Yes

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

90125
New - LP - 90125
Sealed 1983 Original Featuring "Owner Of A Lonely Heart". Custom Song Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. Thin Saw Cut. more
90125
New - LP - 90125
Sealed 1983 Original With Custom Hype Sticker, Clean COH. Includes "Owner Of A Lonely Heart." more
90125
New - LP - 90125
Beautiful Sealed 1983 Original. saw Cut (Not Shown). more
90125
New - LP - 90125
Sealed 1983 Original Featuring "Owner Of A Lonely Heart". Custom Song Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. Saw-Cut. more
90125
Used - LP - P 11356
1983 Japanese Pressig With White Sample Sticker On Front. Includes Lyric Sheet In English And A Second Insert In Japanese. Cover Is VG++. Vinyl Appears Unplayed. more
90125
New - LP - 90125
Sealed 1983 Original. Two Small Nicks On Spine, Hence Reduced Price. more
90125
New - LP - 90125
Sealed 1983 Original Featuring "Owner Of A Lonely Heart". Custom Song Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. Cut Out Hole. more
90125
New - LP - FRM 9012
Sealed 2009 180gm Reissue. Includes The Hit "Owner Of A Lonely Heart." Half-Speed Mastered From The Original ATCO Vault Tapes At Friday Music Studios By Joe Reagoso (Yes, Deep Purple) And At Capitol Records With Ron McMaster. more
90125
Used - LP - A1 90125
1983 Original US Press With Custom Inner Sleeve. Some Very Light Cover Wear. more
90125
Used - LP - 90125
1983 Original With Original Insert. Featuring "Owner Of A Lonely Heart." Small Corner Bumps On Corners, Hence Price. more
90125
Used Import - P-11356
1983 Japanese Pressing With Obi. Features The Iconic 80's Hit "Owner Of A Lonely Heart." One Of The Great Trevor Horn Productions. more
90125
Used - LP - 90125
1983 Original With Original Insert. Featuring "Owner Of A Lonely Heart." Cover Is VG+, Hence Price. more
90125
Used Import - 90125-1
1983 Original With Original Innersleeve. Featuring "Owner Of A Lonely Heart." Cover Is VG+/-, Touch Of Ring Wear And And Few Small Crease Marks. Beautiful Glossy Vinyl. "Marketed By WEA Record & Tape Distributors Pty Limited" Indicates Australian Origins. more
90125 Live - The Solos
New - LP - 90474
Sealed 1985 Original Recorded Live On Their World Tour, 1984. Clean COH. more
90125 Live - The Solos
New - LP - 90474
Sealed And Scarce 1985 Original. Cut Out Hole. The Title Pretty Much Says It All. Maybe The Last Recorded Gasp For The Extended Solo. more
90125 Live - The Solos
New - LP - 90474
Sealed 1985 Original Recorded Live On Their World Tour, 1984. more
90125 Live - The Solos
New - LP - 90474
Sealed And Scarce 1985 Original. Saw Cut. The Title Pretty Much Says It All. Maybe The Last Recorded Gasp For The Extended Solo. more
90125 Live - The Solos
Used - LP - 90474
1985 Stereo Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Recorded Live On Their World Tour, 1984. Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover. LP Appears Unplayed. more
90215
Colored Vinyl - R1 90125
Sealed 2017 Limited Edition Record Store Day Exclusive Picture Disc. more
Affirmatives
Used - LP - YEP 21874
Rare 2LP Original Recorded Live At Madison Square Gardens, 1974. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. Small Center Seam Split, Hence Price. more
Big Generator
New - LP - 90522
Sealed 1987 Original With Custom Album Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Pristine Store Stock Copy. Extremely Tough To Find Without A Saw Cut. more
Big Generator
New - LP - 90522
Sealed, Hard To Find 1987 Original. Saw Cut. Two Light Corner Creases. more
Big Generator
Used - LP - P 13429
Stunning 1987 Japanese Pressing With Obi. Includes Yes Evolution Insert And 4-Page Lyric Insert. Vinyl Appears Glossy Unplayed, Looks New Save For A Tiny Spindle Mark On The First Label. more
Big Generator
Used - LP - 90522
1987 Original With Custom Hype Sticker And Gold Promo Stamp On Jacket. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. Thin Saw Cut. LP Appears Unplayed. more
Captured Live Show 1
Used - LP - CL 3184
Rare 1984 2LP Radio Show Box Set With Insert Pressed On 100% Pure Virgin Vinyl. more
Captured Live Show 2
Used - LP - CL 3284
Rare 1984 Promo Only 2LP Radio Show Box Set With Insert Pressed On 100% Pure Virgin Vinyl. more
Classic Yes
New - LP - SD 19320
Sealed, Hard To Find 1981 Compilation. Tracks Are "Heart Of The Sunrise," "Wonderous Stories," "Yours Is No Disgrace," "Starship Trooper," "Long Distance Runaround," "The Fish" And "And You And I." Pristine Copy. more
Classic Yes
Used - LP - SD 19320
Beautiful 1981 Compilation With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Includes Bonus White Label 33rpm 7" With Unreleased Live Material. No Promo Or Deletion Markings. more
Classic Yes
New - LP - SD 19320
Hard To Find 1981 Compilation With Shrink Wrap Intact. Tracks Are "Heart Of The Sunrise," "Wonderous Stories," "Yours Is No Disgrace," "Starship Trooper," "Long Distance Runaround," "The Fish" And "And You And I." Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Classic Yes
New - LP - SD 19320
Sealed, Hard To Find 1981 Compilation. Tracks Are "Heart Of The Sunrise," "Wonderous Stories," "Yours Is No Disgrace," "Starship Trooper," "Long Distance Runaround," "The Fish" And "And You And I." Tiny Saw Cut. more
Close To The Edge
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-077
Factory Sealed 1982 Half-Speed Mastered Gatefold Beauty. Tiny Center Bottom Seam Crack, Hence Price. more
Close To The Edge
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-077
"In-Demand" 1982 Half-Speed Master Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Pressed In Japan By JVC. Gatefold Is Near Mint; LP Appears Unplayed. more
Close To The Edge
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-077
1982 Half-Speed Mastered Gatefold. Cover Has 1.5 Inch Center Bottom Seam Split And Top Right Corner Is Slightly Pushed. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Close To The Edge
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-077
"In-Demand" 1982 Half-Speed Master Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. LP Pressed In Japan By JVC. Cover Shows Signs Of Wear. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Close To The Edge
Used - LP - SD 7244 / R 130080
Rare RCA Record Club Edition Housed In The Original 1972 Textured Gatefold With 1841 Broadway Address On Back Cover With Small RCA Sticker Affixed. Labels Have The 75, Rockefeller Plaza Address. Includes The Original Custom Green Inner Sleeve. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. Close To The Edge Was Released On 13 September 1972 And Is Widely Regarded As One Of The Greatest Progressive Rock Albums Ever Recorded. Inspired By Siddharta And Their “State Of Mind” At The Time, Yes’s 5th Album Is Widely Regarded As Their Masterpiece. The Gold-Certified Work Remains A Crowning Achievement In The Band’s Illustrious Career. It Reached The Top Ten In Both The U.K. And In The U.S., Where It Spent Thirty-Two Weeks On The Charts. Close To The Edge Includes The Epic Standout ‘And You And I.’ Guitar World Named It One Of Their ‘100 Greatest Guitar Albums Of All Time.’ more
