RARE JOHN LENNON RECORDING SOLD AT DANISH AUCTION

Sep 28, 2021

By Bob Komsic

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A cassette tape recording of an interview by Danish teenagers with John Lennon and Yoko Ono, which includes a previously unreleased song, has gone for more than $58,000 U.S. at auction in Copenhagen.
Recorded in 1970 just before the Beatles announced their breakup, Lennon and Ono talked about being in Denmark and world peace.
Lennon was asked ”how do you think that people like me can help you with making peace around the world?”
He replied, ”Imitate what we can do.  Think what can I do locally?”
The couple also sang two songs ”Give Peace a Chance,” and a short, never released song ”Radio Peace.”
The track was recorded by four 16-year-olds as part of a report for their school newspaper.
The four friends decided to auction the cassette given the difficulties in deciding how it would be shared among their children.
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