John Lennon Plastic Ono Band Super Deluxe 6CD & 2 Blu-Ray Audio Box Set
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Coming April 23, 2021 pre-order your copy today! Orders with both pre-order and in stock items will have all in stock items shipped immediately!

6CD & 2 Blu-Ray Audio Disc Super Deluxe Box Set!
Completely Remixed From Original Multi-Tracks at Abbey Road!
Includes Ultimate Mixes, Outtakes, Elements Mixes, Raw Studio Mixes, Evolution Mixes, Demos, Jams & Yoko Live Sessions!

Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Albums of All Time - Rated 85/500!

From the haunting, funereal bells and emotional wails of opening track "Mother", it was immediate - John Lennon's first solo studio album was unlike anything he had made before. Recorded in 1970, shortly after the demise of The Beatles, John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band saw John stripping away the artifice and ornamentation for a visceral artistic exorcism that was confessional, raw, painfully honest, and revelatory. Inspired by the primal scream psychotherapy he and wife Yoko Ono had been practicing with Dr. Arthur Janov, John, joined by the minimalist Plastic Ono Band - Ringo Starr on drums and Klaus Voorman on bass, and producer Phil Spector - confronted his demons, professed his love for his wife, railed against false idols and declared the dream was over on his most personal album. Today it stands as the towering achievement of his solo career - the moment the biggest rock star in the world bared his soul for all to hear - as real as it was revolutionary.

This year, Yoko Ono Lennon and Capitol/UMe celebrate 50 years of John's transformational and influential masterpiece, with the eight-disc super deluxe box set, John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band - The Ultimate Collection: an immersive, deep listening experience and in-depth exploration of the album John described as "the best thing I've ever done."

Fully authorized by Yoko Ono Lennon, who oversaw the production and creative direction, and from the same audio team that worked on 2018's critically acclaimed Imagine - The Ultimate Collection, including triple GRAMMY®-Award winning mixer/engineer Paul Hicks and mixers/engineers Rob Stevens and Sam Gannon, the Ultimate Collection puts listeners in the center of the studio and explores the album's 1970 recording sessions at EMI Studios 2 & 3, Abbey Road along with John's post-Beatles singles, "Give Peace A Chance", "Cold Turkey" and "Instant Karma! (We All Shine On)" from inception to the final master through scores of unreleased and rare demos, rehearsals, outtakes, jams and studio conversations, revealing how these beloved songs came to be.

Everything in this expansive box set has been newly mixed from scratch from brand new 192kHz/24bit hi-res transfers. In addition to the various new mixes, the set boasts 87 never-before-heard recordings.

This historical, remixed and remastered collection features 159 tracks across six CDs and two Blu-Ray audio discs for more than 11 engrossing hours of music and includes two postcards ("Who Are The Plastic Ono Band?" and "You Are The Plastic Ono Band") a "WAR IS OVER!" poster and a comprehensive 132-page hardback book with lyrics, rare photos, tape box images, memorabilia and extensive notes.

Designed and edited by Simon Hilton, the Compilation Producer and Production Manager of the Ultimate Collection series, the book tells the story behind each of the songs and the making of the album in John & Yoko's words and the words of those who worked alongside them, through archival and brand new interviews.

This truly unique expanded edition includes the lively improvised jams John and the band would play between takes, belying the intense subject matter of the album, and the full live recording session of Yoko's companion LP, Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band, which for the first time presents the songs in their full, unedited lengths and original speeds, and includes three unreleased improvisations.

Similar to the previous Ultimate Collection, the set offers a variety of new listening experiences that are at once immersive and intimate, ranging from the brand new Ultimate Mixes of the timeless album, which put John's vocals front and center and sonically upgrade the sound, to the Elements Mixes, which isolate and bring forth certain elements from the multitrack recordings to reveal even deeper levels of detail and clarity, and the Raw Studio Mixes,which allows listeners to experience the moment John and the Plastic Ono Band recorded each song, mixed raw and live without effects, tape delays or reverbs.

