Unfinished Music No. Following Lennon's wife, Cynthia Lennon , going on holiday, it was the result of an all-night session of musical experimentation in Lennon's home studio at Kenwood. Lennon and Ono's debut album is known not only for its avant garde content, but also for its cover. The album cover features Lennon and Ono naked, which made the album become controversial—to both the public and the record company EMI , which refused to distribute it.
Unfinished Music No. 1: Two Virgins John Lennon & Yoko Ono
Unfinished Music No. 2: Life with the Lions - Wikipedia
CD NEW! Reissue producers: Yoko Ono, Rob Stevens. Originally released in on Apple Records. Ono, a member of the Fluxus art movement, was a respected artist and had been producing pieces in non-traditional media sound, video, conceptual throughout the '60s--in fact she met Lennon when he came to one of her gallery exhibitions. With the Beatles in often-fractious circumstances at that time, Lennon poured his energies into collaborations with her. The two long pieces which comprise the bulk of this CD were originally a side each of a vinyl record the bonus track, a lovely song called "Remember Love," was the B-side to their "Give Peace a Chance" single. They're both sound collages which incorporate found sounds, bits of other recordings, some keyboards and other instruments, as well as Lennon and Ono variously talking and vocalizing.
UNFINISHED MUSIC NO 1: TWO VIRGINS Vinyl Record
At the time of its release, this duo album by John Lennon and Yoko Ono gained its greatest notice for its cover, a photograph that depicted the two standing before the camera naked. The recording, too, can be described as naked, in that it contains no music that would interfere with one's ability to hear the normal sounds of life. The record is not unlike what you might get if you turned on a tape recorder for a random half-hour in your home -- snatches of inaudible conversation far away from the microphone, footsteps, wind, and so on.
Unfinished Music No. It was a successor to 's highly controversial Unfinished Music No. The album peaked in the United States at number