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United States United States. DJ since Sep 26, 2008
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autofyrsto - The last of the Beatles Christmas Records that I'll share today. This one features Tiny Tim covering Nowhere Man.
autofyrsto - Here is the first Beatles Christmas Record from 1963, way back when, before Beatlemania hit American shores.
autofyrsto - Too soon? The Beatles Christmas album was the last Apple Record of 1970.
autofyrsto - One more from Mrs. Lennon-Ono's solo debut.

Yoko Ono- Paper Shoes

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autofyrsto - My introduction to Mrs. Ono-Lennon was 'Touch Me', from the B-side of John's 'Power To the People' single.

Yoko Ono- Touch Me

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autofyrsto - "based around a sample from a discarded tape of George Harrison playing a sitar and a Ringo Starr drum break"

Yoko Ono- Greenfield Morning I Pushed an Empty Baby Carriage All Over the City

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autofyrsto - Brace yourselves for Apple Records' next release, JohnLennon/Plastic Ono Band's counterpart: Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band!

Yoko OnoWhy

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autofyrsto - "I don't believe in Beatles. I just believe in me."

God-John Lennon (Original Video)

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autofyrsto - Alternate take of 'Look at Me' from John Lennon's Plastic Ono Band album.
autofyrsto - John Lennon - Love - Phil Spector plays piano.
autofyrsto - John takes his social commentary to the next level.

Working Class Hero-John Lennon

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autofyrsto - 'Badge' by Cream, co-authored by George Harrison.


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autofyrsto - After 'All Things Must Pass', Apple's next release: 'John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band'. -"Mama, don't go. Daddy, Come home."
autofyrsto - The highlight of the 'Apple Jam' third disc to 'All Things Must Pass'.


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autofyrsto - "All Things Must Pass", including our time together with this stellar album in my Beatles marathon.

George Harrison All Things Must Pass Remaster

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autofyrsto - Frankie Crisp was the eccentric 19th century lawyers whose mansion Harrison later purchased.
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