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Yoko Ono / Plastic Ono Band & Something Different - Feeling The Space Album

Yoko Ono / Plastic Ono Band & Something Different - Feeling The Space Album
Feeling The Space
Yoko Ono / Plastic Ono Band & Something Different
MP3 album size:
1740 mb
FLAC album size:
2163 mb
Apple Records


1Run, Run, Run5:07
2A Thousand Times Yes3:00
3Angry Young Woman3:51
4Men, Men, Men4:01
5Yellow Girl (Stand By For Life)3:13
6Coffin Car3:29
7If Only3:40
8Growing Pain3:50
9She Hits Back3:48
10Straight Talk2:50
11Women Power4:50
12Woman Of Salem3:09


  • Art DirectionJohn Hoernle
  • BassRobert Kreimar (Babbit), Gordon Edwards
  • DesignYoko Ono
  • DrumsAndrew Smith , Jim Keltner, Rick Marotta
  • EngineerJack Douglas
  • Engineer [Assistant]Ed Sprigg, Gregg Calbi
  • FluteJeremy Steig
  • GuitarDavid Spinozza, John O'Cean
  • HarmonicaDon Brooks
  • Lacquer Cut Bywly
  • Mastered ByTom Rabstenek
  • PercussionArthur Jenkins
  • Photography ByBob Gruen
  • PianoKenneth Lee Ascher
  • Producer [Assistant]May Pang
  • SaxophoneMichael Brecker
  • Steel Guitar [Pedal]Sneaky Pete
  • VibraphoneDavid Friedman
  • Vocals, Backing Vocals, Written-By, ProducerYoko Ono


Printed in U.S.A.
Recorded At The Record Plant

The cover credits Yoko Ono, Plastic Ono Band & Something Different. On the label it's only Yoko Ono. On the spine, Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band.

"This album is dedicated to the sisters who died in pain and sorrow and those who are now in prisons and in mental hospitals for being unable to survive in the male society."


  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side): wly 1-3412-F-6.. 2
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side): wly 2 2-3412-F-3.. I


  • Copyright (c) – Yoko Ono
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Apple Records, Inc.
  • Manufactured By – Apple Records, Inc.
  • Recorded At – Record Plant, N.Y.C.
  • Mastered At – Capitol Mastering


Feeling the Space is Yoko Ono's fourth solo album, her last one on Apple Records. The entire album adopts a feminist theme, focusing on issues affecting women in the 1970s. Its liner notes parody adult advertising, giving the telephone numbers, birthdates and vital statistics of the male band members. John Lennon appears as John O'Cean, with his number listed as Not for Sale. Lennon played guitar on the tracks Woman Power and She Hits Back, and sings a backing vocal line on Men, Men, Men. Feeling the Space is Yoko Ono's fourth solo album, her last one on Apple Records and her last release of the 1970s. A fifth album, A Story, would in album Yoko Ono - Feeling The Space 1973. Yoko Ono - Growing Pain. Yoko Ono - Yellow Girl Stand By For Life. Yoko Ono - Coffin Car. Yoko Ono - Woman Of Salem. Yoko Ono - Run, Run, Run. Yoko Ono - If Only. Yoko Ono - A Thousand Times Yes. Yoko Ono, Plastic Ono Band. Experimental Avant-Garde. On Feeling the Space, Yoko Ono took complete control of her product for the first time. John Lennon only played as a side musician on one cut, with the rest of the songs ably abetted by some of New York's finest studio cats. This is a feminist record dedicated to the sisters who died in pain and sorrow for being unable to survive in a male society. The best term to describe the music here is angry. Yoko Ono - Feeling the space 1974 56:28. Coffin car - Yoko Ono with Plastic Ono Band and Something Different 3:33. Yoko Ono - Woman of Salem lyrics 3:10. Yoko Ono with Plastic Ono Band - Run Run Run 5:12. Yoko Ono - A Thousand Times Yes 3:01. Yoko Ono - Angry Young Woman 3:56. Yoko Ono Woman Power 4:58. Yoko Ono - Men Men Men 4:10. Ajouter à une Liste. The fact that the once-reviled Yoko Ono is inspiring a new generation of activists comes as no surprise if youve listened to Feeling the Space, her personal-is-political 1973 album that resonates remarkably forty-four years later. On such songs as the righteous chant Woman Power, the empathetic ballad Angry Young Woman, the hilarious proto-grrrl Potbelly Rocker, and the satirical Men Men Men, Ono sings in surprisingly straightforward fashion about the burdens carried by women and the mandate for feminism. Now Yoko finally has an album all her own out, and it bodes well for future experiments by the Murk Twins along these lines. For one thing, Yoko has excellent backup this time: one track features an Ornette Coleman quartet, and the rest find John, Ringo and bassist Klaus Voormann working out accompaniments that are by turns as frenzied as Yoko herself and quite restrained. It always sounds thought-out, carefully arranged, appropriate and with Yokos music thats saying something. Feeling The Space is the fourth album by Yoko Ono, Originally released on 23rd November, 1973. The album was originally intended as a double album, but EMIApple demanded it be shortened. The full album was released in 1992 in the boxset Onobox. Feeling the Space Q&A. Producers John Lennon & Yoko Ono. More Yoko Ono albums. Yes, Im a Witch Too. Show all albums by Yoko Ono. Yoko Ono, Yoko ONO Plastic ONO Band. New York, Ny Part 2. John Lennon & Yoko Ono. Blueprint For A Sunrise. Yoko Ono. Rising Mixes. Feeling The Space. Approximately Infinite Universe. Wedding Album. John LennonYoko Ono, John Lennon, Yoko Ono. Plastic Ono Band by Yoko Ono, released 11 November 2016 1. Why 2. Why Not 3. Greenfield Morning I Pushed An Empty Baby Carriage All Over The City 4. AOS 5. Touch Me 6. Paper Shoes 7. Open Your Box Bonus Track 8. Something More Abstract Bonus Track 9. Why Extended Version 10. This long-overdue vinyl reissue of Yoko Ono's seminal, but massively under-appreciated Plastic Ono Band has all the makings of a classic rock nostalgia trip: Ono, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Klaus Voorman and free-jazz legend Ornette Coleman. But once the needle drops, the record achieves something exactly perpendicular to nostalgia