(Eppy did that by dying; Yoko just gets the blame),
I do agree with most of what this author says.
One statement that struck gold with me was:
"Given their supposed sanctity, her licensing of Lennon's songs for TV commercials remains impossible to fathom. The same goes for her callous denial of access and inheritance to Julian, John's son from his first marriage to Cynthia."
As Yoko Ono sanctions more and more exploitation of John Lennon's relatively meagre post-Beatle output, his legacy diminishes and the legend fades, writes Michael Dwyer.
THE JOHN LENNON I see every day is half the man I had stuck to my bedroom wall as a teenager. Back then it was the individual head shot that came with the Beatles' White Album. Independent and resolute, the long-haired, clean-shaven, denim-clad John was top dog in a column of four faces that ruled my world. ( Collapse )
Many thanks to madzilla for pointing us at this article.