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And here it is - the new Yes Album 'Fly From Here'
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[Borrowed from PC]

Found this on Henry's site, seems to be the cover.

On a first view it is more interesting than all Dean-covers since [and] including Union, but for my part I have to give it some time to judge and maybe better have to see it in the album-format. At least so far, I like the green atmosphere, reminds you of CTTE and the original BG, two of the best Yes-albums.  





These are the tracks:

1. Fly From Here - Overture
2. Fly From Here - Pt I - We Can Fly
3. Fly From Here - Pt II - Sad Night at the Airfield
4. Fly From Here - Pt III - Madman at the Screens
5. Fly From Here - Pt IV - Bumpy Ride
6. Fly From Here - Pt V - We Can Fly (reprise)
7. The Man You Always Wanted Me to Be
8. Life on a Film Set
9. Hour of Need
10. Solitaire
11. Into the Storm


The Man You Always Wanted Me To Be sounds a little kitschy, but Owner Of A Lonely Heart does as well, so...

The title Life On A Film Set makes me think of Trevor Horn/Buggles, like Into The Lens (great song So does Sad Night at the Airfield and Madman at the Screens, all three quite refreshing sounding

Into The Storm reminds [me] of a classical Hard-Rock piece...

I thought, a lot of these  titles sound more or less unusual for Yessongs and
that's maybe because of the absence of Jon ;-)  

Anyway - on the pitch is important, is the word in football, it's the music that counts... we will see, hear...

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maninthemoon's interpretation from YF.

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Now that I'd buy!

At least I'd get some fried chicken. Unless Squire's eaten it all by the time I get it :)
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Now that I'd buy!

At least I'd get some fried chicken. Unless Squire's eaten it all by the time I get it :)


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And if you read the comments below the clip - if you watch it on YouTube, then Steve Nardelli gets a mention again - and not in a good way.

And you can hear the single edit of Fly from Here as a sample here on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...p;sr=301-1&tag=vglnk-c1019-20

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You lost me at Buggles.

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And if you read the comments below the clip - if you watch it on YouTube, then Steve Nardelli gets a mention again - and not in a good way.

And you can hear the single edit of Fly from Here as a sample here on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...p;sr=301-1&tag=vglnk-c1019-20


What are they blaming me for now, Bren, I've nothing to do with this album?

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steve nardelli wrote:
Full Tilt Boogie wrote:



And if you read the comments below the clip - if you watch it on YouTube, then Steve Nardelli gets a mention again - and not in a good way.

And you can hear the single edit of Fly from Here as a sample here on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...p;sr=301-1&tag=vglnk-c1019-20


What are they blaming me for now, Bren, I've nothing to do with this album?

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Ah, got it, I'm in good company with Jon Anderson now, anybody that criticises the HSW Yes is either me or him!    The Yes shills are in total panic at the lack of interest in this album and listening to the bits that are available, it doesn't sound good to me.     I'm wondering how much time Trevor Horn actually spent on this album personally, you can hear the joins and the vocal sound is over contrived to hide BD's weaknesses.   It sounds like a rushed job, that surprises me.

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I actually think - from listening to the scraps and snippets currently available from he samples - that BD actually runs the risk of being given a fair crack of the whip here - based on some of the material we now know is on the album, it's been written with Trevor Horn's vocal register, and not Jon Anderson's, which is a good thing, as we know from the evidence that both Horn and BD have struggled to reach JA's material live in concert - the upper registers certainly have created winch-inducing moments.

This is the album where we finally get to hear what BD can actually do with new (at least to him) material.

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I find it funny that the first time you see Squire he's eating and drinking........go figure.........

What is wrong with Alan White? He sound kind of funny or is it just me?

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