by johnlennon 124,451 views
The official video for John Lennon 'Slippin' and Slidin''
by cfdalpd 1,555,692 views
john and george playing oh my love, is amazing
by LessFaithMoreReason 71,252 views
by PopRockArt 176,776 views
John Lennon - making of Imagine (song)- from Gimme Some Truth documentary (1988)
I AM NOT APPLE CORPS - I DON'T OWN THE BEATLES
I DON'T OWN LENNONO SONGS - I DON'T OWN JOHN LENNON
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Give the music of The Beatles to new generations!
An instant classic when released in September 1971, John Lennon's Imagine was the ex-Beatle's solo masterpiece, and its musical legacy is matched here by priceless footage of Lennon's creative process, independently edited from original 16-millimeter footage by producer-director Andrew Solt with the hands-off approval of Lennon's widow, Yoko Ono. Incorporating footage from John and Yoko's original film Imagine (clips of which were previously included in the 1988 documentary Imagine: John Lennon), Gimme Some Truth presents Lennon, Ono, coproducer Phil Spector, and a host of gifted musicians in a fluid context of conflict, community, and craftsmanship. Bearing witness to every stage of the recording process, this 63-minute documentary succeeds as a visual diary, a study of familiar music in its infancy, and a revealing portrait of the then-30-year-old Lennon--from witty clown to confrontational perfectionist--at the peak of his post-Fab Four inspiration.
While Imagine wasn't John Lennon's first solo album, it was the work that clearly reaffirmed his place as one of the leading pop music visionaries of his day following the messy breakup of the Beatles in 1969. Gimme Some Truth: The Making of John Lennon's Imagine Album uses behind-the-scenes footage to document the production of one of Lennon's most enduring works. The album itself also appears in newly remixed and digitally remastered form, as approved by Yoko Ono. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide.
by rincondemozyto 324,734 views
Video de la cancion Watching The Wheels de John Lennon
Fuente 480p escalado a 720p
URL del video en HD: http://mx.youtube.com/watch?v=AIB2nkUfeWw&fmt=22
Para ver el video en HD, agrega &fmt=22 al final de la URL del video
by Ulises Mavridis 64,200 views
On thanksgiving day, 2010, when I uploaded this video (starring Mark McGann as John Lennon, Kim Miyori as Yoko and Matthew Marsh as Elton, from the movie "John & Yoko, a love story") I never could imagine that on january 30, 2011, I would receive this message:
"I have an original super 8 (no sound) video of this. We were right side orchestra, 12th row, across from Yoko. Back then you could wait in line for tickets, and we went into the city the night before the sale. At 2AM they opened the windows and we walked away with that entire row. It was the best concert ever. I transferred the film to VHS when that was the new medium and added music. I'm sure there are others out there, but, like mine, the quality would not be up to today's standards." mommamaxx hace 1 mes
--Then I responded: @mommamaxx I'd love to watch your footage!!! could you please upload it?? ulisesmavridis
---@ulisesmavridis How do you upload from VHS? I still have the original super 8 also. mommamaxx
---Mary Ann, that is the name of this angel, said she was going to make the transfer with the help of her son.
Ok, I'll dig out the vhs and take another look at it. As I remember (we're going back 37 years here) the super 8 reels were only about 4 minutes, and I honestly don't remember how many I took. I do know I spliced them together into one reel. I'll enlist my son to help.
It really was the best concert. I never experienced that much joy at a show before or since. It's so great that Lennon's segment was released on the extended version of Elton's Here and There. (I've got my ticket stub taped to the original album cover.) Over the years, whenever I see one of the friends whom I was with that evening, the first thing he says is 'Man that was a good concert..."
---Yesterday, march 9, 2011 is the historic day when she emailed me saying the work was done:
Just wanted to let you know that with help from a new friend in Norway, and my son, I was able to convert and upload my original footage of Elton & Lennon at MSG in New York City on Thanksgiving 1974.
