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With John Lennon And Yoko Ono by David Sheff September , Published January A candid conversation with the reclusive couple about their years together and their surprisingly frank views on life with and without the Beatles. To describe the turbulent history of the Beatles, or the musical and cultural mileposts charted by John Lennon, would be an exercise in the obvious. Much of the world knows that Lennon was the guiding spirit of the Beatles, who were themselves among the most popular and profound influences of the Sixties, before breaking up bitterly in Some fans blamed the breakup on Yoko Ono, Lennon's Japanese-born second wife, who was said to have wielded a disproportionate influence over Lennon, and with whom he has collaborated throughout the Seventies.

In , the Lennons became unavailable to the press, and though much speculation has been printed, they emerged to dispel the rumors -- and to cut a new album -- only a couple of months ago. The Lennons decided to speak with Playboy in the longest interview they have ever granted. Free-lance writer David Sheff was tapped for the assignment, and when he and a Playboy editor met with Ono to discuss ground rules, she came on strong: Responding to a reference to other notables who had been interviewed in Playboy, Ono said, "People like Carter represent only their country.

John and I represent the world. Here is Sheff's report: There was an excellent chance this interview would never take place. When my contacts with the Lennon-Ono organization began, one of Ono's assistants called me, asking, seriously, "What's your sign?

I could imagine explaining to my Playboy editor, "Sorry, but my moon is in Scorpio -- the interview's off. I supplied the info: December 23, three P.

Thank my lucky stars. The call came in and the interview was tentatively on. And I soon found myself in New York, passing through the ominous gates and numerous security check points at the Lennons' headquarters, the famed Dakota apartment building on Central Park West, where the couple dwells and where Yoko Ono holds court beginning at eight o'clock every morning.

Ono is one of the most misunderstood women in the public eye. Her mysterious image is based on some accurate and some warped accounts of her philosophies and her art statements, and on the fact that she never smiles. That image has remained through the years since she and John met, primarily because she hasn't chosen to correct it -- nor has she chosen to smile. So as I removed my shoes before treading on her fragile carpet -- those were the instructions -- I wondered what the next test might be.

Between interruptions from her two male assistants busy screening the constant flow of phone calls, Yoko gave me the once-over. She finally explained that the stars had, indeed, said it was right -- very right, in fact.

Who was I to argue? So the next day, I found myself sitting across a couple of cups of cappuccino from John Lennon. Lennon, still bleary-eyed from lack of sleep and scruffy from lack of shave, waited for the coffee to take hold of a system otherwise used to operating on sushi and sashimi -- "dead fish," as he calls them -- French cigarettes and Hershey bars with almonds.

Within the first hour of the interview, Lennon put every one of my preconceived ideas about him to rest. He was far more open and candid and witty than I had any right to expect. He was prepared, once Yoko had given the initial go-ahead, to frankly talk about everything. Explode was more like it. If his sessions in primal-scream therapy were his emotional and intellectual release ten years ago, this interview was his more recent vent. After a week of conversations with Lennon and Ono separately as well as together, we had apparently established some sort of rapport, which was confirmed early one morning.

It was a short cab ride away and he briefed me quickly: Will you help me out? Lennon told his driver to slow to a crawl as we approached the studio and instructed me to lead the way inside, after making sure the path was safe. When the elevator doors finally closed, he let out a nervous sigh and somehow the ludicrousness of the morning dawned on him. He broke out laughing. As the interview progressed, the complicated and misunderstood relationship between Lennon and Ono emerged as the primary factor in both of their lives.

The enigma called Yoko Ono became accessible as the hard exterior broke down -- such as the morning when she let out a hiccup right in the middle of a heavy discourse on capitalism. Nonplused by her hiccup, Ono giggled. With that giggle, she became vulnerable and cute and shy -- not at all the creature that came from the Orient to brainwash John Lennon.

Ono was born in in Tokyo, where her parents were bankers and socialites. In , her family moved to Scarsdale, New York. She attended Sarah Lawrence College. In , Yoko was married for the first time, to Toshi Ichiyanagi, a musician.

They were divorced in and later that year, she married Tony Cox, who fathered her daughter, Kyoko. She and Cox were divorced in , two years before she married Lennon. The Lennon half of the couple was born in October His father left home before John was born to become a seaman and his mother, incapable of caring for the boy, turned John over to his aunt and uncle when he was four and a half.

They lived several blocks away from his mother in Liverpool, England. The following year, the two formed their first band, the Nurk Twins. In , John formed the Quarrymen, named after his high school. He asked Paul to join the band and agreed to audition a friend of Paul's, George Harrison. In , the Quarrymen disbanded but later regrouped as Johnny and the Moondogs and then the Silver Beatles.

They played in clubs, backing strippers, and they got their foot in the door of Liverpool's showcase Cavern Club.

Pete Best was signed on as drummer and the Silver Beatles left England for Hamburg, where they played eight hours a night at the Indra Club. The Silver Beatles became the Beatles and, by , when they returned to England, the band had become the talk of Liverpool. In , John married Cynthia Powell and they had a son, Julian. John and Cynthia were divorced in Later in , Richard Starkey -- or Ringo Starr -- replaced Best as the Beatles' drummer and the rest -- as Lennon often says sarcastically -- is pop history.

