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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Relat­ed Con­tent:

John Lennon’s Raw, Soul-Bar­ing Vocals From the Bea­t­les’ ‘Don’t Let Me Down’ (1969)

Hear John Lennon Sing Home Demo Ver­sions of “She Said, She Said,” “Straw­ber­ry Fields For­ev­er,” and “Don’t Let Me Down”

The Last Time Lennon & McCart­ney Played Togeth­er Cap­tured in the Boot­leg A Toot And a Snore in ’74

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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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