The Evolution Documentary is a unique track-by-track audio montage that details the evolution of each song from demo to master recording via instructions, rehearsals, recordings, multitrack exploration and studio chatter. The Blu-Rays present an array of listening options including high-definition, studio quality 192kHz/24bit audio in stereo and enveloping 5.1 Surround and Dolby Atmos mixes.

THE ULTIMATE MIXES
The original John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band album has been faithfully remixed from the ground up by the aforementioned Paul Hicks at Abbey Road Studios under the supervision of Yoko Ono Lennon. Hicks utilized high-definition 192kHz/24bit audio transfers of the original first-generation multitrack recordings to create the best possible recreations of the originals. The result is these new Ultimate Mixes now reveal whole new levels of sonic depth, definition and clarity, especially in 5.1 Surround Sound and Dolby Atmos.

THE OUTTAKES
The collection includes unreleased stereo outtakes of each song which have been mixed with a balance and EQ more akin to the original album mixes, with a little bit of additional effects - in the style of a "rough listening mix" that John & Yoko and Phil Spector would have used to play them back at Abbey Road. Highlights include "Mother" (Take 61) which removes the opening bell and has the drums mixed in mono, "Love" (Take 6) with John performing the song on acoustic guitar without the aid of Spector on piano and the first rehearsal of "Remember" (Rehearsal 1),which started off as a slower, more subdued, song than the rollicking one it evolved into, "Well Well Well" (Take 2) which ends with an instrumental jam, the alternate clawhammer strumming on "Look At Me" (Take 2) and "Cold Turkey" (Take 1)with some seriously funky guitar playing by John and Eric Clapton.

DEMOS
In addition to the outtakes, the original recordings of each song, either from a home cassette, home tape, or the very first rehearsal or run-through in the studio are included. It's remarkable to hear how fully formed many of the songs were before they were brought to the studio and what they transformed into. Most of these recordings have never been released until now.

THE ELEMENTS MIXES
The Elements Mixes mixed by Hicks bring some of the buried elements not otherwise heard, or in some cases used, up to the surface and presents them on a wider and brighter sound stage to reveal deeper levels of detail and clarity. The idea behind these is that once these elements have been heard listeners will hear details previously hidden in the album mixes in a completely way. These range from John's isolated vocal track for "Mother", the conga on "I Found Out", the extra vocals on "Hold On", the alternative organ take on "Isolation", unused maracas on "Well Well Well" and the original guide vocal for "God".

THE RAW STUDIO MIXES + OUTTAKES
Mixed by Rob Stevens, the Raw Studio Mixes transport listeners to the center of the studio at Abbey Road to experience what it was like to bear witness to the recording sessions. The songs have been mixed without effects, tape delays or reverbs, recreating as close to possible what these performances sounded like raw and live. The Raw Studio Mixes stand on their own to provide a markedly different set of listening experiences, stripping away the sound-shaping techniques that were used in the production of the original 1970 album to reveal further nuance and depths in these unadorned studio performances.

THE EVOLUTION DOCUMENTARY
The Evolution Mixes are mini-documentaries that explore the development of each song through their elements, arrangements and the musicians that play on them. Edited down from all the original 8-track multitracks, quarter-inch live recordings and mixes and a few demo cassettes by Sam Gannon, generally each Evolution Mix runs through each song's sessions chronologically, starting with the demos and/or early takes and ending with the final mixes; documenting their creative journey from inspiration to finished work, exploring different, sometimes hidden parts of the multitracks and including all the best method, magic, craftsmanship and conversation during the development of the songs. Throughout the sessions, there is a sense of lightness and joviality that contrasts the heavy and, at times, very intense themes which run through much of the album. These mixes provide a window into that world, putting the listener in the center of the studio with John, Yoko, Phil and the Plastic Ono Band.

THE JAMS
Despite the serious nature of the album, John and the Plastic Ono Band, which sometimes included Yoko, Billy Preston and Phil Spector, had fun in between takes by spontaneously jamming classic rock 'n' roll songs, improvisations and even early versions of some of John's other songs. For the first time, these 22 jams are being made available and are presented in the order they were recorded. Some of the many gems include impromptu performances of Chuck Berry's "Johnny B. Goode", Fats Domino's "Ain't That A Shame", Little Richard's "Send Me Some Lovin'" and a hilarious sendup of Elvis Presley, illustrating John's love for early rock 'n' roll. Other highlights include loose run throughs of "Hold On" and a couple early attempts of "I Don't Want To Be A Soldier Mama, I Don't Want To Die", which would end up on his next album, Imagine.

