen to Two Virgins.
Review by: Dr. RobertOn 02 Sep 2005 at 02:26 CET
This disc is a gem! Ignore Yoko, and just listen to the Beatles.
Review by: mlucifersamOn 21 Feb 2006 at 23:42 CET
People constantly moan about Yoko talking through these 'Revolution' sessions. But...DUH...if she hadn't been talking she wouldn't have made this recording so we wouldn't have been able to hear what was going on in the background anyway!!

What's better? The tape exists with Yoko talking? Or no tape at all?

Easy now!
Review by: ughhhhOn 09 Jun 2006 at 22:20 CET
I personally love this disk, because i feel like a fly on the wall as the beatles' work on revolution 1. and yes, that fly is being spoken to by yoko, and she's saying a lot of weird shit, but that's how it went down!
it's a great way to study the beatles' working methods, as they work on overdubs and discuss what do to.
I dunno, to say it's worthless is a bit harsh. Just wait for one of those nights when you can't sleep, put on this disk, lay back and close your eyes and envision the proceedings. You'll probably fall asleep before the hour is over, and you will have spent time with the Beatles as they shape Revolution from a rather long jam into the tracks we know from the white album.
Review by: Kevin IslesOn 27 Apr 2011 at 04:58 CET
Yes, hearing the Revolution jams is really cool, or would be. I've tried listening to this a couple times, but I can never get past the first couple tracks, as someone said before, I really don't need to hear about John's private life. It's very hard to tune Yoko out. It is better than nothing, but not by much.
Review by: drrobert61On 22 Sep 2011 at 01:43 CET
Imagine how them guys felt dealin' with that!


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Filename: vigo_184
Originally filled by: TheRutles
Date of creation: 06 Oct 2001 23:59:59
Last filled by: Aidanymous
Last Revision Date : 20 Sep 2011 21:23:32
Online on : 15 Sep 2011
Type of media: Bootleg CD
From Kinfauns To Chaos
FROM KINFAUNS TO CHAOS (DISC 1)
FROM KINFAUNS TO CHAOS (DISC 2)


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