John Lennon's jukebox is a jukebox – specifically a KB Discomatic made in the UK using a Swiss made mechanism – which Lennon had bought in 1965. Lennon filled it with forty singles to accompany him on tour. John Lennon's jukebox also refers to the compilation CD album closely based on the jukebox's musical contents.
If ever an album deserved to be packaged alongside an aural time machine it would be these 41 songs ‘inspired by’ John Lennon’s mid-’60s KB Discomatic portable jukebox. and make you think again about artists you may have long since written off. One dead man’s passion shines through and you will hear ancient, over-played songs with totally fresh ears. In compilation world, this is job done. Now, 39 years on, the contents of ‘John Lennon’s Jukebox’ are going on Rob Fitzpatrick’s iPod, may they live happily ever after.
TAGS: Various Artists. This collection of Lennon faves, from Chuck Berry and Smokey Robinson to Dylan and The Lovin’ Spoonful, aims to demonstrate how his originality was born out of imitation. For anyone around during the Beatles’ rise, most of this music is very familiar? In The Midnight Hour, Be Bop A Lula and so on. But less common tracks by Timmy Shaw, Derek Martin, Paul Revere and Barrett Strong hold the interest.
Various Artists - John Lennon's Jukebox (2004). John Lennons Jukebox. A classic mix of sixties R n R and R n B that John and I must have been listening to at that same moment in time. Recommended to anyone that loved that sixties period of innocent(most of the time)record making. Best-selling in CDs. See all. Current slide 1 of 4- Best-selling in CDs. The Greatest Showman 2017 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Music Audio CD. (405).
The 2004 Compilation album named John Lennon's Jukebox contained thirty-four of the singles' A-sides and seven of their B-sides. The album contains several songs that are believed to be part of John Lennon's original choice. The album is subtitled: "a collection inspired by music from his own collection"; and some of the songs on the album are different versions from the ones that could have been included in the jukebox.
Lennon had apparently bought the jukebox – specifically a Swiss KB Discomatic – in 1965, and filled it with forty singles to take with him on tour. Infobox Album Name John Lennon's Jukebox Type Compilation album Longtype Artist Various Artists.
The 2004 Compilation album named John Lennon's Jukebox contained thirty-four of the singles' A-sides and seven of their B-sides.
Track List - Disc 1
|1||In the Midnight Hour Steve Cropper / Wilson Pickett||Wilson Pickett||2:33|
|2||Rescue Me Raynard Miner / Carl Smith||Fontella Bass||2:53|
|3||The Tracks of My Tears Warren "Pete" Moore / Smokey Robinson / Marvin Tarplin||The Miracles / Smokey Robinson||2:54|
|4||My Girl Smokey Robinson / Ronald White||Otis Redding||2:54|
|5||1, 2, 3 Leonard Borisoff / John Madara / Joan Medora / David White||Len Barry||2:23|
|6||Hi Heel Sneakers||2:48|
|7||The Walk Jimmy McCracklin||Jimmy McCracklin||2:46|
|8||Gonna Send You Back to Georgia Johnnie Mae Matthews||Timmy Shaw||2:23|
|9||First I Look at the Purse Smokey Robinson / Robert Rodgers / Robert Rogers||The Contours||2:56|
|10||New Orleans Frank Guida / Joseph Royster||Gary "U.S." Bonds||2:50|
|11||Watch Your Step||Bobby Parker||2:43|
|12||Daddy Rollin' Stone Otis Blackwell||Derek Martin||2:25|
|13||Short Fat Fannie Larry Williams||Larry Williams||2:26|
|14||Long Tall Sally Robert "Bumps" Blackwell / Enotris Johnson / Richard Penniman||Little Richard||2:08|
|15||Money (That's What I Want) Janie Bradford / Berry Gordy, Jr.||Barrett Strong||2:37|
|16||Hey! Baby Bruce Channel / Margaret Cobb||Bruce Channel||2:19|
|17||Positively 4th Street Bob Dylan||Bob Dylan||3:54|
|18||Daydream J.B Sebastian||The Lovin' Spoonful||2:19|
|20||Slippin' and Slidin' Eddie Bocage / Al Collins / Little Richard / James Smith||Buddy Holly||3:33|
Track List - Disc 2
|1||Be-Bop-A-Lula Gene Vincent||Gene Vincent||2:35|
|2||No Particular Place to Go Chuck Berry||Chuck Berry||2:42|
|3||Steppin' Out Mark Lindsay / Paul Revere & the Raiders||Raiders / Paul Revere||2:14|
|4||Do You Believe in Magic J.B Sebastian||The Lovin' Spoonful||2:05|
|5||Some Other Guy Richard Barrett / Jerry Leiber / Mike Stoller||The Big Three||2:48|
|6||Twist and Shout Phil Medley / Bert Russell||The Isley Brothers||2:31|
|7||She Said "Yeah"||Larry Williams||1:50|
|8||Brown Eyed Handsome Man Chuck Berry||Buddy Holly||2:04|
|9||Slippin' and Slidin' Eddie Bocage / Albert Collins / Richard Penniman / James H. Smith||Richard Penniman||2:40|
|10||Quarter to Three Gary Anderson / Gene Barge / Frank Guida / Joseph Royster||Gary "U.S." Bonds||2:32|
|11||Ooh My Soul Richard Penniman||Little Richard||2:11|
|12||Woman Love Jack Rhodes||Gene Vincent||2:32|
|13||Shop Around Berry Gordy, Jr. / Smokey Robinson||The Miracles||2:48|
|14||Bring It on Home to Me Sam Cooke||The Animals||2:42|
|15||If You Gotta Make a Fool of Somebody Rudy Clark||Hutch Davie Orchestra / James Ray||1:56|
|16||What's So Good About Goodbye Smokey Robinson||The Miracles||2:21|
|17||Bad Boy Larry Williams||Larry Williams||2:16|
|18||Agent Double O Soul Bill Sharpley / Edwin Starr||Edwin Starr||2:40|
|19||I've Been Good to You Smokey Robinson||The Miracles||3:32|
|20||Oh I Apologize Berry Gordy, Jr. / Smokey Robinson||Barrett Strong||2:21|
|21||Who's Lovin' You Smokey Robinson||The Miracles||3:03|
Performer: Various Artists
Title: John Lennon's Jukebox
Style: Contemporary Pop/Rock,Frat Rock,Pop-Soul,Early R&B,Early Pop/Rock,Motown,Rock & Roll,Soul
Size MP3: 1651 mb
Size FLAC: 1768 mb
Rating: 4.2 / 5
Other Formats: WMA DXD MOD MP3 AAC MIDI