From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Yoko Ono. Slant Magazine. Retrieved 13 July London: Music Sales Group. Edinburgh: Canongate. Spinning On Air. John Lennon: Listen to This Book illustrated ed. The Beatles Bible. Retrieved I was proud, excited, overjoyed. Thankfully, the tape began rolling again and captured this for eternity. Yoko always tells the story of how the recording engineers would stop recording when she started to sing.
You cannot distinguish his guitar sound from her anguished vocal at the start. And these two teenage girls, they were combing their hair and talking. And years later, I started to create all sorts of sounds. It speeds up and takes off in the last minute. I sampled, I did a lot of electronic tricks.
It was very much like dance music. I called it Unfinished music, which meant that you were supposed to put your own thing on, in the same way that remixers do today. Ed Blackwell is on drums. Foregoing musical notation, she scored her piece with words to convey what the musicians should play. This was her score:.
Pitchfork top of the s by rabaier. Favs by wittz. Why Not. Touch Me. Paper Shoes. Sony Records Int'l. Start a Wiki. Contents [ show ]. Categories :. Cancel Save. This technique emphasized the emotional release of repressed traumas, which is evident throughout the album as Lennon touches on the most base elements of life and death. The song was produced by Phil Spector , who was also working on the Beatles Let It Be album, and featured Klaus Voormann on bass, who Lennon would retain for this album.
Starting in July , Lennon recorded demos of tracks inspired by the ongoing therapy which was then taking place in the United States. In September the couple returned to England and began recording at Abbey Road.Yoko's counterpart to John's POB LP, with the same jacket photo (only John and Yoko have switched positions) and a baby photo of Yoko on the back. All tracks by The Plastic Ono Band except "AOS", which is a rehearsal tape for a show at Albert Hall with Ornette Coleman in February LP Credits are printed on the inner sleeve.