Close To The Edge
Used - LP - SD 7244
1972 White Label Promo, Small Saw Notch. Looks Unplayed. more
Close To The Edge
Used - LP - P 10116
Beautiful Japanese Pressing Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Custom Inner Sleeve, Insert, And Obi Plus Nautilus Super Import Sticker On The Jacket. LP Appears Unplayed. more
Close To The Edge
Used - LP - ATL 50 012
Beautiful German Pressing. more
Close To The Edge
New - LP - SD 19133
Sealed Gatefold 2nd Issue (Original Catalogue Number Is SD 7244). Original 'Album Den' Price Code "A" Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. more
Close To The Edge
Audiophile - LP - FRM 9004
New, Unplayed 2008 180gm HQ In Deluxe Gatefold Jacket With Custom Inner Sleeve. Half-Speed Mastered By Joe Reagoso At Surf City, California. more
Close To The Edge
New - LP - SD 19133
Sealed Gatefold All Analogue 2nd Issue (Original Catalogue Number Is SD 7244). COH. more
Close To The Edge
New - LP - SD 7244
Sealed Gatefold With Original Green Inner Sleeve. Clean COH. Label Variation Unknown. more
Close To The Edge
Used - LP - SD 19133
Gatefold 2nd Issue (Original Catalogue Number Is SD 7244) Still In Shrink Wrap. Vinyl Appears Glossy. more
Close To The Edge
Used - LP - SD 19133
Beautiful 2nd Issue (Original Catalog Number Is SD 7244) Housed In A Heavily Embossed Gatefold Cover With Custom Green Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Close To The Edge
Used - LP - SD 7244
1972 Gatefold Original With 1841 Broadway Address On Labels. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. more
Close To The Edge
Used - LP - P-10116A
1976 Japanese Pressing, 3rd Edition. Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Custom Inner Sleeve, English Lyrics Insert, And Obi. Beautiful NM Copy. "With 1971's Fragile Having Left Yes Poised Quivering On The Brink Of What Friend And Foe Acknowledged Was The Peak Of The Band's Achievement, Close To The Edge Was Never Going To Be An Easy Album To Make. Drummer Bill Bruford Was Already Shifting Restlessly Against Jon Anderson's Increasingly Mystic/Mystifying Lyricism, While Contemporary Reports Of The Recording Sessions Depicted Bandmate Rick Wakeman, Too, As Little More Than An Observer To The Vast Tapestry That Anderson, Steve Howe, And Chris Squire Were Creating. For It Was Vast. Close To The Edge Comprised Just Three Tracks, The Epic "And You And I" And "Siberian Khatru," Plus A Side-Long Title Track That Represented The Musical, Lyrical, And Sonic Culmination Of All That Yes Had Worked Toward Over The Past Five Years. Close To The Edge Would Make The Top Five On Both Sides Of The Atlantic, Dispatch Yes On The Longest Tour Of Their Career So Far And, If Hindsight Be The Guide, Launch The Band On A Downward Swing That Only Disintegration, Rebuilding, And A Savage Change Of Direction Would Cure. The Latter, However, Was Still To Come. In 1972, Close To The Edge Was A Flawless Masterpiece." AMG Review By Dave Thompson. more
Closer To The Edge
Used - LP - P-10116A
1976 Japanese Pressing Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Custom Inner Sleeve, Japanese Lyrics Insert, No Obi. LP Appears New, Unplayed. more
Drama
New - LP - SD 16019
Sealed 1980 Gatefold Original. Pristine Store Stock Copy. more
Drama
Used - LP - SD 16019
1980 Gatefold Original, COH. more
Drama
Used - LP - K 50736
1980 UK Gatefold Original With Custom Card Insert. Tiny, Partial Sticker Tear On Jacket. Appears Unplayed. more
Drama
New - LP - R1 82685
Sealed 2016 180gm Gatefold Reissue. more
Drama
Used - LP - SD 16019
1980 Gatefold Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. 1A/1A Stampers. Columbia Record Club Printed On Back Cover. more
Drama
Used Import - P-10854A
beautiful 1980 Japan Pressing With Obi. This Is The First Yes Album Without Vocalist Jon Anderson. Trevor Horn Replaces Anderson On Vocals. Also Sans Rick Wakeman On Keys. more
Fragile
Used Import - P-10102A
1976 Japanese Pressing Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Obi And 8 Page Color Booklet. LP Appears Unplayed. more
Fragile
Used - LP - SD 19132
Late 70's Rare Record Club Edition All Analogue (75 Rockefeller Plaza Address) Housed In A Gatefold Cover, With Club Info Box On Rear Cover. VG+ Jacket With Small Sticker Scrape At Bottom Left Corer Front & Back And Seam Rubs. Vinyl Appears Glossy. more
Fragile
Used - LP - SD 7211
Heavy-Duty 1972 Gatefold Broadway Label Original. Light Cover Wear And Small Corner Ding. more
Fragile
Used - LP - SD 7211
1975 Gatefold Reissue With Rockerfeller Address In Rim Text. Without Original Inner, LP In VRP Protective Sleeve. Few Tiny Corner Rubs. "Fragile Was Yes' Breakthrough Album, Propelling Them In A Matter Of Weeks From A Cult Act To An International Phenomenon; Not Coincidentally, It Also Marked The Point Where All Of The Elements Of The Music (And More) That Would Define Their Success For More Than A Decade Fell Into Place Fully Formed. The Science-fiction And Fantasy Elements That Had Driven The More Successful Songs On Their Preceding Record, The Yes Album, Were Pushed Much Harder Here, And Not Just In The Music But In The Packaging Of The Album: The Roger Dean-designed Cover Was Itself A Fascinating Creation That Seemed To Relate To The Music And Drew The Purchaser's Attention In A Manner That Few Records Since The Heyday Of The Psychedelic Era Could Match. Having Thrown Original Keyboard Player Tony Kaye Overboard Early In The Sessions -- Principally Over His Refusal To Accept The Need For The Moog Synthesizer In Lieu Of His Preferred Hammond Organ -- The Band Welcomed Rick Wakeman Into Its Ranks. His Use Of The Moog, Among Other Instruments, Coupled With An Overall Bolder And More Aggressive Style Of Playing, Opened The Way For A Harder, Hotter Sound By The Group As A Whole; Bassist Chris Squire Sounds Like He's Got His Amp Turned Up To "12," And Steve Howe's Electric Guitars Are Not Far Behind, Although The Group Also Displayed Subtlety Where It Was Needed. The Opening Minute Of "Roundabout," The Album Opener -- And The Basis For The Edited Single That Would Reach Number 13 On The Billboard Charts And Get The Group Onto Am Radio In A Way That Most Other Prog Rock Outfits Could Only Look Upon With Envy -- Was Dominated By Howe's Acoustic Guitar And Bill Bruford's Drums, And Only In The Middle Section Did The Band Show Some Of What They Could Do With Serious Amperage. Elsewhere On The Record, As On "South Side Of The Sky," They Would Sound As Though They Were Ready To Leave The Ground (And The Planet), Between The Volume And Intensity Of Their Playing. "Long Distance Runaround," Which Also Served As The B-side Of The Single, Was Probably The Most Accessible Track Here Apart From "Roundabout," But They Were Both Ambitious Enough To Carry Most Listeners On To The Heavier Sides At The Core Of This Long-player. The Solo Tracks By The Members Were Actually A Necessity: They Needed To Get Fragile Out In A Hurry To Cover The Cost Of The Keyboards That Wakeman Had Added To The Group's Sonic Arsenal. But They Ended Up Being More Than Filler. Each Member, In Effect, Took A "Bow" In Mostly Fairly Serious Settings, And Squire's "The Fish" And Howe's "Mood For A Day" Pointed Directly To Future, More Substantial Projects As Well As Taking On A Life Of Their Own On-stage. If Not Exactly Their Peak, Fragile Was As Perfect A Record As The Group Would Ever Make, And Just As Flawless In Its Timing As Its Content." AMG Review By Bruce Eder. more
