19 September 2010
It comes down to what you want at Strawberry Fields – I see it as a silent, sombre place to reflect, others see it as a gathering place for people to play. I'm just glad my point of view is shared by the people who make the decisions. ITSWD – love the photo.
9 April 2012
17 March 2012
This really makes no sense…. John was a freaking MUSICIAN and now MUSICIANS can't play there! I've always wanted to go there since my favourite Beatle is Johnny, and I imagined people paying their respects differently. Some may want to perform his songs as a tribute to him while others may want to silently pay their respects. Whoever suggested that bright idea may need some mental help…
4 September 2009
Last weekend I happened to be in NY. Stopped at the Dakota and then across the street to Central Park and Strawberry Fields.
I understand people wanting to play music, but am happy it was peaceful and serene there.
(on a side note, it was nice to see grass and trees)
3 May 2012
My friend is going to New York in a few months with a friend of hers and I´m going to ask her to pop by there and take some pictures for me – wish I was going!
''We're just knocked out. We heard about the sell out. You gotta get an album out, you owe it to the people. We're so happy we can hardly count.''
1 November 2012
Perhaps a second memorial, as someone suggested, would be in order.
It could be a glass structure, modern, with lots of open air atriums. Call the place Glass Onion. Let musicians do whatever they want there.
However, mimes should be arrested on the spot.
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