John Lennon’s Solo Albums Now Streaming for Free on Spotify

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I heard the news today oh boy…

As of today, eight John Lennon solo albums (and three Lennon compilations) are streaming for free on Spotify. Here are the links to the albums: John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band (1970); Imagine (1971); Sometime in New York City (1972); Mind Games (1973);  Walls and Bridges (1974) Rock N Roll (1975); Double Fantasy Stripped Down (1980) ; Milk and Honey (1984). Compilations include Gimme Some Truth, Signature Box (find below), and Power to the People.  If you haven’t already, you’ll will need to download and register with Spotify to play the music.

 

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  • ksclarke says:

    Yay! Out on Google Music, too! And Rdio! Such great music!

  • andrekibbe says:

    Didn’t see these in Rdio’s New Releases section, but I did see them when I did a search for John Lennon, and the user comments on each album are typically months or years old. It sound like the albums were only new to Spotify.

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