With Monday marking the 34th anniversary of the shooting death of John Lennon, take a look back at Lennon's life and career, from The Beatles and beyond.
Four years after "Double Fantasy," Ono used a similar cover image, this time in color, for the Jan. 27, 1984, release of "Milk and Honey," the first posthumous release of Lennon's music. The songs on the album were recorded in the last months of Lennon's life and was the duo's projected follow-up to "Double Fantasy." After Lennon's death, the project was temporarily shelved, with Ono resuming work on it after three years.
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