Yoko Ono, "My Man" Single (1982). Front cover image. Ono brand of new wave, pop, calypso and experimental sounds.
Yoko Ono, "My Man" Single (1982). Back cover image. Ono brand of new wave, pop, calypso and experimental sounds.
Yoko Ono, "My Man" Single (1982). Record label sticker image. Ono brand of new wave, pop, calypso and experimental sounds.
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Yoko Ono "My Man" Single (1982)

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Details: Two songs by Yoko Ono, 7” used record "My Man" is a 1982 single by Yoko Ono from the album It's Alright (I See Rainbows) in a pop, and new wave/calypso style. "Let the Tears Dry" appeared on the B-side.

Yoko wrote about the song when it was included on her 1992 boxset Onobox:

"MY MAN was originally called MY PAPA because I referred to John as “Papa” when I spoke about him to my Japanese speaking friends, just as John started to sometimes call me “Mother” after Sean was born. John thought I should not call the song MY PAPA because there was already a song called that. “What about MY OLD MAN?” he said. That didn’t seem quite right. We laughed. I had kept the song on the backburner and changed it to MY MAN at the time of the recording"— Yoko Ono, "ONOBOX by Yoko Ono".

Description: Japanese artist, musician, and peace activist born February 18, 1933, in Tokyo, Japan. Wife of John Lennon from 1969 until his untimely death in 1980, mother of artist and musician Sean Lennon.

Grade: VG (picture sleeve) / VG (record)

TRACK LISTING SIDE A:

  1. My Man

TRACK LISTING SIDE B:

  1. Let The Tears Dry