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On John Lennon's 70th birthday anniversary, we paid tribute at the true home of the Beatles, The Cavern Club in Liverpool. This performance by a great tribute singer, Johnny Silver, with his band. A great day to remember John. We visited the real Strawberry Fields, not the one in New York!
I´m inspired by the man who fought for a world without war, without separation, he fought for power to the people, he fought for Love. I love all of you Remember John, remember our heroes be who you are be LOVE Wake up!! Change the World!!!
Album: Home Tapes
A vid i made to remember John with the poem i wrote about him =).
Today is October 9, 2010, John Lennon's 70th birthday!! This is an extra present for him, since I already made him another video. This is the new 2010 "remixed" version of John's solo hit "(Just Like) Starting Over" from his last album Double Fantasy (1980) Enjoy :) PS Sean Lennon made this drawing, cool isn't it? Remember John ((ºJº)) 1940-1980
My message to John: Happy Birthday John Lennon!! Wow, 70 years old, that's one big number, if you were here today... Oh, John, how the world misses you... It's hard to say to say happy birthday to some one you really love and are inspired by since there's a lot to be thankful for. Your music, your attitude, your hotness.... I have no idea what kind of person I would have been if it weren't for your music, positive attitude, your magic. Thank you for all you've done to this world, we all are thankful for it. Thanks for showing us that all we need is love, to teach us to give peace a chance, and to tell us to imagine and believe in ourselves to make the world live as one. Wherever you are, Happy Birthday John, from me to you :') Video Description: A slideshow I did to celebrate John's birthday, not the best, but at least I made him something :) Hope you enjoy it!! Random Picture Notes: -My favorite picture of the whole video has to be 1:28 of John and George laughing instead of singing "Long Tall Sally" in the Shea Concert, good times... -The picture at 1:49 was taken by Linda Eastman (later McCartney ;) -The picture at 2:17 is one of the pictures from the last Beatle photo shoot, sob, sob... -The guy sitting beside John at 2:47 was Paul McCartney (for me, he was really hard to recognize!!) That is last picture taken of them together in 1974. -Everyone has to know this picture... 3:09 John signing an autograph from a fan who would later take away his life... One of John's ...
John Lennon would have been 70-years-old Saturday. People are gathering to remember the legendary singer/songwriter in New York at his memorial in Central Park. (Oct. 8)
in loving memory: JOHN LENNON 9th Oct 1940 _8th Des 1980.
In honor of John Lennon's upcoming 70th birthday, today's episode asks what John Lennon meant to you, what you favorite album was and if he were alive today, what type of music would he make? RiO! Band of the Month American Fangs myspace.com MAIL stuff for the wall: Rock it Out! Blog PO Box 52 Butler, NJ 07405 SUBSCRIBE to the RiO!B
from the album john lennon/plastic ono band
From plastic Ono band lp
"Remember" is a 1970 song appearing on John Lennon's first official solo album release, John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band. The song was influenced by Lennon's primal therapy sessions with Dr. Arthur Janov, and the lyrics reflect things typically remembered in therapy. The memories described are unpleasant ones, of conflict with family, authority and peers. Lennon employs his wit, mentioning how "the hero was never hung, always got away", and parents "wishin' for movie stardom, always playin' a part," instead of being honest and open. At the end of the song, Lennon sings an excerpt from the poem Remember, Remember, The Fifth of November, then an explosion is heard. This is a reference to Guy Fawkes Night, a holiday in Britain celebrated with fireworks. In an interview with Jann Wenner, Lennon said this was part of a lengthy ad-lib and that he later decided this line ought to be the culmination of the song.
