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1. John Lennon's first album was recorded with a Japanese artist, Yoko Ono. It was an unconventional record containing sound effects, tape loops and instrument excerpts.
A distinguishing feature of the recording was a picture of John and Yoko naked on the front cover. What was Lennon's first recording called?
2. The first solo single was released by Lennon in 1969. It was recorded with an assortment of people; Lennon credited the recording to the Plastic Ono Band. What is this song that has continued to be used in anti-war causes?
3. The third solo single was written and recorded in a single day in 1970.
What is this song that includes the lyrics "Well we all shine on, Like the moon and the stars and the sun"?
4. A song from his first solo album, "John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band" documents his rejection of particular beliefs. What is this song that includes the lyrics "I don't believe in Beatles, I just believe in me Yoko and me"?
5. Often referred to as his 'signature' tune, this song was the title of his second album. Can you imagine the song's title?
6. "Sometime in New York City" was a double album that highlighted a range of social justice issues. This song's lyrics includes " Well we did the Staten Island ferry". It was the city Lennon made his home in the USA. Which city is it?
7. This song is the title of the fourth solo album. What is the song, which was released as a single, that includes the lyric "Millions of mind guerrillas, Putting their soul power to the Karmic Wheel" ?
8. Lennon's only number one solo single in the USA during his lifetime, this song was his first single from the 1974 album "Walls and Bridges". Which song is it?
9. From his 'tribute' album of late 50s/early 60s songs called "Rock and Roll", this single made the USA Top 20. What is this Ben E King song that contains the opening line "When the night has come and the land is dark"?
10. Lennon's 'comeback' album (with Yoko Ono), "Double Fantasy" was released in November 1980. It featured the first single from the album in the US, which he referred to as his 'Elvis/Orbison' track. What was this song?
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