John Lennon's lost jukebox has been restored to its early 1960s glory by a British music promoter, who spent 15 years on the labour of love.

JOHN MIDWINTER bought the broken jukebox at a 1989 CHRISTIE'S auction in London for $5,000 (GBP2,780) and now he has it back in working order.

He reveals the 41 discs includes such artists as BOBBY PARKER, THE ISLEY BROTHERS, Bob Dylan and GENE VINCENT. Midwinter admits he was disappointed to find there were no Beatles records in the selection.

16/03/2004 09:05