Yoko Ono (b. 1933)

    Avant-Garde Rarities

    1. intro (toilet peace telephone peace unidentified noise)
    2. her blues (1968-12-11: ivory gitlis on violin, john lennon on guitar, eric clapton on guitar, keith richards on bass, mitch mitchell on drums; bootleg version)
    3. revolution session 1968
    4. peace message 1969
    5. midsummer new york, live 1972
    6. georgia stone, complete version: recorded and produced by yoko ono in 1986, 1987 and 1993 with rob stevens, wes naprstok and gary clugston.
    7. as time goes by, 1969 radio impromptu
    8. revolution session 1968
    9. sakura (live on us tv february 1972)
    10. montreal 1969: bed peace: if i get shot
    11. revolution session 1968
    12. one to one radio spot outtake 1972
    13. revolution session 1968
    14. touch me (from the alternate toronto bootleg)
    15. radio peace 1969
    16. revolution session 1968

    Various tracks

    1. WBAI Interview, 1971 (47 minutes)

      Broadcast on WBAI, New York, 11 Sept. 1971
      interviewed by Liza Cowan and Jan Albert

      Yoko Ono Lennon talks about her life as an artist and bohemian house-mother in New York during the early '60s. Her discussion touches on conceptual art, "arcting out therapy," the loft concerts she helped organize, and discrimination against the female artist. An interesting retrospective of the evolving avant-garde in the Big Apple during a highly creative period.

    2. Cough Piece (excerpt, 32:31)

      Performed by Yoko Ono. Recorded 1963, Tokyo.

      Cough Piece
      Keep coughing a year.
      y.o. 1961 winter

    3. Let's Go On Flying (1:10)

    4. Snow is Falling All the Time (1:10)

    5. Mum's Only Looking for Her Hand in the Snow (2:13)

    6. No Bed for Beatle John (w/John Lennon) (4:44)

      Tracks 3-5 lyrics

    7. Radio Play (Lennon / Ono) (7:57)

      Tracks 3-6 from Aspen No. 7

      Original format: 8 inch, 33-1/3 rpm, monaural recording on flexible plastic. Recorded by Apple Music Publishing.

    8. Toilet Piece, 1971 (:30)

      Track 8 from
      Fluxus Anthology