Yes - Close To The Edge


Label:

Friday Music

Genre:

Pop/Rock

Product No.:
AFRM 9004
Availability:
In Stock
Category:

180 Gram Vinyl Record



180 Gram LP


1/2 speed mastered
Yes, the definitive force in classic and prog rock music released this masterwork in 1972. Way ahead of its time in message, packaging, sound and musicianship, Friday Music couldn't think of a nicer way to start off their new series of Yes on 180-gram vinyl. Close To The Edge includes the 18-plus-minute title track, "And You And I" and "Siberian Khatru," which of course feature the masterful talents of Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Rick Wakeman, Steve Howe and Bill Bruford. Half-speed mastered by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios and at Capitol Studios with Joe Reagoso and Ron McMaster.



Close to the Edge: The Solid Time of Change/Total Mass Retain/I Get Up/Get Down/Seasons of Man
And You and I: Cord of Life/Eclipse/The Preacher the Teacher/Apocalypse
Siberian Khatru

Customer Reviews (3.71 Stars) 7 person(s) rated this product.

Not Bad

posted on 10/11/2015
4 Stars
Not bad for a rerelease.


Close To The Edge - Yes

posted on 03/15/2013
4 Stars
Reviewer: BobG


Close To The Edge - Yes

posted on 02/24/2013
1 Stars


disappointing

posted on 07/10/2012
3 Stars
Reviewer: Tom
Perhaps I got a poor copy, but this record is way too bright. The synthesizers and especially the guitar are almost ear bleedingly bright. Vinyl quality is ok, but not dead silent. I had high hopes for this series of Yes reissues because the originals are so dismal. Sad to say the best sounding Yes albums I have found are Japanese cds. I have a few other Friday Music lps, and they were pretty good.


Not bad at all....

posted on 06/20/2009
4 Stars
Reviewer: Bob
Thus far, very favorably impressed with these Yes reissues, Probably got a cleaner copy of the first two (the Yes Album & Fragile), but across the board the bass is outstanding. Never did understand their lyrics....


Fresh sounding

posted on 02/07/2009
5 Stars
A crisp sounding version of this album that sounds closer to Fragile (Analogue Production version for reference) than any other version of this album I've heard (I have not heard the original pressing though). The MOFI LP sounds alomost like a tape copy of this one... Vinyl quality is OK, not the total quiet variety Speakers Corner spoils us with.


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