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Yoko Ono


Deaf Institute, Manchester, 28/9/2009

Yoko Ono - Deaf Institute, Manchester, 28/9/2009

At the Deaf Insitute in Manchester, Dixie Ernill sees much hyped London-based indie rock band Fanfarlo play a fiery set


Between My Head and the Sky (2009)

Experimental and challenging, but ultimately totally irresistible new album from Yoko Ono, her first under the Platic Ono Band moniker since the mid 1970s



Leon Wildes
Interview Leon Wildes - Interview

Leon Wildes, author of 'John Lennon vs the USA', immigration attorney and winner of this groundbreaking case, talks about working with Lennon and Yoko Ono, legal challenges and the effects on posterity.

Unlistenable ?
Miscellaneous -

Jon Rogers devotes a day listening to some of the most unlistenable albums of all time including albums by Lou Reed, Royal Trux, John Lennon and Yoko Ono


All Tomorrow's Parties
Camber Sands Holiday Centre, 22/4/2005-24/4/2005 Miscellaneous - Camber Sands Holiday Centre, 22/4/2005-24/4/2005

The latest All Tomorrow's Parties weekend was hosted by controversial film director Vincent Gallo.Anthony Dhanendran both enjoys and endures sets from The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Buck 65, PJ Harvey and Yoko Ono among others


John Lennon and Yoko Ono
Double Fantasy John Lennon - Double Fantasy

In our 'Re: View' column, in which our writers look at albums from the past, Anthony Strutt reflects on John Lennon and Yoko Ono's 1980 album, 'Double Fantasy' which has been reissued in a double CD 30th anniversary edition, which includes an alternative version of the album


Leon Wildes
Raging Pages Leon Wildes - Raging Pages

Immigration attorney Leon Wildes won the infamous John Lennon vs. The USA deportation case, allowing Lennon and Yoko Ono to remain in New York City. Lisa Torem in 'Raging Pages' examines his book, 'John Lennon vs. the USA', highlights the drama and its aftermath.

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