Bringing new meaning to the term “ghost written”, a chap named Mike Powell claims to have access to music written by John Lennon since his death in 1980.
The former Beatle has apparently penned 350 new tunes since departing this life, 50 of which Powell has recorded and hopes to share with Lennon’s widow Yoko Ono.
The 56-year-old claims to have had a series of encounters with the late musician, beginning in 1992 after a visit to Powell’s parents’ graves, which have resulted in songs and artworks ‘transmitted’ from Lennon to Powell
One of the tracks to come out of this unconventional partnership, titled ‘Moma, I’m Home’, arrived during an encounter where Powell says he relived Lennon’s final moments. The same sighting also resulted in a painting of a smoking gun. Apparently the posthumous Lennon isn’t a big fan of subtlety.
by The Punjapit Alliance