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Yoko Ono|Rising Mixes

Rising Mixes

Yoko Ono, IMA

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This 58-minute disc takes four of the tracks from the Yoko Ono/IMA album Rising -- "Talking to the Universe," "Ask the Dragon," "Where Do We Go from Here," and "Rising" -- and assigns remix duties to, respectively, Cibo Matto, Ween, Tricky, and Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore. Of course, "remix" is a restrained word for what the remixers do. For example, Cibo Matto adds two drum sets, extra keyboards and samples, and a rap by Miho Hatori to "Talking to the Universe," resulting in an extensively revised version of the song. Gene and Dean Ween and Andrew Weiss also play along with "Ask the Dragon," retaining only Yoko Ono's arch spoken vocal. The album also includes "The Source," credited to ABA Allstars, who are led by the Beastie Boys' Adam Yauch, which contains some of Ono's patented screaming, and the 30-minute "Franklin Summer," which is not a special mix, but rather a new soundscape by Ono and IMA consisting of her ululating voice (and, halfway in, some improvised singing), acoustic guitars, and percussion.
© William Ruhlmann /TiVo

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1
Talking To The Universe (Cibo Matto Remix)
00:04:21

Yoko Ono, MainArtist - Miho Hatori, Contributor - Cibo Matto, Remixer - YUKA HONDA, Contributor - Russell Simins, Contributor - Dougie Browne, Contributor - Ima, MainArtist

1996 Chimera Muisc 1996 Chimera Muisc

2
The Source (Aba All Stars)
00:04:58

Mario Caldato Jr., Remixer - Adam Yauch, FeaturedArtist - Yoko Ono, MainArtist - Sean Lennon, FeaturedArtist - Miho Hatori, FeaturedArtist - YUKA HONDA, FeaturedArtist - MCA, Remixer - Ima, MainArtist

1996 Chimera Muisc 1996 Chimera Muisc

3
Ask The Dragon (Ween Remix)
00:04:49

Ween, Remixer - Yoko Ono, MainArtist - Andrew Weiss, Contributor - Gene Ween, Contributor - Dean Ween, Contributor - Ima, MainArtist - Greg Frye, Remixer

1996 Chimera Muisc 1996 Chimera Muisc

4
Where Do We Go From Here (Tricky Remix)
00:05:07

Yoko Ono, MainArtist - Ian Caple, Contributor - Tricky, Remixer - Ima, MainArtist

1996 Chimera Muisc 1996 Chimera Muisc

5
Rising (Thurston Moore Remix)
00:08:48

Yoko Ono, MainArtist - Thurston Moore, Remixer - Masonna, FeaturedArtist - Keiji Haino, FeaturedArtist - Ima, MainArtist - Incapacitants, FeaturedArtist - MSBR, FeaturedArtist - Aube, FeaturedArtist - C.C.C.C., FeaturedArtist - Hantarash, FeaturedArtist - Monde Bruits, FeaturedArtist - The Gerogerigegege, FeaturedArtist - Violent Onsen Geisha, FeaturedArtist

1996 Chimera Muisc 1996 Chimera Muisc

6
Franklin Summer
00:30:02

Yoko Ono, MainArtist - Ima, MainArtist

1996 Chimera Muisc 1996 Chimera Muisc

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This 58-minute disc takes four of the tracks from the Yoko Ono/IMA album Rising -- "Talking to the Universe," "Ask the Dragon," "Where Do We Go from Here," and "Rising" -- and assigns remix duties to, respectively, Cibo Matto, Ween, Tricky, and Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore. Of course, "remix" is a restrained word for what the remixers do. For example, Cibo Matto adds two drum sets, extra keyboards and samples, and a rap by Miho Hatori to "Talking to the Universe," resulting in an extensively revised version of the song. Gene and Dean Ween and Andrew Weiss also play along with "Ask the Dragon," retaining only Yoko Ono's arch spoken vocal. The album also includes "The Source," credited to ABA Allstars, who are led by the Beastie Boys' Adam Yauch, which contains some of Ono's patented screaming, and the 30-minute "Franklin Summer," which is not a special mix, but rather a new soundscape by Ono and IMA consisting of her ululating voice (and, halfway in, some improvised singing), acoustic guitars, and percussion.
© William Ruhlmann /TiVo

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