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Yes - Our First Solo And Together Album

Yes - Our First Solo And Together Album
Our First Solo And Together
Prog Rock
Blue Cafe
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1Drum Solo (Alan White)2:41
2Sweet Dreams7:06
3Cachaba (Baiao)6:56
5Harp Solo4:59
6The Remenbering18:18
7(Fade In) Ram2:01
8 Millersville Rehearsals 1976
9 Live In Roanoke, Virginia, USA 1976-05-28
10I've Seen All Good People7:04
11Introduction / Apocalypse1:04
12Break Away From It All5:29
13The Gate Of Derilium21:33
15 Live in Nashville, Tennessee, USA 1976-06-01
16Hold Out Your Hand / You By My Side9:38
17Siberian Kahtru9:56
18Song Of Innocence6:52
20Heart Of The Sunrise11:12
21One Way Rag5:41


  • Bass Guitar, VocalsChris Squire
  • DrumsAlan White
  • Guitar, VocalsSteve Howe
  • KeyboardsPatrick Moraz
  • Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, HarpJon Anderson


American Tour 1976


The Yes Album is the third studio album by English progressive rock band Yes, released on 19 February 1971 by Atlantic Records. It was the band's first album to feature guitarist Steve Howe, who replaced Peter Banks in 1970, as well as their last to feature keyboardist Tony Kaye until 1983's 90125. The album was the first by the band not to feature any cover versions of songs. The band spent mid-1970 writing and rehearsing new material at a farmhouse at Romansleigh, Devon, and the new songs were. Yes is the eponymous debut studio album by English rock band Yes, released on 25 July 1969 by Atlantic Records. After forming in mid-1968, the band toured extensively across the United Kingdom with sets formed of original material and rearranged cover versions. They signed with Atlantic in early 1969, and entered Advision and Trident Studios in London to record their first album. Yes includes covers of Every Little Thing by the Beatles and I See You by the Byrds. The Yes Album Tour was a concert tour by progressive rock band Yes. Though it began more than six months before its release, the tour was named after the band's third studio album. Lasting from 17 July 1970 until 31 July 1971, and including 170 performances, the tour began at the Lyceum in London-Steve Howe's first performance with the band-and ended at the Crystal Palace Bowl, also in London-Tony Kaye's last performance with the band before his 13-year absence. I've Seen All Good People is a song performed by the English progressive rock band Yes. Written by Yes members Jon Anderson and Chris Squire, it was first included on 1971's The Yes Album and has appeared on several later albums. As with many progressive rock songs, the track consists of multiple distinct movements spliced together to form a cohesive longer work. The first movement, titled Your Move, was released as a single. It became a top 40 hit in the United States, which helped the group. Solo Together. A once a week feature collaborations of music and arts with different artist, friends and colleagues. He did not hesitate in saying yes to this collaboration when he learned about what Solo Together is all about. Maraming salamat, pare. Jim Lopez, who I have recently met thru FB and thru my big sister, Jayvee Baby Baldonado. Until our next collaboration on Solo Together. Keep safe and music on Solo Together. It was the first album since the breakup of Yes in 1980. One people - Together Freedom for today So easy the future So see the children's way. Love me Teach me Know me. One Yes' first two albums, Yes 1969 and Time and a Word 1970, the quintet was mostly searching for a sound on which they could build, losing one of their original members - guitarist Peter Banks - in the process. Their third time out proved the charm - The Yes Album constituted a de facto second debut, introducing the sound that would carry them forward across the next decade or more. Gone are any covers of outside material, the group now working off of its own music from the ground up. The Yes Album is the third studio album by YES, released on 19 February 1971 on Atlantic Records. It is their first album with guitarist Steve Howe , and their last until 1983s 90125 to feature keyboardist Tony Kaye. The album was the first by the group comprised solely of original material. The band spent mid-1970 writing and rehearsing new material at a farmhouse in South Molton, Devon, and the new songs were recorded at Advision Studios in the autumn. How 90125 gave Yes a new lease of life. Brian Lane, our former manager, had actually played me some of his tracks in 1979 and I thought it was the new Foreigner album. But three years later, we agreed to meet up with him. While Squire and White contemplated where life might lead in the post-Yes era, multi-instrumentalist Rabin had been facing an exciting, albeit uncertain, future. After releasing three well-received but commercially disappointing solo albums, he relocated to Los Angeles from the UK after signing to Geffen. I went through an intense writing phase out there, when I effectively came up with the songs which would appe. Sign up for our newsletter and go inside the world of music, culture and entertainment. Sign Up. August 15, 2014 4:03PM ET. Yes By. Jon Dolan. Jon Dolan's Most Recent Stories. John Legends Bigger Love is a Bear Hug We Need Right Now