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A deeply personal memoir of time spent with John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Cott's account begins with his first meeting of the world-famous couple in their basement flat in London, as a graduate student on a Fulbright where he was also serving as the "London editor" of a small rock magazine named Rolling Stone. The next day he was invited by Lennon to watch the recording of "Glass Onion" and "Birthday" at Abbey Road Studios. A connection was formed that lasted until Lennon's death - with Cott formally interviewing him again days before he was killed. Cott has also remained close friends with Yoko One. It is a fascinating and intimate reminiscence filled with Cott's insights as a cultural critic and journalist along with portions of the 1968 and 1980 interviews which will be transcribed within our book for the first time.