Season of Glass

Season of Glass

by Yoko Ono

CD

Overview

After John Lennon's murder, Yoko took her anguish into the recording studio and emerged with this raw collection of songs. From the gunshots before the cut "No, No, No" to John's bloody glasses on the cover, this is harrowing stuff indeed. But it's surprisingly good, if only for the fact that the whole world was feeling similarly at the time. One of the most essential Yoko Ono releases, it's powerful and chilling. The CD reissue adds two bonus cuts: the single "Walking on Thin Ice" and a previously unreleased version of "I Don't Know Why," an a cappella home cassette recording made the day after Lennon's assassination.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/26/1997
Label: Rykodisc
UPC: 0014431042126
catalogNumber: 10421

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Yoko Ono   Primary Artist,Vocals,Background Vocals
John Lennon   Guitar,Keyboards
Earl Slick   Guitar,Rhythm Guitar
Michael Brecker   Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone
Ronnie Cuber   Saxophone,Baritone Saxophone
David Friedman   Percussion,Background Vocals,Vibes
Howard Johnson   Tuba,Horn
Anthony Davilio   Guitar,Conductor,Keyboards
Jack Douglas   Percussion
Arthur Jenkins   Percussion
Tony Levin   Bass
Hugh McCracken   Guitar,Rhythm Guitar,Harp
Andy Newmark   Drums
George Opalisky   Saxophone,Alto Saxophone,Soprano Saxophone
John Siegler   Bass,Drums
George Small   Keyboards

Technical Credits

John Lennon   Producer
Yoko Ono   Composer,Producer,Cover Design
Phil Spector   Producer
Lee DeCarlo   Engineer
Sean Lennon   Contributor
Chris Whorf   Artwork

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Season of Glass 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This work is simply astonishing. After years of nothing but criticism, Ms. Ono still had the convictions to stick with her art and make it public. Lyrics are astounding; musicians top-notch; and the pain is palpable. Listen to this immediately after ''Double Fantasy'', paying close attention to the lyrics. The ironies will rip your heart out... The trilogy continues with ''It's Alright'' and reaches closure and forgiveness with 1985's ''Star Peace''. Do yourself a favor and get all three.