YOKO ONO/PLASTIC ONO BAND - THE LIVE SESSIONS
On October 10th, the day after John's 30th birthday, Yoko, John, Klaus and Ringo recorded a freeform experimental jam session that would be edited into Yoko's concurrent album, Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band. For the first time ever, the full session, more than three times the length of the original album, can be heard as part of the Blu-Ray in its entirety. Newly mixed by Sam Gannon, it is being presented in high-res audio and in its originally performed speed with no edits, with tracks like "Why" clocking in at 18 mins and "Why Not" exceeding 21 minutes. The live session is bolstered by three improvisations that have never been released before: "Life", "Omae No Okaa Wa" and "I Lost Myself Somewhere In The Sky".

John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band was John's first post-Beatles solo album so interest was high to see what he would do with his newfound creative freedom. The answer shocked the world. Gone was any florid instrumentation or psychedelia as on Sgt. Pepper's or the kind of jaunty rock and abstract poetry of the band's final album, Let It Be, and in its place were deeply emotional, profound, autobiographical songs about being abandoned by his mother and father, the loneliness of stardom, his dear Yoko and the end of the cultural revolution. Soundtracked by simple and sparse instrumentation and minimal yet majestic production, John's voice pierced listener's hearts like never before as he revealed his true self. It marked his true birth as a solo artist. The album reached the top 10 in both the US and UK, despite the absence of a major hit single.

Fifty years on, John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band is widely considered one of the best albums ever made. Most recently Rolling Stone, who also dubbed it #4 on their list of Best Albums of 1967-87, ranked the album #85 in their 2020 reassessment of The 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time, hailing it ahead of its time: "a pure, raw core of confession that, in its echo-drenched, garage-rock crudity, is years ahead of punk."

Pitchfork awarded it #60 in their Top 100 Albums of the 1970s list and it was selected by Time as one of the 100 Best Albums of All Time, declaring: "Lennon's writing was never sharper, and his still-underrated singing stands with rock's finest."

As Rolling Stone's retrospective review remarked, "left out in the open, without protective harmonies or racket, Lennon's singing takes on an expressive specificity that anyone in search of the century's great vocal performances would be foolish to overlook."

It was a revolutionary record - never before had a record been so explicitly introspective, and very few records made absolutely no concession to the audience's expectations, daring the listeners to meet all the artist's demands. Which isn't to say that the record is unlistenable. Lennon's songs range from tough rock & rollers to piano-based ballads and spare folk songs, and his melodies remain strong and memorable, which actually intensifies the pain and rage of the songs... It's an unflinching document of bare-bones despair and pain, but for all its nihilism, it is ultimately life-affirming; it is unique not only in Lennon's catalog, but in all of popular music. Few albums are ever as harrowing, difficult, and rewarding as John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band.
-Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AllMusic, 5/5 Stars


Features

  • Super Deluxe Box Set
  • 6CD: 102 new mixes, over 6 hours of audio
  • 2 Blu-Ray Audio Discs: 159 new stereo mixes, over 11 hours of audio in HiRes 192/24 Stereo, 5.1 Surround & Dolby Atmos mixes
  • Remixed from original multi-track tapes at Abbey Road Studios
  • Contains Ultimate Mixes, Outtakes, Elements Mixes, Raw Studio Mixes, Evolution Mixes, Demos & Jams
  • Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band- The Live Sessions: full session available in its entirety for the first time ever
  • Produced & supervised by Yoko Ono Lennon
  • 132 page hardback book with rare photos, memorabilia & extensive notes
  • WAR IS OVER! poster
  • 2 postcards

Selections

The Ultimate Mixes

The Outtakes

Demos

The Elements Mixes

The Raw Studio Mixes + Outtakes

The Evolution Documentary

The Jams

Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band- The Live Sessions (full session available in its entirety for the first time ever)

Description

Coming April 23, 2021 pre-order your copy today! Orders with both pre-order and in stock items will have all in stock items shipped immediately!

