John Lennon : For The Record (McCabe, Peter, and Robert D. Schonfeld)

John Lennon : For The Record (McCabe, Peter, and Robert D. Schonfeld)

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Used. Very Good. Cover has some scuffs, creases, and shelfwear. Inside pages look good.

Paperback. Bantam (1984). 

 

Speaking out on everything from the wild, early days to the Beatles' breakup to what he really thought about Paul, George, Ringo, Linda, Brian, Allen and others. Taped in 1971 in New York City following the Beatles' breakup, these startling conversations with John Lennon are now available to the public for the first time ever in their complete form. Now you will encounter a Lennon you've never seen before, a man totally committed to a new life after the Beatles and to his love for Yoko ... yet also embittered by bad business moves and a pop world that only aimed "to give the public what it wants." Here is Lennon at the turning point, looking to the future and a full, satisfying creative life that promised so much more.