Yoko Ono announces details of new album, Yes, I’m A Witch Too

It's due in February next year

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Yoko Ono has announce details of a new album, Yes, I’m A Witch Too.

She will release the album – the sequel to her 2007 collaboration record Yes, I’m A Witch – on February 19, by the Manimal Group.

The album features collaborations with Sean Ono Lennon, Death Cab For Cutie, Sparks, Peter Bjorn And John, Moby and more.


Yes, I’m A Witch Too will be released as a double vinyl set, as well as on deluxe CD and digital formats.

Although the final sequence has yet to the confirmed, the featured tracks include:

”Forgive Me My Love”, ONO-Death Cab For Cutie

”Mrs. Lennon”, ONO-Peter Bjorn and John

”Give Me Something”, ONO-Sparks

”She Gets Down On Her Knees”, ONO-Penguin Prison

”Soul Got Out Of The Box”, ONO-Portugal. The Man

”Move On Fast”, ONO-Jack Douglas

”Dogtown”, ONO-Sean Ono Lennon

”Warrior Woman”, ONO-tUnE-yArDs

“Hell In Paradise”, ONO-Moby

”Catman”, ONO-Miike Snow

“Walking On Thin Ice”, ONO-Danny Tenaglia

”Yes, I’m Your Angel”, ONO-Cibo Matto

”Wouldnit”, ONO-Dave Audé

”I Have A Woman Inside My Soul”, ONO-John Palumbo

”No Bed For Beatle John”, ONO-Ebony Bones

”Coffin Car”, ONO-Automatique

”Approximately Infinite Universe”, ONO-Blow Up

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