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A deep dive into the music and complex psychology of John Lennon, featuring interviews with such noted authors and podcasters as David Bedford, Dan Richter, Jude Kessler, Kit O'Toole and Ken McNab, as well as ex-Quarrymen bandmates Rod Davis and Colin Hanton
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John Lennon

Marina Jaqueline Ocaña Aguilar

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Apariencia del cantante, cuando murio y cancion mas conocida Cover art photo provided by Efe Kurnaz on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@efekurnaz
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Hi guys! My name is Audrey Lennon and I like to talk about relatable things, mostly pertaining to the beauty industry, make up, and cosmetic brands. Feel free to follow me on my socials, Instagram: @audreylennonbeauty and @lennonlashesofficial Twitter: @audlennonbeauty and @lennonlashes
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The John Lennon Hour

The John Lennon Hour

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Weekly radio talk show about John Lennon & The Beatles with guest authors, musicians, and experts from The Beatles World hosted by Jude Southerland Kessler, author of The John Lennon Series, http://www.johnlennonseries.com
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Questions For Lennon

Earwolf & Mike Hanford

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Got a query? Need some life advice? John Lennon (Mike Hanford) teams up with guests to answer questions sent in by you, the listener. You can find seasons 2-4, plus new weekly episodes of season 5, only on Stitcher Premium. For a free month trial, go to stitcherpremium.com/lennon and use promo code ‘LENNON’.
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Spiritual, emotional and financial abundance for the woman who is ready to create space for magic in life and business. Host Patty Lennon, a former type A Corporate Banker turned intuitive coach and speaker, is breaking the mold for personal development podcast using a blend of common sense, brain science, and a dash of magic.
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Join writer/director duo Robert Ben Garant and Thomas Lennon ("Night at the Museum" and "Reno 911!") as they discuss their directorial debut, "Hell Baby." The horror comedy tells the story of an expectant couple forced to enlist the help of the Vatican’s elite exorcism team after they move into a haunted fixer-upper in New Orleans.
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Hosted by Webby Honoree audio producer and music journalist Lennon Cihak, When Life Hands You Lennons spotlights music industry executives, musicians, and tastemakers. Throughout each episode, Lennon takes a deep dive into the guest's speciality, asking the questions that don't yet have answers. Previous guests include Cascada, Varien, Jason Grishkoff (SubmitHub), Seth Hills, DJ Swivel (Beyoncé, The Chainsmokers), Jody Friedman, ItaloBrothers, 3OH!3, and more. Become a supporter of this podc ...
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Comedian Dave Hill gives his first-person account of different periods throughout history while Jim Biederman, Chris Gersbeck and Jodi Lennon call bullsh*t on most of what he's saying. podcastingincident@gmail.com Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/davehillhistoryfluffer/support
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Robert Ben Garant and Thomas Lennon have made over a billion dollars for the Hollywood studios, banked bushels of cash for themselves, and earned the love and respect of film critics everywhere (that last part is not true) with hit movies like Night at the Museum franchise and The Pacifier. In "Writing Movies for Fun and Profit: How We Made a Billion Dollars at the Box Office and You Can, Too!" they share their hard-earned insider knowledge on how to structure, pitch, write, and drink with t ...
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And so we complete the milestone! Scott Phipps once again joins Antony to complete their whistle-stop, greatest hits tour through John Lennon and the 1960s. Scott gives us a brief sketch of each year through a few news events (some extremely random but no less interesting) before our two intrepid heroes each pick a Beatles/Lennon talking point, thi…
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What better way to mark Glass Onion’s century than with a traditional multi-parter? In the first of two shows to celebrate our milestone, Antony is joined again by Scott Phipps to take a whistle-stop, greatest hits tour through John Lennon and the decade that made him and which he helped propel into history. Scott puts on his ‘Rainbow Valley’ trous…
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In the last episode before we notch up our century, Antony flies solo to muse on and discuss various items of Lennon interest. In order, these are the 40th anniversary of the ‘Milk And Honey’ album, the cancelling and virtues of the Lennon-penned Beatles song ‘Run For Your Life’, May Pang’s 2022 documentary ‘The Lost Weekend: A Love Story’, the wor…
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We round off Glass Onion’s 5th year with a personal episode. Antony explores further his origin story with John Lennon and the ongoing relationship and fascination with the subject of our show (yes, it’s our show). You will also hear some writing that didn’t quite culminate in a book this year, and there’s some discussion of childhood, both Antony’…
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We conclude our 1967 odyssey by picking up from mid-June and detailing all the main Lennon and Beatles events for the rest of 1967. The Beatles are linked by satellite to hundreds of millions, they almost buy a Greek island, the Maharishi enters their lives and they make their own TV special just in time for it to be shown in black-and-white among …
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In this episode we start to work our merry way through the Lennon/Beatles events events of this most swinging of Beatleyears, reaching mid-June. The Fabs start off by releasing what could be their greatest single ever and then turn their full attention to creating what is surely at least their most famous album, Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band…
