John Lennon’s Limited Edition Box of Vision is a treat for fans of the Beatles star, who for some reason thought it would be a good idea to run off on three of the most talented men the world has ever known and hitch his star to the wagon of that screeching banshee of a woman Yoko Ono. Of course, as much as it pains me to say “John Lennon” and “Yoko Ono” in the same sentence, I’ve got to credit the woman for this.
The Box of Vision has been compiled with her help to bring fans a 166-page hardbound book that is about all the keepsake, other than the music of course, that a Lennon fan could ever need. In addition to the book, you also get inserts that can hold 32 CD albums, presumably releases from the man himself, who recently turned 70, though posthumously. CDs are not included, by the way.
It comes in a slipcase and is 15 by 13 inches (four deep). The book itself includes LP artwork from Lennon and Yoko’s entire discography. Also features an essay and contextual guide from Lennon’s post-Beatles career. All for about $125. Not bad at all, Yoko.