Among the tapes is a recording of an intimate conversation between Yoko Ono and John Lennon. Find out more!
Lost and rare recordings by Beatleslegendary band formed by Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Ringo Starr AND George Harrison, will be auctioned. According to information from TMZ, the collection features audio from the rehearsals, never-before-seen moments and even an intimate conversation between Yoko Ono and Lennon.
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Among the various objects, the most expensive is a collection of recordings with author’s proofs fantastic Four at Lennon’s home in Kenwood and excerpts from unreleased albums, all on 6 tapes. Furthermore, there are also tests for Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Bandwhich contains things like animal sounds good-day, good-day and even John and Paul McCartney complain about the heat.
The auction also includes recordings from George Harrison’s unreleased album with The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Gangalmost two hours of Primal scream therapyby Yoko Ono, and a new collaborative album with Yoko and John.
And it doesn’t end there: there’s also an intimate and revealing 45-minute interview in which John Lennon questions Yoko’s reasons for staying with him. The registration was made in 1969, the year they married.
The collection was part of the collection of a North American collector identified as Philwho got the tapes five years ago, from a man in India, who he says he got the relics with Derek Taylor, former publicist for the Beatles. Sales can raise between $300,000 and $500,000.
As reported by TMZ, the auction is live on the Gotta Have Rock and Roll website and will end this Friday (22nd). For those interested, the website allows private viewing and listening to the tapes by appointment.
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