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New Lennon Book by Ken Sharp

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"Starting Over: The Making of John Lennon and Yoko Ono's Double Fantasy"

due for publication on October 19th through Simon & Schuster/MTV books.

The book unfolds as an oral history told by all the key principals involved and includes new interviews with all involved—Yoko Ono, producer David Geffen, Jack Douglas, the session band, Rick Nielsen and Bun E. Carlos of Cheap Trick, engineers, videographers, record company personnel, videographers, media (David Sheff-Playboy), Andy Peebles-BBC Radio), Dave Sholin-RKO Radio), photographers (Annie Leibovitz, Bob Gruen) etc. John Lennon is represented via archival interviews.

The book also features a host of images taken by photographers David M. Spindel and Roger Farrington, who captured images of John and Yoko on the first day of recording. Each photographer also contributed an essay sharing their experiences photographing John and Yoko during this time.

Pre-order today:

STARTING OVER: THE MAKING OF DOUBLE FANTASY

Bernie

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popdude   

Hey Guys,

Since we're on the subject of upcoming John Lennon books, there's also one that I've written that's due for release right around the same time as Ken's.

It's titled "John Lennon: Life is What Happens," and it's a look at Lennon's life and music through words and photos (many of them rare pics of Beatles/Lennon memorabilia). There are also quotes about Lennon's influence from folks such as Dave Smalley, the Turtles' Howard Kaylan, Earl Slick and Tony Levin (both of whom played on the "Double Fantasy" record) - and Ken Sharp!

The book is being published by Krause Publications and is available for pre-order now on Amazon.com.

PRE-ORDER "JOHN LENNON: LIFE IS WHAT HAPPENS"

Ken's book looks fantastic, by the way - congrats to you, my friend!

Thanks, and I hope everyone is doing well.

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'John Lennon box'(CD11 piece set) is put on the market in Japan on October 6. commemoration of 30 years after the death,and during 70 years in the birth. Unsale sound source and the album is uncollected CD. Limited Edition.Label,Toshiba EMI.

Check it out!

I'm sorry in cramped English. The usage of the music term has not been understood yet. blush

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