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Album of the Day: Yoko Ono, “Warzone”

The songs on Yoko Ono’s Warzone quake with the weight of history. A collection of newly reinterpreted songs written across the last 48 years, the album lands as both a profound statement on our present age, as well as a check-in on the progress we’ve made. 208 more words

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How NOT to write about music - 17. Yoko Ono

First. read this most excellent and comprehensive review by Alexis Petridis.

“Warzone is not an album built to convince Ono’s naysayers that they’re wrong: it’s too messy and uneven, and its high points are intimidating and difficult. 220 more words

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Pop Forecast for Oct. 15: The Conners, The Rookie and more

“You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows,” Bob Dylan sang. But these days, a guide through the seemingly endless flurry of pop culture offerings is just what we need. 345 more words


Similarities Between Men & Women

I am back! After far too long with a wisp of my mind blurting out on your phone/ laptop screens. Only to discuss a topic that I have for the longest time refused to accept as a part of my reality to begin with, a difference between male and female. 396 more words


♪ Yesterday ♪

Okay, so yes, this is a rather melancholy song, but every now and then we all have those melancholy moments, right?  The song itself is not necessarily among my favourite of the Beatles repertoire, but there’s just something about it. 464 more words




my poem should be

so minimalist
you cannot see it

white black which


should big ding dong…

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Song Of The Day: Yoko Ono, "Imagine"

Yoko Ono has spent more than half of her 85 years as the recipient of unwarranted, unjustified, and unimaginable sexism and racism,  because she has erroneously been dubbed the woman who ”broke up” … 194 more words

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