HIGH CONCEPT by John Robinson, The Guardian, 23 April 2005. Described by her husband John Lennon as 'the world's most famous unknown artist', Yoko Ono discusses her most creative moments with John Robinson The 1960s had already been fairly eventful for Yoko Ono. She'd published a book of "instructional poems", and submerged herself in the [...]

2008-11-07T18:42:39-05:00April 23rd, 2005|Interviews & Articles|

Happening High Priestess

  After a touring retrospective and the reissue of eleven albums, it's time to take Yoko Ono seriously While Yoko Ono is still regarded by many as the Beatles’ persona non grata, a quiet re-evaluation of her art and music has been underway for some time. A sort of subcultural logic has dictated that anyone [...]

2008-11-07T18:04:20-05:00March 1st, 1998|Interviews & Articles|

Yoko Ono: Fly

Release Date: July 22, 1971 Label: Apple Length: 95:19 FLY by Yoko Ono Disc: 1 Midsummer New York Mind Train Mind Holes Don't Worry, Kyoko (Mummy's Only Looking For Her Hand In The Snow) Mrs. Lennon Hirake Toilet Piece/Unknown O'Wind (Body Is The Scar Of Your Mind) Disc: 2 Airmale (also on John Lennon’s film “Erection”) Don't Count The [...]

2008-11-11T11:16:21-05:00July 22nd, 1971|Discography|


TO THE WESLEYAN PEOPLE Yoko Ono 23 Jan 1966   To the Wesleyan People (who attended the meeting.) -a footnote to my lecture of January 13th, 1966 When a violinist plays, which is incidental: the arm movement or the bow sound? Try arm movement only. If my music seems to require physical silence, that is [...]

2008-10-24T11:10:32-05:00January 23rd, 1966|Written work|
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