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A newer version of John Lennon and Yoko Ono's 'Imagine' is being re-released

21 Aug 2018

Imagine is being re-released and returning to cinemas next month. Featuring the artistic collaborations of both Yoko Ono and John Lennon, the 1972 music film and accompanying documentary is returning with 15 minutes of never-before-seen footage.

The unreleased footage is expected to include clips of Lennon with fellow Beatles member George Harrison, as well as other notable stars, such as bassist and artist Klaus Voormann, the Rolling Stones' Nicky Hopkins, and Alan White from Yes.

The film's soundtrack, comprised of every song on the 1971 album Imagine, has been remixed as well for the re-release.

While you'll have to wait until September 17th to watch it, you can watch the full trailer here. For further information and tickets, click here.

The Genesis title Infinite Universe At Dawn, highlights even more creative collaborations between Yoko Ono and John Lennon. With a narrative that spans over six decades, the signed edition documents the evolution of Yoko Ono's ideas.  

Infinite Universe At Dawn

Infinite Universe At Dawn

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