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The Chill Room
John Lennon's song Revolution
Regular Show
dj bennett, Yoko Ono
 bennett  Contact Contributor
Aug. 6, 2013, 11:28 a.m.
In which I play out all the alternate unreleased versions of John Lennon's take on the political world of 1968, through his song Revolution, the b-side of the best selling record the Beatles ever released. This show is about setting the scene, laying the context, in which John created this profound confection of politics, sexuality, and dreams, and which is the most far out music the Beatles ever made as a band.
Produced and engineered by dj bennett (

With special thanks to and Presented for education and entertainment. Feedback comments requested.
The Chill Room, 2 August 2013, at 11:00pm PST on

192k, 65 minutes, John Lennon's song Revolution revealed

Set list, all performances by The Beatles:
Stranger in My Arms (John Lennon mellotron home tape, Kenwood, 12/67-1/68) / Across the Universe (alternate mix, EMI, 4 February 1968) / Revolution (John's demo, recorded at Kinfauns in Esher, April 1968) / Yoko Ono personal tape, recorded 4 June 1968 at EMI (with Beatles overdubbing Revolution Take 20 on control room monitor) / Revolution Take 20 (master take with dubs, EMI, 4 June 1968) / Revolution 9 (RM1 alternate mix from acetate, EMI, 20 June 1968) / Revolution (single version, basic tracks with vocals no dubs, EMI, Take 15, 10 July 1968) / Revolution (David Frost Show tv version, new live vocals over tape, recorded at Twickenham Studios, London, 4 September 1968)

We all love to change your head ... You better free your mind instead ...

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The Chill Room
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