Top 10 most inspiring quotes by Julian Lennon
- Dad made me laugh a lot. He was a real comedian. He had a real sarcastic sense of humour, he could really make a fool out of people. I have to watch it a little bit, because I caught that habit from him. I was really fond of him. He was my idol.
- I am a complete mother’s boy. I try to do everything with honour, respect and grace because the last thing I would want to do is hurt her.
- Music’s been with me from the get-go. It was always around me as a kid. Dad got me my first guitar when I was 11 and, at school, if you wanted to be cool you had to be in a band.
- I’m one of those people who snake through the crowd, keep my head low. I’m not looking for attention.
- I have a short temper – I think it’s part of the Celtic background. I used to be a lot more angry, but I was quite discreet with it.
- I had always thought of starting my own record company. I haven’t regretted the decision – yet!
- For me my work is always being compared to my heritage. It has been quite a challenge unto itself just to drop into my voice and develop my individuated sound.
- Dad was a hypocrite. He could talk about peace and love to the world but he could never show it to his wife and son.
- I don’t meditate in any formal way, but I often lie in bed or find myself in nature and enter into that state of quiet where I get images, feelings, or melodies.
- A lot of people think that I grew up in recording studios and knew the whole process, but that was never the case.
Julian Lennon is an English singer, songwriter, and musician, born on April 8, 1963, in Liverpool, England. He is the eldest son of the legendary musician John Lennon and his first wife Cynthia Powell. Julian was named after his paternal grandmother, Julia Lennon.
In his early years, Julian showed a keen interest in music and began playing the drums and guitar. He was heavily influenced by his father’s music and grew up surrounded by the Beatles’ music scene. At the age of 11, Julian received his first guitar from his father, which further fueled his passion for music.
In 1984, Julian released his debut album titled “Valotte,” which achieved critical and commercial success. The album produced several hit singles, including the title track “Valotte” and “Too Late for Goodbyes.” Julian’s songwriting skills and melodic voice drew comparisons to his father’s musical style.
Over the years, Julian released several more albums, including “The Secret Value of Daydreaming” (1986), “Mr. Jordan” (1989), and “Photograph Smile” (1998). While his music received positive reviews, Julian chose to step away from the limelight for a while to focus on other creative pursuits, including photography and filmmaking.
In addition to his musical career, Julian is also known for his philanthropic work. He established the White Feather Foundation in 2007, which aims to promote environmental and humanitarian causes worldwide. The foundation’s name was inspired by a conversation Julian had with his father, who told him that if he ever passed away, he would send a white feather to let him know he was all right.
Julian continues to make music and is actively involved in various charitable endeavors. He has also collaborated with other artists and contributed to tribute projects honoring his father’s musical legacy. Throughout his career, Julian has left his own unique mark on the music industry while honoring his father’s memory.
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