Fragile
New - LP - SD 19132
Sealed Late 70s Club Edition Reissue. more
Fragile
Used - LP - SD 19132
Beautiful Gatefold In Shrink Wrap With Custom Sticker. LP Looks Unplayed. 75 Rockefeller Address On Labels. more
Fragile
Used - LP - P 10102A
Beautiful Japanese Gatefold, No Obi. LP Is New, Unplayed. more
Fragile
Used - LP - SD 19132
Beautiful Gatefold Original, 1841 Broadway Address On Labels. Includes 8 Page Colour Booklet. LP Appears Unplayed. more
Fragile
New - LP - SD 19132
Sealed 2nd Label All Analogue (75, Rockefeller Plaza Address) Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Pristine Copy. more
Fragile
Used - LP - 50 009
Beautiful German Pressing. Gatefold Jacket. Looks Unplayed. more
Fragile
Audiophile - LP - 7211
Sealed 180gm HQ Pressing. Remastered By Kevin Gray And Steve Hoffman. more
Fragile
Audiophile - LP - AAPP 7211
Sealed, Weird Analogue Productions 180gm Anomaly With A Classic Records 200gm SV-P Sticker On The Bag. more
Fragile
Used - LP - 2401 019
Stunning 1971 Plum And Orange Label UK Gatefold First Pressing With Stapled-In 8 Page Color Booklet Firmly Attached. A1/B1 First Stampers! Both Gatefold Jacket And LP Are Very Near Mint. These Were Manufactured Just Before The Changeover To Kinney Pressings (Green And Orange Labels) Making This Just About The Rarest And Perhaps The Last Of The Titles That Were Released By Atlantic On A Plum And Orange Label. A Sensational Example Of This Monumental Rock Classic. more
Fragile
New - LP - SD 19132
Factory Sealed And Pristine Gatefold 2nd Issue (Original Catalog Number Is SD 7211) With Large Custom Track Listing Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. more
Fragile
Audiophile - LP - AAPP 7211
180gm HQ Gatefold Pressing. Remastered By Kevin Gray And Steve Hoffman. 1" Top Centre Seam Split. more
Fragile
Used - LP - SD 7211
Heavy-Duty 1972 Gatefold (75, Rockefeller Plaza 2nd Label) With 8 Page Color Booklet, Custom Album Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap, Clean COH. Original Catalog Number On Spine And Hype Sticker. This LP Was Sealed. We Opened It To Check The Labels. Unplayed Condition. more
Fragile
Audiophile - LP - AAPP 7211
Out Of Print 180gm Gatefold Audiophile Reissue. Remastered By Kevin Gray And Steve Hoffman.Comes With The Outer Baggy With The Acoustic Sounds Sticker. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Fragile
Used - LP - SD 19132
Stunning Copy Of This 75 Rockefeller Plaza Label Gatefold 2nd Issue. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Rear Cover Has The Rare Track Listing Hype Sticker. more
Fragile
Used - LP - SD 19132
Stunning Copy Of This 75 Rockefeller Plaza Label Gatefold 2nd Issue (First Pressings Have The SD 7211 Catalog Number. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Rear Cover Has The Rare Track Listing Hype Sticker. more
Fragile
New - LP - R1 82667
Sealed 2016 180gm Gatefold Reissue. Cut From Original Analogue Master Tapes By Kevin Gray At Cohearent Audio. more
Fragile
Audiophile - LP - SD 7211
Sealed 2006 180gm HQ Test Pressing. more
Fragile
Used - LP - K50009
Beautiful 1972 UK 2nd Pressing (Kinney) Housed In A Gatefold Cover With The 8 Page Color Booklet. A3/B3 Stampers. Although This LP Appears Unplayed With No Spindle Trails, There Is A Barely Visible Scuff On Side One, Which We Play Graded Without Surface Noise. more
Fragile
Used - LP - SD 7211
Heavy-Duty 1972 Gatefold (75, Rockefeller Plaza 2nd Label) With 8 Page Color Booklet Featuring Artwork By Roger Dean, Custom Album Hype Sticker And The Original National Record Mart Price Tag On The Shrink Wrap. Although The Labels Have No Spindle Marks, The Vinyl Has Flecky, Superficial Marks From The Manufacturing Process. Play Graded Throughout Without Surface Noise. more
Going For The One
New - LP - K 50379
Sealed UK Gatefold Original. more
Going For The One
New - LP - SD 19106
Sealed 1977 Tri-Fold Original. more
Going For The One
Used - LP - SD 19106
1977 Tri-Fold Cover Original Pressing With Custom Inner Sleeve. Small Record Club Sticker Inside The Gatefold. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Going For The One Is Perhaps The Most Overlooked Item In The Yes Catalog. It Marked Rick Wakeman's Return To The Band After A Three-Year Absence, And Also A Return To Shorter Song Forms After The Experimentalism Of Close To The Edge, Tales From Topographic Oceans, And Relayer. In Many Ways, This Disc Could Be Seen As The Follow-Up To Fragile. Its Five Tracks Still Retain Mystical, Abstract Lyrical Images, And The Music Is Grand And Melodic, The Vocal Harmonies Perfectly Balanced By The Stinging Guitar Work Of Steve Howe, Wakeman's Keyboards, And The Solid Rhythms Of Alan White And Chris Squire. The Title Track Features Howe On Steel Guitar (He's The Only Prog Rocker Who Bothers With The Instrument). "Turn Of The Century" And The Album's Single, "Wonderous Stories," Are Lovely Ballads The Way Only Yes Can Do Them. "Parallels" Is The Album's Big, Pompous Song, So Well Done That In Later Years The Band Opened Concerts With It. Wakeman's Stately Church Organ, Recorded At St. Martin's Church, Vevey, Switzerland, Sets The Tone For This "Roundabout"-Ish Track. The Concluding "Awaken" Is The Album's Nod To The Extended Suite. Again, The Lyrics Are Spacy In The Extreme, But Jon Anderson And Squire Are Dead-On Vocally, And The Addition Of Anderson's Harp And White's Tuned Percussion Round Out This Evocative Track. Ross Boissoneau, AMG. more
Going For The One
Used - LP - SD 19106
1977 Original Housed In A Tri-Fold Jacket With Custom Promo Sticker On The Jacket And Custom Inner Sleeve. Clean Cut Out Hole. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Going For The One
Used - LP - P-6533A
