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Options February 15, 2017: #ShePersisted. A Tribute to Yoko Ono
Collaborations with John Lennon from the sixties and seventies, ear-bending tracks from her solo albums (some still out of print, some recently reissued), samples, covers, and tributes from around the world.

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Artist Track Album Year Comments Approx. start time
 
Music behind DJ:
Bodega Pop 
Intro   Options Bodega Pop Live  2017     
Opsybug  For Yoko Ono   Options The Mega Wolf Ticket  2015    0:04:25 ()
Yoko Ono  Don't Worry Kyoko (Mummy's Only Looking for Her Hand in the Snow)   Options Fly  1971    0:07:06 ()
Stephen Emmer + Tony Visconti + Kazu Makino  LIsten, the Snow Is Falling (Part 2)   Options Recitement  2015    0:11:51 ()
Yoko Ono + tUnE-yArDs  Warrior Woman   Options Yes, I'm a Witch, Too  2016    0:16:22 ()
Yoko Ono vs. Skrillex  Mashup   Options YouTube video  2012    0:18:13 ()
Yoko Ono  Wood Piece   Options Live at Epiphany Episcopal Church  2010    0:21:24 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Graveyard Drug Party 
Yoko Ono   Options Paint Your Teeth  2013    0:25:35 ()
John Lennon & Yoko Ono  I'm Moving On   Options Milk and Honey  1984    0:32:02 ()
Doomsday Student  Yoko Ono's Nightmare   Options A Self-Help Tragedy  2016    0:33:15 ()
Yoko Ono + Spiritualized  Walking on Thin Ice   Options Yes, I'm a Witch  2007    0:35:41 ()
Yoko Ono + Kim Gordon + Thurston Moore  I Missed You Listening   Options Yokokimthurston  2012    0:41:08 ()
John Lennon & Yoko Ono  Kiss Kiss Kiss   Options Double Fantasy  1980    0:50:29 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Key of Solomon 
Yoko Ono   Options Exile  2014    0:53:14 ()
John Lennon & Yoko Ono  Remember Love   Options Unfinished Music No. 1: Two Virgins  1969    0:57:38 ()
of Montreal  I Felt Like Smashing My Face in a Clear Glass Window   Options The Bird Who Continues to Eat the Rabbit's Flower  2006    1:01:28 ()
Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band  Ask the Elephant!   Options Between My Head and the Sky  2009    1:04:59 ()
FM33  Yoko Ono   Options V.  2015    1:08:20 ()
B-52's  Don't Worry   Options Whammy!  1983  On initial pressing only; removed for subsequent pressings  1:11:58 ()
RZA + Yoko Ono  Greenfield Morning / Seed of Joy / Life Is a Struggle   Options RZA & Yoko  2013    1:15:13 ()
Flacido Domingo  I Shit Art, Yoko Ono!   Options U're a Fooken Jerk!  2014    1:23:09 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
The Japanese-Lovers 
Yoko Ono   Options The Basement Tape  2010    1:26:02 ()
John Lennon & Yoko Ono  Cambridge 1969   Options Unfinished Music No.2: Life with the Lions  1969    1:32:03 ()
Yoko Ono  Spec of Dust   Options It's Alright (I See Rainbows)  1982    1:57:53 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Yoko Ono 
Will I (John Creamer & Stephan K Mix)   Options Open Your Box  2007    2:01:19 ()
John Lennon & Yoko Ono  Born in a Prison   Options Sometime in New York City  1973    2:05:19 ()
Marineville  Yoko Ono   Options Ready for the Dance  2001    2:08:40 ()
Yoko Ono  Why   Options Plastic Ono Band  1970    2:22:23 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Rumcaic 
Öko Ono   Options Öko Ono EP  2013    2:27:54 ()
Yoko Ono  I Learned to Stutter - Coffin Car   Options Feeling the Space  1973    2:31:29 ()
Lucas Rodrigues  Rooftop Concert (Yoko Ono)   Options Eventual Rasura  2016    2:37:53 ()
Yoko Ono  No, No, No   Options Season of Glass  1982    2:40:31 ()
Yoko Ono + Cibo Matto  Yes, I'm Your Angel   Options Yes, I'm a Witch, Too  2016    2:43:06 ()
Rod Webber  Yoko Ono Knows   Options Incandescent  2014    2:46:21 ()
Yoko Ono  What Did I Do!   Options Approximately Infinite Universe  1973    2:49:04 ()
Xberg Baboons  Hey Yoko Ono   Options   2012    2:53:38 ()
Yoko Ono  I Love You, Earth   Options Starpeace  1985    2:56:32 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Catrina Paslaru 
Hei La Bodega   Options Hei La Bodega - Carnaval!  2000    2:59:10 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 6:14pm listener james from westwood:

