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The John Lennon Story

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Paperback, 160 pages
Published 1976 by London Futura 1976.
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Oct 31, 2012 Joe rated it liked it
From the back cover:
"I'm a survivor. I came through everything... Beatlemania... The Maharishi... Therapy... American immigration... I put it down to experience."
--The words of John Lennon, ex-Beatle

To a whole generation, John Lennon is much more than just a singer, writer or performer, he is part of a legend, a symbol of peace, love and, to some, genius.
What has made John Lennon the person he is today? How has he survived being one of the most famous people in the world?
Here, George Tremle
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Also did The Paul McCartney Story. Both pretty average
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George Tremlett became a rock writer when the rock and pop music began in the mid 1950s. He left King Edward VI School in Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire, in 1957 and spent four years on the Coventry Evening Telegraph, writing their daily tv column and reviewing all the visiting pop package shows.

In 1961 he moved to London and became a freelance writer, working part-time for the New Musical Expr
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