John Lennon started out as as 'long-haired luvver from Liverpool', an ordinary lad who went on to do extraordinary things.
The Revolutionary Artist: John Lennon's Radical Years captures his forays into activism, his political views, and the music he created during the period.
The book focusses on the events below, with a heavy emphasis on interviews
- the 1969 Montreal bed-in
- the peace seminar Lennon attended at the University of Ottawa
- John and Yoko's Primal Therapy sessions in 1970
- Lennon’s first three major solo releases
- Lennon's commentary on all of the songs that he and Paul wrote
as the Beatles
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