John Lennon Imagined

John Lennon Imagined

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Considered one of the most innovative artists in the history of popular music, John Lennon is also a fascinating example of the relationship between rock music and celebrity. Through investigation of the cultural and historical background of his stardom in England and the United States, this book explores why John Lennon became a much-debated celebrity and why he remains so. Lennona€™s career from the 1960s until his tragic death in 1980, and even beyond, demonstrates how different expectations articulated by the star, the music industry, the media, and the fans form relations which change in terms of time and place. Using a multidisciplinary approach and intriguing case studies, this book also examines cultural identity, authenticity, and gender in popular music stardom.Lennon had purchased three cars, a Mini Cooper a#39;a#39;for pottering about in/a#39; a Rolls- Royce aquot;for relaxingaquot; and a Ferrari aquot;for zoomaquot; (Coleman 1988, 191). ... such comforts as a portable television, a cocktail cabinet, a writing table, a refrigerator and stereo and radio equipment (Hutchins 1966a). ... Thus, around 1966, money started to cause problems for Lennon, forcing him to interrogate his own star status: aquot;Ianbsp;...

Title:John Lennon Imagined
Author: Janne Mäkelä
Publisher:Peter Lang - 2004

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