The cover and album title inspiration:
A real labor of love, right down to the photo labels, a Melvin Records first:
- intro: a comment to a bleary-eyed Bob Dylan, 1965 (sic) – Excerpt from Dylan’s Eat The Document film. May 27 1966: A very hungover Dylan and a similarly uptight John trying to sound witty (and failing) while D.A. Pennebaker’s rolling film on them, as they are driven from John’s home back to London.
- New York City – ‘One To One’ Benefit 30 August 1972, audience recording, from the matinee performance? Neither ABC nor KBFH broadcast the beginning of either performance.
- It’s So Hard- same as above
- Woman Is The Nigger Of The World- ditto
- station break: Walls And Bridges Walls And Bridges radio spot, 1974 (spoken by Ringo)
- (not listed) John doing the weather as WNEW guest DJ, 28 September 1974
- Well Well Well – ‘One To One’ Benefit, 30 August 1972, audience recording, evening performance?
- Instant Karma!- ‘One To One’ Benefit, 30 August 1972, from ABC broadcast, evening performance.
- station break: Goodnight Vienna radio spot, 1974 (spoken by John)
- WNEW radio guest DJ appearance John promoting Walls And Bridges on Dennis Elsas’ WNEW afternoon program, 28 September 1974
- John on Monday Night Football with Howard Cosell, 9 December 1974
- Mother – ‘One To One’ Benefit, 30 August 1972, evening performance, source: ABC outtake
- Come Together- ‘One To One’ Benefit, 30 August 1972, evening performance, source: ABC broadcast
- Cold Turkey- ‘One To One’ Benefit, 30 August 1972, evening performance, source: ABC broadcast
- Hound Dog- ‘One To One’ Benefit, 30 August 1972, evening performance, source: ABC broadcast
- Medley: Woman Is The Nigger Of The world / Baby Please Don’t Go / Rock Island Line / Maybe Baby / Peggy Sue – Hotel Miyako, San Francisco, August 1972. KGO-TV recording John & Yoko for Eyewitness News, as John strums a few tunes on his trusty Gibson Les Paul Jr.
- Johnny B. Goode – Mike Douglas Show with Chuck Berry, recorded 20 January 1972, aired 16 February 1972, preceded by a short interview.
- Imagine – Plastic Ono Band live at the Apollo Theater NYC, 17 December 1971
- Lennon-McCartney feud Lennon ripping on Paul’s “Too Many People”