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Jennifer Juniper : a journey beyond the muse / Jenny Boyd.

Boyd, Jenny, (author.).

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Bethlehem Main Library 746.92 (Text) 33062009316788 New Adult Non-Fiction Checked Out 08/19/2020

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781912666614
  • ISBN: 1912666618
  • Physical Description: 287 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some colour), portraits (some colour), facsimiles ; 25 cm.
  • Publisher: Abbey Park, Romsey : Urbane Publications, 2020.

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General Note:
Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note:
60s London -- Early days -- San Francisco -- India -- Chelsea -- Benifolds -- Los Angeles -- Summer '76 -- Rumours flying -- Willow Cottage -- Back to school -- Purpose found.
Summary, etc.:
Jenny Boyd's extraordinary life is the stuff of movies and novels, a story of incredible people and places experienced at a pivotal time in the 20th century. As an up-and-coming young model, Jenny found herself at the heart of Carnaby Street in London, immersed in the fashion and pop culture of the Swinging 60s. With boyfriend Mick Fleetwood, sister Pattie, George Harrison and the rest of the Beatles, she lived the London scene. But as a natural Flower Child, Jenny soon became part of the counter-culture in San Francisco during the Flower Power era, witnessing the Summer of Love; she was the inspiration for Donovan's famous song, Jennifer Juniper, and her photograph was featured inside the box set of his eponymous album A Gift from a Flower to a Garden. After working in The Beatles shop, Apple, the first of its kind, Jenny attended Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's ashram in India to study meditation with her sister and the Beatles, witnessing their creativity and the genesis of songs that would later appear on the White Album. Despite being attuned to the spiritual bloom and innocence of the 60s, Jenny also experienced first-hand the turmoil and decadence of the 70s and 80s. Her two marriages to Mick Fleetwood, founder member of Fleetwood Mac, brought her to the forefront of the world of rock and roll - and its fame, money, drugs and heartache. Struggling in the darkness to find and develop her own voice and identity, Jenny went to college, achieving a Masters in Counseling Psychology and a PhD in Humanities - her dissertation on musicians and creativity became the critically-acclaimed book Musicians in Tune. Jenny has spent her life in the company of some of the greatest musical and cultural influencers of the last 50 years - and the journey she takes to finding her own sense of self and creative ability makes Jennifer Juniper a truly captivating and inspiring story.
Subject: Boyd, Jenny.
Models (Persons) > Great Britain > Biography.
Clinical psychologists > Great Britain > Biography.
Rock music > Great Britain > 1961-1970.
Genre: Autobiographies.

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