picture video and song to remember john lennon its been thirty years this dec since he died
Plastic Ono Band 1970
LEAD + HARMONY VOCAL. Remember" is a 1970 song appearing on John Lennon's first official solo album release, John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band. The song was influenced by Lennon's primal therapy sessions with Dr. Arthur Janov, and the lyrics reflect things typically remembered in therapy. The memories described are unpleasant ones, of conflict with family, authority and peers. Lennon employs his wit, mentioning how "the hero was never hung, always got away", and parents "wishin' for movie stardom, always playin' a part," instead of being honest and open. At the end of the song, Lennon sings an excerpt from the poem Remember, Remember, The Fifth of November, then an explosion is heard. This is a reference to Guy Fawkes Night, a holiday in Britain celebrated with fireworks. In an interview with Jann Wenner, Lennon said this was part of a lengthy ad-lib and that he later decided this line ought to be the culmination of the song Remember when you were young how the hero was never hung always got away Remember the man used to leave you empty handed Always , always let you down If you ever change your mind about leaving it all behind Remember , Remember Today Don't you worry 'Bout what you've done Don't feel sorry 'bout the way it's gone Remember When you were small How people seemed so tall Always had their way Remember your ma and pa Just wishing for movie stardom Always , Always playing a part If you ever feel sad And the whole world is driving you mad Remember, Remember Today
ビートルズ・ソングス・コンテスト ジョン・レノン・ミュージアム. John Lennon Museum is a museum located inside the Saitama Super Arena in Japan. It was established to preserve knowledge of John Lennon's life and musical career. It permanently displays Lennon's widow Yoko Ono's collection of his memorabilia as well as other displays. The museum opened on October 9, 2000, the 60th anniversary of Lennons birth. A tour of the museum begins with a welcoming message and short film narrated by Yoko Ono (in Japanese with English headphones available), and ends at an avant-garde styled "reflection room" full of chairs facing a slide show of moving words and images. After this room there is a gift shop with John Lennon memorabilia available.
The Night John Lennon Was Murdered
This prayer/song asks us not to forget the inhumanity and injustice that man has done to man and to use our life force to create a better world in the future. Copyright 2009 Kelly Sabota-O'Donnell off of The Sun Tribe CD all rights reserved.
JOHN LENNON PLASTIC ONO BAND PART 3... "Isolation" 2:51 "Remember"
In this movie John Lennon plays the part of musketeer Gripweed and ends up getting killed in the corner of a foreign field. In other words John Lennon played the part of a gunner. A day after John Lennon was killed in real life, I was watching the news and they showed the gathering of fans outside of the Dakota. I remember seeing a sign held up by someone in the crowd with a picture of John Lennon on it, which said "Remember the Dream." That is a part of what inspired some of the lyrics in the song "The Gunners Dream." John Lennon was a bandsman who was gunned down by a mad man while walking across the side walk trying to make his way into the Dakota Apartments where he lived. Both of these situations are brought up in the Pink Floyd song "The Gunners Dream."
Sixth song from the album "John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band".
I don't believe in Beatles. I only believe in me. This song says so much about John Lennon. This Is truly a strong song. What John Lennon is saying that he only believes in himself....... and his love. I love this song because it has so much meaning to it and its powerful, my opinion. This song is one of the best songs i ever heard. I always listen to it and remember John. This is John Lennon's best song he ever wrote, sang....and made. 4
"Give Peace a Chance" is a 1969 single by (John Lennon's) Plastic Ono Band that became an anthem of the American anti-war movement at that time. A different song with the same name, written by Leon Russell and Bonny Bramlett, was sung by Joe Cocker. Writing and recording The song was written during Lennon's Bed-In honeymoon: when asked by a reporter what he was trying to achieve by staying in bed, Lennon answered spontaneously "All we are saying is give peace a chance"; Lennon liked the phrase and set it to music for the song.. He sang the song several times during the Bed-In, and finally, on 1 June 1969, in Room 1742 at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal, recorded it using a simple setup of four microphones and a four-track tape recorder rented from a local recording studio. The recording session was attended by dozens of journalists and various celebrities, including Timothy Leary, Rabbi Abraham Feinberg, Joseph Schwartz, Allan Rock, Rosemary Woodruff Leary, Petula Clark, Dick Gregory, Allen Ginsberg, Murray the K, Al Capp and Derek Taylor, many of whom are mentioned in the lyrics. Lennon played acoustic guitar and was joined by Tommy Smothers of the Smothers Brothers, also on acoustic guitar. The song was credited to Lennon/McCartney (John Lennon and Paul McCartney) and published by Northern Songs (now Sony/ATV Music Publishing). On some later releases of the song, only Lennon is credited; viz. the 1990s reissue of the 1972 album Live in New York ...
