You - Yoko Ono - Fly (CD, Album)


Label: Rykodisc - VACK-1309 • Format: 2x, CD Album, Reissue, Limited Edition • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Avantgarde, Experimental
You - Yoko Ono - Fly (CD, Album)

What you hear on Fly is Yoko Ono's disarming combination of opacity and visceral, personal transparency in full bloom. It's one of the most unbridled, most captivating soul albums ever made. And that's right where she wants you: vulnerable, wide open to any-and-everything, ready to have your world tipped onto it's head/5().

Instruments [Automatic Instruments] – Joe Jones Tone Deaf Music Co. *. Voice [Voices] – Yoko Ono. Fly. Guitar – John Lennon. Voice – Yoko Ono. Guitar – John Lennon. Voice – Yoko Ono.3/5(4).

 · Fly. By the time Fly emerged, the battle lines had long been drawn, and those who preferred to place Ono 's domestic situation rather than her music in the foreground were never going to give it a fair shake. Very much their loss -- not only is it that rarest of all beasts, a '70s double album that rewards repeated listening, but Fly also shows the work of a creative artist working with a sympathetic /10().

ONO YOKO. Fly: Deluxe 2cd Edition Remastered. Delluxe Edition: 2cd Set. Remastered In , And Reissued With 4 Rare Bonus Tracks! Unbridled Album. Cameos By John Lennon, Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr And Others.

D1 also on Yoko Ono's film Fly. Credited to "Yoko Ono & Plastic Ono Band (With Joe Jones Tone Deaf Music Co.)" on inner sleeve, "Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band" on labels and just "Yoko Ono" everywhere else. B2 listed as "Don't Worry Kyoko (Mommy's Only Looking For /5().

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1 thoughts on “You - Yoko Ono - Fly (CD, Album)”

  1. out of 5 stars. Beautiful. Reviewed in the United States on Ma. Verified Purchase. Beautiful rerelease of a classic, innovative, album. There’s s an even mix of Yoko’s experimental avant-garde pieces, and more “traditional” approaches to songwriting and playing represented here/5().

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