John Lennon Sad ‘Apology’ Before Dying Revealed


The sister of the Beatles icon John Lennon, Julia Baird spoke to UK based outlet Liverpool Echo to discuss the life and times of her brother. Here, the Beatles sister reveals how John Lennon wanted to plan a family reunion right before his untimely death and while calling up his long-lost sister, made her answer a bunch of questions to confirm her identity including the middle name of her own father. John Lennon used heroin with A-list singer.

The Lennon sibling explained: “I said, ‘Albert, after Prince Albert’ and he came straight on the phone and said, ‘I’m so sorry. I’m so sorry’. And we talked for four hours about everything. We talked many, many times after that. We got letters when Sean was born. And the last time I spoke to him, actually, was on November 17, just before he died.”

Howard Stern recently revealed who almost stopped John Lennon killer. The sister of John Lennon continued: “Obviously, we were all waiting for him to come home. And John said in November, ‘There are so many of you we will all have to get together at Ardmore. So we were going to meet in that house.”

In other news revolving John Lennon and the Beatles, with black Friday and the holiday shopping season upon us, fans of ‘the Fab Four’ took to social media to quickly review latest offering for the Beatles fan in your life this season – The Singles Collection. This collectible boxed set presents 23 180-gram vinyl singles in faithfully reproduced international picture sleeves. Includes exclusive double A-Side single for “Free As A Bird” and “Real Love” plus a 39-page book.

One reviewer stated: “Being a fab fanatic, I own excellent to NM original UK pressings of all the 45s. Unfortunately, I get bored very quickly A-B-ing records, so I only compared I Wanna Hold Your Hand, A Hard Day’s Night, and We Can Work it Out. The original UK 45s are quite compressed, and especially on AHDN [A Hard Days Night], the bass is virtually non-existent. I found the reissues to be a generally wider band (allowing for a little more instrumental detail). Having said that, the top end on We Can Work it Out sounds pretty lopped off on both the original and the reissue.

The reviewer concluded by saying: “Given this VERY limited sample, I’d recommend the new singles box IF you want to hear an excellent (and arguably slightly improved) version of the originals. The picture sleeves from around the world are an excellent addition.” John Lennon’s goodbye letter to George Harrison was revealed not too long ago.

You can buy the Beatles Single Collection Box Set HERE. You can read the rest of the interview HERE.