Paul McCartney is convinced that John Lennon haunted the recording of the 1995 Beatles single “Free As A Bird” – in the form of a white peacock. McCartney, Ringo Starr and George Harrison were posing for a photograph outside the studio where the track was recorded when the bird wandered in the shot at the last minute.
Archive | December, 2010
Liam Gallagher has claimed to be the reincarnation of his idol John Lennon. He has also claimed to be visited by Lennon’s spirit. We at feelnumb can’t confirm any of those claims but we can confirm these photo’s of Liam with Lennon’s wife Yoko Ono. Taken October 10, 2005 in London, England at the Q Awards.
Kings Of Leon have not changed their music that much since their debut album in 2002, but their look has certainly changed. Here’s a breakdown of Nathan, Caleb, Matthew & Jared Followill look album by album. I’d call it a “Reverse Beatles” as The Beatles did the exact opposite, they went from clean cut with suits […]
John Bonham’s Ludwig Vistalite Black & White Candy Stripe swirl drum kit used during his time with Led Zeppelin was originally given to music critic Chris Welch by Bonzo himself. It is one of the only kit’s outside of the Bonham estate.
Zak Starkey is the son of The Beatles Ringo Starr and his Godfather was The Who’s Keith Moon. In a bit of irony, he in essence replaced his Godfather, Moon as drummer for The Who and has been an unofficial member of the band since 1996. It was Moon and not his father that taught him how […]
Pearl Jam originally named their second album “Five Against One.” The title was taken from a lyric in the song “Animal” (“One, two, three, four, five against one.”) Eddie Vedder explains why there was a last minute name change to “Vs.” instead.
This “Live Screen Film” was shown behind Oasis during “Live Forever” for their 2000 tour. It was also included in the live DVD Oasis – Familiar To Millions.
John Frusciante and Mike McCready both play beat up Fender Sunburst Stratocasters but who’s vintage Strat has the prettiest road beauty marks?
John Frusciante’s 1962 Sunburst Fender Stratocaster – Red Hot Chili Peppers
Mike McCready’s 1959 Sunburst Fender Stratocaster – Pearl Jam
The tattoo Layne Staley had on his back was inspired from a lyric in the Alice in Chains song he wrote “Man in the Box.” “Feed my eyes/ Can you sew them shut?” The tattoo was also inspired by the the “Man in the Box” music video.
These photos of John Lennon were all taken outside of the Lennon’s Dakota Apartment as he and Yoko Ono were leaving to the recording studio on December 8, 1980 between 5:00 -5:30 PM.