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Yesterdays album for sale by Yes was released Sep 20, 1994 on the Atlantic (Label) label. After three years of unparalleled international success, Yes were at a crossroads in late 1974. Yesterdays songs Star keyboard player Rick Wakeman had exited the lineup in mid-year, to be succeeded by Patrick Moraz, and the reconstituted band had released the Relayer album -- which reached the Top Five in America -- late that year. But despite that success and an impending tour, there was some doubt about the group's continued viability -- all five members were planning on releasing their own solo albums as soon as time and a break in touring allowed, and there was some question as to whether the absence of Wakeman would have a long-term impact. Yesterdays CD music contains a single disc with 8 songs. ...See Full Description
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||Great Yes Album|
I have never considered Yesterdays as being a "compilation" or a "best of" album. Sure most of the songs were taken from the first two Yes albums with the addition of the Paul Simon song America, but this is a great album on its own.
By Erv (Abbotsford B.C. Canada)
||Yesterdays is great!!!!!!!|
yes----sound mighty fine here- i love early yes w/peter banks on guitar. listen to his playing on ASTRAL TRAVELLER! incred--plus,this best of from the 1st two YES albums--features the smooth heavenly voice of JON ANDERSON,and the pounding, relentless, but tasteful melodic bass of CHRIS SQUIRE.
By a reviewer (worcester,ma)
||A forgotten gem.|
More than just a simple compilation of earlier material, "Yesterdays", with it's own unique Roger Dean cover, assumes the identity of an original Yes LP.
By a reviewer (Somewhere in England.)
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Yesterdays songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1097462|
|Release Date||Sep 20, 1994|
|Producer||Eddie Offord; Tony Colton; Paul Clay; Yes; Eddie Offord; Gerald Chevin; Tony Colton; Paul Clay; Yes|
|Engineer||Eddie Offord; Gerald Chevin|
|Recording Time||45 minutes|
|Personnel||Rick Wakeman - keyboards|
Jon Anderson - vocals
Bill Bruford - drums
Steve Howe - background vocals
Chris Squire - bass instrument, background vocals
Tony Kaye - organ