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Wednesday, 6 May 2015

Lennon: Alan White

Alan White is a rock musician best known for his work with Yes, who he joined in 1972. After playing with a number of bands in his youth, White was approached by John Lennon in 1969 to join the new band he was forming. He then travelled to Toronto to play the first ever Plastic Ono Band live concert, and later contributed drums to the single 'Instant Karma' and the album 'Imagine'. In this interview he discusses his time with Lennon.

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