From EMI's press release:
"Mainly inspired by John, who happened to be on acid while watching the Paris students riots in the summer of '68, this collection was recorded on one night between dusk and dawn, in a "very collective" session (John speaking). Its release was blocked by Yoko Ono, who, being a Jap, doesn't like Chinks."
Love Mao Do
(Won't You) Please Police Me
The Long and Winding Capitalist Roaders
Happiness Proceeds Out of the Barrel of a Warm Gun
Rice Paddies Forever
I Don't Want to Spoil the Party, So I'll Criticize Myself
"Not to be outdone by his colleagues, Paul sought to make a statement about his musical roots. The result was Paul McCartney and Friend, a lavish, saccharine overorchestrated Nelson Riddle production. McCartney blocked release of the LP when Sinatra dedicated "That's Why the Lady is a Tramp" to his wife Linda."
I Did It My Way
Theme from The Man With the Golden Arm
A Foggy Day
My Funny Valentine
John Lennon's primal screamer Fuck Me? Fuck You! (1970) [cover not shown]
EMI, once more (and this one is my favorite):
"The big break-up brought a number of albums by John in its wake, of which this was the only not released. It consists entirely of John screaming at people."
Fuck Your Mother
Fuck Your Wife
Fuck You Where You Breathe
Fuck Fuck Fuck Fuckfuck Fuckfuck
Okay, yeah, none of those are real; they're from the classic Beatles issue of the old National Lampoon. But they were believable, no?