Find a John Lennon - Interview 80 first pressing or reissue. Complete your John Lennon collection. DJ Andy Peebles interview with John Lennon and Yoko Ono for Daily Mail December 6, 1980, Hit Factory Studio, New York. This is one of the last interviews John taken, just three days before his death.
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John Lennon Interview Transcription. Bob Harris: John, let’s talk about New York, first of all. John Lennon: Alright, Bob. Bob Harris: Ok, because you’ve been here a good long time now and had a good long time to sort of digest the city. How do you feel about New York as a city? Do you enjoy it here? John Lennon: I still love it, I’ve been here 3 and a half or four years, something like that. Probably three and a half and the thing I like best about it is that A: it’s 24 hours. John Lennon:It spanned many eons, Bob, many eons. Well the rock and roll album, folks, started in ’73 after I finished ‘Mind Games’ and I was really in the middle of whats going on and ‘Uh, all the life, help!’. And I’d just done ‘Mind Games’ and I thought How could I have some fun instead of all this writing my feeling in all these songs? Being the writer and the artiste I thought What can I do to break that regime of writing the song?
PLAYBOY: "What do you say to those who insist that all rock since the Beatles has been the Beatles redone?" LENNON: "All music is rehash. There are only a few notes. Just variations on a theme. PLAYBOY: "Yoko, the single you and John released from your album seems to be looking toward the future. ONO: "Yes, 'Starting Over' is a song that makes me feel like crying. sexual and otherwise.
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Elizabeth Taylor: The Lost Interview. John Lennon: The Last Interview. The album cover – the infamous nude portrait of them– was to grace the pages of Rolling Stone‘s first-anniversary issue. John had just discovered the then-impoverished San Francisco-based magazine, and he’d agreed to give Rolling Stone the first of his coming-out interviews. What I realized when I read Lennon Remembers or the new Playboy interview was that I’m always complaining about how hard it is to write or how much I suffer when I’m writing – that almost every song I’ve ever written has been.
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|JL 7P||John Lennon||Interview 80 (7", Pic, Unofficial)||Wax Records||JL 7P||UK||1982|
|JL 7CD||John Lennon||John Lennon Interview 1980 (CD, Ltd, Num, Transcription)||Wax Records||JL 7CD||UK||Unknown|