Beautiful 1977 Japanese Pressing Housed In A Tri-Fold Cover With Obi. "Going For The One Is Perhaps The Most Overlooked Item In The Yes Catalog. It Marked Rick Wakeman's Return To The Band After A Three-Year Absence, And Also A Return To Shorter Song Forms After The Experimentalism Of Close To The Edge, Tales From Topographic Oceans, And Relayer. In Many Ways, This Disc Could Be Seen As The Follow-Up To Fragile. Its Five Tracks Still Retain Mystical, Abstract Lyrical Images, And The Music Is Grand And Melodic, The Vocal Harmonies Perfectly Balanced By The Stinging Guitar Work Of Steve Howe, Wakeman's Keyboards, And The Solid Rhythms Of Alan White And Chris Squire. The Title Track Features Howe On Steel Guitar (He's The Only Prog Rocker Who Bothers With The Instrument). "Turn Of The Century" And The Album's Single, "Wonderous Stories," Are Lovely Ballads The Way Only Yes Can Do Them. "Parallels" Is The Album's Big, Pompous Song, So Well Done That In Later Years The Band Opened Concerts With It. Wakeman's Stately Church Organ, Recorded At St. Martin's Church, Vevey, Switzerland, Sets The Tone For This "Roundabout"-Ish Track. The Concluding "Awaken" Is The Album's Nod To The Extended Suite. Again, The Lyrics Are Spacy In The Extreme, But Jon Anderson And Squire Are Dead-On Vocally, And The Addition Of Anderson's Harp And White's Tuned Percussion Round Out This Evocative Track." Ross Boissoneau, AMG. more
Going For The One
Used - LP - SD 19106
1977 Original Housed In A Tri-Fold Jacket With Custom Promo Sticker and Gold Promo Stamp On The Jacket. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Going For The One
Used - LP - SD 19106
1977 Original Housed In A Tri-Fold Jacket. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Hint Of Ring Wear Near The Top Of The Cover. more
Going For The One / Awaken
Used - 12 - K 11047
1977 UK 45rpm Two Song 12 Inch Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Appears Unplayed. more
House Of Yes: Live From The House Of Blues
Audiophile - New - MOVLP198
Sealed, 2011 Limited Edition 2000 3LP 180gm Vinyl. "Live At House Of Blues Captures Yes' Date At Las Vegas' House Of Blues On Their 1999 The Ladder Tour. The Set List Features As Much New Material -- Including "Homeworld," "Lightning Strikes," "It Will Be A Good Day (The River)," And "Face To Face" -- As It Does Classics Like "Roundabout," "Owner Of A Lonely Heart," "Time And A Word," And "Yours Is No Disgrace." The Blend Of Old And New Songs Is Nearly Seamless, Emphasizing Yes' Enduring Sound As Well As The Group's Evolution." - Heather Phares, AMG more
In The Round
Used - LP - YS 1600
1978 2LP 'Live' Recording From The Los Angeles Forum. Excellent Black & White Cover Art (Front And Back). Both LPs Appear Unplayed. more
Leave It
Used - 12 - 0-96964
1984 3 Remix 12 Inch Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Includes The Hello Goodbye Mix, The Re-Mix And Acapella Versions. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Leave It / City Of Love
Used - 12 - PR 587
Rare 1983 Promo Label 4 Track Twelve Inch Housed In A Die-Cut Jacket. Appears Unplayed. more
Live At The Apollo
Colored Vinyl - ER204181
Sealed 2018 Limited Edition 3LP Colored Vinyl Gatefold. In 2016, Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin And Rick Wakeman Brought Together Their Incredible Talents And Long Experience Of Working In Yes To Take To The Road For A Series Of Concerts Celebrating The Recently Inducted Rock 'n' Roll Hall Of Fame Band's Musical Legacy Of The '70s, '80s And '90s. This Incarnation Of The Group Toured First In North America And Then Brought Their Live Show To The Uk In Early 2017, Including This Performance Captured At The Manchester Apollo. more
Live At The Long Beach Arena, Calif.
Used - LP - PE-YES-1-4
1974 2LP Original Recorded "Live" At Long Beach Arena. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. more
Live In London
Used - LP - K&S 035
1979 2LP Original. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. Recorded Live At The Empire Pool, London, England - October 28, 1977. more
Lonely Hearts
Used - LP - ARC 0085
Rare 1984 "Live" Recording (Dortmund & Milan) With Insert. One Of Only 300 Copies. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Magnification
Used - LP - SIR 4019
2013 2LP Gatefold Reissue With Shrink Wrap Still Intact. 2nd LP Is Single Sided. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. more
Owner Of A Lonely Heart
Used - 12 - 96976
Beautiful 1983 12 Inch Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve. This Is The Special Red & Blue Remix Dance Version Not Available On The LP. B/W Edited Version & "Our Song." Two Light Creases. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Owner Of A Lonely Heart
Used - 12 - 96976
Beautiful 1983 12 Inch Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Shrink Still Intact With Custom Hype Sticker. Record Appears Unplayed. This Is The Special Red & Blue Remix Dance Version Not Available On The LP. B/W Edited Version & "Our Song." more
Progeny: Highlights From Seventy-Two
New - LP - 545488
Factory Sealed 2015 3LP Set Housed In A Tri-fold Jacket With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. more
Relayer
New - LP - SD 18122
Sealed 1974 Gatefold Original With Custom Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. Pristine Copy. more
Relayer
Used - LP - SD 18122
1974 White Label Promo, Gatefold Cover. more
Relayer
Used - LP - SD 18122
1974 Gatefold Original With Custom Inner Lyric Sleeve. Larry Wood Is Written In Small Ballpoint Pen Letters Near The Top Right, Hence Price. LP Appears Unplayed. more
Relayer
New - LP - SD 18122
Sealed 1974 Gatefold Original With Custom Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. COH. more
Relayer
New - LP - SD 19135
Sealed 1977 Gatefold Second Issue Of This 1974 Recording With Custom Inner Sleeve. Tiny Saw Cut. Brilliant Cover Art By Roger Dean. more
Relayer
Used - LP - SD 18122
Beautiful 1974 Gatefold Original Still In Shrink Wrap With Custom Inner Lyric Sleeve. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Relayer
Used - LP - K 50096
1974 UK First Pressing Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Custom Card Inner Sleeve. Hint Of Ring Wear Near The Top Of The Cover. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Relayer
Used - LP - SD 18122
1974 White Label Promo Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Promo Sticker. Saw Cut. LP Appears Virtually Unplayed. Center Bottom Seam Starting To Crack. A Hidden Gem In The Yes Catalog. more
Relayer
Used - LP - SD 18122 / R124116
Rare 1974 Record Club Edition Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Custom Inner Sleeve. Pressed At RCA Indianapolis. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Relayer
Used - LP - SD 18122
1974 US Original Gatefold, Monarch Pressing. The Seventh Studio Outing From The Brit Proggers, Parting Ways With Wakeman But Teaming Up With Patrick Moraz Of Fellow Prog-Rock Cohorts "Refugee", As His Replacement. Strong VG++ Jacket, Clean Vinyl. more
Rhythm Of Love
Used - 12 - DMD 1133
1987 Promo Label 12 Inch Housed In A Die-Cut Jacket With Custom Hype Sticker. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Saving My Heart
Used - 12 - 614 553
1991 German 45rpm Two Song 12 Inch Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. B/W "America." more
Something's Coming - The BBC Recordings 1969 - 1970
Used - LP - GET 505