Ono Pop!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 6:16pm Gary:

James! I hear you might be here tomorrow -- I came in and volunteered today
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 6:25pm listener james from westwood:

Heh, that is correct, tomorrow and Friday! Someone mentioned? And hopefully not with rolled eyes or a gagging pantomime immediately following?
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 6:27pm Gary:

I *might* show up on Friday, but it depends on what I get done tomorrow ...
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 6:33pm listener james from westwood:

I was lucky to find a lull between projects. It's damn near perfect. Hoping I can catch the same during the Marathon itself.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 6:55pm Gary:

I'll be around then, too, tho I'm not sure which days other than Wednesdays, but definitely in and out a few times those two weeks
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:00pm ndbob:

Heya Gary, James, everyone!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:00pm Gary:

Hey Bob! How's it goin?
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:01pm hyde:

hmmm. this makes twice i have heard of Yoko this week. just yesterday i was marveling at her tweet about the world cup!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:01pm Dave in Vermont:

Been looking forward to this show all day- Hopefully I will be able to listen the whole time.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:02pm Gary:

Hyde! Dave!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:02pm ndbob:

Hey Hyde and Dave!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 2/15/17 7:03pm melinda:

Ready for some Yoko!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:03pm hyde:

hiya, ndb.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:04pm ndbob:

Heya Melinda!
  Wed. 2/15/17 7:05pm Dean:

I've always admired Yoko's work over the years, but for some reason I really get a kick out of one of her rare hits, "Kiss Kiss Kiss."
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:06pm hyde:

for posterity's sake, here is the text of her amazing world cup tweet from yesterday: Who will win the World Cup? A child who believes in a peaceful world."
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:08pm Gary:

Dean! Melinda!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:09pm ndbob:

the B side of Cold Turkey I think
  Wed. 2/15/17 7:10pm Jill B.:

Hi Gary. Love the title of your show!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:10pm Gary:

Mom! I thought you might like it :)
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:10pm Gary:

We're shipping your package off this weekend, by the way!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:11pm Gary:

@Hyde, that's a *great* quote :)
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:12pm Dave in Vermont:

Flash Strap played this track on the Explorers Room on the eve of the Inauguration, umm two days before the Women's March during an amazing show of revolutionary women's music.
www.wfmu.org...
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:13pm hyde:

@Gary it's hilarious. and as someone who actually follows soccer aka football, i can tell you that people were totally flummoxed by that. she's still boggling people's minds, which is fantastic.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:14pm hyde:

@D in V i loved that show
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:14pm Gary:

@Dave, I gotta listen to that show -- thanks for the heads up!
  Wed. 2/15/17 7:15pm Dean:

This registers as mere gossip, but a friend of mine who owned a record store once gave a personal tour of Disneyland to Tony Visconti and his then-wife May Pang.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 7:16pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Yerknow...I was born almost exactly when the term 'Beatlemania' came into existence - & I have indeed been a Beatlemaniac for longer than I can remember - starting @ least as soon as watching their Sat.A.M. cartoon show when it was actually being broadcast in the 1960s
...& I listen to Beatle-themed podcasts by highly knowledgeable, even fun people
...& still - the Anti-Yoko narrowmlndness & antipathy is thick among them quite often.
I dunno - being a Lennon worshipper (why mince words?) - maybe I just gave more credence to his judgement - & - or - my bent is simply I'm more open to the Free & the Avant-Garde...
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:17pm Gary:

RevRab! It's true, even still --
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:20pm Gary:

I don't know what Skrillex track this is, but Yoko's is "Why" from Plastic Ono Band.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 7:20pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

They love TheBeatles - mock her vocalizations - & characterize her as no more than a cold opportunist. No acknowledgement of her forward vision, originality, content, or influence - barely even what she did for John! There'd be no 'Imagine' w/out Yoko. It's incalculable.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:24pm Gary:

Totally ...
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:24pm Charlie:

I'm at work and can't listen, but wanted to say how happy I am for three hours of Yoko, even if I can't hear it. Which is kind of like a Yoko piece...
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 2/15/17 7:25pm melinda:

Also...bands break up. Get over it, Yoko haters.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:25pm Charlie:

and to recommend this wonderful book: www.amazon.com...
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:25pm Gary:

Charlieeeeee!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:26pm Gary:

I will take that recommendation ... been wanting to read more about her work
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:31pm Flash Strap:

