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Lot #3133 John Lennon and Yoko Ono 1969 Montreal Bed-In Color Photos.
John Lennon and Yoko Ono 1969 Montreal Bed-In Color Photos. Limited edition prints (1000 total) from their stately Queen Elizabeth Hotel room in Montreal on May 26, 1969 to stage their second weeklong
bed-in for peace. On June 1, 1969, the duo requested
recording equipment. Oversize lyrics went up on the walls. And John and Yoko, along with Dr.Timothy Leary, Montreal Rabbi Abraham
Feinberg, musicians Derek Taylor and Petula Clark,
and members of the Canadian Radha Krishna Temple in the chorus, recorded 'Give Peace a Chance.' The single is credited to 'The Plastic
Ono Band.' Five weeks later, on July 7, the 45 was
released in the United States. 'Give Peace a
Chance' reached no. 14 on Billboard's chart. These four photos numbered 16/1000, 23/1000, 25/1000, and 30/100. 10" x 14". No Reserve.
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