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A review of a stereo mix called feel it in my bones

The insight into the recording process provided by these tapes more than compensates for any lack of high fidelity in the source material.

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October 1968 looked grim: That, at least, was how Jon Anderson saw it. From this sudden encounter YES were born. Lots of work and much more courage, very little time and even less money, were the ingredients that Jon and Chris and their three original musical partners long since departed to play elsewhere mixed into the creation of YES.

Rehearsing, revising, resounding night after day week in and month out, they knew they had to make or break. Their first public performance, at a South London college was a success. Their first out of town appearance at a Brighton youth club was not.

Lesser men may be destroyed by rejection, incomprehension, indifference. Better men convert such negative response into the goad to action. And so it was with YES.

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They simply played on. It was in December 1968 that YES began to take off, not a sensational launch into the deep space of fame, rather a steady ascent toward the stars. This was the most sophisticated audience YES had vet encountered, an audience used to the best and so able to identify it. They identified it in YES, and rewarded the group with deserved attention.

So did the press.

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In the summer of 1969 YES released their first record. Thereafter, the group began to move a little faster to get around a little more. They were being heard. They were being seen. And in December 1969 the glaciers and valleys of Switzerland were reverberating with their live music as YES made their first continental appearance. YES had survived their first year, were playing better than ever, were now in demand.

June 1970 saw the departure of the lead guitarist.

  1. Their first out of town appearance at a Brighton youth club was not.
  2. I have narrow ear canals and weird-shaped ears, meaning most earbuds even with sizing tips tend to fall out. Thereafter, the group began to move a little faster to get around a little more.
  3. At this point, music and bone conduction feel like a mismatch. YES have evolved from writing simple 32 bar songs to creating complete, complex works that are not symphonies or operas or oratorios or anything else the world has ever known.

Steve was soon astounding audiences with his solo piece Clap Before long Steve and Jon were putting heads and hearts together to create the kind of music for which the group have become renowned. This partnership has grown more fertile, more imaginative with the passing years and continues with undiminished creativity today.

By 1971 the group could fill n hall anywhere In March of that year they undertook their first really intensive tour: Upon their return to Britain, their keyboard player left. At the time this seemed an insufferable blow. The group were on the eve of their second American tour. These were days of apprehension, unrelieved tension, for this new tour of America would be critical.

Relayer – in 5.1 & Hi-Res Stereo – Remixed & Expanded by Steven Wilson (2014)

It is at moments like this that destiny would seem to stretch out her hand and lead her creatures out of the whirlwind. Alan White sat down at the drums and accomplished something remarkable: The crisis had been surmounted. At the beginning of 1974 the group were back in America, this time even packing Madison Square Garden. Not content to rest, they toured Europe once more. In June 1974 Rick Wakeman decided to leave the group, pursuing the rewards of a solo career.

Patrick is a versatile musician who plays the violin, organ, piano, harpsichord and of all things the alpine horn.

Although Patrick was born on an aeroplane, he came down to earth in Switzerland and so is the only non British member of the group. Today YES are acclaimed throughout the world. They stand apart from trends and fashions. They rise above the ordinary plains of pop. They are acknowledged as artists not only by the millions of fans who crowd their concerts and buy their records all around the world, but also by serious musicians and critics whose sympathies are usually reserved for the more traditional or conventional modes of music.

YES have evolved from writing simple 32 bar songs to creating complete, complex works that are not symphonies or operas or oratorios or anything else the world has ever known. What they produce has no recognizable name for their work is utterly new.

  • June 1970 saw the departure of the lead guitarist;
  • They identified it in YES, and rewarded the group with deserved attention;
  • June 1970 saw the departure of the lead guitarist;
  • They rise above the ordinary plains of pop;
  • Not content to rest, they toured Europe once more.

Their work is truly the result of group activity rather than the child of a single dazzling mind. The whole group is a single dazzling mind. Instruments and voices are employed as an orchestra and choir, weaving a tapestry of sound that is overwhelming in its final impact Their music must be appreciated as a whole rather than as a series of pieces that may be contemplated in isolation.

Listening to the music of YES is like listening to the wind and the sea and sunlight and the humming core of the planet all at once: It is the sound of life.