Never-before-seen 8mm film footage of John Lennon and Yoko Ono is featured in a new music video for “Look At Me”, as the John Lennon Estate and Capitol/UMe continue to release exclusive content in promotion of the forthcoming Ultimate Collection box set reissue of 1970’s John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band due out later this month on April 16th.
Released late last week, the new video for “Look At Me” includes behind-the-scenes footage of John and Yoko which was originally filmed at their home during the filming for their Film No. 5 (“Smile”) and Two Virgins short films in 1968. Footage includes shots of Lennon strumming away on his guitar, in addition to B-roll footage the two with film crews and their Kenwood home.
Watch the new music video below.
John Lennon – “Look At Me”
The John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band reissue will arrive on 1CD, 2CD, 2LP, and digital formats, while the super deluxe box set edition which will come with six CDs containing over six hours of audio and 102 new stereo mixes pulled from the original master tapes. The box set edition will also come with two Blu-ray audio discs containing 11+ hours of Hi-Res audio, a 132-page hardcover book containing rare photos and notes from the era, a “War Is Over!” poster, and two postcards.
Click here for the more in-depth backstory behind the original album sessions and the forthcoming deluxe reissue, along with album pre-order info.
[H/T Rolling Stone]