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Yes, I'm A Witch

by Yoko Ono

Yes, I'm A Witch by Yoko Ono

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Yes, I'm A Witch

by Yoko Ono

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Label: Astralwerks
Given the scattershot artists compiled here -- everyone from cuddly indies like Apples in Stereo to electro-diva Peaches -- Yes, I'm A Witch is a cohesive retelling of Mrs. Lennon's musical life, offered with an appropriately arty inflection. It's held together by Yoko herself; her warbling hep-talk sounds painfully human when set to acoustic guitar (Porcupine Tree's version of "Death of Samantha") or orchestrated bombast (Flaming Lips' "Cambridge 1969/2007"). Remixes by Cat Power and Le Tigre hold some surprises, making a tribute to Ono that's inventive, eccentric and challenging.

About This Album

Given the scattershot artists compiled here -- everyone from cuddly indies like Apples in Stereo to electro-diva Peaches -- Yes, I'm A Witch is a cohesive retelling of Mrs. Lennon's musical life, offered with an appropriately arty inflection. It's held together by Yoko herself; her warbling hep-talk sounds painfully human when set to acoustic guitar (Porcupine Tree's version of "Death of Samantha") or orchestrated bombast (Flaming Lips' "Cambridge 1969/2007"). Remixes by Cat Power and Le Tigre hold some surprises, making a tribute to Ono that's inventive, eccentric and challenging.

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About This Album

Given the scattershot artists compiled here -- everyone from cuddly indies like Apples in Stereo to electro-diva Peaches -- Yes, I'm A Witch is a cohesive retelling of Mrs. Lennon's musical life, offered with an appropriately arty inflection. It's held together by Yoko herself; her warbling hep-talk sounds painfully human when set to acoustic guitar (Porcupine Tree's version of "Death of Samantha") or orchestrated bombast (Flaming Lips' "Cambridge 1969/2007"). Remixes by Cat Power and Le Tigre hold some surprises, making a tribute to Ono that's inventive, eccentric and challenging.