Recorded: 13 February - 8 March 1972
Producers: John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Phil Spector
Released: 15 September 1972 (UK), 12 June 1972 (US)
John Lennon: vocals, guitar
Adam Ippolito: piano, organ
Gary Van Scyoc: bass guitar
Stan Bronstein: flute
Richard Frank Jr: drums, percussion
Jim Keltner: drums
Some Time In New…
1 May 2011
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The song really sucks but it's so cool watching John and Yoko sing it, plus it's great to see John at the beginning wonder how to spell.
"Mrs O'No No"
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18 March 2013
This song severely depresses me, it's really tacky and clichéd and I get what they're trying to say but it's all too naff.
I also disagree with John.
I'll never wish I was English 😉
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15 February 2015
1) Never heard this song before. The lyrics do suck.
2) John and Yoko are too cute.
It verges from the sublime to the ridiculote
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28 March 2014
14 June 2016
I actually really like this song. It's one of my favorites on STINYC.
Someone on YouTube put the song on there, without singing on it. It sounds much better!
If I find the link again, will post it.
I've seen that before as well. I originally thought it was a track from the JL Anthology, but just now looking it up, it isn't. The track on there is a live one most definitely with Yoko.
Doing a quick Youtube search of the song "Without Yoko" gave me 3 different fan-made versions with varying ways places of track splicing. Here they are from worst to best.
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