Woman by Alan Clayson
The Incredible Life of Yoko Ono

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This riveting exposé of Yoko Ono covers her early life growing up as the eldest daughter of a wealthy Japanese family and her personal experience as a result of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima at the end of the World War II. Detailed are her move to New York for schooling during the 1950s, her first marriage to a composer, and her early days as an experimental artist in London during the early 1960s. New light is shed on her initial meeting with John Lennon and their 13-year relationship, and the rebuilding of her life after his tragic murder. Her life as artist, musician, businesswoman, and mother are explored from her youth to the present.
 

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No if's, no buts, Alan Clayson is a legend! He has written sNo if's, no buts, Alan Clayson is a legend! He has written successful biographies of some of rock's behemoths, such as tuccessful biographies of some of rock's behemoths, such as the Rolling Stones, the Beatles and Led Zeppelin, as well as he Rolling Stones, the Beatles and Led Zeppelin, as well as classical compose Edgar Varese and also Jacques Brel. He alsclassical compose Edgar Varese and also Jacques Brel. He also writes on music for the national press (particularly obituo writes on music for the national press (particularly obituaries) and the major music magazines. His own band is the awaries) and the major music magazines. His own band is the awesome Clayson and the Argonauts, which has been a part of hiesome Clayson and the Argonauts, which has been a part of his life since the 1970s. s life since the 1970s. Barb Jungr is a feature writer and columnist who has contributed to The Cambridge Companion to Blues and Gospel, The Singer, Folk Roots, and The Guardian. She is a singer-songwriter whose CD "Every Grain Of Sand" was on both the Telegraph and The Sunday Times' 10 best jazz CD's of 2002 lists. She was named International Artist of the Year by Backstage. Johnson is widely recognized as one of the finest songwriters working in the UK today. He has played pubs, clubs, pavements, pickets & benefits, theatres, arts centres & festivals, local radio. His record label Irregular Records has done much to focus a renewed interest in the chanson genre.
 
Published March 1, 2004 by Chrome Dreams. 320 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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