90125 (Remastered) YES
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- 1Owner Of A Lonely Heart04:26
- 2Hold On05:16
- 3It Can Happen05:31
- 6Leave It04:15
- 7Our Song04:18
- 8City Of Love04:52
Info for 90125 (Remastered)
With the 1983 release of 90125 Yes pulled off one of the greatest comebacks in rock history. The album is notable for marking a radical shift in style, with Yes largely trading in their trademark 1970s symphonic progressive rock sound for contemporary, synthesized 1980s pop.
The lead single, 'Owner of a Lonely Heart,' became #1 in the US and drove the album into the Top 5 helping it sell three million units during a chart stay of 53 weeks, by far Yes's most successful album. Other top-ten-heavy-airplay tracks include 'Hold On', 'It Can Happen', 'Leave It', 'Changes' and 'Cinema' won the 1984 Grammy for the best rock instrumental.
90125 is their eleventh album and the first album since the breakup in 1980. It's the first album to feature Trevor Rabin, the return of vocalist Jon Anderson and marked the first time in twelve years that original keyboardist Tony Kaye had appeared with the group.
Even with a new musical approach, the heart and soul of Yes still remains firmly intact on this unique work of pop-art-rock. To quote a line from 'Owner Of A Lonely Heart,' it will excite, it will delight.
Jon Anderson, vocals
Trevor Rabin, guitar, keyboards, background vocals
Tony Kaye, keyboards
Chris Squire, bass, background vocals
Alan White, drums, percussion, background vocals
Johnathon J. Jeczalik, keyboard programming
Dave Lawson, keyboard programming
Recorded at Sarm Studios, London; 'Cinema' recorded live at Air Studios, London (Spring/Summer 1983). Tracks 10 to 13 recorded at Sunpark Studios, London (1/81)
Engineered by Gary Langan (tracks: 1 to 9, 14, 15)
Engineered by Nigel Luby (tracks: 10 to 13)
Engineered by Trevor Rabin (tracks: 10 to 13)
Engineered by Julian Mendelsohn (tracks: 1 to 9, 14, 15)
Engineered by Stuart Bruce (tracks: 1 to 9, 14, 15)
Produced by Trevor Horn (tracks: 1 to 9, 14, 15) and Yes (tracks: 2, 10 to 13)
Remastered by Bill Inglot and Dan Hersch
Yes is an English rock band who achieved worldwide success with their progressive, art, and symphonic style of rock music. Regarded as one of the pioneers of the progressive genre, Yes are known for their lengthy songs, mystical lyrics, elaborate album art, and live stage sets. No fewer than 18 musicians have been a part of the band's line-up, with its current form comprising singer Jon Davison, bassist Chris Squire, guitarist Steve Howe, drummer Alan White, and keyboardist Geoff Downes. Yes have sold close to 50 million albums worldwide, including 13.5 million certified units in the United States.
Alan is considered by many to be one of the greatest rock drummers of all-time. With forty-plus years of performance experience and appearances on over fifty albums, Alan's dossier reads like a who's-who of rock legends. With his consummate professionalism and easy-going nature, Alan continues to be an inspiration to fellow musicians as well as fans.
Chris was born in London, England in March 1948. Chris began his musical career as a choirboy, which gave Chris a particular insight into choir arrangement and vocal techniques that was to follow him throughout his career. Chris formed YES in 1968 with vocalist Jon Anderson, and is the only member of YES to appear on every studio album.
Geoff Downes was born into a musical family in Stockport, England, where his father had been organist and choirmaster at a church. Geoff went to Leeds School of Music in 1971, graduating in 1975, thus becoming the first member of Yes to graduate with a degree in music.
Born in 1947, Steve began teaching himself to play the guitar at the age of 12, and lists Bill Haley, Les Paul, Jimmy Byant, Speedy West, Barney Kessel, and Chet Atkins as his influences. Steve first joined YES in 1970, and has also been a member of The Syndicats, Bodast, Tomorrow, Asia and GTR. A prolific performer, Steve released his 19th solo album in 2010.
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