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Yoko Ono: ‘Give Peace a Chance’ has become so powerful –

Yoko Ono: ‘Give Peace a Chance’ has become so powerful –

July 28
09:36 2016

In the interview, Yoko she talks for the first time about how John felt about turning 40, recalls her very first meeting with John Lennon in 1966, how the world reacted to the music she and John started making together and the writing of songs like Give Peace A Chance and I’m Your Angel.This programme airs as part of 6 Music Celebrates Pyschedelia for BBC Music’s My Generation season which – across the year, through the decades – is telling the history of pop music through tv, radio and online programming.On meeting LennonYOKO: It was like a miracle that happened. Everything was, when you think about it now, everything was set right. For instance, he was in Abbey Road studio and he just dropped in to see this show [Yoko’s exhibition at the The Indica Gallery in Mayfair on November 1966] And Abbey Road is [number] 3 Abbey Road. ‘3’ is a music number. Where Indica Gallery was, was 6 Masons Square. ‘6’ is the number of love. So the music came to love. Isn’t that amazing? Even on that level?

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