Brulen (Bruce Bierman) was a young self-taught poly instrumentalist mentored by the great John Lennon beginning when he was just seventeen. Brulen sings, plays piano, and bass, rhythm and lead guitars and drums as well as being a Lennon-trained and autodidactic songwriter. Brulen also writes and plays the production parts --- including strings, horns and orchestral arrangements. Brulen produces all his recordings. Also, as a former sound engineer, Brulen records, mixes and masters everything you hear... except for featured guests as seen in the credits. For about… infectious and memorable melodies, much like that of The Beatlesand Lennon solo tracks.
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David Peel had no idea of what he started when he introduced Bruce Bierman to former Beatle John Lennon back in 1972. The result was a lot of great music that got tucked away for over thirty years until now. You can read all about David Peel and John Lennon in many John Lennon and Beatles books. Below, are a few books which document Bruce Bierman and John Lennon..
The Beatles Diary: Volume 2: After the Break-Up, 1970-2001
The Beatles Diary: Volume 2: After the Break-Up, 1970-2001 by Keith Badman Keith Badman is a noted Beatles author and has written several books about The Beatles. "John also gives approximately 25 hours of unreleased Lennon music to Bruce Bierman..."
the beatles: The Ultimate Recording Guide by Allen J. Weiner
by Allen J. Weiner Also a prominent Beatles author, Weiner compiled an extensive book covering the history of all known Beatles recordings, U.S. and U.K discographies, bootlegs, unreleased songs, solo recordings and more. Bierman is listed in the 1972 section of unreleased recordings of John Lennon.
also wrote an article in January 1991 about Bruce Bierman, the Lost Lennon Music, and his relationship with John Lennon. Bruce shared some of his memories of John, his intentions and background.