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Mind Games - John Lennon - The Video Collection (Laserdisc)

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  1. Mind Games by John Lennon, Mint Sealed Album, Capital ReIssue Mind Games by - $ Games John by Mind Lennon, ReIssue Album, Sealed Mint Capital Capital Mint Sealed Games Lennon, ReIssue John Album, Mind by John Lennon "Imagine" Album John Lennon "Imagine" .
  2. John Lennon received a lot of flak for the 3 studio albums he made between (Some Time in NYC, Mind Games, Walls and Bridges). Rolling Stone, the magazine who promoted the art of being cool by trashing everything they believed wasn't drug-influenced enough, heavily and viciously criticized this album in particular, because it was not "Sgt. Pepper's"/5().
  3. The American release (on VHS and LaserDisc) was delayed by 6 months until 6th April , it made No. 26 on the Billboard Music Video Chart. The John Lennon Video Collection was a slick production with each video buffered by a monochrome image changing from negative to positive before Yoko's animated handwriting and a Lennon soundbite.
  4. Especially made to mark the 30th anniversary of the singer's death, this unique collector's DVD includes previously unseen footage and interviews with all the Lennon family - as well as previously unscreened interviews with Lennon himself. A fitting tribute to a great man.
  5. 11 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about John Lennon - The Video .
  6. "Power to the People" - includes images from the Tiananmen Square uprising, which seems very out of place, since it happened 9 years after Lennon's death. "Happy Xmas (War is Over)" - features some cute kids singing. "Mind Games" "Whatever Gets You Through the Night" - features some clever animation. "No. 9 Dream".
  7. After the hostile reaction to the politically charged Sometime in New York City, John Lennon moved away from explicit protest songs and returned to introspective songwriting with Mind Games. Lennon didn't leave politics behind -- he just tempered his opinions with humor on songs like "Bring on the Lucie (Freda Peeple)," which happened to undercut the intention of the song.
  8. for video. Click for tracks & lyrics. ‘Mind Games’ is the title track from John’s album, ‘Mind Games‘ and was released on 29 October with B-Side ‘Meat City’. “It was originally called ‘Make Love Not War,’ but that was such a cliché that you couldn’t say it anymore, so I .
  9. John Lennon - 1. The Video Collection 2. Live In New York City - Multiple titles - Laserdisk - This advert is located in and around London, NETHERLANDS. Display the previous image Display the next image Currently displaying 1 of 3 images.

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