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John Ono Lennon

Born 9 October 1940
Liverpool, Merseyside, England, UK
Died 8 December 1980
New York, New York, USA.

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John Lennon Albums

Unfinished Music No. 1: Two Virgins (November 1968)
Unfinished Music No. 2: Life With the Lions (May 1969)
Wedding Album (October 1969)
The Plastic Ono Band - Live Peace in Toronto (December 1969)
John Lennon - Plastic Ono Band (December 1970)
Imagine (September 1971)
Some Time in New York City (June 1972)
Mind Games (November 1973)
Walls and Bridges (September 1974)
Rock'n'Roll (February 1975)
Shaved Fish (October 1975)
Double Fantasy (November 1980)
The John Lennon Collection (November 1982)
Milk and Honey (January 1984)
Live in New York City (January 1986)
Menlove Avenue (October 1986)
Imagine: John Lennon (Music From the Movie) (October 1988)
Lennon 4 CD Boxed Set (October 1990)
Lennon Legend: the Very Best of John Lennon (January 1998)
John Lennon Anthology (4 CD Boxed Set) (November 1998)
Wonsaponatime (November 1998)
Acoustic (November 2004)


Give Peace a Chance / Remember Love (July 7, 1969)
Cold Turkey / Don't Worry Kyoko (October 20, 1969)
Instant Karma! / Who Has Seen the Wind? (February 20, 1970)
Mother / Why (December 28, 1970)
Power to the People / Touch Me (March 22, 1971)
Imagine / It's So Hard (October 11, 1971)
Happy Xmas (War is Over) / Listen, the Snow is Falling (Dec.1, 1971)
Woman is the Nigger of the World / Sisters, O Sisters (April 24, 1972)
Mind Games / Meat City (October 29, 1973)
Whatever Gets You Thru the Night / Beef Jerky (September 23, 1974)
# 9 Dream / What You Got (December 16, 1974)
Stand By Me / Mover Over Ms. L (March 10, 1975)
Stand By Me / Woman is the Nigger of the World (April 4, 1977)
(Just Like) Starting Over / Kiss Kiss Kiss (October 17, 1980)
Woman / Beautiful Boys (January 5, 1981)
Watching the Wheels / Yes, I'm Your Angel (March 16, 1981)
(Just Like) Starting Over / Woman (July 6, 1981)
Watching the Wheels / Beautiful Boy (November 9, 1981)
Happy Xmas (War is Over) / Beautiful Boy (Nov. 29, 1982)
Nobody Told Me / O' Sanity (January 5, 1984)
I'm Stepping out / Sleepless Night (March 15, 1984)
Borrowed Time / Your Hands (May 11, 1984)
Every Man Has a Woman Who Loves Him / It's Alright (Sept.13 '84)
Jealous Guy / Give Peace a Chance (October 3, 1988)
Nobody Told Me / I'm Stepping out (October 15, 1988)

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October 9, 1940 – December 8, 1980

October 9, 1940 - John Lennon is born after a bombing raid at Oxford Street Maternity Hospital, Liverpool, to Julia Stanley and Alfred Lennon.
1956 - Julia buys John a guitar at Frank Hessy's music store. His incessant playing prompts his Aunt Mimi to say, "The guitar's all very well and good, John, but you'll never make a living out of it." John forms his first group, the Quarrymen, with pals Pete Shotton, Nigel Whalley, and Ivan Vaughan.
July 6, 1957 - John meets Paul McCartney at the Woolton Parish Church in Liverpool during a performance by the Quarrymen. John, impressed by Paul's ability to tune a guitar and by his knowledge of song lyrics, later asks Paul if he wants to join the group as lead guitarist.
1958 - John writes his first song, "Hello Little Girl." It will be recorded by the Beatles at their 1962 audition for Decca Records.
January 1961 - The Beatles debut at the Cavern Club.
April 8, 1963 - John Charles Julian Lennon is born to Cynthia and John at Sefton General Hospital, Liverpool. The birth, like the marriage, is kept secret from Beatles fans at Brian Epstein's urging.
August 3, 1963 - The Beatles play their farewell show at the Cavern Club, having logged almost three hundred performances there.
February 7, 1964 - The Beatles begin their first US tour.
February 9 and 16, 1964 - The Beatles headline twice on the "Ed Sullivan Show" on CBS, for a $3,500 performance.
March 1964 - Shooting begins on the Beatles' first feature film, A Hard Day's Night, as "Can't Buy Me Love" tops the charts both in Britain and America.
January 1965 - John composes "Help!", the title song for the Beatles' second film. He later confides the lyrics are a plaintive cry for help and a clue to the confusion and despondency he feels.
Spring 1965 - John, Cynthia, George Harrison, and Patti Boyd inadvertently take their first LSD trip when a dentist-friend of Harrison's spikes their coffee.
July 29, 1965 - Help! has its world premiere in London's West End. Reviews hail the Beatles as "modern Marx Brothers."
August 1965 - The Beatles meet Elvis Presley at his home in Bel Air. Not knowing their individual names, Elvis refers to each as "Beatle."

November 1966 - Yoko Ono and John Lennon meet for the first time at a preview of her art show Exhibition #2 at Indica Gallery in London.
September 1967 - John writes "I Am the Walrus" allegedly while under the influence of LSD. The Beatles' film Magical Mystery Tour airs on the BBC in December and is received with a resounding blast from the critics. John anonymously sponsors Yoko's Half a Wind Show (subtitled Yoko Plus Me) at London's Lisson Gallery.

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1968 Two Virgins released
"It was midnight when we started 'Two Virgins,' it was dawn when we finished, and then we made love at dawn. It was very beautiful."
— John Lennon

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January 30, 1969 - The Beatles' last performance as a group is on the roof of the Apple building, during the filming of Let It Be. John thinks Paul intends his lyrics, "get back to where you once belonged," for Yoko, who is at John's side during the session.

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March 20, 1969 -  John and Yoko marry in Gibraltar.

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April 10, 1970 - Undercutting John, who has promised not to announce his intended departure from the Beatles, Paul announces at a press conference that he has left the group due to "personal, business, and musical differences." His first solo album, McCartney, is subsequently released with considerable fanfare.

DEC 1970

John Lennon & Yoko Ono
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 September 1971
Some Time in New York City (June 1972)
Fall 1973 - For the first time since they met in 1968, John and Yoko agree to separate. John travels to Los Angeles. He called his eighteen-month separation from Yoko his "lost weekend."

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1973 - November  John's album Mind Games is released.

1974 SeptemberWalls and Bridges released

1975 - John and Yoko are reunited. The Beatles' final dissolution takes place in London.

 February Rock and Roll Music released

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October 9, 1975 -Sean Taro Ono Lennon is born at New York Hospital on John's thirty-fifth birthday. John is ecstatic. He exclaims, "I feel higher than the Empire State Building."

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 October Shaved Fish released

October 23, 1980 -John's first new single, "(Just Like) Starting Over," is released.
November 17, 1980 - The Double Fantasy album is released internationally. Plans are discussed for a world tour.
December 8, 1980 - John and Yoko return to the Dakota in their limousine, after a recording session. As John walks toward the entryway of the building, a deranged assailant fires five shots, hitting John in the chest. By the time Yoko and police rush him to Roosevelt Hospital's emergency room, John Lennon is dead.

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November 1982
January 1984
January 1986
October 1986
October 1988
October 1990
January 1998
November 1998
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