Yoko Ono on The Late Show with David Letterman with Sean, Charlotte & The Flaming Lips

Thank you, Flaming Lips for joining YOKO ONO PLASTIC ONO BAND for The Late Show with David Letterman and suprising me, in return, by inviting me to The Flaming Lips sold out show last night at Terminal 5 and playing DON’T WORRY KYOKO with me. That was such a sweet gesture. It was great fun!
love, yoko

Wayne Coyne & Yoko Ono by Sean Ono Lennon
Picture of Wayne Coyne & Yoko Ono by Sean Ono Lennon

Wayne Coyne & Yoko Ono
#YokoOno joined the #FlamingLips onstage during their epic set in New York last night to perform 1971’s “Don’t Worry Kyoko.”
Photo: Joe Papeo/@irocktheshot


Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band with RZA – Greenfield Morning I Pushed An Empty Baby Carriage All Over The City / Seed Of Joy / Life Is A Struggle


YOKO ONO PLASTIC ONO BAND & RZA

Greenfield Morning I Pushed An Empty Baby Carriage All Over The City
/ Seed Of Joy / Life Is A Struggle

Live at The Orpheum Theatre, Los Angeles, USA – 1 Oct 2010

10″ Single, Chimera Records CHIM017
Released 9 September 2013

Limited to 1,000 one-sided 10″ singles with a Yoko Ono etching on the flip side.
All net profits of the download and vinyl sales will go to The Children’s Literacy Society, which provides after-school enrichment programs for at-risk children in Staten Island, NY.

Preorder the 10″ single from Chimera Music or RecordStore.co.uk

SEED OF JOY / LIFE IS A STRUGGLE

My mind flashed back to the early moon
When I was just a sperm cell in the fallopian tube
In the midst of a state of triple darkness
Going through a struggle so I could […]

Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band with Iggy Pop – Waiting For The D. Train

 

“The ‘D’ stands for death, so the thing is, you’re waiting for death, in a way. And while you’re waiting for death, a lot of things go on in your life. Separations or pain or some beautiful joy, all this stuff happens. And then in the end [of the ‘Between My Head And The Sky‘ album is] the song called “Higa Noboru,” which means “The Sun is Rising.” After the D Train, The Sun Is Down. And then the sun is rising, and I’m saying “I’m still alive.” It’s going into the new era, a new age. We’re gonna go to a new age together. That’s what it means.”
Yoko Ono, 2012.

YOKO ONO PLASTIC ONO BAND & IGGY POP

Waiting For The D. Train – Live at The Orpheum Theatre, LA, 1 Oct […]

YOKOKIMTHURSTON


VIDEO (above): Yoko Ono, Kim Gordon & Thurston Moore – Mulberry

Live at The Orpheum Theater, Los Angeles, 2nd October 2010, as part of YOKO ONO’s ‘We Are Plastic Ono Band’ concert with Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band and Special Guests.

“Mulberry is an ideal piece of noise music. As it is freeform, we are able to bring out maximum energy to wake up the world. I did it a few times with Thurston. But Kim’s involvement gave a new dimension to it. We soon got the idea of doing an album together, and we have – called YOKOKIMTHURSTON.”
Yoko Ono, June 2012



Yoko Ono & Thurston Moore – Festival Dates August 2013

Yoko Ono & Thurston Moore are playing 4 Festival dates in August 2013, combining vocals, guitar, drums and spectacular visuals from Yoko and Thurston’s film archives. […]