I Saw Her Standing There by John Lennon

John Lennon & Elton John LIVE – I Saw Her Standing There

Madison Square Garden 1974 November 28 (Thanksgiving). John Lennon came on stage as special guest at the Elton John concert and they did three songs together…

I Saw Her Standing There by John Lennon sheet music is available for downloading in digital format.

Madison Square Garden’s Greatest Moments: #22 John Lennon

This is a piece that was made for the 50th anniversary of Madison Square Garden. It features John’s unannounced appearance at Elton John’s show on Thanksgivi…

What would you do if you woke up in the middle of the night? And saw the ghost of John Lennon standing next to you? What would you say to him?

I Saw Her Standing There by John Lennon sheet music is available for downloading in digital format.

Probably ask him to sing Working Class Hero. Not really, I don’t know. I’m a fan of his but then again I think I’d probably freak out at seeing him 31 years after his death as a ghost.
“. YOU’RE JOHN LENNON! AHHHHHHHHH!”Then I’d cry of happiness XD
“Whoa! I must be IMAGINing things! John Lennon? HERE! In MY ROOM! Far out, man! How ya doing?”

Where were the guards of the hotel when John Lennon was shot? I noticed they were there standing all day but in the re enactments of his death no one is standing there. If the guards were there they could have stopped him from being shot.
it wasn’t a hotel. it was an apartment building. there were no guards. and that retard would have just waited for another chance.
There were no guards.If you saw someone “standing there all day” it was probably the Doorman.
How could anybody have hated John Lennon and what he stood for? I saw a documentery last night called The U.S. vs. Jon Lennon. His message was peace, and guess what had a problem with his message and freedom of speech? You guessed it the Republicans! Sound familliar? The Republican media did the same thing to the Dixie Chicks and tried to make villans of them for protesting against the war. Do Republicans love war and hate peace? .and if this is true than why in the world do people vote for them?I meant to put:guess what people had a problem with him and freedom of speech?Hey fighting Irish, Their is nothing brave about pushing a button and killing innocent women and children. This is very common in war. Stop watching action movies and thinking your tough. People who talk like you are usually the biggest cowards. I have personally seen enough nonsense blood shed to want to believe that peace can happen. and I garuntee you I am no P#ssy, I am an Army veteran!Dan W, open your mind and try to figure out the simple economics. Republicans support big business and corperrations and vice versa and what exactly is the media? You guessed it! . a corperate business! Do the math!
It was a different time back then..we had censorship back then..he message was good during the 60s but it got old

Imagine no posessions.Republicans don’t have a problem with John Lennon’s music. It’s the idea of communism that bothers us. Liberals will never understand that because they don’t understand simple economics. If they did, they wouldn’t be liberal.As far as the Dixie Chicks, I don’t see why the 1st Amendment should extend to Americans shooting their mouths off AGAINST America while their feet are planted on FOREIGN soil. As a matter of fact, I think any American who does that publicly should not be allowed to step off the plane on American soil once they land on their trip home.And what Republican media are you talking about? Are you so liberal that you can’t see or understand the liberal bias in the media?***Your economic reasoning is based on wives’ tales and falsehoods that liberals hide behind trying to justify their arguments. Period. I’m boiling economics down to the simplest of terms, which are that you can’t redistribute wealth equally, then expect to have productive individuals in society. Why should I work my ass off while the next guy doesn’t, then watch that guy get as much as me? This is why the Soviet Union failed. What is so hard to understand about that? It astounds me that mature adults out there cannot grasp that one simple concept.

He was only for peace when we were fighting Communism. I don’t recall John Lennon ever speaking out against the many human rights violations committed by the Soviet Union. I hate Lennon and all Communists.

Well, hardly anyone liked Yoko as a person or as an artist, so you do have to wonder about his judgement.Imagine no possessions. Hard to do when you are a multi-millionaire living in NYC.Actually, it seemed like John Lennon was becoming less a communist and more of middle-aged homebody. Look at the lyrics of his last albums. Love songs like “Woman”, not much call to revoluton stuff. Hard to hate a guy like that.Did you see that parody of the Dixie Chicks on MadTV last night? it was hillarious.The Republican media? They wish.Oh, by the way, we have been dagged into most wars by Democrats in the past 100 years. Think hard, I know it will be difficult for you.It is hard to vote for either party. Try Libertarian next time. Don’t throw away your vote.

How many times did the Beatles appear on the Ed Sullivan Show? And what years? I know the first one was in 1964 on their first US tour, but when were the others? (If there were others)
Yep, in 1964 they performed live, twice in February. And that was it, although the Beatles did send promotional tapes which were played over the Ed Sullivan shows like Paperback Writer & Rain in 1966 & Hello Goodbye in 1967, but they never perform live on the show again.

they did 4 performances on the ed sullivan show:1.february 9 19642.february 16,1964 from the deauville hotel in miami,fl3.february 23,1964(show was taped on february 9)4.august 14,1965(performance shown september of 1965)they also made an appearance of sorts in either may or june of 1966 to introduce the promo clips for paperback writer and rain,also their promo clip for hello goodbye was shown on the ed sullivan show in december(the beatles appeared via telegram),also(if memory serves)the ed sullivan show also showed in 1970 promo clips of let it be,the long and winding road,and(i think)two of us from the let it be movie!Colin

02/09/1964 – 8:00-10:00pm – The Beatles first live US performance (and their first live performance on American TV) as they make their first appearance on this show from New York. 50,000 people had applied for the 728 available seats. An estimated 73 million viewers watch that night (or 23,240,000 households based on an A.C. Neilsen rating). At the time this is the largest audience to ever watch any television program. George Harrison plays a Gretsch Country Gentleman. John Lennon plays his 1958 Rickenbacker 325 painted black. Paul McCartney plays his Hofner Sunburst 500/1 and Ringo Starr plays an oyster black pearl colored Ludwig kit. The following days all the musical equipment companies represented are besieged with orders for similar equipment.02/16/1964 – (8:00-9:00pm) The Beatles second live performance on the show is from The Deauville Hotel’s “Mau Mau” Club, Miami Beach, Florida. Brian Epstein watches the performance from his Miami hotel room. An estimated 70 million viewers watch that night (or 22,445,000 households based on an A C Neilsen rating). Songs performed: She Loves You, All My Loving, This Boy,_I Saw Her Standing There, From Me To You, and I Want To Hold Your Hand. For this show, John Lennon is seen playing a brand new black 1964 Rickenbacker 325 “Jetglo” guitar (serial number DB122) he had been presented that day.02/23/1964 – 8:00-9:00pm -Transmission of The Beatles third appearance on the show (recorded 9 February 1964). The Beatles become the first artists performing 3 times on the program. Songs performed for this show are: Twist And Shout, Please Please Me, and I Want To Hold Your Hand. Ringo Starr’s drum kit for this performance features a new, 20″ Remo Weather King bass drum.


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