John Lennon To Get Digital Video Album Release

John Lennon To Get Digital Video Album Release

[b]John Lennon[/b]'s promotional videos are to be released as a digital collection exclusively in the US next month.

The 'John Lennon Video Album' features 21 videos, including 'Give Peace A Chance', 'Working Class Hero' and 'Imagine' - some being made available as a digital format for the very first time.

The digital video compilation will only be available via US iTunes from December 4.

Meanwhile, for more on Lennon, see the January issue of Uncut, out on Thursday (November 29) for a poll of John Lennon's greatest songs, as chosen by 30 famous fans, including [b]Paul Weller[/b], [b]Roger Daltrey[/b], [b]Alex Turner[/b] and [b]Yoko Ono[/b].

The new issue also comes with a 15-track CD 'Give Peace A Chance' - anti- war and protest classics dedicated to the late [b]Beatle[/b]. Artists featured include [b]Robert Plant[/b], [b]Richard Thompson[/b] and [b]Steve Earle[/b].

Plus! Come back to from Thursday, where more of Lennon's celebrity admirers will talk exclusively about their favourite Lennon songs.

The full 'John Lennon Video Album' track listing is:

'Watching The Wheels'
'Mind Games'
'Happy Xmas (War Is Over)'
'Whatever Gets You Thru The Night'
'(Just Like) Starting Over'
'#9 Dream'
'Give Peace A Chance'
'Beautiful Boy'
'Jealous Guy'
'Nobody Told Me'
'Cold Turkey'
'Power To The People'
'Working Class Hero'
'Working Class Hero'
'Borrowed Time'
'Slippin' And Slidin'
'Stand By Me'[/b]

Pic credit: Rex Features


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