The word is out: John Lennon and Yoko Ono are back in the studio, recording again for the first time since , when they vanished from public view. Let's start with you, John. What have you been doing? I've been baking bread and looking after the baby. With what secret projects going on in the basement?

That's like what everyone else who has asked me that question over the last few years says. After I made the loaves, I felt like I had conquered something.

But as I watched the bread being eaten, I thought, Well, Jesus, don't I get a gold record or knighted or nothing? Why did you become a househusband? There were many reasons. I had been under obligation or contract from the time I was 22 until well into my 30s.

After all those years, it was all I knew. I was boxed in. My contract was the physical manifestation of being in prison. It was more important to face myself and face that reality than to continue a life of rock 'n' roll -- and to go up and down with the whims of either your own performance or the public's opinion of you. Rock 'n' roll was not fun anymore. I chose not to take the standard options in my business -- going to Vegas and singing your great hits, if you're lucky, or going to hell, which is where Elvis went.

John was like an artist who is very good at drawing circles. He sticks to that and it becomes his label. He has a gallery to promote that. And the next year, he will do triangles or something.

It doesn't reflect his life at all. When you continue doing the same thing for ten years, you get a prize for having done it. You get the big prize when you get cancer and you have been drawing circles and triangles for ten years. I had become a craftsman and I could have continued being a craftsman.

I respect craftsmen, but I am not interested in becoming one. Just to prove that you can go on dishing out things. You're talking about records, of course. Yeah, to churn them out because I was expected to, like so many people who put out an album every six months because they're supposed to. Would you be referring to Paul McCartney? But I had lost the initial freedom of the artist by becoming enslaved to the image of what the artist is supposed to do. A lot of artists kill themselves because of it, whether it is through drink, like Dylan Thomas, or through insanity, like Van Gogh, or through V.

Most people would have continued to churn out the product. How were you able to see a way out? Most people don't live with Yoko Ono. Most people don't have a companion who will tell the truth and refuse to live with a bullshit artist, which I am pretty good at. I can bullshit myself and everybody around.

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Playboy sex stars of 1974

With John Lennon And Yoko Ono by David Sheff September , Published January A candid conversation with the reclusive couple about their years together and their surprisingly frank views on life with and without the Beatles.

To describe the turbulent history of the Beatles, or the musical and cultural mileposts charted by John Lennon, would be an exercise in the obvious. Much of the world knows that Lennon was the guiding spirit of the Beatles, who were themselves among the most popular and profound influences of the Sixties, before breaking up bitterly in Some fans blamed the breakup on Yoko Ono, Lennon's Japanese-born second wife, who was said to have wielded a disproportionate influence over Lennon, and with whom he has collaborated throughout the Seventies.

In , the Lennons became unavailable to the press, and though much speculation has been printed, they emerged to dispel the rumors -- and to cut a new album -- only a couple of months ago. The Lennons decided to speak with Playboy in the longest interview they have ever granted.

Free-lance writer David Sheff was tapped for the assignment, and when he and a Playboy editor met with Ono to discuss ground rules, she came on strong: Responding to a reference to other notables who had been interviewed in Playboy, Ono said, "People like Carter represent only their country. John and I represent the world. Here is Sheff's report: There was an excellent chance this interview would never take place.

When my contacts with the Lennon-Ono organization began, one of Ono's assistants called me, asking, seriously, "What's your sign? I could imagine explaining to my Playboy editor, "Sorry, but my moon is in Scorpio -- the interview's off.

I supplied the info: December 23, three P. Thank my lucky stars. The call came in and the interview was tentatively on. And I soon found myself in New York, passing through the ominous gates and numerous security check points at the Lennons' headquarters, the famed Dakota apartment building on Central Park West, where the couple dwells and where Yoko Ono holds court beginning at eight o'clock every morning. Ono is one of the most misunderstood women in the public eye.

Her mysterious image is based on some accurate and some warped accounts of her philosophies and her art statements, and on the fact that she never smiles. That image has remained through the years since she and John met, primarily because she hasn't chosen to correct it -- nor has she chosen to smile. So as I removed my shoes before treading on her fragile carpet -- those were the instructions -- I wondered what the next test might be.

Between interruptions from her two male assistants busy screening the constant flow of phone calls, Yoko gave me the once-over. She finally explained that the stars had, indeed, said it was right -- very right, in fact. Who was I to argue? So the next day, I found myself sitting across a couple of cups of cappuccino from John Lennon. Lennon, still bleary-eyed from lack of sleep and scruffy from lack of shave, waited for the coffee to take hold of a system otherwise used to operating on sushi and sashimi -- "dead fish," as he calls them -- French cigarettes and Hershey bars with almonds.

Within the first hour of the interview, Lennon put every one of my preconceived ideas about him to rest. He was far more open and candid and witty than I had any right to expect. He was prepared, once Yoko had given the initial go-ahead, to frankly talk about everything.

