Info for Double Fantasy In one of music history's crueler twists of fate, John Lennon was just beginning to make an aesthetic/commercial comeback when he was assassinated in 1980. Earlier that year, the release of „Double Fantasy“ (after a long layoff from recording, mostly spent raising his young son Sean) let Lennon fans know that he and Yoko were still capable of flaunting their creativity on record. Lennon had matured as a person as well as an artist over the preceding several years, after years of personal trials, and his personal renaissance was evident on „Double Fantasy“, with it's cheery, accessible pop tunes celebrating the simple joys of family life. This not being a McCartney album, things never get overly sentimental, even on Lennon's odes to Sean (the shimmering ballad 'Beautiful Boy') and Yoko (the '50s-influenced '[Just Like] Starting Over.') Lennon was too complex an artist to release a mindless happy-face album, and even his sunniest observations are deepened by the complexities of his compositional genius. For her part, Yoko contributes some of the finest songs of her career, like the simple but movingly poetic 'Every Man Has a Woman Who Loves Him.' Lennon's older, wiser worldview is best summed up by the philosophical (and engagingly bouncy) 'Watching the Wheels.' '...Sharp-end-of-the-mainstream studio rock in which Lennon's songs are eclipsed by the parallel performances by Yoko with which they alternate...' (Mojo) John Lennon, vocals, guitar Yoko Ono, vocals Earl Slick, guitar Hugh McCraken, guitar Matthew Cunningham, dulcimer Randy Stein, English concertina Howard Johnson, horns Grant Hungerford, horns John Parran, horns Seldon Powell, horns George 'Young' Opalisky, horns Roger Rosenberg, horns David Tofani, horns Ronald Tooley, horns George Small, keyboards Ed Walsh, synthesizer Tony Levin, bass Andy Newmark, drums Robert Greenidge, steel drums Arthur Jenkins, Jr., percussion Michelle Simpson, background vocals Cassandra Wooten, background vocals Cheryl Mason Jacks, background vocals Eric Troyer, background vocals Benny Cummings Singers, background vocals The Kings Temple Choir, background vocals Recorded on 7 August 1980 – 22 September 1980 at The Hit Factory, New York Engineered by Lee De Carlo Produced by John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Jack Douglas Digitally remastered _________________________________________________________________________________ Artist : John Lennon & Yoko Ono Album : Double Fantasy Year : 1980 Genre: Pop Composer: Various Quality : Flac HRA 24bits/96.0kHz Label: Universal Music Source : highresaudio HRA-Release: 08.10.2014 Size : 1,97gb Tracklist 01 (Just Like) Starting Over 02 Kiss Kiss Kiss 03 Cleanup Time 04 Give Me Something 05 I'm Losing You 06 I'm Moving On 07 Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy) 08 Watching The Wheels 09 Yes, I'm Your Angel 10 Woman 11 Beautiful Boys 12 Dear Yoko 13 Every Man Has A Woman Who Loves Him 14 Hard Times Are Over 15 (Just Like) Starting Over 16 Kiss Kiss Kiss 17 Cleanup Time 18 Give Me Something 19 I'm Losing You 20 I'm Moving On 21 Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy) 22 Watching The Wheels 23 Yes, I'm Your Angel 24 Woman 25 Beautiful Boys 26 Dear Yoko 27 Every Man Has A Woman Who Loves Him 28 Hard Times Are Over Total Runtime: 01:33:24 Download Link: Hidden Content: You must reply before you can see the hidden data contained here.