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Julian's older albums (Secret Value of Day Dreaming, Mr Jordan, and Help Yourself) which have been long out of print are set to be re-released by Noble Rot, a subsidiary of Collector's Choice Music in the Infinity Entertainment Group on September 8, 2009
Contact Music reports that "JULIAN LENNON refused to attend the premiere of his new documentary-style film - because of society's obsession with celebrity. Lennon, the 43-year-old son of late BEATLES legend JOHN LENNON, stunned audiences expecting to see him at the Monaco Film Festival screening earlier this week (begs11DEC06). A source tells British newspaper the Daily Telegraph, "Everyone waited for Julian to turn up at the showing of THE GATHERING: RETURN OF THE WHALE DREAMERS, which attacks the Japanese whale industry, but there was no sign of him. "Eventually he sent a message via the director explaining his absence: 'Society is obsessed with superficiality and celebrity, so it is more important for me to be there in spirit if not in person.' - Click Here for more information on "THE GATHERING" film's history.
"The Gathering" director, Kim Kindersley says that they are seeking distribution rights and are hoping to have the soundtrack ready in January and the Film in cinemas by March/April - Thanks to John Bezzini
New Julian Song recorded by the Blah Blah's
The Blah Blah are regulars at Julian's local bar in Monaco - The Cafe Grand Prix. He has played with them on the tiny stage and appreciates the intimacy of the venue.
The photo to the left was taken about 5 years ago at La Rascasse. Julian is a regular visitor to this famous bar in the port of Monaco. There's always a great crowd to see Blah Blah when they perform. The band usually goes on after midnight and plays 3 x 45 min sets of covers and some original material.
For more information on The Blah, Blahs and to purchase their new CD visit www.theblahblahs.net
Song Julian co-wrote included on Matt Backer's new CD.
Julian to be inlcuded in charity book called "Portrayals"
Wallflowers have done a cover version of "Too Late For Goodbyes"
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