6CD & 2 Blu-Ray Audio Disc Super Deluxe Box Set!
Completely Remixed From Original Multi-Tracks at Abbey Road!
Includes Ultimate Mixes, Outtakes, Elements Mixes, Raw Studio Mixes, Evolution Mixes, Demos, Jams & Yoko Live Sessions!

Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Albums of All Time - Rated 85/500!

From the haunting, funereal bells and emotional wails of opening track "Mother", it was immediate - John Lennon's first solo studio album was unlike anything he had made before. Recorded in 1970, shortly after the demise of The Beatles, John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band saw John stripping away the artifice and ornamentation for a visceral artistic exorcism that was confessional, raw, painfully honest, and revelatory. Inspired by the primal scream psychotherapy he and wife Yoko Ono had been practicing with Dr. Arthur Janov, John, joined by the minimalist Plastic Ono Band - Ringo Starr on drums and Klaus Voorman on bass, and producer Phil Spector - confronted his demons, professed his love for his wife, railed against false idols and declared the dream was over on his most personal album. Today it stands as the towering achievement of his solo career - the moment the biggest rock star in the world bared his soul for all to hear - as real as it was revolutionary.

This year, Yoko Ono Lennon and Capitol/UMe celebrate 50 years of John's transformational and influential masterpiece, with the eight-disc super deluxe box set, John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band - The Ultimate Collection: an immersive, deep listening experience and in-depth exploration of the album John described as "the best thing I've ever done."

Fully authorized by Yoko Ono Lennon, who oversaw the production and creative direction, and from the same audio team that worked on 2018's critically acclaimed Imagine - The Ultimate Collection, including triple GRAMMY®-Award winning mixer/engineer Paul Hicks and mixers/engineers Rob Stevens and Sam Gannon, the Ultimate Collection puts listeners in the center of the studio and explores the album's 1970 recording sessions at EMI Studios 2 & 3, Abbey Road along with John's post-Beatles singles, "Give Peace A Chance", "Cold Turkey" and "Instant Karma! (We All Shine On)" from inception to the final master through scores of unreleased and rare demos, rehearsals, outtakes, jams and studio conversations, revealing how these beloved songs came to be.

Everything in this expansive box set has been newly mixed from scratch from brand new 192kHz/24bit hi-res transfers. In addition to the various new mixes, the set boasts 87 never-before-heard recordings.

This historical, remixed and remastered collection features 159 tracks across six CDs and two Blu-Ray audio discs for more than 11 engrossing hours of music and includes two postcards ("Who Are The Plastic Ono Band?" and "You Are The Plastic Ono Band") a "WAR IS OVER!" poster and a comprehensive 132-page hardback book with lyrics, rare photos, tape box images, memorabilia and extensive notes.

Designed and edited by Simon Hilton, the Compilation Producer and Production Manager of the Ultimate Collection series, the book tells the story behind each of the songs and the making of the album in John & Yoko's words and the words of those who worked alongside them, through archival and brand new interviews.

This truly unique expanded edition includes the lively improvised jams John and the band would play between takes, belying the intense subject matter of the album, and the full live recording session of Yoko's companion LP, Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band, which for the first time presents the songs in their full, unedited lengths and original speeds, and includes three unreleased improvisations.

Similar to the previous Ultimate Collection, the set offers a variety of new listening experiences that are at once immersive and intimate, ranging from the brand new Ultimate Mixes of the timeless album, which put John's vocals front and center and sonically upgrade the sound, to the Elements Mixes, which isolate and bring forth certain elements from the multitrack recordings to reveal even deeper levels of detail and clarity, and the Raw Studio Mixes,which allows listeners to experience the moment John and the Plastic Ono Band recorded each song, mixed raw and live without effects, tape delays or reverbs.

The Evolution Documentary is a unique track-by-track audio montage that details the evolution of each song from demo to master recording via instructions, rehearsals, recordings, multitrack exploration and studio chatter. The Blu-Rays present an array of listening options including high-definition, studio quality 192kHz/24bit audio in stereo and enveloping 5.1 Surround and Dolby Atmos mixes.

