Wailing tough-funk first cut off Between My Head and the Sky, the new Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band studio album out September 22, 2009 through Chimera Music of New York City.
Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band is:
Yoko Ono: vocals
Sean Lennon: acoustic and electric guitars, piano, keyboards, bass, drums, percussion
Keigo “Cornelius” Oyamada: guitars, bass, Tenorion, programming, percussion
Hirotaka “Shimmy” Shimizu: guitars, percussion
Yuko “mi-gu” Araki: drums, percussion
Shahzad Ismaily: guitars, bass, drums, percussion
Yuka Honda: Pro-tools editing, sampler, e. piano, organ, percussion
Michael Leonhart: trumpet, vibraphone, percussion
Erik Friedlander: cello
Daniel Carter: tenor saxophone, flute
Indigo Street: guitar
Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band official website: http://www.YOPOB.com
Yoko headlined the second night of ArthurFest in 2005, and was interviewed at length by Arthur “Bull Tongue” columnists Byron Coley & Thurston Moore (and photographed by Eden Batki) in Arthur No. 26 (Sep 2007). (Read the whole article here.)
Also! Yoko does a great wisdom-flow on Twitter: twitter.com/yokoono
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it’s an alright jam… let’s hope the rest of the album is that exciting… let’s also hope for some of that old fashioned weirdness too (which the jam lacks)
beware! her twitter page is not very “wise” now… just a bunch of advertising for the new album.
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this is pretty excellent: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7tfQ3CE7Jw
Yoko Ono’s work is the most beautiful expression of pure, abandon creativity. She never fails to respectively step aside and allow her Divine creative spirit to fly free!
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¡ ¡¡ ¡¡¡ Te quiero mucho, en español.
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Yoko please release this in 5.1!
This is awesome. simple -dk
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This is the best thing I’ve heard from her in years. She sure ain’t slowing down at 76!!
And Sean is rocking the guitar on this track – love it!
u are are all hearing impaired. This is absolute shit. “WAITING FOR D TRAIN” are the only lines to the song. The rest is her screaming like she’s having an exorcism.
Paco my friend..nobody else could have said it better … What you hear during the entire bit is “waitee fo da dee tray!!” followed by sounds that resemble a wild turkey about to get axed.
However, to her credit, as someone else mentioned, she’s up and active at 76. Perhaps though, she should find other pursuits?