the yoko ono reissue project will deliver classic and unseen music, photos and ephemera

You no longer need a record player to really “get” Yoko Ono.

by Amy Campbell
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09 September 2016, 5:12am

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The internet is a beautiful thing. It's the gift that never stops giving. This week's offering comes from Yoko Ono, who has announced that come November a bountiful range of her music will be available for digital listening for the first time. Fans without record players can finally rejoice.

Dubbed the Yoko Ono Reissue Project, eleven of her studio albums from 1968 to 1985 will be available for purchase and streaming online. Each one will be remastered and presented alongside recreations of their original vinyl covers. The project will also include a curated selection of never-before-seen photos and ephemera. The first instalment will arrive on 11 November, with the rest following in 2017.

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