Imagine: not a great track

I had a documentary on in the background this evening entitled Imagine: John Lennon. You can probably guess the subject matter.

Anyway, it signed off with the version of Imagine in which Lennon, wearing white, sits at a white piano in an otherwise empty white room with floor-to-ceiling windows.

I have to say, the song can only be described as foundering. Maybe this post will become a Googlewhack, through the words imagine and foundering.

Tomorrow, I will begin critiquing Michelangelo’s Creation of Man.

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2 Responses to “Imagine: not a great track”

  1. Rob on March 27th, 2006 18:51

    Are you saying you think, “Imagine” is a crap song? Sinking to the depths?

    Cheesy it is, that’s for sure, but not sure I agree with your word. I suspect this will be a hot topic?

    P.S. Googlewhack – intersting… I wonder how long it will be before the big G goes the way of the big Y and is replaced by the big R?

  2. Dan on March 28th, 2006 03:58

    You’re right. Foundering was a second choice of word. Originally, I thought ‘turgid’, thinking it meant dreary and aimless. It doesn’t. Turbid is closer, but not quite right. Not sure what word I’m thinking of.

    Anyway, it’s dreary!

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