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Yes - Yesshows '78 4th Night At Wembley album

  • Performer: Yes
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: Yesshows '78 4th Night At Wembley
  • Style: Prog Rock
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  • Rating: 4.3
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Description

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Yesshows is the second live album by the English progressive rock band Yes. It was released in November 1980 on Atlantic Records as the final album before the group disbanded in early 1981. Their first live album in seven years, it is compiled of recordings from their 1976, 1977, and 1978 tours from dates in North America and Europe with its mixing supervised by bassist Chris Squire.

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Yes - yesshows 1980 double lp record album atlantic. Yesshows" is not my favourite live album by Yes (and there are many to chose from!) by any means. I find the general recording quality, and indeed the performances, to be disappointing when compared to collections such as "Yessongs", and "Keys to ascension". The main reason this album is of interest is the presence of Patrick Moraz on keyboards on some (but not all) of the tracks. Another two from the Empire Pool at Wembley (different dates : 27th & 28th October 78); and finally "Going for the One" from Frankfurt (18th November 78). This combination might be a bizzarre choice and I would probably prefer each period to fill out one CD on a remastered issue (which could have been expanded like Yes did for almost each of their earlier releases).

tracks 1-1, 2-4: Ahoy-Halle, Rotterdam, Thursday, 24th November 1977. tracks 1-2, 2-1: Empire Pool, Wembley, Friday, 27th October 1978. track 1-3: Festhalle, Frankfurt, Friday, 18th November 1977. tracks 1-4, 2-2, 2-3: Cobo Hall, Detroit, Tuesday, 17th August 1976. Mixed at Sun Park Studios.

Yes released 'Yesshows' in November 1980. The timing is curious – it arrived three months after the band's 10th album, the divisive Drama, which featured a pair of controversial new recruits, the Buggles' Trevor Horn and Geoff Downes. The former, who had the impossible task of replacing the departed Jon Anderson, was reportedly booed at several shows during his first and only Yes tour. Given its place in the Yes timeline, Yesshows was likely a bittersweet listening experience for most fans – reminding of the band's erratic majesty in the mid-to-late '70s, with Anderson at the helm

Yesshows is YES second live album, compiled by Chris Squire and released in 1980. It features material recorded during tours between 1976 and 1978. Yesshows was YES’s second live album set. Released shortly after Drama, Yesshows comprised live performances ranging from YES’s 1976 Summer ‘Solo Albums’ Tour to the 1978 ‘Tormato’ Tour. The album’s release was supervised by bassist Chris Squire.

Title: Yesshows Artist: Yes Type: Live Album Released: December 19th, 1980 Recorded: August 17th, 1976 - October 28, 1978 Length: 78:54 Label: Atlantic Records Producer: Yes. Yesshows is the second live album by Yes. Yesshows comprises live performances ranging from the summer of 1976 to the supporting tour for Tormato in 1978. The album's release was supervised by bassist Chris Squire.

Is Yesshows the best album by Yes? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. YES ~ YES SHOWS ~ ORIGINAL LP ~ STILL FACTORY SEALED WITH HYPE STICKER ~ 1980 Condition: New. Time left: 1h 39m 5s. Ships to: Worldwide. Prog Rock 2 LP : Yes ~ Yesshows ~ Atlantic SD 2-510 Stereo Gatefold Condition: Used. Time left: 1h 42m 53s.

Yesshows is the second live album from the English progressive rock band Yes, released in November 1980 on Atlantic Records. The album is compiled of recordings from their 1976, 1977, and 1978 tours from dates in North America and Europe with its mixing supervised by bassist Chris Squire. Yesshows was remastered and expanded in 2009 by Isao Kikuchi, and published by Warner Music Japan as part of their "Yes SHM-CD Papersleeve" series. Live album by Yes. Released. 17 August 1976–28 October 1978 at various locations in Europe and North America.

Tracklist

1-1 Young Persons Guide To The Orchestra / Close Encounters Of The Third Kind 3:48
1-2 Siberian Khatru 10:01
1-3 Heart Of The Sunrise 11:13
1-4 Future Times / Rejoice 7:07
1-5 Circus Of Heaven 5:04
1-6 The Big Medley / Time And A Word ~ 4:42
1-7 ~ Long Distance Runaround 2:24
1-8 ~ The Fish 4:31
1-9 ~ Survival 2:20
1-10 ~ Perpetual Change 4:44
1-11 ~ Soon 8:39
1-12 Don't Kill The Whale 3:59
1-13 Madrigal 0:45
1-14 Steve Howe Solo / The Clap 4:11
2-1 Starship Trooper 11:02
2-2 Madrigal (Reprise) 1:42
2-3 On The Silent Wings Of Freedom 8:14
2-4 Rick Wakeman Solo 5:44
2-5 Awaken 17:16
2-6 I've Seen All Good People 7:45
2-7 Roundabout 8:37

Credits

  • Bass Guitar, Vocals – Chris Squire
  • Drums – Alan White
  • Guitar, Vocals – Steve Howe
  • Keyboards – Rick Wakeman
  • Vocals – Jon Anderson

Notes

Live at Wembley Arena, London, UK 1978-10-27