Those who plan to race to stores this fall to buy the remastered [lastfm]John Lennon [/lastfm]releases will now have one more item to add to their wish-list.
[lastfm]Yoko Ono[/lastfm] is overseeing the release of Box of Vision, a series of books and other treats to be available in conjunction with both the re-releases and what would have been Lennon’s seventieth birthday.
The John Lennon Box of Vision – all individually numbered and limited to 7,500 – will give fans a unique way to store the remastered albums. Along with allowing for a place to store all the new reissues, the box also includes a 166-page book of Lennon’s LP artwork, a full color catalog of the Lennon and Lennon/Ono discography and two art-adorned blank DVDs and two similarly packaged CD-Rs.
A statement says that the boxes are “intended for fans to record and store audiovisual and audio content they choose.”
While the forthcoming Lennon re-masters won’t be included in the box, this unique way of storing the albums will allow for more than enough room. Each Box of Vision can accommodate up to 32 different CDs.
The Box of Vision, which has a retail value of $124.99, will be available this October.