Oct. 9th 1940, Is when John was born! His birthday is tomorrow, But i jus was too exited to upload it now! =D Happy Birthday John, we really miss you. We hope you rest in peace, Love. John Lennon ~ Remember Lover, remember Lennon 1940 - 1980. PS - This is a very differnt version of "Oh my Love!", John i think was recording it by himself at the time. Anyway, Enjoy! xoxo :)
John Lennon. Imagine Demo. Recorded at Tittenhurst Park, Ascot, England. 1971. www.johnlennon.talktalk.net December 8th 1980. Fans all over the world will remember John Lennon on the day of his murder. This year marks the 30th anniversary of John Lennon's death.
A tribute to the victims of injustice. An in your face reminder that humanity has not reached it's Zenith relative to compassion and co-operation. We are forced to take a hard look at some of the injustice and inspired to believe that we can and will evolve in the Age of Aquarius of 2012. Inspires us to know that we can have a new vision to create a world where humanity lives in harmony with each other, the Earth, the Sun and the Cosmos through thinking and conscious revolution. Please leave a comment or Subcribe, it's free. Or visit www.consciousrevolution.com
John Lennon "Remember" album "John Lennon Anthology" (Ascot CD1)
John Lennon "Remember" album "John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band" 1970
Barclay James Harvest is a British rock band specialising in Symphonic/Melodic Rock with folk/progressive/classical influences. The band was founded in Saddleworth, a civil parish now in the Metropolitan Borough of Oldham, in September 1966 by John Lees, Les Holroyd, Stuart Wolstenholme, and Mel Pritchard Lyrics ..John Lennon's Guitar Back in the autumn of seventy On the night shift at Abbey Road Four young men were recording a song named "Galadriel" For an album they'd call Once Again The producer was Norman Smith Who'd engineered with The Beatles and John Whose guitar was to be instrumental that day When I came to play I remember it well, as if it was yesterday The day that I played John Lennon's guitar I remember it well, as if it was yesterday The day that I played John Lennon's guitar Back in the autumn of seventy As I played on my borrowed guitar How could I know The Beatles would split the next day My heroes break up and go their own way Now autumns they came and they go But my friends and my memories remain And my heroes, well some of them fell from the stage But their light still remains I remember it well, as if it was yesterday The day that I played John Lennon's guitar I remember it well, as if it was yesterday The day that I played John Lennon's guitar I remember the day I remember the day I remember the day I remember the day The day that I played John Lennon's guitar I remember the day, as if it was yesterday And I know that the memories will never fade I ...
John Lennon "Remember" from the vinyl LP 'John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band" 1970 (this being an '80s Capitol issue of the LP)
Alright, so I was going to upload this on December 8, 2007 (the 27th anniversary of John Lennon's death) but then I happened to close my account that day. So, I just changed the beginning title of the video so it's 28 years, instead of 27. I WAS going to upload this on December 8th, but my computer wasn't letting me log in, so I'm a little late. Remember John Lennon! 1940- 1980!
I thought I'd post this so we can remember John Lennon for his truly amazing work with the beatles and his solo carear. Also so that we can remember Dimebag for his crazy solo's and awsome riffs, as today December 8th, 2008 is marking the day that John Lennon and Dimebag Darrell were killed. Lennon in 1980, and Darrell in 2004. Rest in Peace
John Lennon Remember (Anthology)
I have put this track out for my wife Beverley. It was released when we started going out with each other....ahh. Lyrics: Woman I can hardly express, My mixed emotion at my thoughtlessness, After all I'm forever in your debt, And woman I will try express, My inner feelings and thankfullness, For showing me the meaning of succsess, oooh well, well, oooh well, well, Woman I know you understand The little child inside the man, Please remember my life is in your hands, And woman hold me close to your heart, However, distant don't keep us apart, After all it is written in the stars, oooh well, well, oooh well, well, Woman please let me explain, I never mean(t) to cause you sorrow or pain, So let me tell you again and again and again, I love you (yeah, yeah) now and forever, I love you (yeah, yeah) now and forever, I love you (yeah, yeah) now and forever, I love you (yeah, yeah)...