I can't actually be here for this, but I want to say how right-on it is! Gary you The Righteous One

And Yoko is a genius for the ages, not one step back
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:32pm ndbob:

@Gary the 45 was on the jukebox in the Student Union when I was in college - got played all the time
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:35pm Gary:

Flash! Can't wait to dig in to your Warrior Women show!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:36pm Gary:

Aha!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:38pm tim abdellah:

Love me some Yoko! Hi Gary and all y'all!!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:39pm Gary:

Tim! I still crack up when I think about that Beatles fan pic of you
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 2/15/17 7:40pm melinda:

I like this collaboration with Spiritualized.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:41pm Gary:

@Melinda The two Witch remix compilations are definitely worth checking out
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:43pm tim abdellah:

Haha! :) The Beatle fixation runs deep with me !!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 7:47pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

You become naked.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:50pm tim abdellah:

Wow - hadn't heard this Kim/Thurston collaboration before. Far out!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:50pm Gary:

A prize to the first listener who removes all of his or her clothing! ... we'll have to take your word for it, naturally
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:50pm Gary:

@Tim - there's a WHOLE ALBUM of these extended tracks!
  Wed. 2/15/17 7:53pm Dean:

Rev was alluding to his namesake tune, no?

Oh, thank you! Such a killer tune, Kiss...

Somehow related, I'm just now examining a new book, "Le droit face aux ondes électromagnétiques." Roughly, The Law of Electromagnetic Waves.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:54pm Gary:

That sounds like a terrific book, Dean
  Wed. 2/15/17 7:56pm Dean:

Bought the 45 at the time, but not the album. Still have it.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 7:56pm ndbob:

excellent first hour Gary - catch the rest later
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 8:00pm Gary:

Night, Bob!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 8:02pm tim abdellah:

Wow - i dunno if i ever listened to this. Lennon's picking here eventually became "Sun King" on Abbey Road.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 8:03pm Gary:

Whoa, good ears, Tim
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 8:04pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

@tim: Or 'Julia': the 'claw-hammer' technique Donovan taught him in India.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 8:05pm Gary:

I am shamed by y'all's Beatles 411
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 8:06pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...that's also a gittar thang...Donovan prob learned it from BertJansch who learned it from DavyGraham likely as not...
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 8:09pm tim abdellah:

@Revolution Rabbit - wow, did he get that from Donovan? He uses that same picking pattern in "Dear Prudence" and "Look at Me" as well as "Sun King" and "Julia". Some good mileage there!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 8:10pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Yup. Learned it quick Donovan says.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 8:13pm tim abdellah:

Dude - I was just emailing you to make sure you knew about this one :D
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 8:14pm Gary:

Ha ha ... THANK YOU b/c if I had missed it, I *totally* would want to know about it!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 8:15pm tim abdellah:

@Revolution Rabbit: That's amazing! How cool!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 8:21pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Let's face it - this is deffo in the category of appreciating Artists while still alive.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 8:24pm Dave in Vermont:

Yeah, Rev, I saw a comment on a board the other day about honoring artists that are living. Was that you? I have been thinking about that since then.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 8:27pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

It wasn't me - tho' I have noted the bittersweetness of being intro'd to great Artists by way of Obituary Tributes these days. Yoko's in her 80s & it's been remarked how she's battled pneumonia & went to the March in a wheelchair & such. Damned impressive, she is.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 8:31pm Doug Schulkind:

The DJ is playing Yoko Ono music as talkover music. The DJ is a magnificent DJ.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 8:31pm hyde:

aw, Vertigo spoilers! ;)
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 8:34pm Gary:

Doug!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 8:36pm Scraps:

I don't like Ono much -- I'm listening to change my mind, I hope -- but I don't hate her either, and the type of Beatles of despises her I despise.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 8:36pm listener james from westwood:

First exposure other than as part of "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)" was a video for "Hell In Paradise" as part of a special about the works/videos of Zbigniew Rybczyński on Night Flight in the 80s. First extended listens came in 1992 and after, when I became a WFMU listener.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 8:36pm Scraps:

=who= despises her
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 8:37pm Scraps:

Beatles =fan=

sheesh, sorry
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 8:37pm Dave in Vermont:

I really only knew about Yoko as "downfall of the Beatles" for the longest time. But I was also fascinated by the Give Peace a Chance project in bed. But then I heard the Live in NYC record and "Woman is the Ni***r of the World" and I was like whoa. Then I just allowed myself to hear whatever. I'm not sure if Yoko opened my mind to artists like Meredith Monk, Diamanda Galas (sp?), Joan LaBarbara, etc. or the other way around.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 8:38pm Gary:

