Beatles record Revolution

 

Beatles record John Lennon composition, Revolution. Recorded between 9–13 July 1968 and released 26 August 1968.

The song, its lyrics and political message was to become the focus of the left’s conversation with John’s credibility and direction as he shed his teeny-bop image.

 

Read the full blog: The Beatle, The Bankie & The Bouquet .

Photo montage of John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Jimmy Reid and in front of the Titan crane in the former shipyards of Clydebank

The full story behind John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s donation to Clyde shipbuilders of the UCS in 1971 as he went from Beatle to political and peace activist.

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