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The story behind 'The Ballad of John & Yoko?
Why did John Lennon & Yoko Ono marry in Gibraltar?
José Miguel Contreras on 25 years of By Divine Right, re-uniting with Feist, Brendan Canning, more
José Miguel Contreras is a multi-instrumentalist, producer, actor, film composer, and amazing songwriter currently based in Toronto....
Two of us cover
Two of us One of my favorite Beatles's songs The cover is only a "first shot" so, many things still need polishing and...-hearing the...
Imagine by John Lennon
Faith No More's Billy Gould on music consumption, John Lennon, Sol Invictus & more
Billy Gould is a musician, songwriter, and producer who originally hails from the state of California. Throughout his life, Gould has...
The Folk Show 25/09/13 - Steve Tilston Trio
Steve Tilston, along with Stuart Gordon and Keith Warmington, who together make up the Steve Tilston Trio, popped into the studio this...
Business Photoshoot with Roger Overall @rogeroverall for ChangeAgents Branding @changeagents_ today - riotous fun
20 minutes : Recorded live during an important
That's got to be one of my favourite photos of all time...
Where Were You December 13, 1980?
Listen. Remember. Enjoy the Ride.
Imagine by John Lennon played by the Exeter Cathedral Society of Ringers
Commemorating the 10th anniversary of 9/11, a recital of John Lennon’s famous anti war song Imagine performed using the bells of Exeter Cathedral. See http://www.imagineproject.info for more info. Starts off with a welcome from Bishop of Exeter. Then bell ringing performance of Imagine (for about 4 minutes), followed by a two minute silence. Ends with silence is broken and people light candles and place flowers.
Love Is Real
It's hard to believe. My parents turned 70 this year. What's sad is, one of the last interviews he did, he mentioned, all willing, he still had 40+ years of work left in him. It's sad that we missed out on all that he could have done.
In some ways i find it harder to believe that he's been dead for 30 years, than the fact that he would have been 70 now! Death keeps people young in our minds. This Boo might just have inspired one from myself :)
I can't believe you didn't have the full JL catalog till now! Whatever John would be doing now, I'm sure it would have integrity and be inspirational. It's still inspirational.
Just Like Starting Over [4:38]
My Best To Friends, '70's
This is the direct link to the original writing, by Zee Charnoe, from which this audio-recording is produced, ...
Imagine The Bridge, Lennon - Red Hot Chilli Peppers
John Lennon Tribute By James
Buses, banks, barbers. Liverpool trip - part 10/18
All you need to know about Penny Lane - buses, banks, barbers, bistros, nurses, poppies. Newcastle Row - John; Arnold Grove (unadopted!)...
#Octaver13 Imagine - Day 1
I'm going to try and participate in
as much as I can. Here are some first thoughts about being part of it along with some...
Liverpool Anglican Cathedral peals John Lennon's "Imagine"
Hundreds of people gathered to hear the bells of Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral ring out the tune of John Lennon's anti-religious anthem Imagine. A team of seven volunteer bell ringers played the 1971 song, which begins "Imagine there's no Heaven", as part of an arts festival. The cathedral said it had carefully considered the "sensitivities" surrounding the song's lyrical content. Lennon himself described the song as "anti-religious, anti-conventional". The former Beatle, who was born in Liverpool and murdered in New York in 1980, said it was also "anti-capitalistic". Leading the recital was cathedral ringer Sam Austin, 23, a student at Manchester's Royal Northern College of Music. He said his team started rehearsals by playing the melody on hand bells before moving on to the cathedral's legendary church bells. Mr Austin said: "It went very well. I'm pleased with it. There were quite a few people listening outside which was good. "We practised for three months. It had to be right. There was no room for error." Asked if there were any similar projects in the future, Mr Austin said: "We are trying to make a performance in New York but this is still an idea for now." The original idea to ring out Imagine on church bells came from artist Cleo Evans, who was commissioned by Futuresonic, a cultural festival, to develop the concept with the cathedral. The bells are the highest and heaviest ringing peal bells in the world. 'Spontaneous applause' A spokesman for the Anglican Cathedral said: "The cathedral feel this performance has inspired many to think about their relationship with God in their lives. "From what we have heard it's been received really well. We had around 200 to 300 people outside the cathedral for each performance. There were spontaneous rounds of applause.
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Arcade Fire's Will Butler talks Policy
Will Butler is an American musician whom many people assume is Canadian because he’s a member of the Montreal band Arcade Fire. On his...
Verdant Strawberry Fields. Liverpool trip - part 12/18
1870 forever. Strawberry Fields - Salvation Army children's home, orphanage, special needs school. A band playing in 1944 and a son's...
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