John Lennon - Peace Love and Truth (2005)
MP3 | Bitrate 192 Kbps | 94,5 Mb
John Lennon - 01 - Give Peace a Chance [Remix 2005] [Mix] - John Lennon,.mp3
John Lennon - 02 - Gimme Some Truth [Remix] - Flux Fiddlers, John Lennon.mp3
John Lennon - 03 - Love [Remix].mp3
John Lennon - 04 - Hold On [Remix].mp3
John Lennon - 05 - Give Peace a Chance 2004 Y2K+ - Yoko Ono.mp3
John Lennon - 06 - Imagine [Remix].mp3
John Lennon - 07 - Bring on the Lucie (Freeda People) [Remix].mp3
John Lennon - 08 - Mind Games [Remix].mp3
John Lennon - 09 - I Don't Wanna Be a Soldier [Remix].mp3
John Lennon - 10 - Instant Karma! (We All Shine On) - John Lennon, Plastic Ono Band.mp3
John Lennon - 11 - Power to the People [Remix].mp3
John Lennon - 12 - Real Love [Speech Removed] [Short Version].mp3
John Lennon - 13 - Help Me to Help Myself.mp3
John Lennon - 14 - I Don't Wanna Face It.mp3
John Lennon - 15 - Bless You.mp3
John Lennon - 16 - Happy Xmas (War Is Over) - Harlem Community Choir, , Plastic Ono Band.mp3
John Lennon - 17 - Listen the Snow Is Falling - Yoko Ono.mp3
John Lennon - 18 - Give Peace a Chance - Plastic Ono Band.mp3
Audio CD (August 23, 2005)
Format: Content/Copy-Protected CD, Import ;O))
Label: EMI Int'l
bitrate 192 kb/s
It has already been 25 years since his death, but John Lennon's message of peace lives on. EMI Music Asia has created a unique John Lennon project in tribute to his message of peace and love. The album includes a new multi-cultural remix of 'Give Peace A Chance' (bringing together a variety of some of Asia's biggest artists all singing in their own language). The album, which includes various Lennon solo songs as well as the 'Give Peace a Chance' remix, is exclusively released across Australia and Southeast Asia only. 18 tracks in all including 'Gimme Some Truth', 'Love', 'Hold On', 'Give Peace A Chance Y2k+', 'Mind Games', 'Don't Wanna Be A Soldier', 'Instant Karma!', 'Power To The People', 'Real Love', 'Help Me To Help Myself', 'I Don't Wanna Face It', 'Bless You', 'Happy Xmas (War Is Over)' and of course, 'Imagine'. EMI. 2005.
I bought this album intrigued by its contents:
3 versions of "Give Peace A Chance?" How is this possible? Aside from the original (track 18), The 2005 Remix is undeniably the best of the three. Indeed, the message itself is pertinent to the trying times facing our world today, but the song itself proves that music is the universal language of peace. The track is brilliantly recorded by some of Asia's best musicians contributing to a remarkable, if simple, peace anthem that continues to ring true to this day.
The second version of "Give Peace A Chance" was performed by Yoko Ono in the wake of the attacks on Spetember 11. Another good version of the same classic.
Overall, the album is perfect. It is far better than the Definitive Lennon album released October 2005, mainly due to the added surprises like the afore mentioned versions of "Give Peace A Chance," and Ono's "Listen The Snow Is Falling". The updated, remixed versions of classic hits also add charm and a sense of "Lennon Today" to the ardent Lennon fan. The entore album is comprised of songs about Peace, Love, and Truth - elements we seem to lack lately in our society. The dream lives on...
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good listening !!!