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1967 is a year that has gone into legend for various reasons. Was it the year of peace and love? Was there any real love in it at all? Or was it just like any other year, a heady mix of everything good and bad about the human race and society? Before looking at what was undoubtedly a ground-breaking and life-changing year for John Lennon and The Be…
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Ken McNab and I complete our discussion about his new book 'Shake It Up Baby!: The Rise of Beatlemania And The Mayhem of 1963' and the general atmosphere and events of that breathless year. This time round, we cover the second half of the year as our four intrepid musical explorers continue their furious work rate and have their first proper brushe…
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Jacob McCloskey is a former dance music journalist and current CEO of Emvoice, a voice synthesis platform that allows users to input notes and lyrics to generate an AI vocal. Jacob and I discuss the role of an artist now instead of 20 years ago, how Darude's "Sandstorm" stands the test of time, Grimes, neuroaesthetics, and more! Follow Lennon: Webs…
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Following the shows on 1962, we seamlessly move to 1963 with the welcome return of Ken McNab to talk about his new book 'Shake It Up Baby!: The Rise of Beatlemania And The Mayhem of 1963'. After Ken gives some thoughts on Peter Jackson’s ‘Get Back’ (his previous appearances on Glass Onion were prior to its release), we cover the events of the first…
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We complete our deep dive into 1962 in the outer world and in the Beatles family psychodrama, picking up from late July with Beatles events including a historic change of drummer, John Lennon’s marriage, the group’s first radio interview, their more than troublesome experience recording the simplest song in the world (Love Me Do), gigs with one of …
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Today Patty is breaking down and answering the question “How do I know what I’m being guided to do?” She shares her own journey, and gives herself as an example, all with the goal of helping you go through a time of so many shifts and changes. While we may be full of uncertainties, doubts, and fear, this episode will guide you through what those me…
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CVBZ is an independent artist and songwriter residing in Los Angeles, California. He's written a number of hit songs and recently sold sound recordings to a company called Duetti. He's very intelligent and open-minded, so there's a lot of wisdom sprinkled throughout. In this episode, CVBZ and I talk about how he's been able to do music full-time, b…
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In this episode, Patty explores a common struggle that we all go through at some point -surrendering. Surrender – the act of letting go – holds us in a vulnerability that can be terrifying. You’re having to go of something that’s important to you, that you love, and give unwavering trust. Today, we're delving into the heart of surrender and explori…
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We find ourselves in the middle of a temporary yet significantly transformative phase, with condensed potential for evolution and alignment. You might notice that things are no longer supportive of your evolution and commitment, and a lot of your established systems and beliefs may no longer feel true. While these shifts are a good thing, they can …
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J. Erving III is the CEO and co-founder of Human Re Sources, a music distribution and artist services company. J's company was acquired by Sony Music's The Orchard in 2020 for a multi-million deal. Human Re Sources and the team have helped artists like RAYE, Brent Faiyaz, Pink Sweat$, Baby Rose, Bren Joy, Damian Lillard, and more. Now that Sony Mus…
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Today we're diving into a topic that we all encounter at some point in our lives: that feeling of everything coming apart at the seams. It can be unsettling when it seems like our world is unraveling. But this might just be a sign that a system in your life has run its course, and it's time to make a brave move. “As long as the system supports evol…
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In this episode, Antony and Ghosty start discussing the Beatles/Lennon events of 1962, covering January to June. Particular focus is put on the Pete Best issue and the death of Stuart Sutcliffe, not to mention John Lennon’s contentious and highly unique reaction to that death. Every year in the Beatles story from around 1960 was packed with activit…
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Noah Tauscher is an independent musician based in Los Angeles, CA and originally from Hood River, OR. He makes his living on licensing his music for sync. This is Noah's first podcast, so be sure to give him a warm welcome! In his career, Noah has landed sync placements with Lenovo, AMC, Fender, and Netflix, among others. In this episode, Noah and …
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Karma is often understood as the deserving return of things you have done, often in the negative aspect. As in, if you do something bad, something bad will happen to you. But there's more to it than that. We need to remember that when we borrow teachings from different languages and cultures, some of the true meaning can get lost in translation. Wh…
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The show just hit the 4-year anniversary! Thanks for being here on this journey. Today Patty is talking about the 5th rule of receiving. Do your 100%. This is often the hardest step for many of us. We often feel like we need to do it all. Our 100% and more. Anytime we set out to achieve a goal or accomplish something there is a gap. We usually know…
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Justin Longo is the CEO and founder of MariNation Music, an investment platform that allows artists to sell shares of their business to fans. Artists are then able to use that money to purchase studio gear, increase marketing budgets, touring, etc. As your career continues to grow in social media numbers, streaming revenue, sync, touring, and more,…
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Grief and loss are inevitable parts of the human experience, and while we all encounter them at some point in our lives, our individual journeys through grief can each look different. However, one common aspect of grief is its stickiness. One instance of grief often brings front and center other unresolved emotions and past losses to the surface. “…
