Inscrit le: 19 Mar 2006 Messages: 1772 Localisation: Pas si loin
Posté le: Jeu Avr 16, 2009 6:16 pm Sujet du message:
JE sais pas en fait...
En tout cas...la piste vocale..c'est bien Lennon..
mais l'instrumentation , c'est pas Double Fantasy... _________________ C'est doux, ça s'écoute en bouche, ça coule tout seul et en même temps c'est... aigre-doux.
On retrouve aussi cette verion sur le "Lennon Anthology"
Le blaireau est revanchard...
Merci en tout cas...
super bon groupe....
si Lennon avait pu tourner avec eux... _________________ C'est doux, ça s'écoute en bouche, ça coule tout seul et en même temps c'est... aigre-doux.
Inscrit le: 14 Nov 2002 Messages: 22850 Localisation: Paname
Posté le: Jeu Avr 16, 2009 11:38 pm Sujet du message:
That's what I thought.
"I'm Losin' You" was a song from John Lennon's Double Fantasy album, back when Cheap Trick worked with Lennon. Lennon's wife Yoko Ono fired the band, but the song remained intact (with Nielsen's guitars and Carlo's drums) The song is also available in an unreleased remake of In Color, which was produced by Steve Albini.
I questioned Bun E. about what is was like working with John Lennon on "Double Fantasy." He said it was great playing with Lennon, but that Yoko was a "f...ing bitch." He claimed the Lennons "stole" some of Nielsen's riffs that he contributed to "Losing You" without compensating Nielsen for them. It's fairly common knowledge that Yoko resented having to pay their session fees so this makes sense.
But the session that I most wanted to know about were the legendary John Lennon "Double Fantasy" sessions with Cheap Trick in 1980. Only three songs were recorded before Yoko banned Cheap Trick, citing that they were using John. I told Rick that I recently found a bootleg with the three unreleased Cheap Trick/John Lennon tracks.
He asked, "so, could you tell the difference?" I sure could, the tracks seemed to rock more, with even Yoko's song sounding inspiring. Rock comments, "that's the only way you could handle it, have us behind her voice & you need kind of schizophrenic stuff going on."
But, why did the band do only one session with Lennon? Nielsen didn't blast Yoko, just explained diplomatically, "we were asked to do more for vocals. What I call those John Lennon baby voices (sings a little). But & ah & by then they were finished. We didn't get lucky enough to play on that one." Still no real answer as to why the recordings didn't wind up on the final record.