- Summary: 'Witch' features an assortment of indie artists who have reimagined classic Yoko Ono tracks by mixing elements of the originals (mainly the vocals) with newly recorded music. The roster includes the Flaming Lips, Le Tigre, Spiritualized, Cat Power and the Polyphonic Spree.
- Record Label: Astralwerks
- Genre(s): Rock
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BrianK10I love this CD. The other reviews here are confusing. They criticize her life instead of the actual CD. Did they really listen to it? Or do they just hate Yoko and refuse to even give it a try?… Expand
RichEP8I used to hate Yoko because I was too young to understand her and her voice was like fingernails ala chalkbord but I was astonished at how delicate and sincere her voice has become,I love the asteralwerks ambiance touch!… Expand
MattD.2Ugh - my ears can't take more of her voice.
ToddW1The word "Yes" apparently has special meaning to Yoko Ono. After all, it was the word her late husband first spied in that magnifying glass after climbing that storied ladder in that London art museum many years ago, causing him to refocus his love to this avant garde artist. Unfortunately, it doesn't answer the question as to whether this a good album. It isn't. It sucks. As for Yoko being a witch, most Beatlemaniacs would concur with that assessment. Me, I don't have a problem with her attempting to be something she most assuredly is not, and that is talented. I do have a problem with those who fawn over her, more out of respect for her late husband and the ordeal she's gone through dealing with his murder, I'll wager. If it wasn't for John Lennon, well, think Kevin Federline without Brittany Spears. If cat-scratch vocals and simple melodies are your cup of tea, then by all means, check her out. I'll revisit the Plastic Ono Band if I want to hear anything with her name attached to it. At least there she knew her musical place - silent by her husband's side. Or high in the Dakotas, tending to his estate.… Expand