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LENNON, John, Winston (1940-1980).
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LENNON, John, Winston (1940-1980).\nPoet, prophet, singer, songwriter.\n\nTHE PLASTIC ONO BAND ALBUM IN ITS ENTIRETY\n\nAutograph and typed manuscript with autograph edits and annotations, inscribed and signed "to art with love from John 6/8/70", for Dr. Arthur Janov, London, August 6, 1970. The manuscript consists of 12 pages, quarto, with one page for each track on the album plus an additional autograph note signed "John and Yoko" [all in the former's hand]. The first page is an autograph manuscript for the final track on "Plastic Ono Band," "Mummy's Dead," a small self-portrait with tears coming from Lennon's left eye, also graces the page. Four of the 11 tracks present are original typed pages and would have been typed by Lennon as he developed the songs. On "God", he initially types i-Ching, and then correction-strikes to a lower case 'c'. The other 7 tracks appear to be very good secondary carbon copies. In addition to the one full autograph manuscript, 6 of the pages, therefore 6 of the tracks have some autograph annotations, corrections and edits in Lennon's hand. The manuscript is in excellent condition, and is stapled between two bond pages, thus we know the initial order Lennon was planning. The autograph note reads "to Art and Vivian and all at number nine from John and Yoko and all at number 3". Dr Janov is the author of 1970's Primal Scream which kicked off a small revolution in psychotherapy. In this same year, Lennon contacted Janov at his Venice, California clinic and arranged for him to come to London for the summer to conduct one-on-one primal therapy. The good Doctor found Lennon in a ragged state. But over the sessions, he started to come around, and would go on to become an influential exponent of Primal therapy.\n\n"The Plastic Ono Band" was John Lennon's first non-Beatles record following as it did the beautiful swan song that was the White Album. Released on December 11, 1970, 4 months after Lennon compiles this manuscript, it rose as high as number 6 on the charts. It was a definitive departure from what had come before and 'fans' found it hard to adjust. It was brutally honest, razor edged, angry, witness the track "Working Class Hero". Lennon alone with acoustic guitar, stripped down, like a demo from some uncivilized year before, "Keep you doped with religion and sex and TV And you think you're so clever and classless and free but you're still f--king peasants as far as I can see /a working class hero is something to be there's room at the top they are telling you still but first you must learn to smile as you kill if you want to be like the folks on the hill." Lennon makes two autograph edits to "Working Class Hero." But then there's the preceeding track, the ballad "Love." No more beautiful and positive piece of music easily comes to mind. "Love is real real is love love is feeling, feeling love Love is wanting to be loved Love is touch, touch is love, Love is reaching, reaching love Love is asking to be loved Love is free, free is love Love is giving, giving love Love is needing to be loved Love is you love is me Love is knowing we can be". There is one track present which did not appear on the album entitled "How," and one track, "Well Well Well", which is on the album, is not present. A number of the songs vary from the final, published versions. One track, published as "Hold On" appears as "Hold on John" in the manuscript. Lennon's holograph overwrites his typing in a passage "Hold on Yoko, Yoko hold on It's gonna be alright You gonna make it fly" changing it to "You gonna make the flight", which is how the song is published. In "God", "God is a concept by which we measure our pain", after "I don't believe in Beatles" [the conclusion of a long list], Lennon adds an asterisk, and writes below "add your own heroes", basically indicating the point is just don't believe in heroes, believe in yourself. On "Look at Me", with lyrics like "Look at me who am I supposed to be", he writes at the top of the page "(pre-Janov!)". The manuscript was enclosed in a white envelope upon which Dr. Janov has written "John's Lyrics". (2)
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"The Plastic Ono Band" was John Lennon's first non-Beatles record following as it did the beautiful swan song that was the White Album. Released on December 11, 1970, 4 months after Lennon compiles this manuscript, it rose as high as number 6 on the charts. It was a definitive departure from what had come before and 'fans' found it hard to adjust. It was brutally honest, razor edged, angry, witness the track "Working Class Hero". Lennon alone with acoustic guitar, stripped down, like a demo from some uncivilized year before, "Keep you doped with religion and sex and TV And you think you're so clever and classless and free but you're still f--king peasants as far as I can see /a working class hero is something to be there's room at the top they are telling you still but first you must learn to smile as you kill if you want to be like the folks on the hill." Lennon makes two autograph edits to "Working Class Hero." But then there's the preceeding track, the ballad "Love." No more beautiful and positive piece of music easily comes to mind. "Love is real real is love love is feeling, feeling love Love is wanting to be loved Love is touch, touch is love, Love is reaching, reaching love Love is asking to be loved Love is free, free is love Love is giving, giving love Love is needing to be loved Love is you love is me Love is knowing we can be". There is one track present which did not appear on the album entitled "How," and one track, "Well Well Well", which is on the album, is not present. A number of the songs vary from the final, published versions. One track, published as "Hold On" appears as "Hold on John" in the manuscript. Lennon's holograph overwrites his typing in a passage "Hold on Yoko, Yoko hold on It's gonna be alright You gonna make it fly" changing it to "You gonna make the flight", which is how the song is published. In "God", "God is a concept by which we measure our pain", after "I don't believe in Beatles" [the conclusion of a long list], Lennon adds an asterisk, and writes below "add your own heroes", basically indicating the point is just don't believe in heroes, believe in yourself. On "Look at Me", with lyrics like "Look at me who am I supposed to be", he writes at the top of the page "(pre-Janov!)". The manuscript was enclosed in a white envelope upon which Dr. Janov has written "John's Lyrics". (2)

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Autograph and typed manuscript with autograph edits and annotations, inscribed and signed "to art with love from John 6/8/70", for Dr. Arthur Janov, London, August 6, 1970. The manuscript consists of 12 pages, quarto, with one page for each track on the album plus an additional autograph note signed "John and Yoko" [all in the former's hand]. The first page is an autograph manuscript for the final track on "Plastic Ono Band," "Mummy's Dead," a small self-portrait with tears coming from Lennon's left eye, also graces the page. Four of the 11 tracks present are original typed pages and would have been typed by Lennon as he developed the songs. On "God", he initially types i-Ching, and then correction-strikes to a lower case 'c'. The other 7 tracks appear to be very good secondary carbon copies. In addition to the one full autograph manuscript, 6 of the pages, therefore 6 of the tracks have some autograph annotations, corrections and edits in Lennon's hand. The manuscript is in excellent condition, and is stapled between two bond pages, thus we know the initial order Lennon was planning. The autograph note reads "to Art and Vivian and all at number nine from John and Yoko and all at number 3". Dr Janov is the author of 1970's Primal Scream which kicked off a small revolution in psychotherapy. In this same year, Lennon contacted Janov at his Venice, California clinic and arranged for him to come to London for the summer to conduct one-on-one primal therapy. The good Doctor found Lennon in a ragged state. But over the sessions, he started to come around, and would go on to become an influential exponent of Primal therapy.


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