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on April 26, 2001
Lots of us bought this album in 1981. We bought it to support Yoko after John's death, and the gunshots on "No, No, No" were a matter of much discussion at the time, as well as the memorable cover photo.
Now after all these years I finally bough this remastered CD version. The inclusion of "Walking on Thin Ice" is a huge plus, as well as the wonderful job remastering the original album.
Now, 20 years later, this album does not sound dated. It is a very good piece of mainstream pop music, and I recommend it. Hope you enjoy it as much as I have!
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on January 9, 2014
Are there people still angry at Yoko Ono? Why? After all -- and this is a major hypothetical, folks -- if Justin Timberlake decided to get divorced and marry, oh, Edwige Danticat because the two of them were really in love, wouldn't that be seen as uber-cool? And if Ms. Danticat decided she wanted to start singing, well, why not? I'm drawing this outrageous modern parallel because the Lennon-Ono partnership was way ahead of its time, and maybe it still is. This masterpiece, "Season of Glass," documents that partnership in pieces, Yoko soldiering on, trying to figure out how to soldier on, after her husband's murder. If you don't like Yoko, guess what, she already knows and she makes fun of that attitude (and of herself) all over this record, which is broken-hearted, angry, life-affirming, earthy, and highly musical. It's spellbinding, and it's Lennon in present-tense, a celebration as much as a mourning. Someone should have encouraged Courtney Love to listen to this a lot back in 1994. But unlike real history, rock history never repeats itself.
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on December 15, 2016
It is a fine album. I've never been able to understand how everyone else doesn't think so.
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on January 27, 2016
So sad. Such courage to create.
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on January 23, 2013
On the one hand, this vendor had the somewhat hard-to-find CD and shipped it promptly.

On the other, it was simply put in a padded envelope so, predictably, it arrived with a broken jewel case. I assume that is Amazon's fault not that of Overstock, but I don't know with certainty.

Hard to accept when you pay $40 for a CD.

This has happend to me many times with CDs shipped by Amazon.
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