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New Yesterdays
Lennon More Than a Memory
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Daubert and Holcombe's tribute to John Lennon.
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play hi-fi  Love All There Is
play hi-fi  One Movin Mind
play hi-fi  Like a Laser in Space
play hi-fi  Hold On To Your Dreams
play hi-fi  London's Ferris Wheel
play hi-fi  Willy Lo Lap Lam
play hi-fi  Don't Wanna Be Famous
play hi-fi  Long To Be There
play hi-fi  All Over Again
play hi-fi  You're The Way
Welcome to the Music of "New Yesterdays"!

John Daubert & Buddy Holcombe have written, composed, and recorded most of these songs at Daubert's home on the Tascam Portastudio. "Too Little Time" recorded "Famous" and "It's You" at MIke Caro's studio.
Why this name?
Yesterday's influenced music that is at least new to me! New Yesterdays!
Do you play live?
Played out since age 7. Now at 58. ALL moments were and will be special.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
Helps create PR for some artists to then get signed. Takes away from sales of some others and from labels. Gives every musician a media to be heard.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Would not be offered one at my age.
Band History:
Buy the book!

Oh yeah,,,,I'll get started on that soon.
Your influences?
My Dad, Elvis, The Beatles and tons of music long before and mostly up to the mid 70's.
Favorite spot?
Wingate, Durham County, England; Brigantine, NJ; Virginia Beach area; Bay Bridge Tunnel; Also, the Mountains in any state, especially New Hampshire and Maine. Florida, Arizona. Home is also great! Anywhere with family
Equipment used:
For songs not recorded with 2LT, Tascam Portastudio 488, a cassette deck. Yamaha and Alesis keyboards. Yamaha F-310 acoustic guitar. Various other guitars and bases from time to time if not on keyboard. One Shure SM57 mic for everything mic'd.
Anything else...?
We hope you enjoy our music half as much as we enjoyed creating it.

John and Buddy and the "Too Little Time" band
John Marnie
John 1973