Approximately Infinite Universe is a double album by Yoko Ono, released in early 1973 on Apple Records. It represents a departure from the experimental avant garde rock of her first two albums towards a more conventional pop/rock sound, while also dabbling in feminist rock. It peaked at number 193 in the United States. The 1997 CD reissue on Rykodisc added two acoustic demos of songs from this era, that were later released on 1981's Season of Glass. It was released again by Rykodisc in 2007.
Yoko Ono. Approximately Infinite Universe. The 1971 album Fly is a natural followup to Ono’s 1970 Plastic Ono Band, filled with raucous freak-out jams and conceptual experiments, with lots of Lennon participation. Things take a turn on 1973’s Approximately Infinite Universe, which adopts rock, glam, and funk tropes for sociopolitical protest. Later that year, Ono made Feeling the Space during a split from Lennon, and she embraced pop music in a subversive work of feminist flag-bearing. On paper, the most experimental of these three Ono albums, Fly, might.
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Approximately Infinite Universe is an essential and progressive piece of Ono's output, both in the advancements she made as a list, and as a solidified statement of her staunch feminist role within the very male-dominated mainstream rock ghetto of the mid-1970's. 4. What Did I Do! 5. Have You Seen A Horizon Lately. 6.
In this approximately infinite universe I know a girl who's in constant hell No love or pill could keep her cool Cause there's a thousand holes in her heart. And the wind of the past blows through her heart Reminding her of the people she killed Wind of now blows off her cool Telling her there's something shes missed. You know the town of sapporo, she says Where the men talk rough and never sing Two bottles of loneliness Patching the holes in her dream