Sean Lennon at Occupy Wall Street

Sean Lennon [the son of JOHN LENNON] and Rufus Wainwright at Occupy Wall Street:

Material Girl Posted on October 25, 2011 by george-b|

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via Sean Lennon and Rufus Wainwright at Occupy Wall Street: Material Girl

Sean Ono-Lennon (guitar) – Charlotte Kemp-Muhl (Sean’s girl friend / accordion) – Dustin Hamman (guitar) – Josh Fox (banjo) – Rufus Wainwright (vocals) – Eden Rice (cymbals)
G G F G – chorus: G C D Em

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12 responses to “Sean Lennon at Occupy Wall Street

  1. Super energized start to the day!


  2. related:
    “…pipeline expansion project that would significantly increase the amount of oil the United States imports from Canada’s controversial Alberta oil sands…”
    – Daryl Hannah arrested at white house protest same topic as mentioned by Josh Fox and Sean Ono-Lennon …


  3. I agree with the above comment. Feel good energy is here in this post. Thanks!


  4. So sorry I missed this one! Thanks for posting!


  5. Way to go… 🙂


  6. He is singing that he is living in a material world. He is mega rich.


  7. I agree with you frizz, the wealthy should speak out against the unequal distribution of wealth. However, they are in a privileged position, so unfortunately the material world foregrounds their voices more than the voices of the 99%. As much as publicity of any kind is valuable, the cult of the celebrity is part of the capitalist/consumerist system. This has always been a hard one for me, as I also believe that music plays a vital role in shaping awareness.


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