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How Peter Fonda's LSD trip with the Beatles produced a classic John Lennon lyric

LOS ANGELES - Had fate worked out just a bit differently, Peter Fonda might be remembered as one of the great figures of 1960s pop music rather than one of the standout actors of his generation.

As a young man trying to make his way in Hollywood in that turbulent decade, Fonda, who died Friday at 79, would have had to make a conscious effort not to intersect with the vibrant music community that was boiling up in and around Tinseltown at the time. It's a period when groups such as the Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, the Doors, Arthur Lee & Love and many

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