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Much has been written about John Lennon's life and about the Beatles' music. What is often overlooked is the extraordinary solo work that John produced in the final decade of his life, 1970 to 1980. The period was a time of great creativity for Lennon in which he wrote some of his most powerful songs. Freed from the restrictions of the Beatles his style became more confessional than ever and his music gives an extraordinary insight into his life, feelings and beliefs.
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Paul Du Noyer began his career as a rock writer on the NME in 1978. He worked there until 1985 and in 1986 helped launch the rock monthly Q magazine where he was Editor from 1990 until 1992. He then became launch Editor of Mojo magazine, and is now a freelance journalist contributing to both Q and Mojo. He is the author of John Lennon: Whatever Gets You Through the Night, Modern Icons: The Clash, Modern Icons: Marc Bolan and the editor of The Story of Rock 'n' Roll: The Year by Year ChronicleReview:
"'Superbly researched and pacy...a fascinating window into the life and work of a twentieth century icon' Maxim"
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Book Description Carlton Books Ltd, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111844423174