STUDIO ONE:

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  1. james says:

    I think John was Jesus..or sorry Jesus was John or Johnesus!we’ll never know!..he definitely wasnt Donny Osmond!..but then he wasnta saint but then jesus wasnt either!y’see its all a bit confusing what John really was, was a human being, but then again maybe he was from a nother planet..Ah I give up!anyway Love is a great song..check it out!now if jesus did play early piano he might he written something like that..

  2. Berrnando Glitz says:

    Yea…what james said except for…none of it. So full of facts….

  3. Bluenote says:

    Well, I can see it is easy James to see Jesus in John…but, I am sure, he would be the first to tell you that it just isn’t so. But he would also tell you that you have the potential to be anything you want to be. John chose peace and from his stance he wrote such songs as Love and Imagine and all the rest. But he was just a real geniune person, with all the fragilities we all have as human beings. The catch is to discover your inner person and hope and pray, it begins with peace and love.

  4. Jennifer says:

    Beautiful pictures. : )

  5. james says:

    I think apart from being slightly tipsy during my comment, what I might be alluding to is that in some of Johns pictures he defintely has his jesus type images, the painting has alittle of it but from what Ive gathered over the years and from his intervierws he played with the notion himself, his point I suppose is that yes we all have the same qualities within, why I choose to comment on alot of this is that John seems to have been able to embody alot of the struggle of life, but still when you get down to it he wass a mass of contradictions, at least he was quite aware of that too, anyway great pictures as always on here, I enjoy the show!

  6. James says:

    I love that picture of a genius at work at the piano. He had so much talent and is so missed

  7. Brian says:

    If you read the Passover Plot, take a lot of Owsley acid, and happen to find yourself adored by the masses—I suppose it’s feasible you might for a moment think you are indeed the messiah returned. But only until the acid has worn off.

  8. Arne says:

    Some of these comments are frightening in their fan worship. Perhaps you should just let John Lennon be a talented musician and songwriter who was also a troubled and flawed man, both a good husband and a bad husband, both a good father and a terribly neglectful father.

  9. Ishie says:

    Arne … you’re right, there were many facets to John. His work is autobiographical and stands as a testament to who he was and what he was experiencing at that given point in time. He well understood & acknowledged his attributes as well as his flaws. He wanted us to know that amidst the idolatry from fans, he was just a man trying to live his life. I think that’s what he was trying to share in some of the interviews he gave in 1980.

  10. cacau says:

    He was happy, slim and lovely!

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