Anderson, Jon

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

3 Ships
Used - LP - 60469-1
Hard To Find 1985 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed. more
3 Ships
Used - LP - 60469-1
1985 White Label Promo With Custom Inner Sleeve. Mastered At Sterling. Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover. more
Animation
Used - LP - SD 19355
1982 Original Featuring Jack Bruce, Dave Sancious, Dick Morrisey, Clem Clempson And Others. Looks Unplayed. more
Animation
New - LP - SD 19355
Sealed 1982 Original Featuring Jack Bruce, Dave Sancious, Dick Morrisey, Clem Clempson And Others. more
In The City Of Angels
Used - LP - BFC 40910
1988 US Vinyl Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. NM- Vinyl, Strong VG++ Jacket With Clean Cut Out Hole. Mastered By Bernie Grundman. more
Olias Of Sunhillow
Used - LP - SD 18180
Rare 1976 Original Housed In A Textured Gatefold Jacket With Custom Card Inner Sleeve. LP Appears Glossy. “Inspired By The Artwork Of Roger Dean And The Writings Of Ver Stanley Alder, Jon Anderson Developed An Entire Story Around The Idea Of An Interstellar Exodus From Sunhillow, Writing This Album Around The Narrative (Named For The Spaceship's Architect, Olias). The Idea May Seem Overly Ambitious, But Anderson Fills The Record With Enough Magical Moments To Delight Fans Of Yes' Mystic Side. The Music Is Written And Performed Almost Entirely By Anderson, Who Dubs Vocals, Plays Guitar And Harp, And Adds Percussion And The Occasional Synthesizer To Flesh Out His Ideas So That At No Point Does The Music Lose Its Spellbinding Effect For Lack Of Sonic Detail. Olias Of Sunhillow Is Faithful To The Spirit Of Yes, Though Decidedly More Airy Than That Band's Visceral Style -- Its Closest Comparison Would Be Fragile's "We Have Heaven" Or Going For The One's "Wondrous Stories" (Which Was Clearly Influenced By This Record) On The Vocal Tracks, And Vangelis On The Instrumental Tracks. Although The Album Is Effective In Its Entirety, "Sound Out The Galleon," "Olias (To Build The Moorglade)," And "Solid Space" Are Some Of The More Memorable Excerpts. The Arrangements Incorporate Elements Of The Four Tribes Of Sunhillow, The Most Noticeable Being Oriental Elements That Prefigure Vangelis' Own China (Especially On The Opening "Ocean Song"). While There Are Several Songs That Could Have Easily Fit In Yes' Own Catalog, And The Lyrics Continue To Mine The Mystical Musings That Yes Fans Had Come To Enjoy, Olias Of Sunhillow Is Not The Missing Yes Album Some Might Hope It To Be, Though It Does Deliver On The Promise That The Jon & Vangelis Collaborations Seemed To Hold. If Possible, Pick Up The LP Version Of This Release, Since The Packaging Is Stunning And Features Terrific Artwork By Dave Roe. “ Dave Connolly, AMG. more
Olias Of Sunhillow
Used - LP - SD 18180
1976 US Original, Monarch Pressing. Housed In A Textured Gatefold Jacket With Custom Card Inner Sleeve. LP Appears Glossy. Excellent Copy. “Inspired By The Artwork Of Roger Dean And The Writings Of Ver Stanley Alder, Jon Anderson Developed An Entire Story Around The Idea Of An Interstellar Exodus From Sunhillow, Writing This Album Around The Narrative (Named For The Spaceship's Architect, Olias). The Idea May Seem Overly Ambitious, But Anderson Fills The Record With Enough Magical Moments To Delight Fans Of Yes' Mystic Side. The Music Is Written And Performed Almost Entirely By Anderson, Who Dubs Vocals, Plays Guitar And Harp, And Adds Percussion And The Occasional Synthesizer To Flesh Out His Ideas So That At No Point Does The Music Lose Its Spellbinding Effect For Lack Of Sonic Detail. Olias Of Sunhillow Is Faithful To The Spirit Of Yes, Though Decidedly More Airy Than That Band's Visceral Style -- Its Closest Comparison Would Be Fragile's "We Have Heaven" Or Going For The One's "Wondrous Stories" (Which Was Clearly Influenced By This Record) On The Vocal Tracks, And Vangelis On The Instrumental Tracks. Although The Album Is Effective In Its Entirety, "Sound Out The Galleon," "Olias (To Build The Moorglade)," And "Solid Space" Are Some Of The More Memorable Excerpts. The Arrangements Incorporate Elements Of The Four Tribes Of Sunhillow, The Most Noticeable Being Oriental Elements That Prefigure Vangelis' Own China (Especially On The Opening "Ocean Song"). While There Are Several Songs That Could Have Easily Fit In Yes' Own Catalog, And The Lyrics Continue To Mine The Mystical Musings That Yes Fans Had Come To Enjoy, Olias Of Sunhillow Is Not The Missing Yes Album Some Might Hope It To Be, Though It Does Deliver On The Promise That The Jon & Vangelis Collaborations Seemed To Hold. If Possible, Pick Up The LP Version Of This Release, Since The Packaging Is Stunning And Features Terrific Artwork By Dave Roe. “ Dave Connolly, AMG. more
