Post by yerblues1968 on Apr 27, 2008 0:34:01 GMT -5
Strawberry Fields: Keeping The Spirit of John Lennon Alive
Release: July 15, 2008
Strawberry Fields Features:
In his first indepth interiew in over thirty years.
Phil Spector tells stories about "his brother" John Lennon,
their love for each other and the wonderful music they produced.
Almost one million fans from every corner of Earth
visit Strawberry Fields and the Imagine mosaic every year.
Our film documents their outpouring of love for John Lennon
with dozens of fan interviews filmed over the last seven years.
A photographic narration documenting the many milestones
in the life of John Lennon from birth through assassination.
Let us honor our greatest singer-songwriter
and the most influential political artist of the 20th century
with an International holiday every October 9thJohnLennonDay.com
Ode To John Lennon
by Patrick Lloyd Hulme
1980 Song For John
by Sebastian Mauroff
Let's Be Like John And Yoko
by Lori-ann Latremouille
Re-mix by David Kershaw
Strawberry Fields Revisited
by Sean Yox
John Lennon Day
by Amos Wengler
Crying For John Lennon
Produced by Phil Spector and Graham Ward
Strawberry Fields is dedicated to:
Ron “God” Moore
John Phillip McGraw
Films To Change The World
Videos Produced by eImagine.com
Phil Spector - On John Lennon Day, Posted May 2, 2007 (00.53 minutes).youtube.com/watch?v=iuqsgohjjr0
Phil Spector - On the Assassination of John Lennon, Posted May 2, 2007 (1.00 minute)youtube.com/watch?v=sX1on3Pr8uQwww.strawberryfields.net/