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ALBUM REVIEW: Yes - Heaven & Earth (2014)

By Ryan Smith

Here’s the situation: Of all of the hundreds of bands that I have enjoyed in my time on this earth, Yes is one of the very few that I can attach the word ‘favourite’ to. 2,012 more words

Ryan Smith

Yes Move Heaven and Earth And Create A Beautiful Album

A new album from a classic group can often be problematic – nobody sells albums anymore, especially bands of an older ilk who are faced with an aging fan base that solely wants to hear the hits of yesteryear delivered live. 990 more words


YES, Syd Arthur live at Radio City Music Hall July 9, 2014 (music review)

As one would gather from the title, we saw both YES and Syd Arthur live at Radio City Music Hall this past July 9th. I’m something of a YES Head – I have almost all of their studio albums (I don’t have the most recent two because of a reason I’ll explain shortly) and most of the live albums as well as several of the concert DVDs. 1,347 more words

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Yes Special- Interview with Geoff Downes and Heaven and Earth Review

Legendary progressive rock band Yes, one of the most influential and respected bands in the genre have outlasted many of their contemporaries, crossing from West Coast psychedelia into epic traditional progressive rock symphonies, new wave FM rock, back to progressive epics and beloved anthems over the course of their 46 years, evolving band line-ups and 21 studio albums. 3,073 more words

Progressive Rock Music

Yes: Heaven & earth

“Heaven & Earth” is Yes first studio album with American singer Jon Davison on lead vocals. It was produced by Roy Thomas Baker and mixed by former member Billy Sherwood. 371 more words

Buggles - The Age of Plastic

Thirty five years after their hit single Video Killed The Radio Star, many people still remember The Buggles – but for all the wrong reasons. 729 more words


Three Great Songs You May Not Know By Asia

Asia has been one of my favorite bands since their self-titled debut album came out in 1982. The group was often labeled as a “super group” because of the bands that its members had previously been with. 432 more words