"...in 1969 this was Lennon's first public appearance post Beatles and so it became fodder for documentation. This work is Barnett's attempt to set the record straight and begins with his first meeting with Ono in 1966. Following this account is a description of the concerts, the tapes and issuance of the recordings. From the beginning nothing went smoothly as Barnett was at first caught off guard by the assumptions of celebrity and ensuing commercial interests. Throughout Barnett inserts other published accounts and interviews of the 3/2/69 event. Fascinating reading and it highlights the very different worlds of rock and jazz as they existed in 1969."âBob Rusch, Cadence Magazine
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