Yoko Ono

Yes, I'm a Witch Too

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Yes, I'm a Witch Too arrives nine years after the original Yes, I'm a Witch, which found Yoko Ono collaborating with a bewitching and sometimes bewildering array of artists from the worlds of indie and dance music. This time, Ono's collaborators range from her son Sean Lennon to Moby to Peter Bjorn and John. As on Yes, I'm a Witch, the best moments are often the wildest and hardest to classify: along with tUnE-yArDs' brash take on "Warrior Woman" -- which appeared previously on Onobox -- the highlights include Sparks' torchy, theatrical "Give Me Something" and Ebony Bones' unsettling, footwork-inspired remix of "No Bed for Beatle John." Of the more dance-minded remixes, among the best are Danny Tenaglia's atmospheric version of "Walking on Thin Ice" and Dave Audé's electro reworking of "Wouldnit," which take Ono's music in very different but equally authentic directions. Yes, I'm a Witch Too may be somewhat uneven, but its wildly different tracks reaffirm that Ono's music contains multitudes.

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