Olias Of Sunhillow
Used - LP - SD 18180
1976 US Monarch Original, Housed In A Textured Gatefold Jacket With Custom Card Inner Sleeve. LP Appears Glossy. “Inspired By The Artwork Of Roger Dean And The Writings Of Ver Stanley Alder, Jon Anderson Developed An Entire Story Around The Idea Of An Interstellar Exodus From Sunhillow, Writing This Album Around The Narrative (Named For The Spaceship's Architect, Olias). The Idea May Seem Overly Ambitious, But Anderson Fills The Record With Enough Magical Moments To Delight Fans Of Yes' Mystic Side. The Music Is Written And Performed Almost Entirely By Anderson, Who Dubs Vocals, Plays Guitar And Harp, And Adds Percussion And The Occasional Synthesizer To Flesh Out His Ideas So That At No Point Does The Music Lose Its Spellbinding Effect For Lack Of Sonic Detail. Olias Of Sunhillow Is Faithful To The Spirit Of Yes, Though Decidedly More Airy Than That Band's Visceral Style -- Its Closest Comparison Would Be Fragile's "We Have Heaven" Or Going For The One's "Wondrous Stories" (Which Was Clearly Influenced By This Record) On The Vocal Tracks, And Vangelis On The Instrumental Tracks. Although The Album Is Effective In Its Entirety, "Sound Out The Galleon," "Olias (To Build The Moorglade)," And "Solid Space" Are Some Of The More Memorable Excerpts. The Arrangements Incorporate Elements Of The Four Tribes Of Sunhillow, The Most Noticeable Being Oriental Elements That Prefigure Vangelis' Own China (Especially On The Opening "Ocean Song"). While There Are Several Songs That Could Have Easily Fit In Yes' Own Catalog, And The Lyrics Continue To Mine The Mystical Musings That Yes Fans Had Come To Enjoy, Olias Of Sunhillow Is Not The Missing Yes Album Some Might Hope It To Be, Though It Does Deliver On The Promise That The Jon & Vangelis Collaborations Seemed To Hold. If Possible, Pick Up The LP Version Of This Release, Since The Packaging Is Stunning And Features Terrific Artwork By Dave Roe. “ Dave Connolly, AMG. more
Olias Of Sunhillow
New - LP - SD 18180
Sealed 1976 Original. more
Olias Of Sunhillow
Used - LP - P 10192
Stunning, Mint And Very Rare 1976 Japanese First Pressing Housed In A Deluxe Textured Gatefold With Obi And Insert. Inspired By The Artwork Of Roger Dean And The Writings Of Ver Stanley Alder, Jon Anderson Developed An Entire Story Around The Idea Of An Interstellar Exodus From Sunhillow, Writing This Album Around The Narrative (Named For The Spaceship's Architect, Olias). The Idea May Seem Overly Ambitious, But Anderson Fills The Record With Enough Magical Moments To Delight Fans Of Yes' Mystic Side. The Music Is Written And Performed Almost Entirely By Anderson, Who Dubs Vocals, Plays Guitar And Harp, And Adds Percussion And The Occasional Synthesizer To Flesh Out His Ideas So That At No Point Does The Music Lose Its Spellbinding Effect For Lack Of Sonic Detail. Olias Of Sunhillow Is Faithful To The Spirit Of Yes, Though Decidedly More Airy Than That Band's Visceral Style — Its Closest Comparison Would Be Fragile's "We Have Heaven" Or Going For The One's "Wonderous Stories" (Which Was Clearly Influenced By This Record) On The Vocal Tracks, And Vangelis On The Instrumental Tracks. Although The Album Is Effective In Its Entirety, "Sound Out The Galleon," "Olias (To Build The Moorglade)," And "Solid Space" Are Some Of The More Memorable Excerpts. The Arrangements Incorporate Elements Of The Four Tribes Of Sunhillow, The Most Noticeable Being Oriental Elements That Prefigure Vangelis' Own China (Especially On The Opening "Ocean Song"). While There Are Several Songs That Could Have Easily Fit In Yes' Own Catalog, And The Lyrics Continue To Mine The Mystical Musings That Yes Fans Had Come To Enjoy, Olias Of Sunhillow Is Not The Missing Yes Album Some Might Hope It To Be, Though It Does Deliver On The Promise That The Jon & Vangelis Collaborations Seemed To Hold. If Possible, Pick Up The LP Version Of This Release, Since The Packaging Is Stunning And Features Terrific Artwork By Dave Roe.” – Dave Connolly, All Music Guide more
