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|1. My Man|
|2. Never Say Goodbye|
|3. Spec Of Dust|
|5. Tomorrow May Never Come|
|6. It's Alright|
|7. Wake Up|
|8. Let The Tears Dry|
|9. Dream Love|
|10. I See Rainbows|
|11. Beautiful Boys|
|12. You're The One|
A very plain arrangement that almost sounds like she's singing in the middle of a war-zone.
Despite the irony, "My Man" is a great song. "Never Say Goodbye" is where i think Yoko tapped into her genius skills.
Anyway all in all this is still a good album, and though it's not one of her best, it is still a must for Onofans everywhere.
and I happen to adore her and her voice. She writes such touching melodys,
and the lady can rock. Check out Hell In Paradise for an example.
If Yoko's fantastic works that created punk rock and art rock are a bit to far out of your musical ballpark try her It's Alright. It may be too tame for alternative fans.Published on June 14, 2002 by Keri
There a couple of Ono's very best songs on this collection i.e. "Dream Love" (which is in my top five Yoko Ono favorites) her sound effects and lyrics weave into one of... Read morePublished on May 12, 2001 by Thomas Lapins