Slack blogger, but I do give good comment.
... and on Let It Be The One After 909My baby says she's traveling on the one after 909 I said move over honey I'm traveling on that line I said move over once, Move over twice Come on baby, don't be cold as ice She said she's travelling on the one after 909 Northern Songs 1970
Lyrics: Number nine, number nine number nine, number nine ...
Seven of Nine...mmm...tasty borg technology.
our family is waiting for 11/11/11 we have a spooky thing with that number
Here's a link to TRIPWIRE showing us how Sean Lennon takes after his mother.
Head done in. Very hard to keep up with your stuff. But it's all good, as they are wont to say.
The Beatles Resurged this week.Damn good thing too.
June 2010Lennon NakedBBC Four, 9.30pmEdmund Coulthard, who runs the production company Blast!, directed this honourable biopic of John Lennon. It is swept along by Christopher Eccleston’s totally convincing performance in the lead role, which captures Lennon’s combination of gravitas and playfulness, his charm and cruelty. The film covers the seminal events of Lennon’s life before he left Britain for ever to live in New York — including the death of Brian Epstein, the journey to India, his meeting with Yoko Ono and the break-up of the Beatles. But the main psychological driver is Lennon’s abandonment by his parents as a child, which coloured all his relationships and fuelled a lifelong anger. “It’s not peace I want,” he says angrily. “It’s pandemonium.”
Aug 17, 2010"A little-known folk singer who worried that financial success might ruin his songwriting skills has received a letter of advice from John Lennon 34 years after it was sent.The late Beatle wrote to Steve Tilston after reading an interview with him in a music magazine in 1971.In the note, which has been made public for the first time, Lennon said wealth would not change the important things in life.Signed by Lennon and his wife Yoko Ono, the letter was sent just after The Beatles split in 1970 to the offices of the now-defunct ZigZag magazine.It wasn't passed on to Tilston, however, until a collector contacted him five years ago.Addressing the then 21-year-old singer, Lennon wrote: "Being rich doesn't change your experiences in the way you think."The only difference, basically, is that you don't have to worry about money, food, roof etc."But all other experiences - emotions, relationships - are the same as (anybody's)."I know, I have been rich and poor and so has Yoko (rich - poor - rich). So, whatya think of that?"Love John and Yoko."Lennon also included his home phone number.Ono says she remembers Lennon writing the letter.Tilston, who is now 60, has gone on to record more than 20 albums during his career and will mark 40 years in the music business with a concert in Bristol next month.He says he would have called Lennon if he had received the letter, which is estimated to be worth about 7,000 pounds ($12,200)."I feel it was a rather brotherly letter really," he said."Not antagonistic, just offering words of advice."If I had received it all those years ago, my young self would definitely have rung him."Tilston added he never had to worry about how extreme wealth would affect his creativity."Sadly, I was never really able to test this theory out."- AAP
David Kamp writes in Vanity Fair summarising Lennon's life and career since surviving gunshot wounds inflicted by a madman 30 years ago