NYX 360: Is It Back?

Plastic Ono Band, 1969. L-R: Klaus Voormann, A...

Plastic Ono Band: Klaus Voormann, Alan White, Yoko Ono, John Lennon and Eric Clapton; Image via Wikipedia

OK, OK, I know I said earlier this month I was pulling the plug on NYX 360, but a couple of things happened since then.

A few people e-mailed me and said they can’t follow my tweets; their firms don’t permit access.  Also, I think I figured out a way to compile 360 faster by cutting and pasting from tweets, so as not to take so much time away from my day job. 

So I thought I’d give it another try. The plan is to post on an occasional basis, when I gather a critical mass of stuff.  To save time I’m also not going to name all the original sources and convert their names to links, as I used to.  You’ll just get a headline and a link.  It ain’t elegant, but does it work for you?   Let me know what you think.

“Good evening, welcome to the rehearsal,” John Lennon told the audience at the start of “Plastic Ono Band Live Peace in Toronto.”  “We’re just going to do numbers that we know, ‘cause we’ve never played together before, and…”  And then with a “Well it’s a-one for the money, two for the show…” he and Eric Clapton et al proceeded to tear it up.

I’m not sure exactly how this will turn out  either, but it’s a-one for the money…


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