Yoko Ono - Fly

1971

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Fly (Ltd/Bonus TR)
Double LP
SIJP49
2017Ltd/Bonus TR
86,90 €
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Double LP
2017
29,90 €
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Secretly Canadian is honored to partner with Chimera Music on releasing Yoko Ono's musical output from 1968 to 1985. Comprised of eleven studio albums, the reissue project's focus is to painstakingly reconstruct the original vinyl packaging, to thoroughly excavate and appropriately curate the treasure-laden archives of never-before-seen photos and ephemera, and to re-master the audio, all for the purpose of creating the definitive editions of this timeless work. In addition to making the vinyl available for the first time in decades, each album will also be available digitally for the first time ever. Secretly Canadian and Chimera Music couldn't be more proud to be a part of re-introducing Yoko Ono's seminal work. The first batch was reissued last year and included 1968's Unfinished Music No. 1: Two Virgins, 1969's Unfinished Music No. 2: Life with the Lions, and 1970's Plastic Ono Band. The second batch, which will see release on July 14th, will feature 1971's Fly, 1973's Approximately Infinite Universe, and 1973's Feeling The Space. FLY What you hear on Fly is Ono's disarming combination of opacity and visceral, personal transparency in full bloom. It's also 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 its head. She's a master of spinning your head around. First, you get the Bar Band from Hell of 'Midsummer New York' to kick things off. It's about the last thing you'd expect from Ono coming off Plastic Ono Band. But here you are, listening to Ono channeling Elvis. At 16-minute-plus, the tranced-out, motorik-inspired boogie 'Mind Train' is rough-and-ready for your next basement get down. Movement and perspiration required. Ono's band of session heavy hitters burrows deep in a sort-of locomotive raga while Ono's punchy vocables and rhythmic syllables do interpretive dances around one another. If Ono's voice were Miles Davis's trumpet, 'Mind Train' might not sound totally out of place on Davis's Jack Johnson or On The Corner. Then, we have the absolutely gutting blues of 'Don't Worry, Kyoko (Mummy's Only Looking For Her Hand in The Snow).' Full of ache and raw emotion, the song is a love note, a plea for forgiveness, to her estranged daughter Kyoko shot across the universe on a flaming arrow. 'Don't Worry...' is the only song on Fly to feature the truly legendary line-up of John Lennon, Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, Klaus Voorman - all masters laying down a totally crude assault on the blues form. Ono follows this stampede of emotion with the self-referential torch song 'Mrs. Lennon,' a wounded - personally wounded, spiritually wounded - song that gets right into the Universal Loneliness. And so here you are. You're devastated. You're exhausted. You're exhilarated. And you're only 1/4 of the way up the mountain that is Fly. Dig deep, traveler, it's worth the climb.[cargo]

Fly (POSTER & POSTCARD)
Double LP
SVBB 3380
1971, USPOSTER & POSTCARD
original
56,16 €
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Double LP - Yoko Ono - Fly - POSTER & POSTCARD
Double LP - Yoko Ono - Fly - POSTER & POSTCARD
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'Packaged in a gatefold sleeve with printed b&w inner sleeves with lyrics and credits plus 23' square, b&w poster and double-sided, b&w postcard with die cut hole to order Yoko Ono's book 'Grapefruit' as well as being Ono's piece 'A Hole To See The Sky Through'.' [discogs]

Tracklist
1
Midsummer New York
03:50
2
Mindtrain
16:52
1
Mind Holes
02:45
2
Don't Worry Kyoko
04:55
3
Mrs. Lennon
04:10
4
Hirake
03:32
5
Toilet Piece / Unknown
00:30
6
O'Wind (Body Is The Scar Of Your Mind)
05:22
1
Airmale
10:40
2
Don't Count The Waves
05:25
3
You
09:00
1
Fly
22:53
2
Telephone Piece
00:10
Crédits
Artwork [Poster Concept]
Allan Steckler
Design [Front And Back Cover]
John Lennon
Design [Inside Cover]
George Maciunas
Design [Inside Sleeve]
Yoko Ono
Engineer [Assistant]
Dennis Ferrante
Engineer [Uk]
Eddie Klein
Engineer [Usa]
Robert Fries
Illustration [Inside Sleeve Drawings]
Yoko Ono
Lyrics By, Music By
Yoko Ono
Mastered By
Sam Feldman
Photography By [Front And Back Cover]
John Lennon
Photography By [Gypsies]
Kyoko Chan Cox
Photography By [Inside Cover]
Iain MacMillan
Photography By [Jim Keltner, Fred Astaire, The Statue Of Liberty]
May Pang
Photography By [Poster]
Raeanne Rubenstein
Producer
John Lennon
Supervised By [Production Assistant]
Dan Richter