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Fools Like Me - John Lennon - Some Time In New York City Sessions (CD)

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  1. Some Time In New York City, the follow-up to John Lennon's Imagine, was inspired by radical left-wing politics of the early s. A critical and commercial failure, it featured two discs containing 10 studio songs and six live performances. The album was borne of .
  2. People will criticize John Lennon's involvement in political causes around that time in his life. England must have been a pretty terrible place to live in those years. Like an immigrant yearning for freedom, he arrived in New York City - a gritty and decaying city in the early s - and through his protest songs and his newfound friends /5().
  3. Next best song is "New York City", which isn't really a protest song, but more reflects the mood of the Lennon's at the time of this recording and explains what they were up to at the time. "Woman Is the Nigger of the Word" is another excellent number with great lyrics - lyrics which back in were so true, even if not as true today.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Some Time in New York City - John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Plastic Ono Band on AllMusic - - While Lennon .
  5. Aug 05,  · Like all artists, what he was thinking and feeling would eventually emerge in his art. In the summer of ’72 came Some Time in New York City, a two-LP set of agit-pop that is not only the worst John Lennon record of all time, it’s the worst (non-Ringo) solo Beatles record. Ever.
  6. Some Time In New York City was issued in a gatefold sleeve with printed inner sleeves, a postcard of the Statue of Liberty, and – in the US only – a petition against John Lennon’s expulsion from the country. Early pressings had a message etched into the inner groove area of the vinyl: “John and Yoko forever, peace on earth and good will to men 72”.
  7. Aug 30,  · What are the top 5 songs on John Lennon's Some Time in New York City ( Album)? This poll will close on Apr 9, at PM. "Woman Is the n****r of the World" –
  8. John Lennon was one of the most celebrated musicians of the past century. However, when he released "Some Time in New York" he ripped Frank Zappa off. Much of this is from a performance done with Zappa's band "the mothers of invention." Zappa made Lennon a copy of the show so they each would have one. Zappa released his version in the 90's/5(46).

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