180 Gram Vinyl Record
Limited Edition 180-gram audiophile vinyl
Mastered by Friday Music's Joe Reagoso
After the amazing success of the mega platinum 90125, Yes embarked on a grand world tour in 1984 featuring the stellar line up of Jon Anderson (vocals/guitar), the late great Chris Squire (bass/vocals), Alan White (drums/vocals), as well as the return of Tony Kaye (keyboards/vocals) and new Yes member Trevor Rabin (guitar/vocals). This album was recorded in Edmonton, Canada at Northlands Coliseum 1984, as part of the soundtrack of the movie 9012Live.
The tour was a stunning smash and luckily tape was rolling as they captured each member in their own cosmic and artistic space, which prevailed in each and every performance on this fine album.
This long out of print album featured crowd pleasers like "Hold On" and "Changes" from 90125, plus incredible vocal work outs from Jon Anderson on "Soon" from Relayer and Alan White and Chris Squire?s duo solos on "Whitefish." Even "Amazing Grace" receives an entirely new interpretation from the magical bass of Chris Squire, which is one of the finer examples of the sheer artistry and innovative music that Yes has been giving their worldwide audience for decades.
Friday Music has been releasing the artistry and impeccable Yes Atlantic Records catalog now for many years, so it is with great pleasure to announce the first time 180-gram Audiophile Vinyl release of Yes 9012 Live The Solos.
Mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music and Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA, this special limited edition release also includes the original LP sized artwork elements not seen since its original vinyl release back in 1985.
|1. Hold On|
|3. Solly's Beard|
|2. Amazing Grace|