Yes - Perpetual Member Change mp3 album
The Yes Album is the third studio album by the English progressive rock band Yes, released on 19 February 1971 by Atlantic Records. It is their first album with guitarist Steve Howe, who replaced Peter Banks in 1970, and their last in the 1970s to feature keyboardist Tony Kaye. The album was the first by the group not to feature any cover versions of songs.
Perpetual Change Lyrics. Who'll see perpetual change You'll see perpetual change. And there you are Making it up that you're sure that it is a star When all you see Is an illusion shining down in front of me And then you say Even in time we shall control the day When what you see Deep inside the day's controlling you and me.
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Album · 1970 · 6 Songs. Released: 31 Dec 1970. 1971 Atlantic Records. Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company. More By Yes. See All.
Perpetual Change" by David Watkinson & Rick Wakeman proves to be a very handy reference guide for the avid Yes fan. The book contains a forward by Yes keyboardist Rick Wakeman. The book features a brief history of the popular progressive band with many glossy photos some color and some black and white. There are also many examples (some in color) of Roger Dean's excellent album artwork. In addition there are a number of memorabilia items shown like tour posters, magazine covers, newspaper articles, tickets, backstage passes and tour books
Unfortunately it cuts out after Perpetual Change eliminating the final two songs of the set, Everydays and America. At 2:13 in Perpetual Change the taper stops the tape to check how much he has left and that slow down and pause remain on the tape. It lasts about two seconds and doesn’t detract from the enjoyment of the show, but it is there. This show appears during a month of heavy tour promoting the new album which was released the previous month. setlist: 1: yours is no disgrace 12:50 (cuts at 3:51) 2. I've seen all good people 8:40 3. clap classical gas mood for a day 6:42 4. perpetual change drum solo 16:23 5: it's love 10:48.
Perpetual change" is slightly spoiled for me by the inevitable drum solo, although the remainder of the track is probably superior to the "Yes album" original. Most of the remaining tracks are reasonably faithful to their studio counterparts, although Squire's bass solo on "The fish" is enhanced and developed into a much longer piece. This live album represented my second journey to the music of Yes after I first listened to the ground breaking "Fragile" album in mid seventies. What truly amazed me at first listen through a cassette lent from my big bro Henky was the live performance of "Perpetual Change" whereby by that time I had never heard of the studio album and I did not know this was taken from what album.
1971 - Perpetual Change (Bootleg, Hiwatt) 1985 - Live The Solos ( Bootleg) 1991 - Union Tour (Live) 1994 - The Yes Solo Family Album (YES Members) 2002 - Konocti (Field Amphitheatre Kelseyville CA USA) (2 CD) 2002 - Symphonic Live 2002 - The Encore Collection Extended Versions (Live) 2007 - Live At Montreux 2003 (2 CD) 2009 - Live At Hammersmith Apollo (Nov 17th) (2 CD).
|3||Yours Is No Disgrace||13:40|
|4||And You And I||12:15|
|6||Winter (Howe Solo)||2:26|
|7||In The Course Of The Day (Howe Solo)||3:53|
|1||Close To The Edge||21:20|
|2||Owner Of A Lonely Heart||6:02|
|5||To Be Over (Howe Solo)||4:41|
- Bass Guitar, Vocals – Chris Squire
- Drums – Alan White
- Guitar, Vocals – Steve Howe
- Keyboards – Oliver Wakeman
- Vocals – Benoît David
NotesLive At Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, CT, June 16, 2010
Track 2-5 Live At Tower Theater, Philadelphia, PA, June 15, 2010