Scraps!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 8:39pm Scraps:

Gary!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 8:39pm Gary:

@Dave I definitely learned to appreciate Yoko through those she influenced
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 8:39pm Dave in Vermont:

This is amazing.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 8:42pm Gary:

I have been awake since 3 AM this morning and I thought I would be exhausted by now. Not so
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 8:44pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I don't remember ever feeling antipathy for Yoko - maybe the slightest xenophobia as a very very young NorthNewEngland honky in decades long ago. This piece illustrates a point she herself made: all kinds of people like Hendrix were being very Free w/ guitars & things - but somehow she was singled out for her vocal effects. (We get to hear Lennon open up on guitar here, Thx to her.) I always maintain that being a little brother exposed to & weened on Psychedelia from the earliest years was excellent preparation for the Avant-Garde, International Music - many things. I'm quite grateful for that - & it's despite denigration of 'Hippies' or whatever...
On the other hand - I never got around to collecting & owning Ono, & in this sense a lot of it is still hearsay to me & I'm still under-exposed & -informed in terms of details...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 8:51pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...that people could still consider her talentless & be unaware of her influence staggers me - but then most people passively like what they are fed, & wouldn't know a LeneLovich or DiamandaGalas if they were strategically dropped on them w/ precision by drones...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 8:52pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

(...or in Art or DanceMusic &tc. &tc. ...)
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 8:53pm Gary:

One of the most amazing concerts I ever saw was Diamanda Galas in 1991, singing from Plague Mass
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 8:54pm Scraps:

well, she wasn't singled out.... lots of avant-garde artists got laughed at. don't know why avant solo electric guitar was singled out for admiration, though.

she was singled out more because she was a woman, and she got heard whereas most avant-garde artists nobody heard
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 8:56pm Scraps:

blatant sexism -"breaking up the Beatles" -- plus racism, though most people would say that
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 8:56pm Scraps:

=wouldn't=
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 8:57pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...like my ex-gf's dad - one of the top periodontists in the world I'm told - said - I'm sorry, but Yoko's just expressing pain - like - let's chuck VanGogh & TheBlues then - no room for that in Art...Just too close by association to the Harmonic & Melodic gifts of TheBeatles...Good points Scraps.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 2/15/17 8:57pm melinda:

@Scraps I think you are right. Her association with Lennon put her on people's radar, and she was then a popular target/scapegoat for the reasons mentioned.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 8:58pm tim abdellah:

First heard her (other than on the White Album) on the Live Peace in Toronto album, which is a pretty ragged set, even without Yoko. The Double Fantasy stuff I found interesting, sort of cool, sort of annoying, at the time. The first thing I totally dug by her was the "Walking on Thin Ice" single, which I still think is fantastic. Got some of her earlier solo stuff over the years - I liked "Fly" for sure. I've quite enjoyed her albums over the last decade - "Between my Head and the Sky" and "Take me to the Land of Hell". I have really appreciated her positive presence on social media over the last decade as well.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 8:59pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

People don't understand Yoko had her own standing among NYC Artists - & gave a lot of it up for the madness of the Beatle world. They don't see it - actually - the other way around.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 9:01pm Scraps:

Yes.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 9:03pm quinn:

love
  Wed. 2/15/17 9:04pm Dean:

Once owned the vinyl Fly and Approximately Infinite Universe. Sold them. I am stupid.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 9:04pm Scraps:

By the way, Gary, thank you for playing Of Montreal. Always a good reason for playing them, I think.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 9:05pm hyde:

haha, you keep attributing things to me that i had nothing to do with!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 9:05pm tim abdellah:

Cambridge 1969 was recorded live in front of an audience:
John Tchicai – saxophone
John Stevens – percussion
Mal Evans – watch
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 9:06pm hyde:

@tim whoa, cool band!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 9:08pm tim abdellah:

I know, right! It was completely unrehearsed. Lennon apparently had no idea what he was going to do when he got up on stage. I think I heard about this recently in the "Zapple Diaries" book. www.amazon.com...
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 9:09pm Gary:

Quinn! ... OMG, Dean ... you're welcome, Scraps ... thank you, Tim ... and I take back whatever thank you I might have just thrown out at you, Hyde! :)
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 9:10pm Gary:

Wow, I would love to know what the audience thought of that
  Wed. 2/15/17 9:10pm Dean:

