Menlove Ave. is a 1986 album by English rock musician John Lennon. It is the second posthumous release of Lennon's music (after Milk and Honey), having been recorded during the sessions for his albums Walls and Bridges and Rock 'n' Roll. Menlove Ave. was released under the supervision of Yoko Ono, Lennon's widow. The first side of the LP comprises session outtakes from the Rock 'n' Roll sessions with Phil Spector in late 1973, save for "Rock and Roll People" which is from the Mind Games sessions
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Menlove Ave. Released November 3, 1986. Tracklist. 1. Here We Go Again Lyrics.
Recorded at Record Plant, . and A&M Studios, . Mixed for OneStone Productions, except Angel Baby.
There are two hitherto unreleased Lennon songs on board: "Here We Go Again" (co-written with Spector), a fairly uneventful song massively overproduced, and "Rock & Roll People," which has a more Spartan production by Lennon and a nice kick to it. "Angel Baby," originally put out on the unauthorized Roots album, makes a raucous first official appearance here
A great John Lennon CD to own. It is the second posthumous release of Lennon's music, having been recorded during the sessions from his albums, Walls and Bridges and Rock 'n' Roll. The album itself comprises session outtakes from the Rock 'n' Roll sessions with Phil Spector in late 1973, which comprises the first half of Menlove Ave. (save for "Rock and Roll People" which was cut in August 1973)
John Lennon's Menlove Av. though probably most famous now for its Andy Warhol-produced cover, actually represents some of the best of what the former Beatles star produced between Imagine and Double Fantasy. You just had to skip ahead to side two of this collection of mid-'70s-era odds and ends. Her care in constructing Menlove Ave. went beyond that iconic album image. The name itself recalled Lennon's childhood home at 251 Menlove Ave. in Liverpool, a '30s-era duplex called "Mendips" where the Beatles first rehearsed. Mendips always meant a great deal to John," Ono said in 2012, "and it was where his childhood dreams came true for himself and for the world.