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3.0 out of 5 stars
Titillating Strool Through Tittenhurst Park, 5 Mar 2010
Sit back and slightly enjoyed a manic stroll through the Life of John Winston Ono Lennon!
Featuring Interviews: Man Of The Decade :
Aquarius: Lennon and Ono from 1973:
David Frost: Lennon and Ono form 1968 period:
Unfortunatley not intact which is a shame because they are slightly disjhonted on the subject matter and the flow of the program!
The lovely sounds of cheap sound alike "Penny Lane" music but hey the original would have cost a arm and a leg to licensed!!
Some footage license from ITN Source and is 70 Minutes in total
Worth the price, but as I said a little disconnected, edited in a rather clumsy way!
Included comments from regularly seen press conferences from the other Fabs mostly Macca
I think the other DVD I bought along with this one is much better
That Title: The Beatles: Here, There and Everywhere (1963-1970) Color and B/W sourced from ITN 85 Minutes
Yes, the above title is vastly superior, although some clips used in the Lennon disc are not found here, this DVD is chaptered by year and clips are fully intact! The clips form 1967-1968 are the best I've ever seen especial the David Frost show from 1968 with Lennon/Ono in vivid black and white but once again bootleg versions still have the full show!! There is a curious Sgt. Pepper era Macca interview that is really intriguing! The India clips are fully vivid in color even the Harrison clip form Bombay is so crisp and clear although the Lennon DVD does have some other nice crisp clips as well including the Paris Airport interview with the "shorned" Lennons and of the auctioning of their hair and the bloody boxer shorts, all the other bootleg clips I've collected never had been seen in color like these, it still is a shame that full segments weren't at least chapter or given as extras to view. But the Here, There and Everywhere DVD has so much sharp and wonderful chapter clips to view so differently a keeper!
All in all I guess it better to have these to view than nothing at all, Cheers