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1 Solt, Andrew and Egan, Sam Imagine : John Lennon
London Bloomsbury 1998 0747501882 / 9780747501886 First Hard Cover Near Fine Very Good 
Gold title on black quarter cloth with grey boards which have a blind embossed motif of John Lennon and his facsimile signature. A minor bump to top front corner tip else a very clean, tight and unmarked copy with no former ownership marks - a near ine copy. Dustjacket has light rubbing and is not price clipped - VG+. 255 pages in a large format. 'Forward' by Yoko Ono and preface by David Wolper. More than a tribute to John Lennon's art, the book emerged from a dazzling proposal by Yoko Ono to David Wolper, in which she offered to open Lennon's personal archives - a treasury of rare film footage, photographs and writings - to create his definitive film biography. Lennon's life unfolds in more than 250 photographs, two thirds in colour and duotone, many never before published. There are spectacular shots from the foremost rock photographers, including Annie Leibovitz, Ethan Russell, Allan Tannenbaum, Robert Freeman, Jim Marshall, Bob Gruen and Ken Regan. The text is drawn from the film of the book's script and features excerpts from new interviews with those closest to Lennon, including one with his aunt Mimi, who raised him and who has resisted talking to the press. A most lavish work on one of the cultural legends of the 20th century. **** A LARGE HEAVY VOLUME OF 1.52 KILO UNPACKED WEIGHT WHICH WILL REQUIRE EXTRA SHIPPING COST **** 
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