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Drama album for sale by Yes was released Feb 24, 2004 on the Rhino (Label) label. It was widely assumed that when vocalist/songwriter Jon Anderson left Yes at the end of the '70s, the band was doomed. Drama buy CD music Most folks forgot that bassist/composer Chris Squire was the other founding member of the band, and he had as much to do with their sound as Anderson. It was surprising enough when the band decided to continue with a new vocalist and keyboardist. Drama CD music contains a single disc with 16 songs. ...See Full Description
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Drama CD music A Yes album thankfully devoid of the overblown excesses of Jon Anderson and Rick Wakeman. Easily the highlight of the Yes catalog.
By Tuttle (Astoria, NY)
Great CD, from a Super Band!!!
By Randyc723 (New York)
Drama buy CD music For me,only a commercial change of the group (to make a little money). Remember,Yes is a BRITISH BAND. Trevor Horn isnīt Jon Anderson.
By ralp666 (Jalapa,Eqz.VERACRUZ.MEXICO)
Drama songs Just had to respond to these reviews. Interesting that none are from the UK. Sorry but this album has no Yes "feel" to it at all.
By Frazer (Manchester, England)
||First I Hated It, Now I Love It|
Back in 1980 when Yes released this album I was horrified. No Jon Anderson? He's the voice of Yes! It can't be! No Rick Wakeman?
By Bender Rodriguez (New New York City, NY, USA)
heard this album?
Drama songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6670827|
|Release Date||Feb 24, 2004|
|Producer||Eddie Offord; Roy Thomas Baker; Yes; Bill Inglot|
|Engineer||Gary Langan; Hugh Padgham; Julian Mendelsohn|
|Recording Time||79 minutes|
|Personnel||Chris Squire - piano, bass, background vocals|
Steve Howe - guitar, background vocals
Alan White - drums, background vocals
Trevor Horn - vocals, bass
Geoffrey Downes - keyboards, vocoder
Geoff Downes - keyboards, sound effects
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