John Lennon photographer Roy Kerwood is publishing a book of his photographs of the recording of JOHN LENNON'S GIVE PEACE A CHANCE at the bed in, in Montréal in 1969 - News, Weather and Sports for Lincoln, NE; KLKNTV.com
John Lennon photographer Roy Kerwood is publishing a book of his photographs of the recording of JOHN LENNON'S GIVE PEACE A CHANCE at the bed in, in Montréal in 1969
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BURNABY, BC, Feb. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - Roy a photographer of John Lennon has
just launched a project to publish the book JOHN LENNON'S GIVE PEACE A CHANCE the book. The project is currently on kickstarter.com. The book will be released on June 1st this year to commemorate the 45th year since the event took place.
Taken in 1969 these 40 exquisite photographs show a unique perspective
of the recording of one of the world's most recognized peace songs. The
song GIVE PEACE A CHANCE byJohn Lennon was recorded over a three-day period in the hotel Queen
Elizabeth, in Montreal in room 1752- 1754 on June 1, 1969. This book
recounts the events surrounding the recording, the people that Roy
Kerwood met there and some stories that nobody knows except Roy, John
and Yoko because they were the only three people in the room.
Interesting things happened in those rooms when there were no cameras
around and I was fortunate enough to be in the rooms with no cameras,
but my own, there were some flickering candles as well as John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Timothy Leary, and Rosemary Leary, Derek Taylor, Tommy
Smothers, myself tripping on LSD.
Roy Kerwood tells how truly upset and un-nerved Yoko really was and the
very special thing he did to calm her down.
What JOHN LENNON really thought about Al Capp and how John Lennon vented
his anger at Al Capp.
Signed numbered collectors editions are available as rewards on my
kickstarter.com http://kck.st/KQJtKP.There will be only 500 Collector's 1st edition leather bound copies, ever to be printed and only available to
backers. John Lennon memorabilia is very collectible.