Some Time in New York City

Some Time in New York City

by Plastic Ono Band

CD(Remastered)

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Product Details

Release Date: 10/05/2010
Label: Capitol
UPC: 5099990650727
catalogNumber: 06507

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Plastic Ono Band   Primary Artist
John Lennon   Guitar,Vocals
Yoko Ono   Drums,Vocals
Jim Keltner   Percussion,Drums
Stan Bronstein   Flute,Saxophone
Wayne "Tex" Gabriel   Guitar
Adam Ippolito   Organ,Piano
John Labosca   Piano
Gary VanScyoc   Bass
Richard Frank   Percussion,Drums

Technical Credits

John Lennon   Arranger,Composer,Producer,Concept
Yoko Ono   Arranger,Composer,Producer,Art Direction,Concept
Phil Spector   Producer
Roy Cicala   Engineer
Frank Zappa   Composer
Ron Frangipane   Strings Orchestrator
Dan Turbeville   Engineer
Walter Ward   Composer
Paul Hicks   Remastering Engineer
Sean Magee   Remastering Engineer
Paul Du Noyer   Sleeve Notes
Toshio Saeki   Cover Illustration
Michael Gross   Sleeve Design

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Some Time in New York City 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
John Lennon's attempt at politically-charged songs came up flat, compared to the rest of his solo catalog. Except for "Woman is the N----r of the World", the rest of his songs on the album don't catch fire, are too topical and now dated ("John Sinclair", "Attica State") and the band he chose to back him, Elephant's Memory, clearly was a bad choice of musicians (for further proof, listen to 'Live in New York City' and hear how disjointed the performances are). Ironically, Yoko Ono's tracks aren't that bad ("Born in a Prison" for one), as is the case with her material from 'Double Fantasy' and 'Milk and Honey'. Sure, Lennon fans who bought any albums billed as 'John & Yoko' probably wanted to skip over her songs, but she should be given a chance - she was musically capable of more than screaming like a banshee while writhing around in a bag). The 'Live Jam' bonus disc, particular the Frank Zappa & the Mothers tracks, is of some interest - there wasn't much in the way of live Lennon, but what little there is, is represented on this disc from 1969 (cast of 1,000's) and 1971 (Plastic Ono Mothers).