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In 1997, Stories Behind the Songs - John Lennon was first released by (?).

Stories Behind the Songs - John Lennon

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Series
Stories Behind the Songs
Author
Paul Du Noyer
Release date
Format
Paperback
Original RRP
£12.99
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???
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(?)
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1st editionEdit

In 1997, Stories Behind the Songs - John Lennon was released by (?).

Cover blurbEdit

Idealist, joker, showman, activist, poet and musician, John Lennon and his songs influenced a generation. This is the only book which explores the stories and thinking behind every song he wrote after leaving The Beatles - from the idealism and inner doubt of Imagine to the love songs on Double Fantasy. Illustrated throughout, this is essential reading for everyone who has been moved by the lyrics of one of the legendary icons of pop culture.

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Stories Behind the Songs - John Lennon
Series
Stories Behind the Songs
Author
Paul Du Noyer
Release date
Format
Paperback
Original RRP
???
No. of pages
???
Publisher
(?)
Previous book
N/A
Next book


2nd editionEdit

In 2000, Stories Behind the Songs - John Lennon was released by (?).

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Unknown.

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Stories Behind the Songs - John Lennon

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Series
Stories Behind the Songs
Author
Paul Du Noyer
Release date
Format
Paperback
Original RRP
£9.99
No. of pages
???
Publisher
Carlton Books
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N/A
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3rd editionEdit

In 2010, Stories Behind the Songs - John Lennon was released by Carlton Books.

Cover blurbEdit

John Lennon's life in the years between 1970 and his tragically young death in 1980 were eventul and fascinating. He moved from stardom in the world's biggest pop group, to global peace campaigner and figurehead for radical causes. He left England for a new life in the USA with Yoko Ono. There was a bizarre interlude of 18 months – his famous "lost weekend" – when John ran off with Yoko's secretary May Pang and descended into alcoholism. Reunited with Yoko, he abandoned public life and retired to his New York apartment to raise their son and live the life of a recluse. In 1980 he re-emereged with a new album, but the plan to resume his career was cruelly curtailed on that fateful night outside the Dakota Building.

This book recounts John's life after The Beatles in a fascinating and revealing track-by-track analysis of the stories behind each song that he wrote.

Paul du Noyer was born in Liverpool. He began as a writer for NME, moved on to edit Q and launched the rock monthly Mojo.

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