THE ULTIMATE MIXES
The original John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band album has been faithfully remixed from the ground up by the aforementioned Paul Hicks at Abbey Road Studios under the supervision of Yoko Ono Lennon. Hicks utilized high-definition 192kHz/24bit audio transfers of the original first-generation multitrack recordings to create the best possible recreations of the originals. The result is these new Ultimate Mixes now reveal whole new levels of sonic depth, definition and clarity, especially in 5.1 Surround Sound and Dolby Atmos.

THE OUTTAKES
The collection includes unreleased stereo outtakes of each song which have been mixed with a balance and EQ more akin to the original album mixes, with a little bit of additional effects - in the style of a "rough listening mix" that John & Yoko and Phil Spector would have used to play them back at Abbey Road. Highlights include "Mother" (Take 61) which removes the opening bell and has the drums mixed in mono, "Love" (Take 6) with John performing the song on acoustic guitar without the aid of Spector on piano and the first rehearsal of "Remember" (Rehearsal 1),which started off as a slower, more subdued, song than the rollicking one it evolved into, "Well Well Well" (Take 2) which ends with an instrumental jam, the alternate clawhammer strumming on "Look At Me" (Take 2) and "Cold Turkey" (Take 1)with some seriously funky guitar playing by John and Eric Clapton.

DEMOS
In addition to the outtakes, the original recordings of each song, either from a home cassette, home tape, or the very first rehearsal or run-through in the studio are included. It's remarkable to hear how fully formed many of the songs were before they were brought to the studio and what they transformed into. Most of these recordings have never been released until now.

THE ELEMENTS MIXES
The Elements Mixes mixed by Hicks bring some of the buried elements not otherwise heard, or in some cases used, up to the surface and presents them on a wider and brighter sound stage to reveal deeper levels of detail and clarity. The idea behind these is that once these elements have been heard listeners will hear details previously hidden in the album mixes in a completely way. These range from John's isolated vocal track for "Mother", the conga on "I Found Out", the extra vocals on "Hold On", the alternative organ take on "Isolation", unused maracas on "Well Well Well" and the original guide vocal for "God".

THE RAW STUDIO MIXES + OUTTAKES
Mixed by Rob Stevens, the Raw Studio Mixes transport listeners to the center of the studio at Abbey Road to experience what it was like to bear witness to the recording sessions. The songs have been mixed without effects, tape delays or reverbs, recreating as close to possible what these performances sounded like raw and live. The Raw Studio Mixes stand on their own to provide a markedly different set of listening experiences, stripping away the sound-shaping techniques that were used in the production of the original 1970 album to reveal further nuance and depths in these unadorned studio performances.

THE EVOLUTION DOCUMENTARY
The Evolution Mixes are mini-documentaries that explore the development of each song through their elements, arrangements and the musicians that play on them. Edited down from all the original 8-track multitracks, quarter-inch live recordings and mixes and a few demo cassettes by Sam Gannon, generally each Evolution Mix runs through each song's sessions chronologically, starting with the demos and/or early takes and ending with the final mixes; documenting their creative journey from inspiration to finished work, exploring different, sometimes hidden parts of the multitracks and including all the best method, magic, craftsmanship and conversation during the development of the songs. Throughout the sessions, there is a sense of lightness and joviality that contrasts the heavy and, at times, very intense themes which run through much of the album. These mixes provide a window into that world, putting the listener in the center of the studio with John, Yoko, Phil and the Plastic Ono Band.

THE JAMS
Despite the serious nature of the album, John and the Plastic Ono Band, which sometimes included Yoko, Billy Preston and Phil Spector, had fun in between takes by spontaneously jamming classic rock 'n' roll songs, improvisations and even early versions of some of John's other songs. For the first time, these 22 jams are being made available and are presented in the order they were recorded. Some of the many gems include impromptu performances of Chuck Berry's "Johnny B. Goode", Fats Domino's "Ain't That A Shame", Little Richard's "Send Me Some Lovin'" and a hilarious sendup of Elvis Presley, illustrating John's love for early rock 'n' roll. Other highlights include loose run throughs of "Hold On" and a couple early attempts of "I Don't Want To Be A Soldier Mama, I Don't Want To Die", which would end up on his next album, Imagine.