Well...here we have, the last two months of the year...when we remember John Lennon and George Harrison. I dedicate this video, as it was said before, with "all my loving" for them. I started it in October but just finished today, so it says it was made in November. Anyway, hope you like it, remember to post any comments you have about :) "WHEREVER YOU ARE...YOU ARE HERE"
a cover to lennon song , on piano and w/ vocals
Here Today es una canción compuesta por Paul McCartney dedicada a John Lennon, perteneciente a su album Tug of War en 1982. Letra de Here Today: And if I say I really knew you well, What would your answer be? If you were here today. Uh, uh, uh, here today. Well, knowing you, You'd probably laugh and say That we were worlds apart. If you were here today. Uh, uh, uh, here today. But as for me, I still remember how it was before And I am holding back the tears no more. Uh, uh, uh, I love you, uh. What about the time we met? (what about the time?) Well, I suppose that you could say That we were playing hard to get. Didn't understand a thing, But we could always sing. What about the night we cried? (what about the night) Because there wasn't any reason Left to keep it all inside. Never understood a word, But you were always there with a smile. And if I say I really loved you And was glad you came along. Then you were here today, Uh, uh, uh, for you were in my song. Uh, uh, uh, here today.
December 8 , 1980 is a date that many still remember and don't want to forget: John Lennon was assesinated by Mark David Chapman. Twenty five years later, December 8th, 2005 is still remembered by his fans at Strawberry Fields in New York.
hmm, look at my title, would it be "most favorite" or just "favorite" ???? The song: remember by john lennon - plastic ono band. btw, i didn't add the explosion at the end, it is actually in the song (for those of you who were wondering) i got a little obsession with Keith Haring ever since i went to an art museum and saw alot of his work. i made this video hoping all you wonderful people will like him too ^_^ enjoy
In Memory of John Lennon and George Harrison I love the beatles and We will Miss John Lennon and George Harrison We will never forget them RIP John Lennon and George Harrison Sarah McLachlan - I Will Remember You
imaginepeace.com December 8, 2007 I miss you, John. 27 years later, I still wish I could turn back the clock to the Summer of 1980. I remember everything - sharing our morning coffee, walking in the park together on a beautiful day, and seeing your hand stretched to mine - holding it, reassuring me that I shouldn't worry about anything because our life was good. I had no idea that life was about to teach me the toughest lesson of all. I learned the intense pain of losing a loved one suddenly, without warning, and without having the time for a final hug and the chance to say, "I love you," for the last time. The pain and shock of that sudden loss is with me every moment of every day. When I touched John's side of our bed on the night of December 8th, 1980, I realized that it was still warm. That moment has haunted me for the past 27 years - and will stay with me forever. Even harder for me is watching what was taken away from our beautiful boy, Sean. He lives in silent anger over not having his Dad, whom he loved so much, around to share his life with. I know we are not alone. Our pain is one shared by many other families who are suffering as the victims of senseless violence. This pain has to stop. Let's not waste the lives of those we have lost. Let's, together, make the world a place of love and joy and not a place of fear and anger. This day of John's passing has become more and more important for so many people around the world as the day to remember his message of ...
Back to Beat plays on 27th anniversary of the death of John Lennon in Winterthur on 8th of december 2007
There's one thing you have to remember, Imagine was not the only great song John Lennon ever wrote! Out The Blue, a candidite for the greatest single that never was...
Tribute to V for Vendetta using Remember by John Lennon and the Plastic Ono Band
remember the myth