Explode was more like it. If his sessions in primal-scream therapy were his emotional and intellectual release ten years ago, this interview was his more recent vent. After a week of conversations with Lennon and Ono separately as well as together, we had apparently established some sort of rapport, which was confirmed early one morning. It was a short cab ride away and he briefed me quickly: Will you help me out?

Lennon told his driver to slow to a crawl as we approached the studio and instructed me to lead the way inside, after making sure the path was safe.

When the elevator doors finally closed, he let out a nervous sigh and somehow the ludicrousness of the morning dawned on him. He broke out laughing. As the interview progressed, the complicated and misunderstood relationship between Lennon and Ono emerged as the primary factor in both of their lives. The enigma called Yoko Ono became accessible as the hard exterior broke down -- such as the morning when she let out a hiccup right in the middle of a heavy discourse on capitalism. Nonplused by her hiccup, Ono giggled.

With that giggle, she became vulnerable and cute and shy -- not at all the creature that came from the Orient to brainwash John Lennon.

Ono was born in in Tokyo, where her parents were bankers and socialites. In , her family moved to Scarsdale, New York. She attended Sarah Lawrence College. In , Yoko was married for the first time, to Toshi Ichiyanagi, a musician. They were divorced in and later that year, she married Tony Cox, who fathered her daughter, Kyoko. She and Cox were divorced in , two years before she married Lennon. The Lennon half of the couple was born in October His father left home before John was born to become a seaman and his mother, incapable of caring for the boy, turned John over to his aunt and uncle when he was four and a half.

They lived several blocks away from his mother in Liverpool, England. The following year, the two formed their first band, the Nurk Twins. In , John formed the Quarrymen, named after his high school. He asked Paul to join the band and agreed to audition a friend of Paul's, George Harrison. In , the Quarrymen disbanded but later regrouped as Johnny and the Moondogs and then the Silver Beatles. They played in clubs, backing strippers, and they got their foot in the door of Liverpool's showcase Cavern Club.

Pete Best was signed on as drummer and the Silver Beatles left England for Hamburg, where they played eight hours a night at the Indra Club. The Silver Beatles became the Beatles and, by , when they returned to England, the band had become the talk of Liverpool. In , John married Cynthia Powell and they had a son, Julian. John and Cynthia were divorced in Later in , Richard Starkey -- or Ringo Starr -- replaced Best as the Beatles' drummer and the rest -- as Lennon often says sarcastically -- is pop history.

The word is out: John Lennon and Yoko Ono are back in the studio, recording again for the first time since , when they vanished from public view. Let's start with you, John. What have you been doing? I've been baking bread and looking after the baby. With what secret projects going on in the basement? That's like what everyone else who has asked me that question over the last few years says. After I made the loaves, I felt like I had conquered something.

But as I watched the bread being eaten, I thought, Well, Jesus, don't I get a gold record or knighted or nothing? Why did you become a househusband? There were many reasons. I had been under obligation or contract from the time I was 22 until well into my 30s. After all those years, it was all I knew. I was boxed in.

My contract was the physical manifestation of being in prison. It was more important to face myself and face that reality than to continue a life of rock 'n' roll -- and to go up and down with the whims of either your own performance or the public's opinion of you. Rock 'n' roll was not fun anymore. I chose not to take the standard options in my business -- going to Vegas and singing your great hits, if you're lucky, or going to hell, which is where Elvis went.

John was like an artist who is very good at drawing circles. He sticks to that and it becomes his label. He has a gallery to promote that.

And the next year, he will do triangles or something. It doesn't reflect his life at all. When you continue doing the same thing for ten years, you get a prize for having done it. You get the big prize when you get cancer and you have been drawing circles and triangles for ten years. I had become a craftsman and I could have continued being a craftsman.

I respect craftsmen, but I am not interested in becoming one. Just to prove that you can go on dishing out things. You're talking about records, of course. Yeah, to churn them out because I was expected to, like so many people who put out an album every six months because they're supposed to.

Would you be referring to Paul McCartney? But I had lost the initial freedom of the artist by becoming enslaved to the image of what the artist is supposed to do.

A lot of artists kill themselves because of it, whether it is through drink, like Dylan Thomas, or through insanity, like Van Gogh, or through V. Most people would have continued to churn out the product.

How were you able to see a way out? Most people don't live with Yoko Ono. Most people don't have a companion who will tell the truth and refuse to live with a bullshit artist, which I am pretty good at.

I can bullshit myself and everybody around.

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  1. Anybody who claims to have some interest in me as an individual artist or even as part of the Beatles has absolutely misunderstood everything I ever said if they can't see why I'm with Yoko. The whole Beatle idea was to do what you want, right? It's not callousness, it's just that I'm too busy living my own life to be following what other people are doing, whether they're the Beatles or guys I went to college with or people I had intense relationships with before I met the Beatles.

  2. The Playboy girl has no lace, no underwear, she is naked, well washed with soap and water, and she is happy.

  3. Do we have to do the walking on water again because a whole pile of dummies didn't see it the first time, or didn't believe it when they saw it? Marion Scott Miss May was born in Germany. Maybe they said we were under the spell of Brian Epstein or George Martin [the Beatles' first manager and producer, respectively].

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