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ArtistJohn Lennon with Paul McCartney, Harry Nilsson, Stevie Wonder
Vocalsinstrumental Authorship  L/M/Nilsson/Wonder Time  0:02:37 Recorded  03/28/1974 Order in day4
Initally released onCD: A Toot And A Snore In '74 Release date01/01/1992 Release StatusBootleg
Primary location in my collectionCD: A Toot And A Snore In '74
From a jam session that John and Paul took part in recorded at Burbank Studios in Los Angeles, CA and also including Linda McCartney, Jesse Ed Davis, Stevie Wonder on keyboards and others. John was producing Harry Nilsson's latest album, Pussy Cats, when Paul and Linda McCartney dropped in on the first night of the session. John tries to get a song they all know, and complains, presumably to Paul, about how bad most other musicians are at being able to jam. The track starts with Paul tapping out a slightly faster rhythm, and Bobby Keyes plays a few sax notes. It soon falls into a slow paced instrumental with drums, organ and guitar, vaguely reminiscent of Lucille, until John gets bored and stops them. This was John and Paul's last known recording together. Track includes some playing and lots of studio chat. Track 3 on this CD labelled as Studio Talk. Estimated release date known to be in 1992.

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