Highlights: The Very Best of Yes is a 1993 best of collection by progressive UK rock band Yes. It contains twelve tracks from 1969's Yes to 1987's Big Generator. Jon Anderson – lead vocals on all tracks. Chris Squire – bass and backing vocals on all tracks. Peter Banks – guitars on 1–2. Steve Howe – guitars and backing vocals on 3–9.
Originally released on "THE YES ALBUM" on March 19, 1971 (UK). 4. Same information as track 3. 5. recorded at Advision Studios, London, September 1971. Originally released on "FRAGILE" on November 1, 1971 (UK) and January 4, 1972 (. 6. recorded at Advision Studios, London, August/September 1971. Also released as the flipside of the "Roundabout" single on January 4, 1972. 7. recorded on Eddie Offord's mobile equipment, 1974. Other (Back Cover Spine): Highlights - The Very Best Of Yes. Distribution Code (Back Cover): CA 851. Label Code (Back Cover): LC 0121.
Yes had released twelve studio albums by 1987, and Highlights: The Very Best manages to include selections from eight.
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Band Name Yes. Album Name Highlights: the Very Best of Yes. Type Compilation. Labels Atlantic Records. Music StyleSymphonic Prog. Members owning this album6.
HighLights: The Very Best Of Yes. Going For The One. Close To The Edge. The Fish Shindleria Praematu Yes. 2:41. Rhythm Of Love (Dance To The Rhythm Mix) Yes. 6:55. Rhythm Of Love (The Rhythm Of Dub) Yes. 7:46.
Highlights: The Very Best of Yes is a 1993 best of collection by progressive UK rock band Yes. It contains twelve tracks from 1969’s Yes to 1987’s Big Generator. Yes. Yes are an English progressive rock band formed in London in 1968 by singer Jon Anderson, bassist Chris Squire, guitarist Peter Banks, keyboardist Tony Kaye, and drummer Bill Bruford.
Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. Retrieved 26 October 2012. Yes is the first studio album from the English rock band Yes, released on 25 July 1969 by Atlantic Records. Recorded during the first year of their formation, the displays the bands early musical direction of performing rearranged cover versions of songs by pop, jazz. The album includes covers of Every Little Thing by The Beatles and I See You by The Byrds and original material, much of which was written by singer Jon Anderson. Yes was not a success upon release and failed to enter the UK chart. Sweetness and Looking Around were released as singles failed to chart