John Lennon's Guitar

Album: Welcome to the Show (1990)


  • Barclay James Harvest guitarist John Lees wrote this song. On the original recording of "Galadriel," he played the Gibson Epiphone Casino that Lennon had played during the Beatles' last ever live performance, in January 1969. This song describes that experience. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

Comments: 1

  • Kevin from Reading , PaFor a real gem of a song try to find BJH's "Titles," an ingeneous tribute to the Beatles with lyrics comprised entirely of Beatle song titles. The music is great, too. On the surface, it sounds like it should be kind of lame, but it really works. It's from '74 I think.
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