John Lennon Inspired Songwriter Finishes Unreleased Beatles Song

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John Lennon inspired songwriter, Nico Diamond, has finished an unreleased Beatles song now available on Amazon. This unfinished John Lennon composition has been co-authored by Nico Diamond and released through UK based Constable Records.

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Fans of John Lennon or the Beatles now have a chance to hear what could have been had Lennon actually finished and recorded this previously unreleased music.

John Lennon inspried songwriter, Nico Diamond, never expected that he would be able to co-write with Lennon even if the opportunity came 32 years after Lennon's death. An article reported in a popular guitar magazine revealed an unfinished set of early Lennon lyrics that were never recorded or released. Nico Diamond took the chance to finish these John Lennon lyrics as one of the biggest Beatles fans in North America. The finished song is titled "Tell Her Now" and is now available on Amazon.com at the following link:

http://tinyurl.com/Nico-Diamond-Tell-Her-Now

"I wanted to keep the sound like what fans remember from the period in John's life when these lyrics were written," said Nico Diamond, co-author and primary artist on the recording. "The early Beatles sound of '62 through '64 is represented in the lyrics as well as the music," Diamond added.

Nico Diamond, a native of the U.S., grew up with the Beatles on the radio and buying their records that were released. Diamond first started out on the drums and quickly mastered this instrument before moving to guitar. As an accomplished piano player, Diamond has used his ability to record piano parts for scores of Independent artists in the U.S. The freshly written and recorded "Tell Her Now" single was released after it caught the attention of UK based recording company Constable Records.

"The song impressed us as well as Nico's ability to preserve the early '60s sound that made the Beatles and Lennon household names," said a PR representative from Constable Records. "This new release is the first of many that are planned with Nico Diamond and we're proud to deliver his accomplishment to the International music community," the representative added.

The original lyrics that John Lennon crafted were donated to a museum in London. The curators contacted Lennon's son, Julian Lennon, and asked if he'd like to finish the song one day. While Julian Lennon declined to finish the song, the original lyrics are still a part of the Beatles history.

The new additions to the original Lennon lyrics by Nico Diamond are entirely unique and some of the best instrumentalists have contributed to the soundtrack of the recording. The "Tell Her Now" single is expected to be paired with an album release in early 2013 to commemorate the initial launch of the international single.

A YouTube channel has been created for the song available at this link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KACQmasBcqk.

Fans of John Lennon or the Beatles now have a chance to hear what could have been had Lennon actually finished and recorded this previously unreleased music. Collectors and others that are Beatles memorabilia enthusiasts can take advantage of the limited time download period to purchase the "Tell Her Now" single by Nico Diamond from the Constable Records, UK release.

Constable Records and Nico Diamond would like to thank http://www.musicpublicist.org for the creation and distribution of this news release.

About Constable Records, UK

The Constable Records, UK company is a leading digital distributor and recording group based in the London area. This classic rock, pop and electro label is responsible for no less than 100 releases in the UK market as well as other countries in the world. The recent signing of U.S. singer, Nico Diamond, is helping the Constable Records, UK company to explore the United States music market through compact disc records and digital download releases. Constable Records, UK was established in 2008 and remains one of the most innovative recording companies in the world.

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