ABOUT THIS INTERVIEW:
On this date, the beatles arrived in Maryland for their performance at Baltimore's Civic Center. John Lennon was interviewed by Larry Kane as part of an on-going series of interviews with the group. Kane was the only American reporter allowed to travel with the Beatles during their 1964 North American tour, and also accompanied them on their 1965 tour.
Larry Kane has authored the insightful books, “Lennon Revealed” (2005) and “Ticket To Ride” (2003) documenting his conversations with the group and also his first-hand accounts of behind-the-scenes events as they happened.
– Jay Spangler, www.beatlesinterviews.org
Q: “John, occasionally we see magazine articles, like last night, one that had your name as ‘Jack Lennon' and all these irregularities. What do you think of this when you look at them?”
JOHN: “Well, I just think the people are stupid, you know, if they're not gonna bother to take enough time to do a job and find out what our names are… and try and get the facts right, you know. They must be a bit soft.”
JOHN: “No, we enjoy it! We always try to get a copy of these people that do our songs. The thing about the ‘Chipmunks' and the ‘Boston…' they do it so differently from us and from each other– it's very interesting. And also we, Paul and I, get alot of money when they make these so it's very good for us, you know.”
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The Beatles Invade Baltimore
All of the photos below are from The Beatles historic Baltimore visit.