Written during a tumultuous period, ‘Imagine’ is a stirring anthem that challenges listeners as much as it assuages them during times of need.
John Lennon’s second solo album, ‘Imagine’, was his biggest post-Beatles hit, yet was typically uncompromising, influencing the generations that followed.
'Imagine' is John Lennon’s second solo album release, in the autumn of 1971, full of brilliant songs, great hooks and John’s ever-present acerbic wit.
Penning songs such as ‘Gimme Some Truth’, John Lennon radicalised his music and became one of the most politically engaged musicians in history.
The documentary’s includes interviews with Yoko Ono, Julian Lennon and photographer David Bailey among other notables.
Billed as “the untold story” of John Lennon's 'Imagine', the documentary also explores how Lennon and Ono's art, politics and music were intrinsically entwined.
“It’s about politicians, newspaper men and all the hypocrites of the world – and male chauvinists, it’s about them too”, Lennon said of the track.
Students from Staten Island’s Public School 22 joined fans to come together and celebrate John Lennon’s birthday by performing his anthemic ‘Imagine’ in Strawberry Fields, Central Park in New York City on...
The new expansive reissue of John Lennon’s 1971 masterstroke Imagine was the subject of a revealing discussion as part of sold-out event at Los Angeles’ Grammy Museum.
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The remixed, remastered 140-track collection has been fully authorised by Yoko Ono Lennon and features countless previously unavailable recordings.
A newly expanded version of John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s' 'Imagine' film has been restored and reassembled” with an additional 15 minutes of never-before-seen footage