The singer returns to New York welcomed by friends from the past
After a turbulent year apart from Yoko, a mellower Lennon says he's better for the journey and insists there's no bad blood between him and his old bandmates
Yoko is a delicate wind, racing around the world and trying to keep from disappearing altogether. But she's met her mountain, and while still working in lofty conceptual pieces she is holding on well to her kite string
In part two of a raw and remarkably candid interview, Lennon tells the stories behind some of the Beatles' biggest songs, goes in depth about the ongoing legal slog with his former bandmates and explains why he "[doesn't] believe in the Beatles myth."
In part one of a raw and remarkably candid interview, Lennon talks about the Beatles' breakup, his new life with Yoko, and why his new album, 'John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band,' is 'the best thing I've ever done.'
Bob, George, John, Phil, Ringo and Johnny . . . oh my!