Long Out Of Print, 1997 2LP Gatefold Original With Bonus 7 Inch Single "For Everyone" Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Previously Unreleased Material. Both LPs Appear New, Unplayed. Includes Copious Liner Notes By Ian Rowe. more
Stellar Attraction
Used - LP - Two S 719
1979 "Live" 2LP Set. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. Full Color Jacket Artwork. more
Stellar Attraction
New - LP - 2S 719
Sealed 1979 "Live" 2LP Set Housed In A Full Color Artwork Jacket. Recording From The Relayer Tour During The Boston Garden Show On December 11, 1974. more
Steven Wilson Remixes
New - LP - 562476
Sealed 2018 6LP Box Set Featuring New Cover Artwork By Roger Dean. On Vinyl For The First Time. The Steven Wilson Remixes Which Spotlights Five Studio Albums That Helped Secure The Band’s Recent Induction Into The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. It Includes Remixed Versions Of: The Yes Album (1971), Fragile (1971), Close To The Edge (1972), The Double Album Tales From Topographic Oceans (1973), And Relayer (1974). Each Album Features Remixed Audio By Renowned Producer Steven Wilson. more
Tales From Topographic Oceans
Used - LP - P-5508~9A
1980 Japanese 2LP Gatefold With Obi. Both LPs Appear New, Unplayed. Cover Art By Roger Dean. more
Tales From Topographic Oceans
Used - LP - SD 2 0908
1973 2LP White Label Promo Housed In A Promo Stickered Gatefold Cover. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. more
Tales From Topographic Oceans
New - LP - SD 2-908
Sealed 1974 2LP Gatefold Original, Custom Song Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. Tiny 3mm Saw Cut. more
Tales From Topographic Oceans
Used - LP - SD 2-908
1973 2LP Gatefold. NM/NM/NM. more
Tales From Topographic Oceans
Used - LP - SD 2-908
Beautiful 1973 2LP Original Still In Shrink Wrap With The Custom Song Hype Sticker And Original Korvettes Price Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. more
Tales From Topographic Oceans
Used - LP - FRM 2908
Near Mint 2011 2LP 180gm Gatefold Reissue. Remastered From The Original Analog Tapes By Joe Reagoso. more
Tales From Topographic Oceans
New - LP - R1 82683
Sealed 2016 2LP 180gm Gatefold Reissue. more
Tales From Topographic Oceans
Used Import - K 80001
1873 UK 2LP Gatefold Original Press, With No Atlantic Logo On Labels. Both LPs Appear Glossy. VG+ Cover, Small Crease On Back Cover, Ring Wear. Last Sticker On Label. "Decades After Its Release, Tales From Topographic Oceans Is Still The Most Controversial Record In Yes' Output. This Was The Place Where Yes Either Fulfilled All Of The Promise Shown On Their Previous Five Albums Or Slid Off The Rails In A Fit Of Artistic Hubris, Especially On The Part Of Lead Singer Jon Anderson And Guitarist Steve Howe, Who Dominated The Composition Credits Here. Actually, The Group Probably Did A Bit Of Both Across 80 Minutes Of Music On A Fully Packed Double-LP Set. The Musical Ambitions Of Yes Were Obvious On Its Face. It Consisted Of Four Long Songs (Really Suites), Each Taking Up A Side Of An Album, And Each Longer Than The Previous Album's Side-long "Close To The Edge." And Tales Had A Jumping-Off Point That Was As Far Advanced In Complexity And Density As Close To The Edge Had Been Out In Front Of Its Predecessor, Fragile (And All Of This Obviously Made The Yes Album Seem Like Basic Rock & Roll). Anderson, By Virtue Of His Voice And Lyrics, Is The Dominant Personality On Tales, And His Fascination With Eastern Religion Is Fully Manifest, As Never Before (Or Since). Confronted By Song Titles Such As "The Revealing Science Of God" And A Concept Derived From The Buddhist Shastric Scriptures, The Casual Listener Might Have Felt In Need Of Both A Running Start And A Sheet Of Footnotes: Yes Keyboard Player Rick Wakeman Clearly Felt Something Along Those Lines, Since He Decided To Exit The Group While Making This Record. And Yet, Tales Contains Some Of The Most Sublimely Beautiful Musical Passages Ever To Come From The Group, And Develops A Major Chunk Of That Music In Depth And Degrees That One Can Only Marvel At, Although There's A Big Leap From Simply Marveling To Wholeheartedly Enjoying. If One Can Grab Onto It, Tales Is A Long, Sometimes Glorious Musical Ride Across Landscapes Strange And Wonderful, Thick With Enticing Musical Textures; It Offers The Yes Fan The Chance To Be A True "Astral Traveler." Apart From One Percussion Break By Alan White That Doesn't Come Off (If There Had To Be A Yes Album With A Percussion Solo, Why Couldn't It Have Come Along When Bill Bruford Was In The Band?), The Music Never Falls Flat, And It's A Pity That Wakeman Couldn't Appreciate The Richness And Vitality He Brought To The Album. Meanwhile, Anderson And Howe Get To Work Within An Extraordinarily Wide Range Of Musical Voices. In Another Reality, Perhaps The Gorgeous, Folk-Like Passages On Tales Would Have Spawned Songs Of Four Or Five Minutes, But Here They Are, Woven Into These Long-Form Pieces, And If One Can Take The Plunge Into These Particular Sonic Oceans, And Comfortably Stay Under Long Enough, It's A Journey That Will Reward. But It's Not A Trip That Everyone -- Nor Even Every Yes Fan -- Is Going To Take, Especially Not Too Soon After Discovering The Album." AMG Review By Bruce Eder. more
The Affirmery (A Passing Inevitable - A Quantum Disregard)
New - LP - 2S 710
Sealed 1979 Australian "Live" 2LP Original Housed In A Full Color Sleeve. The First LP Is From A King Biscuit Flower Hour Broadcast Of A Show At Boston Garden, Boston, MA December 11th, 1974. The Second LP Is From A BBC Broadcast Of A Show At The London Rainbow Theatre December 1972. Two Light Corner Creases. more
The Ladder
New - LP - EDG 12088
Sealed 1999 UK Limited, Numbered Edition 2LP 180gm Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover. This Is Low Number 00796. more
The Ladder
Used - LP - EDG 12088
1999 UK Limited, Numbered Edition 2LP 180gm Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover. This Is Low Number 00793. Cover Art By Roger Dean. Although The LPs Appear To Be New, They Are Visually Typical Of English Pressings Of This Era. Having Said That The Play Graded Without Surface Noise, And The Recording Is Outstanding. “You'd Probably Need A Mainframe Computer To Keep Track Of All The Personnel Changes In Yes Over The Years, And The Quality Of The Prog Rock Giant's Music Has Fluctuated Nearly As Much As The Lineups. The Ladder Is A Synthesis Of The Best Traits Of The Experimental Fragile Era And The Pop-Oriented 90125 Era. Producer Bruce Fairbairn Completed The Ladder Shortly Before His Death In 1999, And Unlike Some Of His Work With Bon Jovi, Aerosmith, Kiss, And Others, He Didn't Overproduce It. Vocalist Jon Anderson, Lead Guitarist Steve Howe, And Bass Guitarist Chris Squire All Have Fine Moments, And Drummer Alan White Is Consistent. "Homeworld (The Ladder)" Is A Tight Band Performance, But The Supple Vocals/Acoustic Guitar/Piano Coda Is The Best Part. Howe's Bouncy Acoustic Guitar Drives "Lightning Strikes," Yet The Biggest Surprise Is The Addition Of A Horn Section. The Energetic "Face To Face" Is The Strongest Track, And Squire Lets Loose With A Sputtering Bassline. "If Only You Knew" Is A Sweet, Straightforward Love Song Anderson Wrote For His Wife. "The Messenger" Has A Smooth, Funky Feel -- A Remarkable Feat Considering Prog Rock Is Usually Considered The "Whitest" Rock Genre. "New Language" Is The Best Long Song On The Ladder, Thanks To A Clever Arrangement Giving All Six Members An Opportunity To Demonstrate Their Talents.” Bret Adams, AMG. more
