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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Red, Green Vinyl release of You Should'a Been There (Rock And Roll Sessions) on Discogs. Label: Toasted Records (2) - YSB • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Unofficial Release Red, Green • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock, Rockabilly4/5(1).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of You Should'a Been There (Rock And Roll Sessions) on Discogs. Label: Pod Records (2) - YSB • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Unofficial Release • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock, Rockabilly4/5(3).
  3. amazing john lennon set, containing the ''jesse ed davis'' masters of the rock and roll sessions! all those masters are 6 cds long with all the sessions, outtakes, raw versions, morris levy's barn sessions, the old grey whistle test and even the authentic original master of the rare ''roots'' lp!!!!! all this along with a needledrop (vinyl transfer) of the millennium grams lps from
  4. John Lennon - One of the Greatest Lennon Boots: Toasted Records Pink (?). and Black Wax. JOHN LENNON - You Should'a Been There (Rock And Roll Sessions) -. I have been collecting for 40 years - now I have to start to break up the collection as I ealtramevtrulconflo.tactlirimisapatderpternyawithdvipa.co date: Jun 26,
  5. You Should'a Been There: Rock and Roll Sessions, a Bootleg of songs by John Lennon. Featured peformers: John Lennon (vocals, arranger, producer), Phil Spector (producer, arranger), Roy Cicala (engineer), Jimmy Iovine (assistant engineer).
  6. The album's working title had been Oldies But Mouldies; no official title had been chosen until Lennon saw the neon sign prepared as cover art by John Uomoto, with Lennon's name and the words "ROCK 'N' ROLL" beneath. This struck Lennon in a positive way, and it became the album title.
  7. John's tenth solo album release, and first with no songs written by himself. Credited to John Lennon. Personnel: Sessions. John - Vocals and guitar Jes.
  8. There was an even earlier memory of his mother in Fats Domino’s ‘Ain’t That A Shame’ – the first song he learned, he said; it was taught to him by Julia, on a banjo. Rock’N’Roll may have begun as a legal obligation, and turned into a fiasco, but it was finally a labour of love.

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