Yoko Ono

a story


1. a story
2. loneliness
3. will you touch me
4. dogtown
5. tomorrow may never come
6. yes, i'm a witch
7. she gets down on her knees
8. it happened
9. winter friend
10. heartburn stew
11. hard times are over

 


© Yoko Ono 1974

Yoko Ono: vocals and background vocals, Ken Ascher: keyboards, Leon Pendarvis: keyboards (She Gets Down On Her Knees), Gordon Edwards: bass, Arthur Jenkins: percussion, Rick Marotta: drums, Hugh McCracken: guitars, David Spinozza: guitars, horn section (I'm A Witch & Heartburn Stew) Michael Brecker: tenor sax; Randy Brecker: trumpet; Lewis Del Gatto: baritone sax, bass clarinet; Alan Rubin: trumpet; George Young: flutes, clarinet, background vocals: Erin Dickens, Gail Kantor, Louise Messina, Ann E. Sutton (Heartburn Stew, Hard Times Are Over & Tomorrow May Never Come) with Something Different (Tomorrow May Never Come), string section on She Gets Down On Her Knees: Joseth DeChristopher, Peter Eggers, Edward Fox, R. Kenneth Price, Michael Robison, David Thoreau Rose

Produced by Yoko Ono and David Spinozza

 

This was a previously unreleased album until Onobox in 1992. In 1997 Rykodisc issued the album with following bonus tracks

Anatano Te/Your Hands (previously unreleased version) Yoko Ono: vocal and piano. Recorded on cassette, Dakota period.

Extension 33 (previously unreleased version) Yoko Ono: vocal and piano. Recorded on cassette, Dakota period.

Now Or Never (previously unreleased version) Yoko Ono: vocal. Recorded live in Budapest, 1986


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