I think john may have gotten into trouble with the hare krishnas for his lyrics in the tough sounding song, I
FOUND OUT. go ahead and listen yourself. I've always said that WORKING CLASS HERO out did any Dylan song, and I'm saying it again, here. ditto: listen to the music. LOOK AT ME is a mellow song, as mellow as anything by his former partner, McCartney. HOLD ON is also a real good song. Ah, I remember the mellow sunny days with this 8 track in my car stereo, (click, as the track changes)...I listened also those days to the Eagles greatest hits, and Joe Walsh, before he joined that band, but this one by Beatle John has far outlasted those two cartridges. which is not to imply that I have john's 8 track any longer, or, for that matter, the car. They (John and Yoko) were a very smitten couple , and saw each other as the mirrors of their souls, so they released doppelganger albums, with the same title. On Yoko's Plastic Ono Band, John served her as her guitarist on several numbers, and came up with some of the most fantastic, experimental playing ever recorded, this side of Jimi Hendrix, or that group which recorded MAGGOT BRAIN. Check out WHY, and WHY NOT. Julian, John's first son, identified ISOLATION as his father's best song. Sean's choice was YELLOW SUBMARINE, which of course is on a Beatles album, and is nowhere near to being as adult thematically as is this album (few are).