The Yes Album
Used - LP - SD 8283
1972 2nd Issue With The 75, Rockefeller Plaza Address On Labels. Gatefold Cover Has The Shrink Wrap Intact. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
The Yes Album
Used - LP - 2400 101
Stunning 1971 UK Purple & Orange Label Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover. A1/B1 Stampers. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
The Yes Album
Gold - CD - UDCD 779
Sealed 2010 Numbered, Limited Edition Ultradic II 24kt Gold CD Housed In A Replica Mini-LP Gatefold Cover. This Is Number 06235. Gold Foil Collectors Edition Sticker On Shrink. more
The Yes Album
Used - LP - SD 19131
1977 Heavy-Duty Gatefold Reissue, SRC Pressing. Label Has Rockerfeller Address, Jacket Displays Broadway Address. Without Original Inner, In VRP Protective Sleeve. Two Small Gentle Dings On Top Seam, Light Corner Rubs. "On Yes' First Two Albums, Yes (1969) And Time And A Word (1970), The Quintet Was Mostly Searching For A Sound On Which They Could Build, Losing One Of Their Original Members -- Guitarist Peter Banks -- In The Process. Their Third Time Out Proved The Charm -- The Yes Album Constituted A De Facto Second Debut, Introducing The Sound That Would Carry Them Forward Across The Next Decade Or More. Gone Are Any Covers Of Outside Material, The Group Now Working Off Of Its Own Music From The Ground Up. A Lot Of The New Material Was Actually Simpler -- In Linear Structure, At Least -- Than Some Of What Had Appeared On Their Previous Albums, But The Internal Dynamics Of Their Playing Had Also Altered Radically, And Much Of The Empty Space That Had Been Present In Their Earlier Recordings Was Also Filled Up Here -- Suddenly, Between New Member Steve Howe's Odd Mix Of Country- And Folk-based Progressive Guitar And The Suddenly Liberated Bass Work And Drumming Of Chris Squire And Bill Bruford, Respectively, The Group's Music Became Extremely Busy. And Lead Singer Jon Anderson, Supported By Squire And Howe, Filled Whatever Was Left Almost To Overflowing. Anderson's Soaring Falsetto And The Accompanying Harmonies, Attached To Haunting Melodies Drawn From Folk Tunes As Often As Rock, Applied To Words Seemingly Derived From Science Fiction, And All Delivered With The Bravura Of An Operatic Performance -- By The Band As Well As The Singer -- Proved A Compelling Mix. What's More, Despite The Busy-ness Of Their New Sound, The Group Wasn't Afraid To Prove That Less Could Sometimes Be More: Three Of The High Points Were The Acoustic-driven "Your Move" And "The Clap" (A Superb Showcase For Howe On Solo Acoustic Guitar), And The Relatively Low-key "A Venture" (Oddly Enough, The Latter Was The One Cut Here That Didn't Last In The Group's Repertory; Most Of The Rest, Despite The Competition From Their Subsequent Work, Remained In Their Concert Set For Years To Come). The Yes Album Did What It Had To Do, Outselling The Group's First Two Long-players And Making The Group An Established Presence In America Where, For The First Time, They Began Getting Regular Exposure On Fm Radio. Sad To Say, The Only Aspect Of The Yes Album That Didn't Last Much Longer Was Tony Kaye On Keyboards: His Hammond Organ Holds Its Own In The Group's Newly Energized Sound, And Is Augmented By Piano And Other Instruments When Needed, But He Resisted The Idea Of Adding The Moog Synthesizer, That Hot Instrument Of The Moment, To His Repertory. The Band Was Looking For A Bolder Sound Than The Hammond Could Generate, And After Some Initial Rehearsals Of Material That Ended Up On Their Next Album, He Was Dropped From The Lineup, To Be Replaced By Rick Wakeman." AMG Review By Bruce Eder. more
The Yes Album
Used Import - K 40106
1972 UK Gatefold, Repress On Red & Green Label. Made In UK On Both Sides With Small "V" Under Label Matrices On Right. Without Original Inner. Glossy, VG++ Vinyl. "On Yes' First Two Albums, Yes (1969) And Time And A Word (1970), The Quintet Was Mostly Searching For A Sound On Which They Could Build, Losing One Of Their Original Members -- Guitarist Peter Banks -- In The Process. Their Third Time Out Proved The Charm -- The Yes Album Constituted A De Facto Second Debut, Introducing The Sound That Would Carry Them Forward Across The Next Decade Or More. Gone Are Any Covers Of Outside Material, The Group Now Working Off Of Its Own Music From The Ground Up. A Lot Of The New Material Was Actually Simpler -- In Linear Structure, At Least -- Than Some Of What Had Appeared On Their Previous Albums, But The Internal Dynamics Of Their Playing Had Also Altered Radically, And Much Of The Empty Space That Had Been Present In Their Earlier Recordings Was Also Filled Up Here -- Suddenly, Between New Member Steve Howe's Odd Mix Of Country- And Folk-based Progressive Guitar And The Suddenly Liberated Bass Work And Drumming Of Chris Squire And Bill Bruford, Respectively, The Group's Music Became Extremely Busy. And Lead Singer Jon Anderson, Supported By Squire And Howe, Filled Whatever Was Left Almost To Overflowing. Anderson's Soaring Falsetto And The Accompanying Harmonies, Attached To Haunting Melodies Drawn From Folk Tunes As Often As Rock, Applied To Words Seemingly Derived From Science Fiction, And All Delivered With The Bravura Of An Operatic Performance -- By The Band As Well As The Singer -- Proved A Compelling Mix. What's More, Despite The Busy-ness Of Their New Sound, The Group Wasn't Afraid To Prove That Less Could Sometimes Be More: Three Of The High Points Were The Acoustic-driven "Your Move" And "The Clap" (A Superb Showcase For Howe On Solo Acoustic Guitar), And The Relatively Low-key "A Venture" (Oddly Enough, The Latter Was The One Cut Here That Didn't Last In The Group's Repertory; Most Of The Rest, Despite The Competition From Their Subsequent Work, Remained In Their Concert Set For Years To Come). The Yes Album Did What It Had To Do, Outselling The Group's First Two Long-players And Making The Group An Established Presence In America Where, For The First Time, They Began Getting Regular Exposure On Fm Radio. Sad To Say, The Only Aspect Of The Yes Album That Didn't Last Much Longer Was Tony Kaye On Keyboards: His Hammond Organ Holds Its Own In The Group's Newly Energized Sound, And Is Augmented By Piano And Other Instruments When Needed, But He Resisted The Idea Of Adding The Moog Synthesizer, That Hot Instrument Of The Moment, To His Repertory. The Band Was Looking For A Bolder Sound Than The Hammond Could Generate, And After Some Initial Rehearsals Of Material That Ended Up On Their Next Album, He Was Dropped From The Lineup, To Be Replaced By Rick Wakeman." AMG Review By Bruce Eder. more
