London, South Kensington
26 September 2000
LENNON, John A Spaniard In The Works, London: Jonathan Cape, 1965, 4, front end paper signed and inscribed in red ballpoint pen To George [Martin], May your cottage never fall down may you always breath A.I.R. May I have the next dance ?, Thank you from the bottom of my Rubber Soul and my plastic leg, lots of musicians, from your Uncle John (Lennon), illustrations, original boards
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In this rare inscription to the Beatles' producer George Martin, Lennon makes a reference to the album Rubber Soul, recorded in under a fortnight and released in December, 1965. The album reached number one in both the British and American charts.
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