Lista de canciones
|1||What You Got||3:06|
|R 6003||John Lennon||#9 Dream (7", Single)||Apple Records||R 6003||UK||1975|
|EAS-17130||John Lennon||#9 Dream / What You Got (7", RE)||Odeon||EAS-17130||Japan||1981|
|P-1878||John Lennon||What You Got (7", Mono, Promo)||Apple Records||P-1878||US||1974|
|NZP.3495||John Lennon||#9 Dream (7", Single)||Apple Records||NZP.3495||New Zealand||1975|
|R 6003||John Lennon||#9 Dream (Edited Version) (7", Promo)||Apple Records||R 6003||UK||1975|
- Arranged By, Producer – John Lennon
- Written-By – Lennon
Códigos de barras
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): S45-48824
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): S45-48821
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): S-45-X-48824-Z4#2 ─◁ MCR
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): S-45-X-48821-Z3 #2 ─◁ MCR
- Rights Society: BMI
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Published By – Lennon Music
- Published By – ATV Music Corp.
- Manufactured By – Apple Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
9 Dream is a song written by John Lennon and first issued on his 1974 album Walls and Bridges. It was released as the second single from that album months later, on Apple Records catalogue Apple 1878 in the United States and Apple R6003 in the United Kingdom. Fittingly, it peaked at number 9 on the Billboard Hot 100, and it hit number 23 on the British singles chart. A video for the song was made in 2003. Текст песни: It was so long ago Was it in a dream Was it just a dream I know, yes, I , dream away Magic in the air, was magic in the air I believe, yes I believe More I. From the album 'Walls And Bridges' 1974 by John. Produced by and Arranged by John Lennon. 9 Dream. John Lennon Produced by John Lennon. MP3. Track Listing. What You Got. Click on the title for lyrics, for audio, for video. Click for tracks & lyrics. 9 Dream John Lennon: vocals, acoustic guitar Nicky Hopkins: electric piano Jesse Ed Davis: electric guitar Eddie Mottau: acoustic guitar Ken Ascher: clavinet Klaus Voormann: bass guitar Arthur Jenkins: percussion Jim Keltner: drums Bobby Keys: saxophone May Pang, Lori Burton, Joey Dambra: backing vocals Written by John Lennon Produced by John Lennon. 9 Dream is a song written and performed by John Lennon and featured as the seventh track on his 1974 album Walls and Bridges. In January 1975, it was released as the second single from that album backed by another album track, What You Got. It continues Lennon's fascination with the number nine he was born on 9 October, and, coincidentally, the track also peaked at number nine in the U. charts when it was released. The backing vocal is provided by May Pang , Lennon's partner at the time. According to Pang's website, two working titles for read more. by John Lennon. Album: Walls And Bridges 1974. Charted: 23 9. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . The mystery voice that calls Lennon's name John during the first bridge was performed by his lover, May Pang - on the second bridge he reversed the tape of her saying his name. According to May Pang's book Loving John, Lennon told her that he did not know what the song was about, but it was not about her. He also did not convince her to sing the vocals, she sang them because the female vocalist scheduled for the session did not show up. Thanks to David Thoener, who was an engineer at the sessions. ohn Lennon, No 9 Dream, Single, album cover, 1974. John Lennon, No 9 Dream, Single, Album Cover, 1974. Item Preview. John Lennon, No 9 Dream, Single, album cover, . John Lennon songs. John Lennon: vocals, acoustic guitar Nicky Hopkins: electric piano Jesse Ed Davis: electric guitar Eddie Mottau: acoustic guitar Ken Ascher: clavinet Klaus Voormann: bass guitar Arthur Jenkins: percussion Jim Keltner: drums Bobby Keys: saxophone May Pang, Lori Burton, Joey Dambra: backing vocals. At the time Lennon was producing Harry Nilssons album Pussy Cats, and the melody of So Long was based on the string arrangement he had written for Nilssons cover version of Jimmy Cliffs Many Rivers To Cross. Lennon recorded a second demo on an acoustic guitar. 9 Dream, by John Lennon Track 7 from the album Walls and Bridges. C Em f e. F D7 f g. C EM F E So long ago. F D7 F Was it in a dream G Was it just a dream C EM F E I know, yes I know. F D7 F Seems so very real. 9 Dream è un brano musicale del cantautore britannico John Lennon. Pubblicata anche come singolo, il 16 dicembre del 1975 dalla Apple Records e con What You Got come b-side, il disco raggiungse la posizione numero 9 della classifica americana Billboard Hot 100 e la numero 23 nella Official Singles Chart, la classifica dei singoli inglesi. Scritta e arrangiata dallo stesso Lennon, il titolo del brano rispecchia la fascinazione che il numero 9 esercitava sull'artista nato, tra le altre cose
Artista: John Lennon
Título: #9 Dream
Fecha de publicación: 16 Dec 1974
Etiqueta: Apple Records
Estilo: Classic Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Tamaño MP3: 1691 mb
Tamaño FLAC: 1492 mb
Clasificación: 4.7 / 5
Fuente de los registros: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM