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El Submarí Groc

Submarí Groc The first fanzine about The Beatles in Catalan. A quarterly magazine with permanent sections, interviews and news, at a price of 25 € per year.

John Lennon' discography

John Lennon

John Lennon's discography consists of eight studio albums, two albums in direct, ten recopilatory albums and twenty-two singles.

John Lennon published his eight studio albums between 1970 and 1980 (the last one was "Milk and Honey", which was published after his death). Between 1968 and 1969 he made three other albumos on experimental music with the help of his wife Yoko On, whose succes has been very limited.

John composed several songs in solo, apart of his eight studio albums, but many of them were made with his wife Yoko. He started recording his first solo work at the middle of 1969, after The Beatles' break-up. This album was called "John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band", and was so succesful that he made more albums, the majority of them with his wife Yoko. All Lennon's albums were hits but those made with Yoko didn't. This fact could be explained because fans believed that she had triggered The Beatles separation.