In this previously unreleased six plus hour collection of John Lennon’s unique wit and wisdom the iconic Beatle introduces the world to his stirring non-violent philosophy to not only end, the then, raging Vietnam war, but also the deeply rooted violence within ourselves, a timely message especially important today in this world of seemingly endless international terror and conflict. Professionally recorded in Britain, Austria, Canada and Holland in 1969 the interviews are the complete record of Lennon’s turbulent ‘Give Peace A Chance’ days interspersed with relevant historical comments and reflections by celebrated Beatles author & historian Geoffrey Giuliano. Only recently discovered, these original, previously unreleased tapes of John Lennon (recorded exactly forty five years ago) ring as true today in our almost hopelessly war torn world as they did during the now iconic ‘summer of love / days of rage’ era in which they were recorded. Here is history in your hands – as touching and funny as it is moving and overwhelming in its elegant philosophical simplicity. A powerful audio manifesto for the ages and a light for successive generations in this increasingly dark world. This is John Lennon / Man Of Peace!