Written and recorded in a day, John Lennon's 'Instant Karma!', became the first solo single by a former Beatle to sell a million copies in America.
The film documents the couple's unique and enduring relationship and the creation of the 1971 album 'Imagine.'
'Give Peace A Chance' was recorded during the couple's famous "bed-in" at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal.
On 18 July 1974, the former Beatle was officially told (again) to get out of the United States.
Music’s myriad subgenres have inspired some of the most enduring documentaries of our age. Here are the 37 best music documentaries of the past 50 years.
'Rock music that incorporates elements of traditional or classical music', surely a key art-rock principle is forging ahead, the shock of the new?
'Imagine — Raw Studio Mixes' will be a limited edition pressing on audiophile grade 180 gram black vinyl.
The gentle and autobiographical 'Watching The Wheels' described John's happy retirement from public life in the second half of the 1970s.
Following their wedding, John Lennon and Yoko Ono staged their famous bed-in at Amsterdam, where they staged a press conference and fought for peace.
Recorded Live at Madison Square Garden, John Lennon's ‘Live In New York City’ album was his last full-length concert performance.
John Lennon’s fourth single with Plastic Ono Band, 'Power To The People' was a call to action that had its roots in the radical politics of the 60s.
The documentary’s includes interviews with Yoko Ono, Julian Lennon and photographer David Bailey among other notables.
The Japanese artist has been a touchstone of popular culture for more than half a century.
The 7 February 1970 issue of the magazine announced John as their Man of the Year.
The town's name became synonymous with modern music culture in January 1970, as it hosted the country's first major, outdoor rock gathering.
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.