Enjoy this album in full length I don´t own the album or the music I don´t own the song This video is not being used to make money in any way and is for entertainment and leisure purposes only Band:Yes Album:The Yes Album Track Listing: Yours Is No Disgrace: The Clap: Starship Trooper. I´ve Seen All Good People: A Venture: Perpetual Change: .
Faixas...Gravação Setembro de 1971 "Roundabout" (Jon Anderson/Steve Howe) -- 8:33 "Cans And Brahms" (Johannes Brahms, Arr. Rick Wakeman) -- 1:38 "We Have Heaven" (Jon Anderson) -- 1:40 "South Side Of The Sky" (Jon Anderson/Chris Squire) -- 7:58 "Five Per Cent For Nothing" (Bill Bruford) -- 0:35 "Long Distance Runaround" (Jon Anderson) -- 3:30 "The Fish (Schindleria praematurus)" (Chris Squire) -- 2:39 "Mood For A Day" (Steve Howe) -- 3:00 "Heart Of The Sunrise" (Jon Anderson/Chris Squire/Bill Bruford) -- 11:27
00:00 - Close To The Edge 18:42 - And You and I 28:51 - Siberian Khatru
00:00 - The Revealing Science of God (Dance of the Dawn) 22:22 - The Remembering (High the Memory) 43:00 - The Ancient (Giants under the Sun) 1:01:36 - Ritual (Nous sommes du soleil)
Yes - Yessongs (Full Album - 1973) Live - Remastered CD1 + CD2 01. Opening (Excerpt from "Firebird Suite") - 00:00 02. Siberian Khatru - 03:47 03. Heart of the Sunrise - 12:50 04. Perpetual Change - 24:08 05. And You and I - 38:24 06. Mood For a Day - 48:08 07. Excerpts from "The Six Wives of Henry VIII" - 51:04 08. Roundabout - 57:35 09. I've Seen All Good People - 01:06:05 10. Long Distance Runaround - 01:13:13 11. The Fish - 01:17:19 12. Close to the Edge - 01:26:53 13. Yours is No Disgrace - 01:44:55 14. Starship Trooper - 01:59:18 Band lineup: Jon Anderson : vocals Steve Howe / guitars and vocals Chris Squire / bass and vocals Rick Wakeman / keyboards Bill Bruford / drums on 04, 10 & 11 Alan White / drums on 01, 02, 03, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 12, 13 & 14
"Going for the One" (Jon Anderson) -- 5:32 "Turn of the Century" (Jon Anderson/Steve Howe/Alan White) -- 7:56 "Parallels" (Chris Squire) -- 5:53 "Wonderous Stories" (Jon Anderson) -- 3:49 "Awaken" (Jon Anderson/Steve Howe) -- 15:31 High Vibration Gentle Mass Touch Workings Of Man Master Of Time High Vibration(reprise)- Runaway Of Time
00:00 - Heart of the Sunrise 10:37 - Wonderous Stories 14:27 - Yours Is No Disgrace 24:09 - Starship Trooper 33:35 - Long Distance Runaround 37:06 - The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus) 39:33 - And You and I 49:51 - Roundabout (Live) 57:46 - I've Seen All Good People (Live)
Tracklist: 01 .Machine Messiah - 00:00 02. White Car - 10:27 03. Does It Really Happen ? - 11:49 04. Into the Lens - 18:25 05. Run Through the Light - 26:59 06. Tempus Fugit - 31:43 Drama is the tenth studio album by the English rock band Yes, released on 18 August 1980 by Atlantic Records. It is their only album to feature Trevor Horn as lead vocalist, and the first with keyboardist Geoff Downes, following the departures of Jon Anderson and Rick Wakeman in March 1980 after unsuccessful recording sessions for a new album in Paris and London; Horn and Downes also formed the new wave duo The Buggles together, and had recently released the international hit "Video Killed the Radio Star". Drama was recorded in a short amount of time as a tour was already booked prior to the change in personnel. It marked a departure in the band's musical direction with songs more accessible and aggressive, and featuring the use of modern keyboards and a vocoder. Drama was released to a mostly positive critical reception, with most welcoming the band's new sound. The album peaked at No. 2 in the UK and No. 18 in the US, though it became their first album since 1971 not to reach Gold certification by the RIAA. "Into the Lens" was released as the album's sole single. Yes toured the album with a 1980 tour of North America and the UK, and were met with some negative reactions during the UK leg over the new line-up change. Yes disbanded at its conclusion; Horn ventured into producing, Howe and Downes co-formed Asia, and Squire and White eventually formed Cinema with Trevor Rabin which led to a reformed Yes in 1982. The album was remastered in 2004 with previously unreleased bonus tracks. Yes performed Drama in its entirety for the first time on their 2016 European tour. Released : 18 August 1980 Recorded : April–June 1980 Studio : Townhouse and SARM East Studios (album) ; Roundhouse and RAK Studios (guitars) in London, England Genre : Progressive Rock , Art Rock , Psychedelic Rock Label : Atlantic Records Yes : Trevor Horn – Lead Vocals Steve Howe – Guitars, Backing Vocals Chris Squire – Bass, Backing Vocals Geoff Downes – Keyboards Alan White – Drums, Percussion Production : Yes – Production Eddy Offord – Engineer, Production George Chambers – Tape Operator Sean Davis (Strawberry Studios) – Disc Cutter Roger Dean – Cover Brian Lane – Co-ordinator (Band Manager)
