12/8/09 10:27 pm
I only discovered it was the 29th anniversary of John Lennon’s death tonight, hanging out at Good News Cafe with some of my nicest neighbors.
I recently stumbled upon a recording of Paul McCartney performing at Shea Stadium last summer and was really touched to hear him play “Here Today,” McCartney’s tribute to John Lennon from his 1982 album “Tug of War”. I remember listening to my mom’s vinyl copy of that album (which I’m pretty sure she still has somewhere) on big headphones in my living room, growing up.
The other day I looked up the chords to the song, and tonight I decided to record myself singing and playing it. This is the first thing I’ve recorded that I actually feel is good enough to release to the world, so here’s my debut MP3: Jason Gohlke covering “Here Today” on December 8, 2009.
2 Responses to “Here Today”
December 8th, 2009 at 11:13 pm
*clap clap clap* <- non-sarcastically
now do Enter Sandman.
Gohlkus Maximus Says:
December 8th, 2009 at 11:16 pm
You’ll be waiting a while for that one… :)
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