Hi Beatles fans.
I've steered clear of buying John Lennon's solo work on the basis of why would you want to listen to music your dad listens to?
But, knowing that this can sometimes be a mistake (as I have found in a few other cases), I recently bought the Gimme Some Truth boxset. If you're not familiar with it, it compiles most of John's solo work. It misses out most of the live recordings, demos and late 60s experimental recordings, as well as anything written solely by Yoko.
Apart from that, the following songs are not included:
It's So Hard
Do the Oz
The Luck of the Irish
Aisumasen (I'm Sorry)
One Day (At a Time)
Bring on the Lucie (Freda Peeple)
Nutopian International Anthem
I Know I Know
Going Down on Love
Help Me to Help Myself
(Forgive Me) My Little Flower Princess
Possibly there might be other obscure recordings not included - that's just based on a skim through Wikipedia.
So, my question is: do you think I am missing much if I don't buy any further Lennon CDs?