Tuesday, October 10, 2006

It Came From The Late Night Music Club From Culture City with John Lennon

Where the world Now when we Need him Most

Happy B-DAy John Lennon
(he would be 66, if he have Live )

Lennon's songwriting was full of pain and hope. His melodies were at times beautiful and at times dark. Lennon's lyrics reflected his personal and career demands, philosophical outlook, his unease with his fame and current events. He and McCartney popularised the use of electronic effects in rock music, paving the way for the harder rock forms of the 1970s and 1980s.

And dont for get now playing untill Thursday at the Main Art in Royal Oak
U.S. vs John Lennon

From the Press Released From the Main Art Web Sight

A provocative and compelling look at John Lennon's transformation from beloved musical artist to anti-war activist to iconic inspiration for peace. Biographers David Leaf and John Scheinfeld reveal the true story of the U.S. Government’s attempt to silence Lennon, showing that this was not just an isolated episode in American history but that the issues and struggles of that era remain relevant today. Featuring appearances by Carl Bernstein, Noam Chomsky, Walter Cronkite, Mario Cuomo, Angela Davis, John Dean, Ron Kovic, G. Gordon Liddy, George McGovern, Bobby Seale, Tommy Smothers, Gore Vidal, Yoko Ono and others.

U.S. vs John Lennon Web Sight

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