You Say It’s Your Birthday?
John Lennon, Septuagenarian
John Lennon, George Harrison, Yoko Ono, Phil Spector in the studio recording ‘Oh My Love’ for Lennon’s second solo album, Imagine
John Lennon, ‘Jealous Guy’
John Lennon, ‘Love’
John Lennon, ‘Starting Over’
John Lennon, ‘Instant Karma’
John Lennon, ‘Cold Turkey,’ original promo film
John Lennon, ‘Imagine’
John Lennon, ‘Give Peace a Chance,’
John Lennon, ‘Happy Christmas (War Is Over)'
The Beatles, ‘Help’
The Beatles, ‘You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away,’ from Help!
The Beatles, ‘Norwegian Wood,’ from Beatles Artifacts Disc 2: Ticket to Ride
The Beatles, ‘Nowhere Man,’ from Yellow Submarine
The Beatles, ‘Baby’s in Black’
The Beatles, ‘I Should Have Known Better,’ from A Hard Day’s Night
The Beatles, 'I'll Be Back"
We feel certain our readers have heard or read their fair share of opinions about JOHN LENNON on the occasion of what would have been his 70th birthday, October 9. Apart from posting BOB DYLAN’s 1972 letter to the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) in support of John remaining in the United States, we have decided to add to the verbiage in a way that makes sense to us: through the lyrics of John’s songs, as collected in a special Video File ‘video album’ of John solo and with the Beatles. The first word belongs to George Harrison, though, in ‘All Those Years Ago.’