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Yoko’s Back

03:01 AM Sunday 9/13/09 | |

Yoko Ono is releasing a “pop album” Sept. 16 with a new version of the Plastic Ono Band that includes some rather famous people.

In the band are her own son Sean, former Cibo Matto member Yuka Honda, Cornelius mastermind Keigo Oyamada, guitarist Hirotaka Shimizu of the influential indie group Bridge and Shimizu’s wife, drummer Yuko Araki.

  • Yoko Ono

    Pitchfork Music Festival, Union Park, Chicago.
    July 14, 2007

    (Andy Argyrakis / ConcertLivewire.com)

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Shimizu and Araki also play with Oyamada in the Cornelius Group.

The album, which will be released on the Japanese indie label P-Vine, is titled Between My Head and the Sky.

The band is already scheduled to play at the Tokyo International Forum Nov. 18 and Osaka Geijutsu Hall Nov. 24.

“Special guests” are being promised.


Comments

  1. jason_woodson wrote:

    02:31 PM, Sep 14, 2009

    The best album that she's ever done is "The Approximate Infinite Universe".  Depending on your mood, her other stuff can be hard to listen to at times but that album is her best.

  2. Tar & Feathers wrote:

    10:40 PM, Sep 13, 2009

    The closest thing Yoko ever released that remotely resembled a "Pop album" were her song contributions to the John Lennon double album "Sometime in New York City."



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