For Beatles fans, the Jan. 23, 1972 conversations are likely to be the most enjoyable. Not only can listeners hear the music in the background, Lennon frequently reacts to what he’s hearing.
Interviewee – John Lennon & Yoko Ono. Interviewer – Howard Smith (8). Liner Notes, Producer – Chip Madinger. Mastered By – Chris Grehan, Tom Lewis.
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The late 60s were a pivotal time for Lennon. The man who once claimed The Beatles were bigger than Jesus was arguably now bigger than the world-dominating group he’d soon be leaving. Having started his relationship with Fluxus artist Yoko Ono in 1968, his own life had, by the following year, become something of an art project in itself. Lennon and Ono were staging one of their infamous bed-ins at Montreal’s Queen Elizabeth Hotel on 29 May 1969, when NYC-based Village Voice scribe (and, later, Oscar-winning director) Howard Smith connected with them by phone.
Listen to music from John Lennon & Yoko Ono like (Just Like) Starting Over, Watching the Wheels & more. Smith Tapes: I'm Not The Beatles: John & Yoko Interviews Queen Elizabeth Hotel Montreal, Quebec. Yoko Ono and John Lennon collaborated on many albums, beginning in 1968 when Lennon was still a Beatle, with Unfinished Music N. : Two Virgins, an album of experimental and difficult electronic music. Two less controversial, yet equally challenging and experimental albums were released in addition to Two Virgins; Unfinished Music N. : Life with the Lions, and Wedding Album, both in 1969.
Smith Tapes: I’m Not The Beatles: John & Yoko Interviews 1969-72 features audio of Lennon and his wife discussing a wide variety of topics, including the couple’s political activism, their interest in primal therapy, the breakup of The Beatles and the band members’ solo work
Yoko Ono, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Sean Lennon & Julian Lennon, NYC - 1988. By the mid '70s he was already regarded as one of the foremost documenters of the scene working with major attractions such as John Lennon & Yoko Ono, Tina Turner, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Elton John, Kiss et. and also covering the emerging New Wave and Punk bands including The New York Dolls, Patti Smith, Clash, Sex Pistols, Ramones & Blondie.