Some quotes from an old JOHN
LENNON interview with the "Village Voice" have
surfaced . . . and in them, John said that it was ROUGH getting through
recording THE BEATLES' last album, "Let
He said, quote, "We were going through hell. We often do.
It's torture every time we produce anything. The Beatles haven't got any magic you haven't
got. We suffer like hell anytime we make
anything, and we got each other to contend with. Imagine working with the Beatles, it's
tough. There's just tension. It's tense every time the red light [in the recording
studio] goes on."
John also called "Let
It Be" a, quote, "strange album" . . . and added, quote,
"We never really finished it. We
didn't really want to do it. PAUL [MCCARTNEY] was hustling for us to do it. It's The Beatles with their suits off."
tape of the interview had been lost in the writer's New
York home for four decades, but it's going up for
auction. It's expected to sell for up to
(The interview was conducted just
after they finished the album.)
So gather up your cash, this interview could be YOURS. Would you bid on it? I would!