DiscoverSomething About the Beatles277: "Mike Tree" in Nutopia with Michael Meideros
277: "Mike Tree" in Nutopia with Michael Meideros

277: "Mike Tree" in Nutopia with Michael Meideros

Update: 2024-03-10
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Listeners: you may recall my conversation with Robert Rosen (245), detailing the blocking of a pair of books by reputable authors that detailed the "househusband" years of John's life; it evolved out of an essay Robert wrote. Well, one of those writers is here to tell his story himself.  Michael Meideros was hired in 1977 to work on the indoor gardening at the Lennon's Dakota apartments. But as he performed his assigned tasks, his role grew to ad hoc personal assistant and eventually, archivist. His memoir, Barefoot in Nutopia, remains unpublished - yet. But Michael wanted to share some stories and insights and we're happy to have him, in what we project to be the first of at least two conversations. Subjects include day-to-day life, Yoko, Bermuda, Fred Seaman, and the night the unspeakable occurred, and its aftermath. 

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277: "Mike Tree" in Nutopia with Michael Meideros

277: "Mike Tree" in Nutopia with Michael Meideros

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