LENNON, JOHN & YOKO ONO Wedding Album (Unfinished Music No. 3)[2019] Ltd Ed WHITE vinyl reissue w/extras! SEALED, NEW
LENNON, JOHN & YOKO ONO Wedding Album (Unfinished Music No. 3)[2019] Ltd Ed WHITE vinyl reissue w/extras! SEALED, NEW

LENNON, JOHN & YOKO ONO Wedding Album (Unfinished Music No. 3)[2019] Ltd Ed WHITE vinyl reissue w/extras! SEALED, NEW

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Release date: March 22, 2019

Limited white vinyl LP pressing, digitally remastered edition. Originally released in 1969, John Lennon and Yoko Ono's Wedding Album was the couple's third experimental, album-length record, and one of the most remarkable of the duo's testaments to an intense romantic and artistic partnership that would last fourteen years, until Lennon's tragic passing in 1980.

On March 20, 1969, John and Yoko were married in a civil service in Gibraltar. To celebrate the event, in lieu of a conventional honeymoon, the newlyweds spent a week in bed at the Hilton Hotel in Amsterdam, inviting members of the press into their room for interviews and photo sessions, and using their fame and the publicity generated by their "Bed-in" to call attention to their campaign for world peace. With Wedding Album, John and Yoko created an enduring snapshot of a vibrant pop-cultural moment, with the hostilities of the Vietnam War as its bracing backdrop.

Wedding Album captures the humor, earnestness, and spontaneity that marked the early years of the "Ballad of John and Yoko" era. With its innovative, original packaging (created by graphic designer John Kosh) the LP included a box filled with souvenirs of John and Yoko's nuptials: photographs, a copy of the couple's marriage certificate, both Lennon's and Ono's drawings, a picture of a slice of wedding cake, and more. Now, with a faithful recreation of Wedding Album in limited-edition, white-vinyl LP, Secretly Canadian and Chimera Music are making one of the most unusual and emblematic recordings of the Sixties available again - fifty years after John and Yoko were married - to mark the golden wedding anniversary of two of the 20th century's most emblematic cultural figures.