London, March 30: A letter written by John Lennon to famed producer Phil Spector, where he complains about Keith Moon and Harry Nilsson's behaviour in the studio they all shared in Los Angeles in the early 1970s, has fetched 53,000 pounds in an auction.
Lennon note, which he titled 'A matter of pee', said that Capitol Records wanted to evict the trio for using their studio as a public toilet, Daily Express reported.
The former Beatle said, in his letter, that he couldn't be expected to "mind adult rock stars" and warned that he would join rival recording studios Record Plant because of the aggravation.
Lennon later gave the note, which was written in red felt tip pen on lined paper, to American session guitarist Jesse Ed Davis.
The letter had a pre-sale estimate of 4,000 - 6,000 pounds but was auctioned off for seven times its estimate. (ANI)