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    The Face of Lennon Help! Help! Help! The Beatles faced plenty of highs and plenty of lows throughout their careers, and the transition between each stage was always shaky and lined with turmoil. Perhaps the most evident of these transitions was between the years of 1964 and 1965. In this period, songs from A Hard Day’s Night and Help! clearly show that John Lennon, a member of the group since the very beginning, was facing difficult, emotional times. These three songs speak volumes for the trouble

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    The John Lennon Tragedy

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    long hair, John Lennon was not only a British pop sensation but an inspiration to people long after his death; his difficult upbringing, his incredible music career and relationship with his fellow band members, his marriage with his wife Yoko Ono, and tragic early death created the iconic musician we all know as John Lennon of The Beatles. John Lennon was born on October 9, 1940 in the town of Liverpool, England. His parents are Julia and Alfred Lennon. He is named John Winston Lennon after his

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    Who Is John Lennon?

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    John Lennon was in a very famous band that were known worldwide and they inspired many people by their music. The band he was in were called the Beatles. They were known worldwide and truly were the most famous band at the time. John Lennon was a big part of the band. He was also known for his solo work. John didn’t always have an easy life though. I guess you could say it wasn’t all rainbows and unicorns even though it seemed like it was. His father, who was a seaman, deserted his wife Julia and

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    John Lennon Comparison

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    was once said by John Lennon. “The finest day I ever had was when tomorrow never came,” - Kurt. Though they died in the midst of their career, John Lennon and Kurt Cobain amazed people with their successes, obstacles, music. John Winston Lennon was born on October 9, 1940 in Liverpool, England (“John” 1). At the time, World War II was going on (Burlingame, John Lennon: Imagine 14). His parents, Alfred “Alf” Lennon and Julia Lennon divorced when he was a child (Burlingame, John Lennon: Imagine 21) and

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    John Lennon Essay

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    John Lennon had a long, hard journey to get where he was at the end of his career. He had challenge after challenge to overcome throughout his life. John Lennon was a talented political activist who was the co-leader of one of the biggest bands in the history of music, making him one of the most influential artist of all time. John Lennon was a young boy when his father, Alfred, left his family, leaving his mother, Julia, to give John up to his aunt Mimi. His mother still visited and with help from

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    John Lennon Essay

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    of Social Justice. Men like John Lennon, conspire to change our world and the lives of those who live in it by spreading a message of peace and fighting for our rights. As a young boy Lennon was fascinated with music and had little interest in school or being the perfect child. He quickly discovered his artistic talents and by the age of 16, had made his own band. From there, his musical talent expanded and the band ‘The Beatles’ erupted as a popular rock band. Lennon used his music to spread a message

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    Imagine By John Lennon

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    Imagine by John Lennon because it’s a song that speaks volume. John lennon is a very sensitive singer that when you listen to his songs it touches your emotions and make you live the situation discussed. In his song “Imagine”, John Lennon expresses and tries to encourage call people to peace regardless all the conflicts that people face such race, religion or ethnicity. The song “imagine” was written in a period of war and more specific in the 70s when the war of Vietnam was taking place. John lennon

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    John Lennon Beliefs

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    John Lennon was a famed singer-songwriter who is credited for founding the Beatles-a famous music group that changed the music world forever (Ulster). After leaving the band in the late 1960s, Lennon continued to release albums alongside his wife, Yoko Ono, among others (Ulster). His second album after he began his solo career featured the song “Imagine” (Ulster). “Imagine” is deemed to be the most successful and critically acclaimed single of the entirety of John Lennon’s solo career (Ulster).

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    John Lennon Symbolism

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    symbols which acts to establish powerful, pervasive, and long-lasting moods and motivations in men” . In this essay, John Lennon’s Imagine (1971) uses various visual techniques to express the artist’s vision of an atheist utopia. I will analyze the song’s production techniques while referring to Geertz’s idea of symbols which aid in creating certain moods and motivations. Moreover, Lennon aims to portray through his choice of instrumentation, song lyrics, and weather changes to contribute to the idea

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    John Lennon’s life as a Beatle began when he was 20 years old, and even though the band may have broken up, his love for music never died. Along with being a music lover, he was a large peace-activist. Not only him, but also his wife, Yoko Ono. Together they traveled the world, going to different places and spreading their voices and opinions, trying to be heard, and trying to change the way society looked at things. Throughout John Lennon’s career, he and Ono dedicated a large portion of their time

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