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Rising (Yoko Ono album)

Yoko Ono/Ima
Released 18 January 1996
Recorded Quad Recording, New York City
Genre Rock
Length 59:13
Label Capitol
Producer Yoko Ono, Rob Stevens
Yoko Ono chronology

New York Rock
Blueprint for a Sunrise
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]
Rolling Stone 4/5 stars [2]

Rising is a 1996 album by avant-garde artist Yoko Ono. Released on 18 January, on Capitol Records, it features the backing band IMA (Japanese for "Now"), which included Ono's son Sean Lennon, Timo Ellis, and Sam Koppelman. The album has sold 11,000 copies in the US to date.[3]

Track listing

All songs written by Yoko Ono.

  1. "Warzone" - 1:55
  2. "Wouldnit" - 3:02
  3. "Ask the Dragon" - 4:12
  4. "New York Woman" - 2:07
  5. "Talking to the Universe" - 3:31
  6. "Turned the Corner" - 2:58
  7. "I'm Dying" - 6:18
  8. "Where Do We Go from Here?" - 3:02
  9. "Kurushi" - 7:59
  10. "Will I" - 2:27
  11. "Rising" - 14:28
  12. "Goodbye My Love" - 2:22
  13. "Revelations" - 5:35

Rising Mixes (1996)

  1. "Talking to the Universe" (Cibo Matto Remix)
  2. "The Source" (ABA All Stars)
  3. "Ask the Dragon" (Ween Remix)
  4. "Where Do We Go from Here?" (Tricky Remix)
  5. "Rising" (Thurston Moore Remix)
  6. "Franklin Summer" (Yoko Ono/IMA)*

Keiji Haino, Masonna, Monde Bruits, Incapacitants, C.C.C.C., Hanatarash, MSBR, and The Gerogerigegege are also credited as performers in the "Rising" (Thurston Moore) remix.

A vinyl promo version replaces "Franklin Summer" with "Kurushi (Perry Farrell Mix)".


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