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It’s Me, I’m Alive: A Conversation with Yoko Ono (by Thomas Britt, PopMatters)

Yoko Ono began 2010 by participating in “Art Adds,” a project that exhibits her artwork on New York City taxicabs. Replacing advertisements that traditionally decorate the rooftops of taxis, Ono’s peace-promoting works (along with pieces by Alex Katz and Shirin Neshat) move throughout the city as a kind of public art. In Carol Vogel’s New York Times article about the project, Ono likens the experience to a dance, saying, “The message is always in motion.”

2017-01-09T13:44:02-05:00February 8th, 2010|Interviews & Articles|

ONOBOX by Yoko Ono

ONOBOX DISC 1: LONDON JAM This disc represents '68 to '71. It's the Ascot London - Briefly Visiting New York Period. At the time, I was an avant-garde composer obsessed with the sound of music in my head and in no one else's. In the avant-garde, I jammed with top musicians like John Cage, David [...]

2011-05-09T02:48:01-05:00April 23rd, 2009|Discography, Written work|

YOKO ONO INTERVIEW: GAY.COM

She may be 75, but she hit number one on the Billboard club chart with her "Give Peace a Chance (the Remixes)" this month. The song's release marked the 39th anniversary of the song's original recording -- during her and Lennon's legendary week-long Bed-In for Peace at Montreal's Queen Elizabeth Hotel -- giving new life [...]

2008-11-07T19:04:24-05:00August 29th, 2008|Interviews & Articles|

ONO – GIVE PEACE A CHANCE (2008 Remixes)

ONO: 'Give Peace A Chance' (The 2008 Remixes) are a group of digital releases from Mindtrain/Twisted Records available at Beatport.com & iTunes Music Store from 1 June 2008, the 39th anniversary of the historic original recording.  Following the massive critical and commercial success of Yoko Ono’s ambitious remix collections – Yes, I’m A Witch and Open Your Box (Mindtrain/Astralwerks) which paired [...]

2008-12-29T10:25:40-05:00June 1st, 2008|Discography, Yoko recommends|

ONO: No, No, No

1. Linus Loves Hyped Vocal Mix 2. Linus Loves Hyped Dub Mix 3. Tom Novy Vocal Mix 4. Tom Novy Dub 5. Eric Kupper Vocal Mix 6. Eric Kupper Dub 7. Friscia & Lamboy Vocal Mix 8. Friscia & Lamboy Dub 9. Peter Bailey Dub 10. Mike Cruz Dub 11. Lindbergh Palace Redub 12. Double [...]

2008-10-24T18:00:57-05:00June 1st, 2008|Discography|

Yoko Ono: FEMAIL

Jan/Feb 2008 Excerpts from Yoko’s fanmail replies. Imagine if you were in China and if there was a blonde blue eyed man walking. They might call out "Hey, Brad, where's Angelina?!" You'll be surprised what I have put up in my time, and still do. You will find what you want to do, when the [...]

2008-11-03T21:49:18-05:00February 29th, 2008|Written work|

Yoko Ono: Onobox

Release Date: 1992 Label:Rykodisc Synopsis Onobox is a 1992 comprehensive 6-disc collection of Yoko Ono's work from 1968 to 1985.  The discs are grouped by era and theme.  Disc six is the previously unreleased 1974 album A Story, which was later reissued separately along with the rest of Ono's back catalogue.  There was also an accompanying [...]

2008-11-11T07:34:00-05:00September 22nd, 1997|Discography|

Yoko Ono: New York Rock (Original Cast Recording)

Release Date: May 02, 1994 Label:Capitol Length:77:16 Synopsis New York Rock is an off-Broadway musical by Yoko Ono. It is a musical account of Yoko Ono's life, including her time with John Lennon. The musical contains many songs from Ono's albums throughout the years, as well as several new tracks, some of which were reworked for [...]

2008-11-11T08:34:46-05:00May 2nd, 1994|Discography|

Yoko Ono: Walking On Thin Ice

Release Date: 1992 Label: Rykodisc Length: 71:09 Synopsis Walking on Thin Ice is a greatest-hits compilation of Yoko Ono's work from 1972 to 1985. It was released by Rykodisc in 1992, along with the more comprehensive 6-disc Onobox set. The booklet includes an essay by Yoko, pieces from her book Grapefruit, and quotes about Ono from artists such [...]

2008-11-11T07:47:09-05:00March 19th, 1992|Discography|