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A YouTube user named jedzxor lovingly compiled and posted this collection of songs performed by the rock group Yes from various dates during their Summer 1976 "Solo Albums" tour of the U.S. which started at the Roanoke Civic Center in Virginia on May 28th and ended at the Rochester Community War Memorial in New York on August 23rd. As noted below there were many changes to this tour's setlist. I have added to jedzxor's post a gallery of solo album covers and images from the 1976 tour's trippy triple headed "Crab Nebula" stage which had a fiberglass shell over the drum kit, out of which rose three sets of lucite vertebra, ending in huge fiberglass "heads" with most of the stage lighting housed on the undersides, and aircraft landing lights in the "noses." 1. Apocalypse (DETROIT 08/17/76) 2. Siberian Khatru (VANCOUVER 07/21/76) 3. Sound Chaser (JERSEY CITY 06/17/76) 4. Your Move / I've Seen All Good People (JERSEY CITY 06/17/76) 5. Song Of Innocence (JACKSON 06/05/76) *1 6. Hold Out Your Hand (JACKSON 06/05/76) *2 7. You By My Side (ROANOKE 05/28/76) *2 8. Leaves Of Green (JACKSON 06/05/76) *3 9. On The Wings of Gold / Clap (MILWAUKEE 08/16/76) *4 10. Long Distance Runaround (JERSEY CITY 06/17/76) *5 11. Patrick Moraz Keyboard Solo (JERSEY CITY 06/17/76) *6 12. Jon Anderson Harp Solo (BOSTON 06/08/76) 13. Heart Of The Sunrise (JERSEY CITY 06/17/76) 14. Gates Of Delirium (DETROIT 08/17/76) (SB/AUD) 15. Crew Song (DETROIT 08/17/76) (AUD) 16. Ritual (DETROIT 08/17/76) (SB) *7 17. Starship Trooper (DALY CITY 07/20/76) *8 18. Roundabout (JERSEY CITY 06/17/76) 19. I'm Down (JERSEY CITY 06/17/76) 20. Sweet Dreams (JACKSON 06/05/76) *9 Notes Regarding Setlist Additions and Deletions: *1 "Song of Innocence" (William Blake, Pete Kirtley) from Alan White's Ramshackled (Dropped after 6 June 1976) *2 "Hold Out Your Hand/You By My Side" (Squire) from Chris Squire's 1975 solo album Fish Out of Water (Dropped after 6 June 1976) *3 "Leaves of Green" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White) (Performed between 1 June 1976 and 8 June 1976) *4 "On Wings Of Gold" based on "Winter" by Vivaldi (Added on 22 June 1976) *5 "Long Distance Runaround" (Anderson) (Added on 1 June 1976) *6 "Grand Canyon Suite" (Moraz keyboard solo) (Added on 1 June 1976) from Patrick Moraz's 1976 solo album The Story of I *7 "Ritual" (Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman, White) (Added on 8 June 1976) *8 "Starship Trooper" (Anderson, Squire, Howe) (Played on 8, 13, 16, 19, 20, and 21 June 1976, 17, 20, 28, 30, and 31 July 1976, and 7 August 1976) *9 "Sweet Dreams" (Anderson, Foster) (Dropped after 8 June 1976) CIRCUS Magazine September 13, 1976 "This is fantastic fun this tour," assures Yes bassist Chris Squire. The buzz is definitely on about the Yes tour though, and when it's all over for them at the end of August, the group will have played to over one million fans and fanatics (people who attend at least two or more shows) over a three-month period. "If you're gonna play to a vast audience," Squire explains, "you've got to be able to turn the people on in that kind of size hall. Lasers are just so terrifically powerful, in the way that they don't die. They're as impressive in a large place as they are in a small place. The laser beam is no different from a light bulb really. It's what you do with it." "We also have two backdrops, one is this 3-D, and then another one behind that, and things go on in between the two backdrops, like special lighting effects." This year, the Yes set has experienced an almost total reshuffling of their music material, as the band decided to revive some of their older works, drop out other things, and also include a variety of material from the five musicians' respective solo albums. Since the beginning of the tour though, the set has again been somewhat rearranged, because with the lengthy encores the band has been forced to do, their sets have been running much too long. "We've modified the show, and we're modifying it all the time," explains Squire. "We're still doing a bit of picking and choosing, rather than having one show that we know we're gonna play every night for the next two months. We're varying it a bit to keep us interested as well." It was finally decided that most of the solo tunes would be the ones dropped from the set, even though at the beginning of the tour, the set was arranged so that each member would perform one of their songs with the band. "We were, but actually we're not doing it at the moment because basically the set was running a very long time, and we weren't sure that it was making up the best kind of show doing it that way, because obviously, a lot of people don't know all the music from the solo albums anyway. So we spent the first couple of weeks really trying different things out, but in the end we kind of let the solo things slip, because in a way I think people were more into just hearing the Yes songs, and that's fair enough really, I can dig that."