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    John Lennon: John Legend

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    John Lennon should be called “John Legend” John Lennon is known as the creator of the Beatles, a rock God, and an inspiration to millions. He was able to shake the music industry with new music that would never be forgotten and a kind heart that was giving and passionate for world peace. John Lennon was an intelligent, hard-working man that greatly impacted society by encouraging anti-war protests and supporting the peace movement, as well as developing the world of rock n’ roll while catching the hearts of his fans with his famous band The Beatles and their extraordinary music. “On October 9, 1940, in Liverpool, England John Lennon was born” (“John Lennon.”Bio.). Lennon’s father was absent during his birth and after being a very emotionally…

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    John Lennon Achievements

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    Living Lennon Noted for a rebel, John Lennon used his fame and status as a way to advocate for a force greater than war. John Winston Lennon was raised in Liverpool by his grandma, Mimi. Lennon struggled in school and was frequently known for causing a ruckus in class. John Lennon later focused on making music and began a band. The Liverpool localities would soon be international as part of the “Beatles” the “most influential act of the rock era” (Magness). Post Beatles Lennon went on to use…

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    John Lennon Influence

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    JOHN LENNON’S IMAGE Considered one of the best musicians during the 20th century, John Lennon played a significant role in revolutionizing the way people and particularly the media view music. He was the founder of the Beatles, the best band that has ever existed in the world till today and he went on to sing record breaking songs with his wife after breaking away from the group. Born and raised in England, Lennon started showing a lot of interest in music and arts from a very young age when he…

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    of all time but stated the group had sold 600 million albums. Fifteen years after this report one can only imagine the amount of Beatles albums sold today. Together John Lennon and Paul McCartney co-wrote 180 out of the roughly 245 Beatles songs while the remaining songs were written with or by other band mates. The Lennon McCartney songwriting duo is as historical in the field of music as any. John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr were only together as a band for seven…

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    Equality In the era of 1960s to the 80s, the world of pop rock bands wouldn’t be the same if John Lennon never existed. Can we all just thank him for forming the legendary, shaggy-haired, suited-up group of The Beatles? The singer-songwriter created masterpieces during his time with the iconic English pop rock band. Some of the best rocked songs they had were, “Please, Please Me” and “I Wanna Hold Your Hand” Although like other bands, fame comes with challenges and their light had to die down. …

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    John Lennon “If everyone demanded peace instead of a new television set, then there’d be peace.” John Lennon was one of the most profound and inspirational people in the world, even to this day. He was a leader for peace and was against war; he stood up for what he believed in and didn’t back down when people tried to attack his ways of thinking. He changed the world and people’s views, he got the attention of everyone and with it, he used it for good. John Lennon wasn’t just a singer in a…

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    the figurehead of the Beatles and lead singer John Lennon died, it seems as if a simple killing united the world as one on one devastating day. John was killed on December 8th 1980 by Mark David Chapman outside of his New York Apartment, forever moving the image of the music industry. I believe that John Lennon’s assassination was an unjust act of obsession that ultimately ended the life of one of the most influential people in all of music; however is success lacked due to his chronic battle…

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    Alyssa Bartel Dr. Byrd English Composition II 1 December, 2016 Imagine John Lennon, the author of Imagine, dedicated most of his time on Earth campaigning as a political activist and song writer. Among Lennon’s projects, his most influential was his campaigning for world peace. In fact, most of Lennon’s most famous works are along the theme of world peace and trying to convince the general public to accept one another in spite of any differences. “Imagining gives people the ability to…

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    John Lennon was most known for his work in the band the Beatles. They were a rock band that formed in Liverpool in the 1960s. There were four members of this band John Lennon ,Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. They quickly became famous for their good looks and great music, they were a boy band to start. Their albums a hard day’s night, please please me, are still popular albums today. John and the Beatles made many amazing albums ,but once they got older a huge change…

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    Some may use music to help lift their spirit, and then someone else may use it to calm down their self. No matter how you use music in your own individual way, it is something that our world has come to love. We wouldn’t have music today without the masterminds behind all of it. Without the countless hours of song and music writing, we wouldn’t have music today. Artists seem to be a different breed of people. Artists somehow were given the gift of beautiful voices, along with the ability to…

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