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sit without playing any instruments. The effect is that the “music” is derived from simply ambient noise. This inspired Lennon to compose “Revolution-9” on the White Album in which the whole song is mostly incoherent noise - about 8 minutes long. Yoko Ono - First pen-pals with John who was interested in her avant-garde art. They later started to see each other and started a relationship together. She sung one line on “The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill on the White Album and was the first female to have lead vocals on a Beatles track. She was also a frequent guest in the studio - the only one. She had a great amount of influence on John’s music and composed a lot of music together (several albums). They got married after John divorced Cynthia. She was an active feminist and influenced John to be more involved in politics - especially anti-war, nonviolence movements. Michael Lindsay-Hogg - directed the promotional film for “Hey Jude”. The set itself was designed by McCartney. Allen Klein - served as a promotional manager for the Beatles for some time after Brian Epstein passed away. He had a lot of experience with the Rolling Stones and was introduced to them by Donovan. E Linda Eastman - She was an American photographer. Her and Paul met each other in London (May 1967). Paul McCartney’s wife, and she died of cancer in 1998 John Eastman - Linda Eastman’s brother; Lawer that worked under his Dad. Also negotiated a contract with the Beatles. Plastic Ono Band - Plastic Ono Band is a band concept announced by John Lennon and Yoko Ono in 1969 before the dissolution of the Beatles. They were credited with the song, “Give Peace a Chance.” Phil Spector - The producer of Let it be. He creates a “wall of music.” Uses a lot of instruments in the song that he produces. The Beatles chose him to replace the George Martin as their producer. Annie Leibovitz - She is a commercial photographer, who took the last photo of john lennon and yoko ono, which used in Rolling stones cover Jan 1981 Businesses A Indica Bookstore - opened by John’s friend Peter Asher, whose sister was Jane Asher, Paul’s girlfriend at the time; Paul was the first customer, buying a few books before the shop even opened Apple Boutique - one of the first business ventures by The Beatles’ Apple Corps, sold merchandise; when it closed, they gave everything away for free Apple Records - record label founded by The Beatles as a division of Apple Corps. Ltd.; idea
was conceived after the death of Brian Epstein; notable artists include James Taylor and Billy Preston, who played piano on some of The Beatles’ tracks; the former Beatles artists released solo work on Apple Records Places B Weybridge, Surrey Kenwood, St. George’s Hill estate: John Lennon was resident from the summer of 1964, until the late spring of 1968 Sunny Heights, St. George’s Hill: Ringo Starr’s mid-1960’s home after Lennon and Harrison bought houses already Shea Stadium, NY fifty-minute-long documentary of The Beatles' August 15, 1965, concert at Shea Stadium in New York City, the highlight of the group's 1965 tour.

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