Season of Glass is a 1981 album by Yoko Ono, her first solo recording after the murder of her husband John Lennon. The album was released less than six months after Lennon's death and deals with it directly in songs such as "Goodbye Sadness" and "I Don't Know Why". Season of Glass reached on Billboard 200 Album Chart, making it Ono's highest-charting solo album to date.
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Season Of Glass is the fifth album by Yoko Ono,Originally released on 8th June 1981 in the UK, and on the 12th of June 1981 in the US. Season of Glass Q&A. More Yoko Ono albums. Yes, I'm a Witch Too. Show all albums by Yoko Ono. Home.
Season of Glass’ fourteen compositions are a fascinating montage of memories, dreams and incantations, most of which seem to touch on the tragedy, even though many were actually written much earlier. But Yoko Ono gives us her all. Season of Glass is vivid with her exotic personality, her overflowing emotional life and her idiosyncratic vision. Ono’s universe is a matriarchy where even the Creator is feminine.
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Season of Glass is a 1981 album by Yoko Ono, her first solo recording after the murder of her husband John Lennon. Season of Glass charted at number 49, making it Ono's highest-charting solo album to date. Season of Glass es un disco de Yoko Ono de 1981, su primero después de la muerte de su esposo John Lennon