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Date of Birth October 20, 1934
Date of Death October 31, 2021
Place of Birth British India
Country British
Profession Journalist
Horoscope Libra

Maureen Cleave Biography

Maureen Cleave is a famous British journalist (1934–2021), who was born on October 20, 1934 in British India. According to Astrologers, Maureen Cleave's zodiac sign is Libra.

Maureen Diana Cleave (20 October 1934 – 6 November 2021) was a British journalist. She worked for the London Evening Standard from 1958 conducting interviews with many prominent musicians of the era, including Bob Dylan and John Lennon. Over 50 years, she continued to interview people in all walks of life, in the Standard, the Telegraph Magazine, Observer Magazine, Saga magazine, Intelligent Life magazine, and elsewhere.

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Cleave was born near Delhi, British India, on 20 October 1934. She grew up in Ireland, her mother Isabella's country of origin with an English father, Major John Cleave, of the 7th Rajputs. Cleave attended Rosleven boarding school in Athlone and Howell’s Girls’ School in Denbigh, before reading Modern History at St Anne's College, Oxford. There, she had the distinction of being the first woman asked to speak at the Oxford Union. She graduated with third class honours in 1957.

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After graduating, Cleave first worked as a secretary for the Evening Standard. She convinced its editor, Charles Wintour, to make her a show business correspondent and to let her write a pop music column called "Disc Date". She travelled to Liverpool to interview the Beatles in January 1963 after a tip from a friend working there. The piece titled "Why the Beatles create all that frenzy" was the first substantial critique of the band and established a lasting friendship with the Fab Four as they rocketed to international success. Cleave began guesting on TV’s pop panel game Juke Box Jury in 1964 alongside Millicent Martin, Matt Monro and Bobby Vee.

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On 4 March 1966 her Standard interview with Lennon, titled "How does a Beatle live?", quoted him as saying that the Beatles were "more popular than Jesus now". Five months later, on the eve of a 14-city US tour, an American magazine reproduced the remark, which led to a wave of anti-Beatle sentiment in many parts of the US, especially the South and Midwest.

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According to the Bob Spitz biography of the Beatles, Lennon claimed a liaison with Cleave, inspiring the band's song "Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)". Pete Shotton, a friend of Lennon's, also suggested Cleave, though Cleave has said that in all her encounters with Lennon that he made "no pass" at her, and Lennon later said he could not remember who the song was about. It has also been said the woman in question was Sonny Freeman, wife of photographer Robert Freeman, who shot the photos on the covers of multiple Beatles albums, including With the Beatles, Help! and Rubber Soul. Cleave ended her association with Lennon in 1966, the same year she married.

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