A rather sweet tribute to passionate love.
The last section. Does not show Yoko at her best, but still an entertaining show to watch.
Though, I do not know the story behind the bag, but it did made me think, “Oh! Yoko’s doing a tribute to I Like America and America Likes Me,“
Honestly, if I planned to introduce someone to Yoko’s unusual vocal stylings, I would not use this as a starting point.
Well, at least the guitar playing’s good. Besides, seeing two powerhouses such as John Lennon and Frank Zappa together and jamming leaves me in a sublime mood.
Yoko’s whispery vocals and deep bass make for a cool, contemplative, and even playful atmosphere.
I absolutely love this title. It feels very Frank Zappa. Not to mention the music creates this happy contrast to the depressing lyrics. The music itself has this bouncy fifties feel to it as well.
Songs to listen to while you read and other activities.
A long, meandering that tells a story at the beginning but then it peters out with quotes and vocalizations. The link provides insight behind it, but the last part still feels meandering to me.
A nice meditative song, what with the quiet acoustic guitar, the soft drums, and Yoko’s vocalizations.
Another long song consisting mostly of Yoko making vomitting sounds.
Oh wow, everything works here. The thumping beat, the ethereal whistling, and the quirky gospel choir style singing. So pretty and so uplifting.
Something very childlike about Yoko’s voice in this song. On the other hand, one can hear her trying not to hit a bad note here.