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Cassie Petrey is the co-founder and CEO of CrowdSurf, a music management firm that has worked with Britney Spears, Camila Cabello, Backstreet Boys, and many more. Cassie is an avid speaker and has spoken at SXSW and Forbes' 30/50 summit in Abu Dhabi. She has also seen the Backstreet Boys more than 200 times in concert! In this episode, Cassie expla…
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Our latest Lennon odyssey starts with a review of the events of 1962, a tangential conversation in which Antony and guest David ‘Ghosty’ Wills freewheel into all kinds of other territory before setting the listeners up with some pre-1962 context on the Beatles’ progress on their own journey to musical and cultural world domination. 1962 was marked …
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In this short and sweet episode, we’ll answer the question of identifying when to let go and when to push through. There are different signs that let us know what we have to do, and it’s just a matter of taking the time to see and recognize them. “Just because you’re taking a little bit longer to accept the call of freedom in your life doesn’t mean…
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In this episode, we’re continuing our discussion about help from the other side of the veil. Today we’re talking about our Council of Elders. Returning to the show is Patty’s good friend and mentor, Deana Paqua. Deana is a teacher and practitioner of cross-cultural energy medicine, contemporary shamanism, a reiki master teacher, licensed massage th…
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Joe Barham is the CEO and co-founder of HIFI Labs, a creative incubator and artist mentorship collective building an artist-owned, community-powered future for musicians. Fueled by web3 technology and industry-changing innovation, HIFI Labs' mission is to achieve a more equitable and sustainable music economy. He was the former Head of Music at Pat…
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In this episode, we dive into the fascinating realm of spirit guides. Our guest, Whitney McNeill shares her extensive knowledge and guides us through this topic. Whitney is a Certified Medium, Reiki Master-Teacher, and Spiritual Mentor. She’s the owner of the 6-figure business Messenger of Spirit, and has developed her own program called the Intuit…
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Today, Patty is talking about hope. And Inspiration. Hope is the belief that there is something better than where we are right now. Hope sustains us through the dark and the storms. “If there’s no hope, there’s nothing to reach for.” -Patty Lennon When we are making space for magic, we know that there’s a gap from where we are to where we want to b…
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Ebonie Smith is a Grammy-certified audio engineer and is Atlantic Records' Senior Producer and Engineer. She's worked on projects like Hamilton on Broadway, Janelle Monáe's 'Dirty Computer' album, and Cardi B's 'Invasion of Privacy.' Ebonie is also the founder and president of Gender Amplified, a non-profit organization that aims to celebrate women…
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We complete our latest Lennon journey with the conclusion of my analysis of some of the more telling quotes from the series of interviews conducted in September 1980 for Playboy magazine by John Lennon and Yoko Ono. This episode contains a lot of clips from the original audio of the interviews and focuses mainly on John's comments about who wrote w…
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Over the past few episodes, we’ve talked about feeling stuck, or lost, or not having a clue about where you’re going. When you feel this way, it’s important to remember that you’re not. You are on track. These experiences are simply a part of the experience of going through a transformation. “A lot of times because we don’t know the answers and our…
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This episode is a continuation of the conversation from episode 242 on what to do when we’re feeling lost. When we feel like we don’t know what to do, or we’ve lost our purpose, it all comes from feeling like we’re not enough. In this episode, Patty leads the discussion on why we sometimes feel like we’re not enough, what it stems from, and how we …
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James Mack is the co-founder and CEO of Listen Up!, a music and entertainment industry public relations agency. Most notably, Listen Up!'s client Black Coffee won Best Dance Record at the 2022 Grammy Awards. In this episode, James shares how Listen Up! signed Black Coffee onto their roster seven-and-a-half years ago stuck with him all the way to th…
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In this episode, Patty shares her own experience of having something physical deliver the message that you need to hear from the Spirit or the Divine, and how this led to her making the Oracle Card Deck. She shares how this deck has been helpful for her in delivering messages she needed to hear and be reminded of when she was going through her time…
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Today Patty is talking to us about how to navigate those times in life when we feel lost or disconnected. We all experience times when we may feel lost or abandoned, questioning our purpose. At times it can feel as though we are disconnected from everything. If you feel this way, please know you are not alone. Patty explains how she has dealt with …
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Vu Ho is an entrepreneur and music tech startup founder. He's a former engineering manager at Atlassian, the parent company for programs like Jira, Confluence, and Trello. He's now the CEO of HITMKR, a company that is building a new platform with the tools and resources musicians need to create art. In this episode, Vu and I talk music tech tools t…
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Patty shares a how-to in this episode. She’s breaking down her personal journaling method that only takes 5 minutes. She hasn’t always journaled, and it wasn’t her favorite thing to do. Maybe you can relate. That’s why she developed her 5-minute method and practice. She explains how the things we track expand. There’s science around why that happen…
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