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The Daily Cut: Journey "Don't Stop Believin'"

Journey: ”Don’t Stop Believin'”

ALBUM: Escape

YEAR: 1981

WRITERS: Jonathan Cain, Steve Perry, Neal Schon

Reached number-nine on Billboard’s Hot 100 singles chart in 1981. As of 2011, it had sold more than five-million digital downloads and more than a million ringtones. 102 more words


It’s the Fruit Punch Countdown!

Since time immemorial, people have sung about fruit. From pagan-era harvest songs sung by jolly red-faced peasants to 18th century nursery rhymes like ‘Oranges and Lemons’, and even haunting anti-lynching melancholia like Billie Holiday’s ‘Strange Fruit’, there’s something lyrical, literal and metaphorical about edible seed-bearing plants. 787 more words


John Lennon MBE return letter valued at £60k


Image copyrightBEATLES STORY

Image captionThe letter was originally discovered inside a record sleeve

A letter John Lennon wrote to the Queen explaining why he was returning his MBE was found tucked in a record sleeve from a £10 car boot haul. 352 more words

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"Words ...slither wildly as they slip away across the universe."

”Words are flowing out like endless rain into a paper cup
They slither wildly as they slip away across the universe.”

– John Lennon, musician, songwriter, singer, social activist, writer…

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1599 Being For The Benefit Of Mr.Kite! - The Beatles (1967)

This song was written by John Lennon but is credited to Lennon-McCartney. It was first recorded by The Beatles in 1967. It was recorded at EMI Studios and was produced by George Martin. 98 more words


The Trick to It All: A Conversation with Photographer Henry Leutwyler

Cody Delistraty | Longreads | October 2016 | 12 minutes (3,326 words)

Born in Switzerland in 1961, the portrait photographer Henry Leutwyler was told he wouldn’t make it as a photographer. 3 338 more words


Sgt. Pepper and his Perpetually Perplexing Phallic Pyramid

**The ideas and interpretations presented here are entirely my own. I am not affiliated with the Golden Dawn, OTO, Grand Lodge or any other local Lodge. 2 463 more words

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