8 thoughts on “ Crippled Inside - John Lennon - Imagine (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Mozshura says:
    The second song on John Lennon’s Imagine album, Crippled Inside married the soul-searching themes of his earlier John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band to a rockabilly musical style. The song acts as a bridge between the album’s stately title track and the introspective ‘Jealous Guy’. By varying the mood with an upbeat country rock number, Lennon.
  2. Nagar says:
    Lennon wrote this for his Imagine album. The second track therein, it features Ted Turner of Wishbone Ash on acoustic guitar. Decades later - in a December trans-Atlantic phone call from Arizona - Turner told Geoff Dorsett of Portsmouth's Express FM how this came about. They had some mutual friends, and one night around 11 p.m. he received a phone call as the band was .
  3. Masar says:
    The keynote song itself was drawn from Yoko’s work. It was so influential upon John that he later said she deserved a co-credit. As far back as , in her collection of poems called Grapefruit, Yoko began each piece with an invocation to ‘imagine’: one example, from ’s Cloud Piece, is quoted on the album .
  4. Tusho says:
    Imagine John Lennon. M 2. Crippled Inside Lyrics. K 3. Jealous Guy Lyrics. K 4. It's So Hard John Lennon softened up and opened up on his second solo album.
  5. Tygole says:
    Label: Apple Records - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue Vinyl LP All Media Remastered, Stereo GZ Media Pressing • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock John Lennon - Imagine (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  6. Meztizahn says:
    Aug 21,  · Bass – Klaus Voormann Drums – Alan White Piano – John Lennon: A2: Crippled Inside Acoustic Guitar – John Tout, Rod Linton, Ted Turner Dobro – George Harrison Double Bass [Upright Bass] – Klaus Voormann, Steve Brendell Electric Guitar – John Lennon Piano – Nicky Hopkins: A3: Jealous Guy.
  7. Arall says:
    Imagine is the second studio album by English musician John Lennon, released on 9 September by Apple by Lennon, his wife Yoko Ono and Phil Spector, the album's lush sound contrasts the basic, small-group arrangements of his first album, John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band (), while the opening title track is widely considered to be his signature song.
  8. Mile says:
    After the harrowing Plastic Ono Band, John Lennon returned to calmer, more conventional territory with the album had a softer surface, it was only marginally less confessional than its predecessor. Underneath the sweet strings of "Jealous Guy" lies a broken and scared man, the jaunty "Crippled Inside" is a mocking assault at an acquaintance, and "Imagine" is a paean for peace in.

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