YOKO ONO/PLASTIC ONO BAND - THE LIVE SESSIONS
On October 10th, the day after John's 30th birthday, Yoko, John, Klaus and Ringo recorded a freeform experimental jam session that would be edited into Yoko's concurrent album, Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band. For the first time ever, the full session, more than three times the length of the original album, can be heard as part of the Blu-Ray in its entirety. Newly mixed by Sam Gannon, it is being presented in high-res audio and in its originally performed speed with no edits, with tracks like "Why" clocking in at 18 mins and "Why Not" exceeding 21 minutes. The live session is bolstered by three improvisations that have never been released before: "Life", "Omae No Okaa Wa" and "I Lost Myself Somewhere In The Sky".

John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band was John's first post-Beatles solo album so interest was high to see what he would do with his newfound creative freedom. The answer shocked the world. Gone was any florid instrumentation or psychedelia as on Sgt. Pepper's or the kind of jaunty rock and abstract poetry of the band's final album, Let It Be, and in its place were deeply emotional, profound, autobiographical songs about being abandoned by his mother and father, the loneliness of stardom, his dear Yoko and the end of the cultural revolution. Soundtracked by simple and sparse instrumentation and minimal yet majestic production, John's voice pierced listener's hearts like never before as he revealed his true self. It marked his true birth as a solo artist. The album reached the top 10 in both the US and UK, despite the absence of a major hit single.

Fifty years on, John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band is widely considered one of the best albums ever made. Most recently Rolling Stone, who also dubbed it #4 on their list of Best Albums of 1967-87, ranked the album #85 in their 2020 reassessment of The 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time, hailing it ahead of its time: "a pure, raw core of confession that, in its echo-drenched, garage-rock crudity, is years ahead of punk."

Pitchfork awarded it #60 in their Top 100 Albums of the 1970s list and it was selected by Time as one of the 100 Best Albums of All Time, declaring: "Lennon's writing was never sharper, and his still-underrated singing stands with rock's finest."

As Rolling Stone's retrospective review remarked, "left out in the open, without protective harmonies or racket, Lennon's singing takes on an expressive specificity that anyone in search of the century's great vocal performances would be foolish to overlook."

It was a revolutionary record - never before had a record been so explicitly introspective, and very few records made absolutely no concession to the audience's expectations, daring the listeners to meet all the artist's demands. Which isn't to say that the record is unlistenable. Lennon's songs range from tough rock & rollers to piano-based ballads and spare folk songs, and his melodies remain strong and memorable, which actually intensifies the pain and rage of the songs... It's an unflinching document of bare-bones despair and pain, but for all its nihilism, it is ultimately life-affirming; it is unique not only in Lennon's catalog, but in all of popular music. Few albums are ever as harrowing, difficult, and rewarding as John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band.
-Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AllMusic, 5/5 Stars


Features

  • Super Deluxe Box Set
  • 6CD: 102 new mixes, over 6 hours of audio
  • 2 Blu-Ray Audio Discs: 159 new stereo mixes, over 11 hours of audio in HiRes 192/24 Stereo, 5.1 Surround & Dolby Atmos mixes
  • Remixed from original multi-track tapes at Abbey Road Studios
  • Contains Ultimate Mixes, Outtakes, Elements Mixes, Raw Studio Mixes, Evolution Mixes, Demos & Jams
  • Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band- The Live Sessions: full session available in its entirety for the first time ever
  • Produced & supervised by Yoko Ono Lennon
  • 132 page hardback book with rare photos, memorabilia & extensive notes
  • WAR IS OVER! poster
  • 2 postcards

Selections

The Ultimate Mixes

The Outtakes

Demos

The Elements Mixes

The Raw Studio Mixes + Outtakes

The Evolution Documentary

The Jams

Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band- The Live Sessions (full session available in its entirety for the first time ever)

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John Lennon
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Ringo Starr, Klaus Voormann, George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Billy Preston,
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