|It's Alright (I See Rainbows) - Front Cover
|It's Alright (I See Rainbows) - Rear Cover
|The Beatles Contribution:
|John - Inspiration
POLDC 5073 (cassette)
|16th December 1982
|U.K. Singles Chart Detail :
|Did NOT Chart
|Yoko's sixth solo album release, and it was quite well-received by the U.K. music press.
Produced and arranged by Yoko.
It was recorded at the Hit Factory, New York in the latter half of 1982 with the following personnel:
All the compositions on the album are by Yoko alone, inspired by John but not featuring him except in the middle eight of "Never Say Goodbye", when John can be heard shouting Yoko's name with Yoko and Sean talking. At the end of the song it is Sean's voice that says "Looks like a gigantic plum". Sean is heard again at the start of side 2 trying to wake Yoko.
The cover design was by Yoko, with photography by Bob Gruen, and artwork by Bill Levy and Bob Heimall.
The evocative rear cover has a 1982 picture of Yoko and Sean taken in Central Park with a superimposed picture of John taken
The album comes in a stiff card inner sleeve upon which are the lyrics and dedications.
This album was made with your love and prayers. Thank you. Love, Yoko
An Air Play
By Yoko Ono
|Never Say Goodbye
|Spec Of Dust
|Tomorrow May Never Come
|Let The Tears Dry
|I See Rainbows
The album was Deleted in January 1988.
26th August 1997, a first C.D. issue on Rykodisc with catalogue number RCD 10422,
Remixed by Yoko and Rob Stevens with digital editing by Paul Goodrich.
It adds two bonus tracks:
|Recorded on cassette, Dakota period
|You're The One
|Previously unreleased version from the Milk and Honey sessions.