Anthology (1998)


 
Disc One 1. Working Class Hero 2. God 3. I Found Out 4. Hold On 5. Isolation 6. Love 7. Mother 8. Remember 9. Imagine 10.Fortunately 11.Baby Please Don't Go 12.Oh My Love 13.Jealous Guy 14.Maggie Mae 15.How Do You Sleep? 16.God Save Oz 17.Do the Oz 18.I Don't Wanna Be a Soldier 19.Give Peace a Chance 20.Look at Me 21.Long Lost John Disc Two 1. New York City 2. Attica State 3. Imagine 4. Bring on the Lucie (Freda Peeple) 5. Woman is the Ni**er of the World 6. Geraldo Rivera 7. Woman is the Ni**er of the World 8. It's So Hard 9. Come Together 10.Happy Xmas (War is Over) 11.The Luck of the Irish 12.John Sinclair 13.The David Frost Show 14.Mind Games 15.Mind Games 16.One Day (At a Time) 17.I Know (I Know) 18.I'm the Greatest 19.(It's All Da-Da-Down to) Goodnight Vienna 20.Jerry Lewis Telethon 21.A Kiss is Just a Kiss (As Time Goes By) 22.Real Love 23.You Are Here Disc Three 1. What You Got 2. Nobody Loves You (When You're Down and Out) 3. Whatever Gets You Thru the Night 4. Whatever Gets You Thru the Night 5. Yesterday 6. Be-Bop-A-Lula 7. Rip it Up/REady Teddy 8. Scared 9. Steel and Glass 10.Surprise, Surprise (Sweet Bird of Paradox) 11.Bless You 12.Going Down on Love 13.Move Over Ms. L 14.Ain't She Sweet 15.Slippin' and Slidin' 16.Peggy Sue 17.Bring it on Home to Me/Send Me Some Lovin' 18.Phil and John, Part 1 19.Phil and John, Part 2 20.Phil and John, Part 3 21.When in Doubt, F*ck it 22.Be My Baby 23.Stranger's Room 24.Old Dirt Road Disc Four 1. I'm Losing You 2. Sean's Little Help 3. Serve Yourself 4. My Life 5. Nobody Told Me 6. Life Begins at 40 7. I Don't Wanna Face It 8. Woman 9. Dear Yoko 10.Watching the Wheels 11.I'm Stepping Out 12.Borrowed Time 13.The Rishi Kesh Song 14.Sean's Loud 15.Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy) 16.Mr. Hyde's Gone (Don't Be Afraid) 17.Only You 18.Grow Old With Me 19.Dear John 20.The Great Wok 21.Mucho Mungo 22.Satire, Part 1 23.Satire, Part 2 24.Satire, Part 3 25.Sean's in the Sky 26.It's Real

 

This is a replication of The Beatles' "anthology" releases. Featured here are four discs of outtakes, snippets, alternate versions, studio banter, conversations, demos etc. recorded during John's solo career that will appeal to the diehard, but no one else. Like The Beatles' release, there were some that thought they were getting a box set chocked with the best of the best. This is not the case, and fortunately, there are plenty of those compilations elsewhere. This is for the "biggest fans" fan club only.

Back To Main Page
Go To Next Review