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Caption text reprinted from "The Beatles" by Allan Kozinn
In 1968, Lennon and Yolo Ono, soon to be his second wife, declared that they had nothing to hide, and proved it by posing nude for the cover of their controversial "Two Virgins" album, a collection of avante-garde collages. Banned in many places, it was sold in a brown paper sleeve.
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From "20th Century Composers: The Beatles"
Book by Allan Kozinn;
Series edited by Norman Lebrecht.
Phaidon Press Limited
review can be found in
'The Beatles' reminds fans:
They were great musicians,"
the March 24, 1996,
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