Tag Archives: John Lennon

  1. Top of the Pops: Double Fantasy

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    November 11, 2014 by NowhereButPop

    by Andrew Doscas Rumor has it that one of the biggest reasons why John Lennon recorded Double Fantasy was because …
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  2. The Lifehouse Conundrum

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    September 24, 2013 by NowhereButPop

    By Andrew Doscas The Lifehouse Conundrum is an idea that I’ve mentioned in a few articles already, but by all …
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  3. The Dichotomy of Tupac

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    September 6, 2013 by Ian Goldstein

    By Ian Goldstein Now tell me what’s a mother to do? Bein’ real don’t appeal to the brother in you. …
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  4. How to be a Villain and Still be Loved by Everyone (Or at the Very Least Not Hated by Everyone)

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    July 15, 2013 by NowhereButPop

    By Andrew Doscas I’ve just bought Chuck Klosterman’s newest book entitled I Wear the Black Hat, made up entirely of …
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  5. Top of the Pops: Young Americans

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    February 3, 2013 by NowhereButPop

    by Andrew Doscas David Bowie (born David Jones) is one of the most easily recognized musicians the world has ever …
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  6. Snow Days, John Lennon, and the Loss of Potential

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    December 25, 2012 by Ian Goldstein

    By Ian Goldstein We all regret something. Or at least, we all hesitate about some decision, or non-decision that we …
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  7. Debating Greatness: The Beatles vs. The Rolling Stones

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    September 13, 2012 by NowhereButPop

    The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. The two 1960s pop music powerhouses. Yet with staunchly different feels, intentions, and impacts. …
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