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Freudian analysts could have a field day with this Terry Richardson shot taken from the Fall/Winter 2009-2010 issue of French mag Purple Fashion, which has Sean Lennon posing as his mother Yoko in a re-creation of that famous Rolling Stone cover of his parents:
To review: Sean is posing as his mother Yoko…in a re-creation of an intimate moment between his parents…captured in one of the most iconic rock portraits of all time…that was taken on the same day his father was murdered.
Hmm. Sounds a little bit like Oedipus Rex updated as an arty porno.
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A few friends and I have a pretty good system going when it comes to Sean Lennon records–he continues to put out albums and we continue to not listen to them. No, it’s not because we hate his mother Yoko, and it’s not because Sean doesn’t remind us of his father–he does, in fact. Almost too much. The poor boy simply hasn’t shown us that he has the drive or original spirit to be anything but pretty borzzZzZZzzzZzZZZzzzzzZZZzzzzZzZZz ZzzzZZzzZzzzzzz…
That said, we couldn’t help but find his “L’Eclipse” duet with Mathieu Chedid to be absolutely adorable. It also made us miss his dad all the more. L’sigh.
Filed under: Adorable-ness, Disappointing Your Parents, John Lennon, Making One Right Move in a Pretty Wrong World, Mathieu Chedid, People We Wanna Like That Just Bore Us, Rad Music Videos, Sean Lennon, Yoko Ono