|Power to the People|
|Produced by Phil Spector & John & Yoko|
(track 2 by John & Yoko)
|Released on March 12, 1971|
|UK CHART POSITION #7 . . . US CHART POSITION #11 (charted Apr. 3, 1971 for 9 weeks)|
|Find it at GEMM|
|1830 wo. picture sleeve
[high resolution scan]
P ower to the people, right on! Not the people in power, or the people who voted for the people in power, but those other people. No, not the lazy ones who didn’t vote. To the left of them. There you go. Those people. Give them the power. If that doesn’t poke your brain endlessly, Yoko’s B side will. “Touch Me” is an avant jazz noise collage similar to some of Frank Zappa’s work. It originally appeared on her Plastic Ono Band elpee and is pretty wild stuff. I’ll concede her the match, if only because “Revolution” was so much smarter.
JOHN LENNON --
YOKO ONO --
JIM GORDON --
KLAUS VOORMANN --
|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|UK||March 12, 1971||Apple||7"||R 5892||picture sleeve|
|US||March 22, 1971||Apple||7"||1830||picture sleeve|
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