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  1. John Lennon was one of three men nominated by eminent thinkers of the day as Man Of The Decade.. Lennon was nominated for the accolade by anthropologist Desmond Morris. The other choices were John F Kennedy, chosen by Alistair Cooke, and Hi Chi Min, nominated by Mary McCarthy.
  2. The Benefit Concerts, a Bootleg of songs by John Lennon. "One to One Concert" (WABC-TV Broadcast With Stevie Wonder, Sha Na Na, Roberta Flack and John Lennon & Yoko Ono With Plastic Ono Elephants Memory Band.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Man Of The Decade on Discogs. Label: Not On Label (John Lennon) - none • Format: Vinyl LP, Single Sided, Unofficial Release • Genre: Rock • Style: Interview, Classic Rock.
  4. "One To One Concert" WABC-TV Broadcast with Stevie Wonder, Sha Na Na, Roberta Flack, and John Lennon & Yoko with Plastic Ono Elephant's Memory Band 2. "Mother" outtake from TV broadcast plus 3. ATV "Man Of The Decade" complete Lennon segment with slate and ending credits Disc 2: The John Sinclair Benefit 1. Black & white from original.
  5. Remembering John Lennon Live at Madison Square Garden - The "One to One" Benefit Concert 40 Years Later In John Lennon & Yoko Ono were two highly publicized figures. The ex- Beatle was constantly in the news, on the front lines of the peace movement or helping support other activist causes.
  6. May 17,  · This is a great performance from Madison Square Garden. It was John's last concert with the Elephant's Memory Band. August 30, They were tight and VERY professional. John's words speak volumes. Ringo Starr (Richard Starkey) said that John could put in one or two verses what others need volumes to say. A must for any Lennon fan!Reviews:
  7. John Lennon Tribute Concert In Liverpool Lou Reed, Al Green, Terence Trent D'Arby, Kylie Minogue and Randy Travis are among the performers at a John Lennon tribute concert in his hometown of Liverpool, England.
  8. Early in August , John Lennon had the idea to perform a live benefit for the pupils of Willowbrook School in New York City, a state-run institute for children with mental disabilities. Following three days of rehearsals, two concerts took place on this day at Madison Square Garden in Manhattan, New York City.

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