History Music / YokoOno

24th Sep '16 10:22:01 AM faunas
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* AwesomeMcCoolName: ''Yoko'' means "ocean child" in Japanese.
* BlueBlood: She was a descendent of the Yasuda clan of ''samurai'' warrior-scholars (who later founded the Yazuka ''zaibatsu'' conglomerate, centered on banking) on her mother's side, while her paternal grandfather was ennobled (into the Japanese ''kazoku'' nobility) in 1915.
24th Sep '16 10:22:01 AM faunas
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21st Jan '16 2:04:04 PM Morgenthaler
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* SurprisinglyGentleSong: "Listen, the Snow is Falling", released as the B-side to "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)" and later covered by {{Galaxie 500}}.

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* SurprisinglyGentleSong: "Listen, the Snow is Falling", released as the B-side to "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)" and later covered by {{Galaxie Music/{{Galaxie 500}}.
17th Dec '15 3:12:22 AM pvsage
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* YokoOhNo:[[invoked]] The TropeNamer.

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* YokoOhNo:[[invoked]] The TropeNamer.TropeNamer, if [[ThisIndexIsNotAnExample not an example]].
17th Jan '15 10:10:17 AM Patachou
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After John Lennon left the Beatles, the two artists collaborated on music together - working together on very different projects all underneath the umbrella of "Plastic Ono Band." In 1971, Yoko Ono began to release a number of solo records. ''Fly'' - a double album that helped make her known for her caterwauling vocals. She also released two other, more conventional, albums during this time - ''Approximately Infinite Universe'' and ''Feeling the Space''. Although Yoko's work was poorly received initially, the albums have survived and aged well - proving to be part of the foundation of punk rock and new wave music.

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After John Lennon left the Beatles, the two artists collaborated on music together - working together on very different projects all underneath the umbrella of "Plastic Ono Band." Yoko collaborated together with John on his first three albums: ''Music/UnfinishedMusicNo1TwoVirgins'' (1968), ''Music/UnfinishedMusicNo2LifeWithTheLions'' (1968) and ''Music/WeddingAlbum'' (1969). In 1971, Yoko Ono began to release a number of solo records. ''Fly'' - a double album that helped make her known for her caterwauling vocals. She also released two other, more conventional, albums during this time - ''Approximately Infinite Universe'' and ''Feeling the Space''. Although Yoko's work was poorly received initially, the albums have survived and aged well - proving to be part of the foundation of punk rock and new wave music.
15th Jan '15 9:00:59 AM GoingBearZeark
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* CoolOldLady: [[YokoOhNo In spite of what you think of her,]] she automatically qualifies because [[http://nymag.com/daily/entertainment/2010/10/yoko_ono_played_a_show_with_la.html she sang with Lady Gaga.]]

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* CoolOldLady: [[YokoOhNo In spite of what you think of her,]] she automatically qualifies can qualify because [[http://nymag.com/daily/entertainment/2010/10/yoko_ono_played_a_show_with_la.html she sang with Lady Gaga.]]
27th Dec '14 12:26:36 PM Patachou
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Ono collaborated with experimental luminaries such as Music/JohnCage and jazz legend Ornette Coleman. In 1961, years before meeting Lennon, she had her first major public performance in a concert at the 258-seat Carnegie Recital Hall (not the larger "Main Hall"). This concert featured radical experimental music and performances. She had a second engagement at the Carnegie Recital Hall in 1965, in which she debuted "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zfe2qhI5Ix4 Cut Piece]]," a seminal performance within the conceptual art movement.

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Ono collaborated with experimental luminaries such as Music/JohnCage and jazz legend Ornette Coleman.Music/OrnetteColeman. In 1961, years before meeting Lennon, she had her first major public performance in a concert at the 258-seat Carnegie Recital Hall (not the larger "Main Hall"). This concert featured radical experimental music and performances. She had a second engagement at the Carnegie Recital Hall in 1965, in which she debuted "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zfe2qhI5Ix4 Cut Piece]]," a seminal performance within the conceptual art movement.
8th Apr '14 2:42:03 AM KorenSteen
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* TheImmodestOrgasm: At the end of her, "Kiss Kiss Kiss" song.

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* EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette: If you take account on her... unconventionality.
* TheImmodestOrgasm: At the end of her, her "Kiss Kiss Kiss" song.


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* WildHair: In her heyday. She's mostly remembered looking like such. On itself, it makes quite a unique silhouette and there's also the way it frames her face.
8th Apr '14 2:22:54 AM KorenSteen
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* TheImmodestOrgasm: At the end of her, "Kiss Kiss Kiss" song.



20th Feb '14 5:43:48 PM OrangeAipom
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* ZettaiRyouiki: [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:JohnLennon-albums-weddingalbum.jpg The Wedding Album.]]

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* ZettaiRyouiki: [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:JohnLennon-albums-weddingalbum.jpg The Wedding Album.]]
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