Strikes me, too, that I bought the "Woman is the Nigger of the World" single when I was 12. Still have it.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 9:10pm hyde:

heh, it's fine by me. i just don't want to steal anyone's proper credit. ;)
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 9:11pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Quite sudden & ad hoc...& unlike Paul, a natural, John was always anxious about Live Performance - said he almost always got sick before going on, in fact...
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 9:20pm Gary:

Think of this extended guitariness as a pallet (sp?) cleanser in advance of my very very very very favorite Yoko track
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 9:28pm tim abdellah:

This rules! Ringo, Klaus, John and Yoko. Did I mention Ringo!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 9:29pm Gary:

Ringo!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 9:31pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Elsewhere on the album - Ornette & Charlie Haden! I've read Yoko said Ringo was way kewl w/ it all, right there. Yeah seriously - 1970 !
  Wed. 2/15/17 9:33pm Dean:

From Variety magazine, sans attribution, a June 4, 1969, review of Life with the Lions:

Yoko Ono, the Japanese wife of John Lennon, is showcased in a long vocal performance on the first side of this disk in a number titled "Cambridge 1969." It sounds very oriental and is unmistakably monotonous. It's not clear what she is wailing about since her utterance consists of one unbroken syllable running in various octaves and rhythms for over 25 minutes. On the second side, Miss [sic!] Ono is featured on a more tender, free-form ballad, "No Bed for Beatle John," which is also not destined for the charts. There is also a rhythmic piece, "Baby's Heartbeat," which could be clinically authentic. One number is without sound, which may be the most listenable thing in the set, even if it reminds of John Cage.
  Wed. 2/15/17 9:34pm Dean:

Also reviewed on the page: Joe Cocker's With a Little Help From my Friends, Neil Young's Everybody Knows This is Nowhere, Poco's Pickin' Up the Pieces, an others.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 9:35pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

That was the heartbeat of their child who would be miscarried/stillborn.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 9:38pm northguineahills:

Ack, I'm going to have revisit this in the archive. This looks amazing!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 9:38pm Gary:

NGH!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 9:39pm tim abdellah:

Hitting the road - will listen as I pedal. Thanks Gary, love Yoko, and goodnight all!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 9:39pm Gary:

Happy Ridin', Tim!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 9:40pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

HappyTrails tim!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 9:44pm hyde:

confession: i didn't know if i could hack three straight hours of yoko ono, even though i love her in general. but now, the clicky star.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 9:45pm Gary:

Yay! *You* win the World Cup, Hyde
  Wed. 2/15/17 9:46pm Doug Schulkind:

Yoko on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 9:47pm Gary:

If I didn't have to commute back to Astoria from Jersey, I'd keep the show going for a while longer
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 9:51pm hyde:

i won the world cup? but i don't believe in world peace?!?!?
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 9:52pm northguineahills:

I hacked 3 hours of Yoko & friends live back in 2011 at BAM. That was a blast!
  Wed. 2/15/17 9:52pm Dean:

Earliest reference I can find in Variety is from Nina Sheridan's Notes for Dancers & Singers, Nov. 24, 1961:

Yoko Ono uses dance movement, voice and instruments in a program fruitily titled "A Grapefruit in the World of Park," "A Piece for Strawberries and Violin" and others Nov. 24 6:00 p.m. at Carnegie Recital Hall...
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 9:52pm Gary:

Whoa, cool, Dean
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 9:58pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Compare - John, Paul, George & PeteBest : www.beatles-discography.com... - two shows that day - meet Manager Brian Epstein that month (a major turning point)...
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 9:58pm Dave in Vermont:

Thanks for a great show, Gary.
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 9:59pm northguineahills:

Que chido, Gary, gracias!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 10:00pm Gary:

So great to hang out with you all tonight! Really loved your Yoko & related anecdotes / memories ...
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 10:00pm hyde:

great stuff, thanks. safe travels back to Astoria!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 10:00pm Scraps:

Thank you!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 2/15/17 10:01pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Thanx Gary. You seriously deliver.
  Wed. 2/15/17 10:02pm Dean:

Earliest reference to John appears in an Oct. 6, 1962, issue of Disc, in a column, New to You, where the Beatles are introduced as "a rock-slanted vocal-instrumental group."
  Wed. 2/15/17 10:02pm Doug Schulkind:

Another all-time program, Gary. In other words, just another Wednesday evening on the Drummer Stream. Thanks!
Avatar Wed. 2/15/17 10:04pm Gary:

Rock-slanted! Night everyone, see you soon!
  Thu. 2/16/17 7:23pm zmmm:

Hi Gary. Thank you.
Avatar Thu. 2/16/17 7:26pm Gary:

You're welcome, Zmmm.
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