Time And A Word
Used - LP - SD 8273
2nd Issue (75, Rockefeller Plaza Labels) Still In Shrink Wrap. LP Appears New, Unplayed. more
Time And A Word
Used - LP - SD 8273
2nd Pressing With Rockefeller Address. LP Looks Glossy. Cover Shows Some Ring Wear And Edge Wear. more
Time And A Word
Used Import - 40.085
1973 French Import. The 2nd LP Starts To Show Their Progressive Side More As They implement More Orchestration With Tony Cox. Includes Lyric Sheet. more
Time And A Word
New - LP - SD 8273
Factory Sealed (Label Variation Unknown-No Bar Code On Jacket - 1841 Street Address On Back Cover). Clean Cut Out Hole. Priced As A 2nd Issue. more
Time And A Word
Used - LP - K 40085
Beautiful UK Red & Green Label 2nd Issue With Lyric Insert. more
Time And A Word
New - LP - SD 8273
Factory Sealed (Label Variation Unknown-No Bar Code On Jacket - 1841, Street Address On Back Cover). Saw-Cut. more
Time And A Word
New - LP - SD 8273
Factory Sealed Heavy Vinyl With The 1841, Street Address On Back Cover. We Believe This Is A First Pressing. Difficult To Find Without A Cut Out Hole Or Saw Cut. more
Time And A Word
Used - LP - 2400 006
Stunning Copy Of This 1970 UK Purple And Orange Label Original. With The Lyric Insert. Small Water Stain Near Top Left Corner. LP Appears Virtually Unplayed. more
Time And A Word
New - LP - R1 573896
Sealed 2018 Black Friday RSD Exclusive, Limited Edition Reissue Of The Rare German Original Featuring Alternate Mixes, Tracklisting And Front Cover. Custom Hype Sticker And Silver Foil RSD Sticker On Shrink. more
Topographic Drama - Live Across America
New - LP - R1-563588
Sealed 2017 180gm 3LP Gatefold. Topographic Drama – Live Across America Highlights The Best Performances From The 2017 Leg Of The 28-Show Tour And Mirrors The Set List From Those Concerts. Each Night, Yes Opened With All Six Songs From Drama (1980), The Band’s Tenth Studio Album, Which Peaked At #2 On The U.K. Album Chart. Standouts Include “Machine Messiah,” “Tempus Fugit” And The Album’s Only Single “Into The Lens.” After Drama, The Band Shifted Gears For Songs From Two Of Its Best-Selling Albums: “And You And I” From 1972’s Close To The Edge (RIAA Platinum) And “Heart Of The Sunrise” From 1971’s Fragile (RIAA Double-Platinum). Next, The Group Played The Opening And Closing Tracks Of Its Concept Album, Tales From Topographic Oceans (1973). Howe’s Exceptional Guitar Work On “The Revealing Science Of God” And White’s Propulsive Drumming On “Ritual” Have Always Been Regarded As Ground-Breaking. The Album Concludes With Two Live Staples: “Roundabout” From Fragile (1971) And “Starship Trooper” From The Yes Album (1971) more
Tormato
Used - LP - SD 19202
1978 Original In Shrink Wrap With Custom Inner Sleeve. Long Saw-Cut. Appears Unplayed. more
Tormato
New - LP - SD 19202
Sealed 1978 Original. Saw Cut. First Sealed Copy We've Seen In 15 Years. more
Tormato
Used - LP - P 10572A
Mint Japanese Pressing With Obi. more
Union
Used - LP - 211 558
1991 Vinyl Rarity With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Small Top Center Seam Split, Hence $50 Price Reduction. more
Union
New Import - MOVLP1669
Sealed, Latest Run Of The 2016 180gm Reissue From Music On Vinyl. "With The Exception Of Peter Banks And Trevor Horn, Virtually All The Major Contributors To Yes In Its Various Incarnations Over The Previous 23 Years, Including Both Of Its Drummers, Threw Their Hands Into The Making Of Union, Which Was Supported By A Massive Tour That Filled Arenas With At Least Two Generations Of Fans. So Even If Union Had Been As Good As One Hoped, This Was An Album That Couldn't Possibly Have Met The Expectations Inherent In The Array Of Talent Involved. The Material Is Reasonably Solid, And Under Ordinary Circumstances This Album Would Have Been Considered Just Fine, If Not Exceptional. "I Would Have Waited Forever" Shows Off The Group's Vocalizing (By Chris Squire And Jon Anderson) At Its Most Melodic And Steve Howe Has One Of The Most Beautiful Classical Guitar Showcases Of His Yes Career On "Masquerade." But The Trevor Rabin/Chris Squire-Composed "Lift Me Up" Seems A Forced Exercise In Heaviness, And "Without Hope You Cannot Start" Seems More Like A Composed-By-Numbers Piece Than A Truly Inspired Song. None Of The Material Here Would Rate Alongside The Better (Forget The Best) Tracks From Any Of The Group's 1971-1974 Albums. Perhaps The Defects Revealed The Real Purpose Of This Album, Which Wasn't So Much To Make A Definitive Statement By Any Of The Participants, But Rather To Show The Flag Of The Reunited Band, Which It Did. The Single "Lift Me Up" Topped Billboard's Album Rock Tracks Chart For Six Weeks, With Two Other Cuts Also Making The List. But The Single Also Only Limped To Number 86 On The Hot 100, And Although The Album Shot To Number 15 And Went Gold, This Was A Serious Falloff From Previous Sales." AMG Review By Bruce Eder. more
Yes
New Import - MOVLP1322
Sealed, Latest Run Of The 2015 180gm Reissue From Music On Vinyl. Their Legendary Debut Album Including Alternate Versions Of "Everyday's", "Dear Father" & "Somethings Coming". "Yes' Debut Album Is Surprisingly Strong, Given The Inexperience Of All Those Involved At The Time. In An Era When Psychedelic Meanderings Were The Order Of The Day, Yes Delivered A Surprisingly Focused And Exciting Record That Covered Lots Of Bases (Perhaps Too Many) In Presenting Their Sound. The Album Opens Boldly, With The Fervor Of A Metal Band Of The Era Playing Full Tilt On "Beyond And Before," But It Is With The Second Number, A Cover Of The Byrds' "I See You," That They Show Some Of Their Real Range. The Song Is Highlighted By An Extraordinary Jazz Workout From Lead Guitarist Peter Banks And Drummer Bill Bruford That Runs Circles Around The Original By Roger McGuinn And Company. "Harold Land" Was The First Song On Which Chris Squire's Bass Playing Could Be Heard In Anything Resembling The Prominence It Would Eventually Assume In Their Sound And Anticipates In Its Structure The Multi-Part Suites The Group Would Later Record, With Its Extended Introduction And Its Myriad Shifts In Texture, Timbre, And Volume. And Then There Is "Every Little Thing," The Most Daring Beatles Cover Ever To Appear On An English Record, With An Apocalyptic Introduction And Extraordinary Shifts In Tempo And Dynamics, Banks' Guitar And Bruford's Drums So Animated That They Seem To Be Playing Several Songs At Once. This Song Also Hosts An Astonishingly Charismatic Performance By Jon Anderson. There Were Numerous Problems In Recording This Album, Owing To The Inexperience Of The Group, The Producer, And The Engineer, In Addition To The Unusual Nature Of Their Sound. Many Of The Numbers Give Unusual Prominence To The Guitar And Drums, Thus Making It The Most Uncharacteristic Of All The Group's Albums." AMG Review By Bruce Eder. more
