A newly created official music video for John Lennon‘s acoustic ballad “Have a look at Me,” a tune from his 1970 debut solo studio album, John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band, has premiered on Lennon’s YouTube channel.
The clip options just lately unearthed 1968 movie footage of John and Yoko Ono at dwelling, offered within the high-res 4K format, accompanied by the brand new “Final Combine” of “Have a look at Me” that can seem on the expansive reissue of Plastic Ono Band that is due out on April 23.
The “Final Combine” of “Have a look at Me” additionally has been released as an advance monitor by way of streaming providers.
The beforehand unseen footage was shot on 8-millimeter movie by digital camera operator William Wareing and his crew between takes of John and Yoko’s film initiatives Movie No. 5 and Two Virgins. The video options varied black-and-white and shade clips showing concurrently aspect by aspect.
The video options glimpses of Lennon enjoying acoustic guitar and petting a cat, Ono dancing by a swimming pool, the movie crew establishing, and John and Yoko sweetly kissing. We additionally see the drum pores and skin that is seems on the duvet of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Membership Band and John’s psychedelic-painted upright piano.
As beforehand reported, the John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band — The Final Assortment reissue, which you’ll be able to pre-order now, options 159 tracks unfold throughout six CDs and two Blu-ray audio discs, together with 87 beforehand unreleased recordings.
In addition to a brand new mixture of the unique album and the three solo singles Lennon launched prematurely of the file — “Give Peace a Probability,” “Chilly Turkey” and “On the spot Karma! (We All Shine On)” — the reissue incorporates a bevy of demos, rehearsal takes, outtakes, jams, studio chatter and far extra.
Go to JohnLennon.com for full particulars in regards to the reissue.
By Matt Friedlander
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