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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: ABOUT.COM INTERVIEW

Artistic visionary Yoko Ono has opened her arms and embraced dance music as a way to share her love and thoughts with the world. Taking an active role in the remixing of her music, she sees dance as a way for us to come together in these difficult times.  DJ Ron Slomowicz: You've always been on [...]

2008-10-24T18:42:34-05:00August 28th, 2008|Interviews & Articles, Music News|

PREFIX INTERVIEW WITH YOKO ONO

Yoko Ono has spent nearly 50 years on the front lines as a challenging, provocative artist, from her early-'60s work as a visual artist on the New York avant-garde scene to her legendary work with third husband John Lennon up through 21st century collaborations with everyone from Cat Power to DJ Spooky. Now, for the [...]

2008-10-24T14:39:12-05:00July 10th, 2008|Interviews & Articles, Music News|

ONO: Open Your Box

Release Date: April 03, 2007 Label: Astralwerks Length: 72:45 Synopsis Following on the heels of the critically praised Yoko Ono collaborations album Yes, I’m A Witch, is Open Your Box, the first album to compile Yoko Ono’s Billboard Club-charting remixes.With guest appearances at clubs in New York, Miami, London, and San Francisco, Yoko Ono has [...]

2008-10-24T17:30:26-05:00April 3rd, 2007|Discography|

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 – Plastic Ono Band

Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band Why Why Not Greenfield Morning I Pushed An Empty Baby Carriage All Over The City AOS Touch Me Paper Shoes Extra Tracks on CD: Open Your Box - John Lennon Something More Abstract South Wind - John Lennon   WHY (5'37") By Yoko Ono Recorded: October 1970 at Abbey Road Instrumentation: [...]

2008-11-12T09:13:38-05:00December 11th, 1970|Discography|