All monitor notes taken from the DVD booklet.
This has been a supply of contempt for Lennon followers, because the large majority of movies on the DVD had been newly made, with the exceptions of “Imagine”, “Instant Karma!”, and “Woman.” Both “Power to the People” and “Whatever Gets You Thru the Night” are the originals, albeit in prolonged kind, and the video for “Stand by Me” has new footage inserted. The originals may be discovered on the 1992 VHS compilation The John Lennon Video Collection, which as of this writing has not been re-released.
Featuring 20 tracks in whole, the DVD featured footage that was traced again as near its unique supply as attainable. In many instances this meant going again to the unique movie damaging, which was then digitally re-transferred and remastered. With footage shot on video, it was vital to return to John Lennon’s unique digital camera tapes (all on long-obsolete codecs) and have them re-transferred.
The DVD featured never-before-seen footage from the Lennon/Ono archive, uncommon newsreel and personal footage, 15 new and newly remastered music movies, 5.1 encompass sound, new animations of Lennon’s drawings and an intensive picture gallery together with uncommon and beforehand unseen photos.
Lennon Legend: The Very Best of John Lennon was launched on DVD in November 2003 as a collection of remastered, remixed, and new movies with Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound audio mixes.
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