Mary Ann "
***God bless you Mary Ann, for sharing the video with the world! I wanted to share our messages with all youtubers, as a tribute, due to the historic importance of the result!------Ulises
Below, the original description of my video.
November 28th, 1974, Madison Square Garden, N.Y.
During an Elton John concert, John Lennon performed 3 songs (plus tambourine during the encore). Knowing that there is no original footage from this historical event, I was amazed when I watched Mark McGann as John Lennon performing "Wathever... " in the movie "John & Yoko, a love story" about 25 years ago. What I didn't liked then was that it was a cover version, not the original.
That was the only time I saw the movie, until someone uploaded it here in youtube about 2 years ago!. I downloaded the part with the MSG concert and replaced the audio with the John & Elton original audio. I also added at the end of the video some pics from different websites, even some photos whose owner said he borrowed his camera with Zoom lens to Yoko, who was sitting next to him at the concert, so she could see John closely. Then he asked her to take some pictures, while looking. I made this video for my own enjoyment, but being thanksgiving day I decided to upload it. Not John Lennon, not Yoko Ono, not Elton John, but the clip is a nice piece to enjoy for any beatle (and Elton) fan. Just relax and imagine you're watching them. Whathever gets you through the clip, s'alright!.
I'm not the owner of the video or the audio or the photos, they belong to their respective copyright owners.
I really enjoyed to watch the movie again. Certain moving scenes remained in my brain all these years:
1-when John & Yoko are in bed and she says "she hates me" referring to Kyoko, who decided to stay with his father instead of with her. and John replies "that's not true" and then he tells yoko a sad memory of his chioldhood and begins to cry.
2- When after various efforts and tryouts and miscarriages, Yoko gets pregnant and eventually Sean comes to this world. When the nurse appears to say: "he's a boy" and John jumps and kicks a wastebasket.
3-When somene asked an autograph to Beatle John in a park and a suprised Sean asks "who were the Beatles?"
by MrCostanica 194,913 views
Give Peace a Chance es una canción escrita por John Lennon y originalmente acreditada a Lennon/McCartney (John Lennon y Paul McCartney). Sin embargo, cuando el álbum póstumo en vivo de Lennon con Elephant's Memory, Live in New York City (Grabado en 1972), se reeditó en 1990, se acreditó únicamente la composición de Give Peace a Chance a John Lennon.
En la encamada por la paz de John y Yoko un reportero le preguntó a John que qué intentaba hacer. Y John dijo, todo lo que estamos diciendo es : dale una oportunidad a la paz espontáneamente, pero le gustó la frase y la preparó musicalmente para la canción. Mientras estaba en cama, cantó varias veces la canción, y finalmente, el 1 de junio de 1969, alquiló una grabadora de 8 pistas en unos almacenes locales de música y la grabó estando en la cama.
Fue grabada por John Lennon y editada en un sencillo bajo el nombre de, Plastic Ono Band. Para maximizar la exposición a los medios, los recién casados John Lennon y Yoko Ono se propusieron albergar el segundo encamamiento en la ciudad de New York (el primero se llevó a cabo en Ámsterdam), pero los oficiales de inmigración estadounidenses rehusaron permitir a Lennon la entrada al país por su convicción a la droga en noviembre de 1968 en Londres. En vez de hacerlo en Nueva York, la pareja entonces eligió Montreal porque estaba más cerca de la frontera estadounidense. La canción se grabó el 1 de junio de 1969 en la habitación 1742 en el Hotel Queen Elizabeth en Montreal Canadá. La sesión de grabación estuvo atendida por docenas de periodistas y varias celebridades, incluyendo a Timothy Leary, Rosemary Woodruff Leary, Petula Clark, Dick Gregory, Allen Ginsberg, Murray the K y Derek Taylor. Lennon tocó la guitarra acústica al cual se unió Tommy Smothers de los Smothers Brothers tocando también la guitarra acústica.
by JumpyDrip 11,632 views
A music video I put together for John Lennon's Give Peace A Chance. For a history project on the Vietnam Antiwar Movement.