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Fly from Here

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This is the first Yes studio album to feature singer Benoit David. This line-up includes bassist Chris Squire, guitarist Steve Howe, keyboardist Geoff Downes and drummer Alan White. Three tracks — “Fly from Here Pt.1 - We Can Fly,” “Fly from Here Pt. 5 - We Can Fly Reprise,” and “Hour of Need” — feature Oliver Wakeman, the son of legendary Yes-man Rick Wakeman, on additional keyboards. Trevor Horn produces. Yes music has always relied on the virtuosity of its players and the group has had enough member changes to make it important to distinguish which line-up is in service. The “Fly From Here” sequence is surprisingly subdued, considering its multi-part construction. The playing rarely reaches for the full-throttle instrumental attack associated with their ‘70s selves. Instead, the group performs mellow, reflective songs rich in melody. “The Man You Always Wanted Me to Be,” “Life On a Film Set” and “Into the Storm” are brilliant pop-influenced songs that are more reflective of the ‘80s output. “Solitaire” is a gentle acoustic piece.

Biography

Formed: 1968 in Birmingham, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Far and away the longest lasting and the most successful of the '70s progressive rock groups, Yes proved to be one of the lingering success stories from that musical genre. The band, founded in 1968, overcame a generational shift in its audience and the departure of its most visible members at key points in its history to reach the end of the century as the definitive progressive rock band. Their audience remained huge because they had always attracted younger...
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