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Yoko Ono - Approximately Infinite Universe album download
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Yoko Ono - Approximately Infinite Universe album download

Performer:
Yoko Ono
Album:
Approximately Infinite Universe
Style:
Alternative/Indie Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Experimental,Experimental Rock
Genre:
Duration:
01:32:36
Recording location:
Butterfly Studios
MP3 archive size:
1210 mb
FLAC archive size:
1658 mb
Other formats:
WMA AC3 WAV MMF RA MPC
Rating:
4.6
Votes:
803

Approximately Infinite Universe is a double album by Yoko Ono, released in early 1973 on Apple Records. It represents a departure from the experimental avant garde rock of her first two albums towards a more conventional pop/rock sound, while also dabbling in feminist rock. It peaked at number 193 in the United States. The 1997 CD reissue on Rykodisc added two acoustic demos of songs from this era, that were later released on 1981's Season of Glass. It was released again by Rykodisc in 2007.

Written and recorded in New York City with Elephant's Memory, Approximately Infinite Universe displayed Yoko Ono finally coming into her own right. Showing off her rock capabilities, she finds the hard spot with such cuts as "Yang Yang" and "I Felt Like Smashing My Face in a Clear Glass Window. But she shows gentle sentiment in cuts such as "Song for John" and the wonderful "Looking Over from My Hotel Window.

Complete your Yoko Ono With The Plastic Ono Band And Elephants Memory collection.

Approximately Infinite Universe by Yoko Ono, released 14 July 2017 1. Yang Yang 2. Death of Samantha 3. I Want My Love to Rest Tonight 4. What Did I Do! 5. Have You Seen a Horizon Lately 6. Approximately Infinite Universe 7. Peter the Dealer 8. Song for John 9. Catman (The Rosies Are Coming) 10. What a Bastard the World Is 11. Waiting for the Sunrise 12. I Felt Like Smashing My Face in a Clear Glass Window 13. Winter Song 14. Kite Song 15. What a Mess 16. Shiranakatta (I Didn’t Know) 17. Air Talk 18. I Have a Woman Inside My Soul 19. Move On Fast 20. Now or Never 21. Is Winter Here to Stay? 2. .

In this approximately infinite universe I know a girl who's in constant hell No love or pill could keep her cool Cause there's a thousand holes in her heart. And the wind of the past blows through her heart Reminding her of the people she killed Wind of now blows off her cool Telling her there's something shes missed. You know the town of sapporo, she says Where the men talk rough and never sing Two bottles of loneliness Patching the holes in her dream

Artist: Yoko Ono. Album: Approximately Infinite Universe. 05 – Have You Seen a Horizon Lately 06 – Approximately Infinite Universe 07 – Peter the Dealer 08 – Song for John 09 – Catman (The Rosies Are Coming) 10 – What a Bastard the World Is 11 – Waiting for the Sunrise 12 – I Felt Like Smashing My Face in a Clear Glass Window 13 – Winter Song 14 – Kite Song 15 – What a Mess 16 – Shiranakatta (I Didnt.

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Yang Yang Yoko Ono Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 3:50
2 Death of Samantha Yoko Ono Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 6:22
3 I Want My Love to Rest Tonight Yoko Ono Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 5:11
4 What Did I Do Yoko Ono Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 4:10
5 Have You Seen a Horizon Lately Yoko Ono Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 1:57
6 Approximately Infinite Universe Yoko Ono Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 3:20
7 Peter the Dealer Yoko Ono Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 4:44
8 Song for John Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 2:05
9 Catman (The Rosies Are Coming) Yoko Ono Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 5:32
10 What a Bastard the World Is Yoko Ono Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 4:33
11 Waiting for Sunrise Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 2:32

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 I Felt Like Smashing My Face in a Clear Glass Window Yoko Ono Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 5:07
2 Winter Song Yoko Ono Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 3:36
3 Kite Song Yoko Ono Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 3:19
4 What a Mess Yoko Ono Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 2:41
5 Shiranakatta (I Didn't Know) Yoko Ono Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 3:13
6 Air Talk Yoko Ono Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 3:21
7 I Have a Woman Inside My Soul Yoko Ono Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 5:31
8 Move on Fast Yoko Ono Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 3:43
9 Now or Never Yoko Ono Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 4:57
10 Is Winter Here to Stay? Yoko Ono Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 4:20
11 Looking Over from My Hotel Window Yoko Ono Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 3:31
12 Dogtown Yoko Ono Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 2:49
13 She Gets Down on Her Knees Yoko Ono Yoko Ono feat: Plastic Ono Band 2:45
  • One day she will get her due.Beatle freaks ought to listen to her early 70's albums to hear the most raw and inspired guitar playing that John Lennon has ever recorded.But nevermind that because even into her 70's, she releases some of the most interesting, funky, groovy, and rockin' tunes even though she's been wailing into a void of apathy, indifference, hatred and disdain ever since 1968. Yeah, sometimes it sounds like a puke omelette but not usually and for some reason it's those occasional missteps that people pick up on. ...that said, I guess it does help if you tune out her voice somewhat and instead listen to the whole gestalt of what she and her band are presenting. This is the key to "getting" Yoko.

  • Ian LeBlanc is right. Yoko Ono may not have a perfect career, which is great! But she has had some of the best moments in modern music history. John Lennon married her for a reason.

  • One of the most unfairly maligned, and most accomplished artists of our time, and this record particularly is unfairly derided. The "official misogyny" it took to rate this record 2/5 is mindboggling. With backing by Elephant's Memory, Approximately Infinite Universe "got" funk, soul, boogie, and rock-n-roll aplenty. Anyone listening to this in the 21st Century will recognize Ono's influence on dozens of artists. That influence is well founded. This might be one of the most underrated albums out there. Long live Yoko!

  • Not as groundbreaking and experimental as her previous record 'Fly', 'Approximately Infinite Universe' shows Yoko delving into a more commercial and mainstream music. Her signature wails are still present on this double album but Mrs Lennon here, sings in a much softer and appealing sound. If you want to get into Yoko, listen to this record or her 1980 album with John Lennon 'Double Fantasy'. While most people tend not to understand Ono's art, she keeps the avant-garde stylings to a minimum here. Ono dabbles in feminist rock as well, which becomes much more prominent on her next record. Ono is as emotional as ever however. Themes of loneliness and emotional alienation are evident in tracks like 'What A Bastard The World Is' and the funky 'I Felt Like Smashing My Face In A Clear Glass Window'. Ono tackles her public perception in 'What Did I Do!' And the effects of a male dominated society on women ('Yang-Yang', 'Death of Samantha' and 'I Have A Woman Inside My Soul'). While most people may find it difficult to appreciate the record given Ono's style and her voice, look past those things and you're presented with a Proto-punk hard rocking epic. 7.5/10