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Sweet Toronto (sometimes referred as Sweet Toronto Peace Festival) is a documentary by D.A. Pennebaker of the Toronto Rock and Roll Revival, a one-day festival held September 13, 1969 at Varsity Stadium on the campus of the University of Toronto and attended by some 20,000 persons. The event was produced by John Brower and Ken Walker. John Lennon, who seven days later would unofficially resign as a member of the Beatles, played as part of the Plastic Ono Band, whose members also included Yoko Ono, Klaus Voormann, Alan White, and Eric Clapton. Their set was released as the album Live Peace in Toronto 1969.

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  • Sweet Toronto (conosciuto anche con il titolo Sweet Toronto Peace Festival) è un film concerto del 1971 diretto da D.A. Pennebaker nel 1969. (it)
  • Sweet Toronto (sometimes referred as Sweet Toronto Peace Festival) is a documentary by D.A. Pennebaker of the Toronto Rock and Roll Revival, a one-day festival held September 13, 1969 at Varsity Stadium on the campus of the University of Toronto and attended by some 20,000 persons. The event was produced by John Brower and Ken Walker. John Lennon, who seven days later would unofficially resign as a member of the Beatles, played as part of the Plastic Ono Band, whose members also included Yoko Ono, Klaus Voormann, Alan White, and Eric Clapton. Their set was released as the album Live Peace in Toronto 1969. The video also features a selection of other acts: Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, and Bo Diddley. The actual concert lasted twelve hours and included Alice Cooper and Chicago Transit Authority among other acts, but Pennebaker's documentary focuses mainly on the final hours of the concert. At the time of the performance Yoko Ono's popularity was sufficiently low that the audience booed and left the Plastic Ono Band performance. There was a similar response from film reviewers at the time. The performances "and this film have grown in interest and watchability since that time, particularly given the rarity of such thorough documentation of these key performers' work in concert." The film is available on DVD from Shout! Factory, under the name John Lennon and the Plastic Ono Band: Live in Toronto. (en)
  • 『スウィート・トロント』(Sweet Toronto)は、1969年9月13日にカナダのトロント・バーシティ・スタジアムで行われた、ロックンロール・リバイバル・コンサート・イベントに出演したジョン・レノン率いるプラスティック・オノ・バンドのライヴ映像作品である。1971年公開。監督はD・A・ペネベイカー。 2007年12月5日コロムビアミュージックエンタテインメントからリマスター盤として『スウィート・トロント〜プラスティック・オノ・バンドfeat.エリック・クラプトン』というタイトルでDVDがリリースされている。 (ja)
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  • Sweet Toronto (conosciuto anche con il titolo Sweet Toronto Peace Festival) è un film concerto del 1971 diretto da D.A. Pennebaker nel 1969. (it)
  • 『スウィート・トロント』(Sweet Toronto)は、1969年9月13日にカナダのトロント・バーシティ・スタジアムで行われた、ロックンロール・リバイバル・コンサート・イベントに出演したジョン・レノン率いるプラスティック・オノ・バンドのライヴ映像作品である。1971年公開。監督はD・A・ペネベイカー。 2007年12月5日コロムビアミュージックエンタテインメントからリマスター盤として『スウィート・トロント〜プラスティック・オノ・バンドfeat.エリック・クラプトン』というタイトルでDVDがリリースされている。 (ja)
  • Sweet Toronto (sometimes referred as Sweet Toronto Peace Festival) is a documentary by D.A. Pennebaker of the Toronto Rock and Roll Revival, a one-day festival held September 13, 1969 at Varsity Stadium on the campus of the University of Toronto and attended by some 20,000 persons. The event was produced by John Brower and Ken Walker. John Lennon, who seven days later would unofficially resign as a member of the Beatles, played as part of the Plastic Ono Band, whose members also included Yoko Ono, Klaus Voormann, Alan White, and Eric Clapton. Their set was released as the album Live Peace in Toronto 1969. (en)
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  • Sweet Toronto/Keep On Rockin (fr)
  • Sweet Toronto (it)
  • スウィート・トロント (ja)
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