Late The Beatles member John Lennon’s official Twitter account tweeted out the following quote. The quote is actually from a sit-down interview that Lennon and then-wife Yoko Ono did for CBS sometime from 1961 to 1970 when he asked by the interviewer, David Culhrane about the cultural differences about Europe and America as well as Europeans and Americans. John Lennon goes to ‘sleep’ before dying in an eerie photo.
‘In England they refuse to hear anything we say, even if it’s one word — PEACE, because it comes from an entertainer and his wife, or an avant-garde artist and their freaky pop star husband.’
In other John Lennon and Yoko Ono news, fans recently took to social media to discuss the legacy of ‘Milk & Honey’, the powerful 1984 follow-up album to ‘Double Fantasy’. One fan put: “It’s hard to imagine what this album would’ve sounded like had John not been taken sooner from us, but raw and not quite so complete it rocked regardless. Most of the songs featured here have had the same musicians as the Double Fantasy album although some of Yoko Ono’s songs have the musicians from her solo effort It’s Alright.
Two of the songs on this album were cassette recordings based on Robert and Elizabeth Browning’s poems-“Grow Old Besides Me” and “How Do I Love Thee, Let Me Count The Ways”. John’s “Grow Old With Me” and Yoko’s “Let Me Count The Ways” were to be held over at the very end of the sessions to be recorded with an orchestra and meant to be played at weddings. The version of “Grow Old With Me” featured on the John Lennon Anthology was meant to be the way it was intended. However, the basic tracks of both Double Fantasy and Milk And Honey were recorded in late summer and early autumn of 1980 and the songs each responded as in scenes of marriage with fear, reassurance, faith, and hope.” This John Lennon in wheelchair before death photo was recently revealed.
The fan also said: “What’s great about this album is John’s much-beloved wit and humor and ability to rock out with the greatest musicians assembled for both albums. My favorites are mainly John’s “I’m Stepping Out”, “I Don’t Wanna Face It”, “Nobody Told Me” and ” Borrowed Time” featuring the guitars of Hugh McCracken and Earl Slick and Tony Levin’s bass lines. “My Little Flower Princess” has extra lyrics enclosed that we’re never completed but had a reasonable tempo that flowed with it. Yoko’s “Sleepless Nights” has that moderate shuffle to it, “Don’t Be Scared” has the reassurance in words and time, “O’Sanity” is short and to the point. “Your Hands” has a bilingual meaning[English and Japanese]. “You’re The One” sums up the relationship of John & Yoko despite the world’s eye over the years. Whether you’re a fan of John Lennon, Yoko Ono or both, this collection completes the puzzle and one shouldn’t be without it.” John Lennon’s ‘greatest lover’ in bed was just revealed.
'In England they refuse to hear anything we say, even if it’s one word — PEACE, because it comes from an entertainer and his wife, or an avant-garde artist and their freaky pop star husband.'
— John Lennon ☁️ (@johnlennon) December 13, 2019