MOTHER (Ultimate Mix, 2021) — Lennon & Ono w The Plastic Ono Band (Official Music Video 4K Remaster)

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JOHN LENNON/PLASTIC ONO BAND — THE ULTIMATE MIXES.
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159 tracks completely remixed from the original multitracks in Stereo, 5.1 and Dolby Atmos.

MOTHER.
Mother
You had me
But I never had you
I wanted you
You didn’t want me

So I
I just got to tell you
Goodbye
Goodbye

Father
You left me
But I never left you
I needed you
You didn’t need me

So I
I just got to tell you
Goodbye
Goodbye

Children
Don’t do
What I have done
I couldn’t walk
And I tried to run

So I
I just got to tell you
Goodbye
Goodbye

Mama don’t go
Daddy come home
Mama don’t go
Daddy come home

Mama don’t go
Daddy come home
Mama don’t go
Daddy come home

Mama don’t go
Daddy come home
Mama don’t go
Daddy come home

Mama don’t go
Daddy come home
Mama don’t go
Daddy come home

Mama don’t go
Daddy come home
Mama don’t go
Daddy come home

written by John Lennon
John Lennon: vocals and piano
Ringo Starr: drums
Klaus Voormann: bass
Yoko Ono: wind
Produced by John & Yoko and Phil Spector.

The video explores layers in the meaning of the lyrics and performance of the song — telling the story of John’s relationships with mother and father figures, including fractured memories from his childhood and important moments in his life.

We see parental figures gone too soon and desperately missed: his mother Julia, father Alfred, his Aunt Mimi and Uncle George Smith who raised and housed him for most of his childhood and teens, and manager Brian Epstein.

We see John with his wife Yoko Ono Lennon (who he nicknamed ‘Mother’ after they became parents with Sean), we consider John as a father, with sons Julian Lennon and Sean Ono Lennon, and then explore themes of John absent, gone too soon, missed sorely by his wife, children, extended family and the world.

Produced by Yoko Ono Lennon, directed and edited by Simon Hilton with 3D compositing by David Frearson, the video was first created in 2003 for the DVD release: ‘Lennon Legend: The Very Best of John Lennon’ and includes photographs by Bob Gruen, Stanley Parkes, Geoff Rhind, Robert Freeman, Jack Mitchell, Iain Macmillan, Paul Goresh, Joyce Ravid and many others.

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