Yoko Ono Covered by Iggy Pop on New 10-Inch, Shares Lenny Kravitz-Featuring New Song

Yoko Ono Covered by Iggy Pop on New 10-Inch, Shares Lenny Kravitz-Featuring New Song
Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band's upcoming LP Take Me to the Land of Hell features high-profile guests including tUnE-yArDs, Questlove, Lenny Kravitz, Wilco's Nels Cline and Miike Snow's Andrew Wyatt. Here's another artist you can add to the band's lengthy list of cohorts: Iggy Pop, who is teaming up with Plastic Ono band for a new one-sided 10-inch.

As The Future Heart notes, the single features a live recording of Pop singing Yoko Ono's song "Waiting for the D Train" from 2009's Between My Head and the Sky. Pop is backed by Plastic Ono Band, but Ono herself doesn't appear. It was recorded in Los Angeles for John Lennon's 70th birthday celebrations in 2010. There's also a cover of Ono's "I'm Going Away Smiling" from his 2012 covers album Après.

UPDATE: Ono has shared a live video of "Waiting For The D Train," and it turns out that she does appear after all. See the clip below.

The blank side of the record sports an etching designed by Ono. It will be released in a limited edition of 1,000 on August 19, with proceeds going to Paws 4 You Rescue of Miami, FL. It's available to pre-order here.

As for Take Me to the Land of Hell, Yoko is sharing one song per week until the release of the album. This week, it's the Lenny Kravitz-featuring "Cheshire Cat." The song boasts a funky bassline and lots of echoed weirdness. Check it out below.