John Lennon discography

Albums

Name
Tracklisting
Release date
Two Virgins No. 1
Together
Two Virgins No. 2
Two Virgins No. 3
Two Virgins No. 4
Two Virgins No. 5
Two Virgins No. 6
Hushabye Hushabye
Two Virgins No. 7
Two Virgins No. 8
Two Virgins No. 9
Two Virgins No. 10
29 November 1968 (UK)
11 November 1968 (US)
Cambridge 1969
No Bed For Beatle John
Baby's Heartbeat
Two Minutes Silence
Radio Play
9 May 1969 (UK)
26 May 1969 (US)
Wedding Album (with Yoko Ono)
Wedding Album artwork - John Lennon and Yoko Ono
John & Yoko
Amsterdam
7 November 1969 (UK)
20 October 1969 (US)
Blue Suede Shoes
Money (That's What I Want)
Dizzy Miss Lizzy
Yer Blues
Cold Turkey
Give Peace A Chance
Don't Worry Kyoko (Mummy's Only Looking For Her Hand In The Snow)
John, John (Let's Hope For Peace)
12 December 1969
11 December 1970
8 October 1971 (UK)
9 September 1971 (US)
15 September 1972 (UK)
12 June 1972 (US)
16 November 1973 (UK)
2 November 1973
4 October 1974 (UK)
26 September 1974 (US)
21 February 1975 (UK)
17 February 1975 (US)
Double Fantasy (with Yoko Ono)
Double Fantasy - John Lennon and Yoko Ono
(Just Like) Starting Over
Kiss Kiss Kiss
Cleanup Time
Give Me Something
I'm Losing You
I'm Moving On
Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy)
Watching The Wheels
I'm Your Angel
Woman
Beautiful Boys
Dear Yoko
Every Man Has A Woman Who Loves Him
Hard Times Are Over
17 November 1980
Milk And Honey (with Yoko Ono)
Milk And Honey album artwork - John Lennon and Yoko Ono
I'm Stepping Out
Sleepless Night
I Don't Wanna Face It
Don't Be Scared
Nobody Told Me
O' Sanity
Borrowed Time
Your Hands
(Forgive Me) My Little Flower Princess
Let Me Count The Ways
Grow Old With Me
You're The One
23 January 1984 (UK)
19 January 1984 (US)
24 February 1986 (UK)
24 January 1986 (US)
3 November 1986 (UK)
27 October 1986 (US)
2 November 1998 (UK)
3 November 1998 (US)
2 November 1998 (UK)
3 November 1998 (US)
29 September 2004 (Japan)
1 November 2004 (rest of world)
4 October 2010
4 October 2010
4 October 2010

2 responses on “John Lennon discography

    1. Joe Post author

      That’s just the way it turned out. STINYC seemed like more of a collaborative work, whereas my understanding is that the Double Fantasy songs were recorded by Lennon and Ono largely separately from one another (albeit with the same musicians and studio staff etc). Lennon’s contributions to Ono’s songs on STINYC seemed more significant, hence their inclusion.

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