Yoko Ono :: Mind Train

In the liner notes of 1971's Fly, Yoko Ono included a special note about Fluxus instrument maker Joe Jones: "I was always fascinated by the idea of making special instruments for special emotions -- instruments that lead us to emotions arrived by their own motives rather than by our control."

That idea, of implement informing expression, hovers over the three albums comprising Secretly Canadian and Chimera Music's second wave of Ono reissues: Fly, and 1973's Approximately Infinite Universe and Feeling . . .

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