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  • John Lennon

    John Lennon was known best for his music‚ but in addition to that he was a philosopher‚ artist‚ visionary‚ social leader and most importantly a common man with a dream. John Winston Lennon was born on October 9‚ 1940 in Liverpool‚ England. At a young age he was already very interested in music and would sit in his room and play his guitar for hours on end. His skill with the guitar led to John bouncing around from band to band until he met Paul McCartney and formed the Beatles (Encyclopedia of World

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  • John Lennon

    it in my room. John Lennon John Lennon Lennon rehearses "Give Peace a Chance" in Montreal‚ Canada‚ in 1969 Background information Birth name John Winston Lennon Born 9 October 1940 Liverpool‚ England‚ UK Died 8 December 1980 (aged 40) New York‚ New York‚ US Genres Rock‚ pop Occupations Musician‚ singer-songwriter‚ record producer‚ artist‚ writer Instruments Vocals‚ guitar‚ piano‚ harmonica‚ harmonium‚

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    English 12 CP 30 November 2012 The Amazing Legacy of John Lennon “How do you expose somebody who posed nude?” (“John Lennon…” 8) pondered comedian Conan O’Brien in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine twenty years after the tragic death of John Lennon. O’Brien was making a light reference to the controversial album cover of “Virgins” which featured a fully nude John Lennon and Yoko Ono. This album is just one of countless things that Lennon did while alive that‚ in a way‚ keeps him so in our

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    John Lennon Agent of Change Amy Kirkland Mr. Cumulonimbus HSB4U 03/03/2014 Kirkland 1 “We’re trying to sell peace‚ like a product‚ you know‚ and sell it like people sell soap or soft drinks. And it’s the only way to get people aware that peace is possible‚ and it isn’t just inevitable to have violence…” - JOHN LENNON‚ The David Frost Show‚ June. 14‚ 1969. (N.A‚ 2011.)

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  • John Lennon

    Imagine the world without John Lennon; it’s almost inconceivable. I low can one envision a world without the melodies and lyrics of the Man who transformed the way people feel about popular music? John Lennon did not set out to leave an indelible impact on the world. His beginnings were no different from those of thousands of other teenage hopefuls who went from club to club in pursuit of a recording contract. After much hard work‚ John Lennon and the other members of the Beatles became world famous

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  • John Lennon

    Lennon was born in war-time England‚ on 9 October 1940 at Liverpool Maternity Hospital to Julia and Alfred Lennon‚ a merchant seaman of Irish descent‚ who was away at the time of his son’s birth.His parents named him John Winston Lennon after his paternal grandfather‚ John "Jack" Lennon‚ and then-Prime Minister Winston Churchill.His father was often away from home but sent regular pay cheques to 9 Newcastle Road‚ Liverpool‚ where Lennon lived with his mother‚but the cheques stopped when he went absent

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  • John Lennon Accomplishments

    one of the best singer song writers of our time. This is about the troubled personal life of one of America’s most beloved musicians‚ John Lennon. John Lennon was born into a middle class household to his parent Julia and Alfred Lennon. As a child he grew up with his parents‚ three sisters‚ and two brothers‚ but at the age of four his mother and father split. John lived with his Aunt Mimi for the majority of his life after his parents divorced. She raised him through his childhood and took care

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  • Convictions of John Lennon

    Pop star‚ composer‚ and songwriter John Lennon was born October 9‚ 1940‚ in Liverpool‚ England. Lennon met McCartney in 1957 and invited Paul to join his music group. They eventually formed the most successful songwriting partnership in musical history. Lennon left The Beatles in 1969 and later released albums with his wife Yoko Ono‚ and others. In 1980 a crazed fan killed him. In September of 1969‚ Lennon returned his MBE (Member of the British Empire)‚ awarded by Queen Elizabeth to the Beatles

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  • John Lennon; an Inspiration

    Amin Mahabir COMM 200 Z1 30 October 2012 John Lennon; an Inspiration “If your actions inspire others to dream more‚ learn more‚ do more and become more‚ you are a leader.”(John Quincy Adams)This is the type of inspirational leader John Lennon was. Lennon loved musical technology and was extremely important in bringing certain techniques to the front. In the 1960s‚ the Beatles helped influence the way music was recorded. The band had a strong impact on the evolution of sound‚ including techniques

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  • John Lennon Outline

    Outline - John Lennon Jeanetta Horn I. Introduction A. “Imagine all people living life in peace. You may say I’m a dreamer‚ But I’m not the only one. I hope someday you’ll join us‚ and the world will be as one.” These are a few word spoken by a post-beatle‚ John Lennon. B. I’m going to inform you about the life of John Lennon‚ from how he lived & grew up‚ to how he died. C. I’m going to tell you about his life growing up‚ his beatles career‚ and then his independent career & death. D. Everyone

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