Long lost footage from John Lennon will finally air tonight after filmmaker Michael Epstein came across the recordings by Yoko Ono. He couldn't believe his luck when she gave him access to hours of forgotten film of her life with Lennon. Yoko had decided it was time to show fans the home videos shot at the couple's Tittenhurst Park home in England and in New York in 1970 and 1971 and called in Epstein to sort through it. The result is "John & Yoko: Above Us Only Sky," which will air on A&E starting tonight. The documentary chronicles the recording of John's most iconic song, Imagine. The footage also includes Lennon's mythical "Clock" movie and unseen footage of George Harrison performing with John. You will also see John and Yoko holed up at the St. Regis Hotel in New York where John made the experimental "Clock," which has him sticking the camera in front of the mirror and hanging out.
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