Olias Of Sunhillow
New - LP - K50261
Sealed, Fantastic 1976 UK Black & Yellow Label Original Housed In A Gatefold Jacket With Additional Card Page Hinged At The Spine. (Label Scan Is Of An Open Copy We Previously Had In Stock). “Inspired By The Artwork Of Roger Dean And The Writings Of Ver Stanley Alder, Jon Anderson Developed An Entire Story Around The Idea Of An Interstellar Exodus From Sunhillow, Writing This Album Around The Narrative (Named For The Spaceship's Architect, Olias). The Idea May Seem Overly Ambitious, But Anderson Fills The Record With Enough Magical Moments To Delight Fans Of Yes' Mystic Side. The Music Is Written And Performed Almost Entirely By Anderson, Who Dubs Vocals, Plays Guitar And Harp, And Adds Percussion And The Occasional Synthesizer To Flesh Out His Ideas So That At No Point Does The Music Lose Its Spellbinding Effect For Lack Of Sonic Detail. Olias Of Sunhillow Is Faithful To The Spirit Of Yes, Though Decidedly More Airy Than That Band's Visceral Style -- Its Closest Comparison Would Be Fragile's "We Have Heaven" Or Going For The One's "Wondrous Stories" (Which Was Clearly Influenced By This Record) On The Vocal Tracks, And Vangelis On The Instrumental Tracks. Although The Album Is Effective In Its Entirety, "Sound Out The Galleon," "Olias (To Build The Moorglade)," And "Solid Space" Are Some Of The More Memorable Excerpts. The Arrangements Incorporate Elements Of The Four Tribes Of Sunhillow, The Most Noticeable Being Oriental Elements That Prefigure Vangelis' Own China (Especially On The Opening "Ocean Song"). While There Are Several Songs That Could Have Easily Fit In Yes' Own Catalog, And The Lyrics Continue To Mine The Mystical Musings That Yes Fans Had Come To Enjoy, Olias Of Sunhillow Is Not The Missing Yes Album Some Might Hope It To Be, Though It Does Deliver On The Promise That The Jon & Vangelis Collaborations Seemed To Hold. If Possible, Pick Up The LP Version Of This Release, Since The Packaging Is Stunning And Features Terrific Artwork By Dave Roe. “ Dave Connolly, AMG. more
Olias Of Sunhillow
Used - LP - SD 18180
1976 Original Housed In A Textured Gatefold Jacket With Custom Card Inner Sleeve. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Saw Cut. “Inspired By The Artwork Of Roger Dean And The Writings Of Ver Stanley Alder, Jon Anderson Developed An Entire Story Around The Idea Of An Interstellar Exodus From Sunhillow, Writing This Album Around The Narrative (Named For The Spaceship's Architect, Olias). The Idea May Seem Overly Ambitious, But Anderson Fills The Record With Enough Magical Moments To Delight Fans Of Yes' Mystic Side. The Music Is Written And Performed Almost Entirely By Anderson, Who Dubs Vocals, Plays Guitar And Harp, And Adds Percussion And The Occasional Synthesizer To Flesh Out His Ideas So That At No Point Does The Music Lose Its Spellbinding Effect For Lack Of Sonic Detail. Olias Of Sunhillow Is Faithful To The Spirit Of Yes, Though Decidedly More Airy Than That Band's Visceral Style -- Its Closest Comparison Would Be Fragile's "We Have Heaven" Or Going For The One's "Wondrous Stories" (Which Was Clearly Influenced By This Record) On The Vocal Tracks, And Vangelis On The Instrumental Tracks. Although The Album Is Effective In Its Entirety, "Sound Out The Galleon," "Olias (To Build The Moorglade)," And "Solid Space" Are Some Of The More Memorable Excerpts. The Arrangements Incorporate Elements Of The Four Tribes Of Sunhillow, The Most Noticeable Being Oriental Elements That Prefigure Vangelis' Own China (Especially On The Opening "Ocean Song"). While There Are Several Songs That Could Have Easily Fit In Yes' Own Catalog, And The Lyrics Continue To Mine The Mystical Musings That Yes Fans Had Come To Enjoy, Olias Of Sunhillow Is Not The Missing Yes Album Some Might Hope It To Be, Though It Does Deliver On The Promise That The Jon & Vangelis Collaborations Seemed To Hold. If Possible, Pick Up The LP Version Of This Release, Since The Packaging Is Stunning And Features Terrific Artwork By Dave Roe. “ Dave Connolly, AMG. more
Song Of Seven
Used - LP - SD 16021
1980 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Strong VG++ Jacket. more
Songs Of Seven
New - LP - K50756
Sealed UK Original. more

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