John Lennon's 'Studio Pee' Letter Set For Auction

A letter in which John Lennon accuses Harry Nilsson and Who drummer Keith Moon of urinating on a studio console is set to hit the auction block. The letter was initially penned by Lennon and sent to Phil Spector; it explains that John and his band were being evicted from their studio space.

"Phil - Should you not yet know it was Harry and Keith who pissed on the console," the letter begins.

"Jerry now wants to evict us or that's what Capitol tells us. Anyway tell him to bill Capitol for the damage if any. I can't be expected to mind adult rock stars nor can May [Pang, Lennon's personal assistant] besides she works for me not A+M. I'm about to p..s off to Record Plant [another recording facility] because of this crap."

The auction is set for March 21 and auctioneer Louise Cooper said:

"This is a rare note in that it mentions so many well-known figures from the era . . . The note will be of huge interest to Lennon and Beatles fans around the world. And the provenance is excellent, coming as it does from Lennon's session guitarist Jesse Ed Davis."

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