The official John Lennon site launched in 2005
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John and Yoko were patients at Arthur Janov's
primal therapy centre in 1970.
The regular Plastic Ono Band bass player first met
John in Hamburg in 1960 and was responsible for both
the Revolver and Beatles Anthology artwork.
Drummer with the Plastic Ono Band and, socially,
John's closest friend within the Beatles.
Another drummer with the Plastic Ono Band.
The former Yardbirds, John Mayall's Bluesbreaker, Cream and
Blind Faith lead guitarist was a 1969 member of the Plastic Ono Band.
Played keyboards on the "Imagine" album and the single
version of "Revolution".
Record Producer of the Plastic Ono Band
The Plastic Ono Band press agent
Everett & John
Lennon's favourite BBC Radio DJ's who both
championed John & Yoko's records as well as
interviewing them on air.
New left icon of opposition to the Vietnam War in Britain in the 1960's,
he visited John at his Tittenhurst home in 1971 and interviewed
him for Red Mole.
"The Godfather of American Avant-garde cinema"
A friend and collaborator.
An icon of '60s counter culture who coined the phrase -
"Turn on, tune in, drop out".
Leary visited the Lennon's during the 1969 Montreal bed-in
and was the inspiration for the song "Come together".
A comedian and social activist who first met John & Yoko
during the Montreal bed-in.
John & Yoko stayed with Ronnie Hawkins during their
December 1969 trip to Canada.
Feminist author and friend of John and Yoko in the 1970's
Cited by John as a fellow genius during the famous 1970 Rolling Stone interview,
John and Yoko performed with Zappa and The Mothers of Invention
at the Fillmore East in June 1971.
Tribute to the 1960s Yippie leader who befriended the Lennon's
when they moved to New York in 1972.
Co-founder of the Black Panther Party who met the Lennon's after they
moved to New York and was a guest on "The Mike Douglas Show" during
the week that John and Yoko co-presented it.
Photographer who befriended John & Yoko when they
permanently moved to New York, Gruen took many of
the best known portraits of John during his final years.
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