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Yoko Ono: It's Alright (Polydor/PolyGram)

Roy Trakin, Musician, February 1983

THERE ARE still many Beatles fans who accuse Yoko Ono of cannibalizing John Lennon's soul. Undoubtedly, Yoko's new solo effort will add fuel to their fire, with its intimations of direct contact with her late husband's spirit. "My man is the best in the world," blithely croons the mourning but merry widow, as the use of present tense throughout the record indicates a refusal to come to grips with her mate's absence.

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