Yes
Used - LP - P-8287A
1974 Japanese Pressing Housed In A Matte Finished Gatefold Cover. No Obi. VG++ Cover, With Just A Few Light Seam Rub Marks. NM- Vinyl. "Yes' Debut Album Is Surprisingly Strong, Given The Inexperience Of All Those Involved At The Time. In An Era When Psychedelic Meanderings Were The Order Of The Day, Yes Delivered A Surprisingly Focused And Exciting Record That Covered Lots Of Bases (Perhaps Too Many) In Presenting Their Sound. The Album Opens Boldly, With The Fervor Of A Metal Band Of The Era Playing Full Tilt On "Beyond And Before," But It Is With The Second Number, A Cover Of The Byrds' "I See You," That They Show Some Of Their Real Range. The Song Is Highlighted By An Extraordinary Jazz Workout From Lead Guitarist Peter Banks And Drummer Bill Bruford That Runs Circles Around The Original By Roger Mcguinn And Company. "Harold Land" Was The First Song On Which Chris Squire's Bass Playing Could Be Heard In Anything Resembling The Prominence It Would Eventually Assume In Their Sound And Anticipates In Its Structure The Multi-part Suites The Group Would Later Record, With Its Extended Introduction And Its Myriad Shifts In Texture, Timbre, And Volume. And Then There Is "Every Little Thing," The Most Daring Beatles Cover Ever To Appear On An English Record, With An Apocalyptic Introduction And Extraordinary Shifts In Tempo And Dynamics, Banks' Guitar And Bruford's Drums So Animated That They Seem To Be Playing Several Songs At Once. This Song Also Hosts An Astonishingly Charismatic Performance By Jon Anderson. There Were Numerous Problems In Recording This Album, Owing To The Inexperience Of The Group, The Producer, And The Engineer, In Addition To The Unusual Nature Of Their Sound. Many Of The Numbers Give Unusual Prominence To The Guitar And Drums, Thus Making It The Most Uncharacteristic Of All The Group's Albums." AMG Review By Bruce Eder. more
Yes
Used - LP - SD 8243
2nd Issue Label (75 Rockefeller Address). Appears Unplayed. more
Yes
Used - LP - SD 8243
Beautiful 1969 Original With Insert. 1841, Broadway Street Address On Labels. more
Yes
Used - LP - K 40043
Beautiful UK Embossed Gatefold, Red And Green Label 2nd Issue With Lyric Insert. 2A/B1 Stampers. Looks Unplayed. more
Yes
New - LP - SD 8243
Factory Sealed With 4 Digit Catalog Number But Also A Bar Code On The Back Cover (Making This A Late 70s - Early 80's Pressing. Small Saw Cut. more
Yes
Used - LP - SD 8243
2nd Issue Label (75 Rockefeller Address). Shrink Wrap Intact With The Original Service Merchandise Catalog Showroom Price Tag In Place. Appears Unplayed. more
Yes Album
Used - LP - SD 8283
1971 Gatefold Original (1841 Broadway Label). Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Slightest Hint of Ring Wear On Back Cover. more
Yes Album
Used - LP - P-8079A
1974 First Japanese Pressing Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Obi And Inserts. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Yes Album
New - LP - SD 19131
Sealed 1971 Heavy-Duty Gatefold 2nd Label, COH. more
Yes Album
New - LP - R1 73788
Factory Sealed 180gm HQ Gatefold Reissue. more
Yes Album
Used - LP - 40 106
Beautiful German Gatefold Reissue. Record Appears Glossy, Unplayed. No Barcode On Back. more
Yes Album
Used - LP - K 40106
1972 UK 2nd Pressing Of Their 1970 Album Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Yes Album
Used - LP - SD 19131
1977 Heavy-Duty Gatefold Reissue. Two Small Gentle Dings On Top Seam, Light Corner Rubs. more
Yes Music-An Evening With Jon Anderson
Used - LP - PR 285
1977 White Label Promo Only LP. Black & White Jacket Has VSRW, But LP Appears Unplayed. more
Yesshows
New - LP - SD 2-510
Sealed 2LP Original. No Deletion Cuts, Seam Splits Or Dents. more
Yesshows
Used - LP - SD 2-510
1980 2LP Gatefold Original. Both LPs Look Glossy, Unplayed. Barest Hint Of Wear Near The Top Of The Front Cover. more
Yesshows
Used - LP - SD 2-510
1980 2LP Gatefold. Gold Promo Stamp And Radio Station Timing Strip On Jacket. more
Yesshows
New - LP - SD 2-510
Sealed 1980 Gatefold Original, Small, Clean COH. Silver Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. more
Yesshows
New - LP - SD 2-510
Sealed 1980 2LP Gatefold Original, Thin Saw Cut. more
Yesshows
Used - LP - ATL 60 142
1980 German 2LP Gatefold. Light Rubbing On Bottom Seams. Both LPs Appear New, Unplayed. more
Yesshows World Tour 1977
Used - LP - YESLB A/B
1977 Original Recorded Live At Long Beach Arena, September 26, 1977. Appears Virtually Unplayed. more
Yessongs
New - LP - SD 3-100
Sealed 1973 3LP Quadruple Fold-Out With 8 Page Color Booklet. Very Difficult To Find Without Saw Cuts Or Cut Out Holes. First Sealed Copy We Have Seen In Over Ten Years. Four Inches Of Shrink Wrap Separated At Bottom Mouth And One Inch At The Top Mouth. Rare Columbia House Edition. more
Yessongs
Used - LP - P-5503-5
Beautiful Japanese 3LP Triple Gatefold With Obi And All Inserts. All Three LPs Appear Unplayed. more
Yessongs
Used - LP - SD 3-100
1973 3LP Quadra-Fold Jacket Original With Three Original Custom Inner Sleeves With The Yes Logo And Color Booklet. All Three LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. Jacket Is NM. more
Yessongs
New - LP - SD 3-100
Factory Sealed 1973 3LP Quadruple Fold-Out With 8 Page Color Booklet. Pristine Copy Without Saw Cuts Or Cut Out Holes. First Sealed Copy We Have Seen In Over Ten Years. Saw Cut And Mild Corner Crease (See Scan) Hence Reduced Price. more
Yessongs
Used - LP - SD 3-100
1973 3LP Tri-Fold Jacket Original With Shrink Wrap Still Intact. Includes Three Original Custom Inner Sleeves And Color Booklet. All 3 LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. Very Slight Corner Rub. more
Yessongs
Used - LP - SD 3-100
1973 3LP 2nd Label (75, Rockefeller Plaza Labels) Housed In A Double Gatefold (Hinged At Spine) With 12 Page Color Booklet And Custom "Yes" Inner Sleeves. All Three LPs Appear Unplayed. more
Yessongs
Used - LP - P-5503~5A
1980 Japanese 3LP Set With All Inserts And Obi. more
Yesstory
Used - LP - 7567-91747
Rare 1991 3LP Original Housed In A Deluxe Tri-Fold Jacket. All Three LPs Appear New, Unplayed Copy. Middle Seam, Top Has A Tiny Split. more
Yesterdays
New - LP - SD 19134
Sealed 1974 Original, Thin Saw Cut. more
Yesterdays
New - LP - SD 19134
Sealed 1974 Original. Custom Song Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. SC. more
Yesterdays
New - LP - SD 19134
Sealed 1974 Original. Custom Song Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. more
Yesterdays
Used - LP - SD 19134
Beautiful 1974 Original. more
Yesterdays
New - LP - SD 19134
Sealed 1974 Original With Custom Song Sticker On The Shrink Wrap And The Original Recycled Records Price Tag (Recycled Had Stores On Pacific Coast Highway In Hermosa Beach And Palos Verdes). more

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