Recorded: 9 October 1970
Producers: John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Phil Spector
Released: 11 December 1970
John Lennon: vocals, piano
Klaus Voormann: bass guitar
Ringo Starr: drums
John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band
Remember was the first song on side two of John Lennon ‘s début solo album. It was recorded on 9 October 1970, his 30th…
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14 June 2016
Listening to the John Lennon Anthology version of Remember. One of the best outtakes from John you’ll ever hear. As he says at the end, that was silly. He’s joking around and laughing. “So you ever change your mind, or rhythm, hahahahah!” Really good fun.
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30 December 2022
So its 1AM, i have youtube just going and playing me random songs. And this song comes on and I’ve never heard it in my life, also I’m halfway paying attention to the songs. John goes “if you ever change your mind about leavin it all behind” OH WELL DOESN’T THAT SOUND FAMILIAR!! (Bring It On Home by The Animals) I wouldn’t have noticed if I didn’t have a 7″ single with House of the rising sun and bring it on home on it because that 7″ was my first introduction to those songs.
We also know John was inspired by that song, he covered it on his Rock & Roll album. But damn I didn’t know he was that inspired
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