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John Lennon: The Life: The Life | Hardback

Released on 01 October 2008

Author: Philip Norman | Format: Hardback

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The final word on music's greatest legend, in which Philip Norman reveals a John Lennon the world has never seen. With ground-breaking insight into the pain, beauty and frustration that shaped the genius of modern music, John Lennon: The Definitive Biography redefines a legend. John Lennon -- the iconic songwriter, composer and one quarter of The Beatles -- was a giant of the twentieth century. As the founding member of the world's most successful group ever, he changed lives. The popularity and significance of The Beatles is beyond comparison in our age -- in the UK alone, they released more than 40 number one singles and albums. But their impact extended well beyond their music. Their clothes, hairstyles, statements, and even their choice of instruments made them trend-setters from the 1960s to this day, while their growing social awareness -- reflected in the development of their music -- saw their influence extend into the social and cultural revolutions of the 1960s. Following the painful collapse of The Beatles, John came out a wiser but angrier person. Together with his wife Yoko Ono, he attempted to transform the world through non-musical means.Their bed-in in Amsterdam and Montreal, their black bag appearances on stage, their innocent flirting with political activists and radicals, all received massive media attention. These events were in search of world peace. John Lennon was shot dead by a mentally disturbed fan outside his New York apartment building on December 8, 1980.

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Ok, it is well written, impeccably researched and insightful in parts but overall, there are no real surprises in this. The controversy of John having an oedipal thing about his mother is just speculation and it is a sign of this writer's desperation to uncover something new on John. We all know John was chameleonic and a mass of contradictions but that is what made him the great artist he was.

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AuthorPhilip Norman
PublisherHarperCollins Publishers (United Kingdom)
Year2007
ISBN9780007197415
FormatHardback - 672 Pages
Illustrations30 b/w, 20 col plates (16pp), With index