Style: Classic Rock
Cat: ATL 50 736
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2285 mb | MP3 size: 1793 mb | WMA size: 1971 mb
|1||Into The Lens||8:31|
|4||Does It Really Happen?||6:34|
|6||Run Through The Light|
Bass – Trevor HornPiano – Chris Squire
|K 50736||Yes||Drama (LP, Album, Gat)||Atlantic||K 50736||UK||1980|
|2300220||Yes||Drama (LP, Album, Gat)||Atlantic||2300220||Colombia||1980|
|K 450 736||Yes||Drama (Cass, Album)||Atlantic||K 450 736||UK & Europe||1980|
|SD 16019||Yes||Drama (LP, Album, Gat)||Atlantic||SD 16019||Scandinavia||1980|
|WPCR-17613||Yes||Drama (SACD, Hybrid, Album, Ltd, RE, DSD)||Atlantic||WPCR-17613||Japan||2017|
- Bass, Vocals – Chris Squire
- Design [cover], Illustration – Roger Dean
- Drums, Vocals – Alan White
- Engineer – Ashley Howe, Pete Schwier
- Engineer [Recording] – Hugh Padgham
- Guitar – Steve Howe
- Keyboards, Effects [Vocoder] – Geoff Downes
- Lacquer Cut By – Sean
- Producer [Backing Tracks] – Eddie Offord
- Producer, Arranged By – Yes
- Tape Op [Tape Operator] – George Chambers
- Vocals – Trevor Horn
- Written-By [All Songs] – Yes
℗ & © 1980 Atlantic Recording Corp.
A Warner Communications Company
ATL 50 736 (SD 16019)
Recorded at the Town House, London.
Made in Germany by WEA Musik GmbH.
Inner sleeve info:
All lyrics © 1980 Topographic Music Ltd.
All rights administered by WB Music Corp.
Recorded at Roundhouse and Ran Studios (all track except A2).
- Price Code (Germany:): Ⓤ
- Price Code (France:): WE 351
- Label Code: LC 0121
- Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side 1): 50736-A2X STRAWBERRY-Sean
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side 2): 50736-B2
- Other (US Category original copy, in brakets): SD 16019
- Made By – WEA Musik GmbH
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Copyright (c) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Recorded At – The Town House
- Mixed At – Sarm East Studios
- Lacquer Cut At – Strawberry Mastering
- Copyright (c) – Topographic Music Ltd.
- Published By – WB Music Corp.
- Recorded At – Roundhouse Studios
- Recorded At – RAK Studios
Drama is the tenth studio album by the English progressive rock band Yes, released on 18 August 1980 by Atlantic Records. It was their first album to feature Trevor Horn as lead vocalist, as well as keyboardist Geoff Downes. This followed the departures of Jon Anderson and Rick Wakeman after numerous attempts to record a new album in Paris and London had failed. Drama was recorded hurriedly, because a tour had already been booked before the change in personnel. The album marked a departure in the band. Покупайте и продавайте винил и компакт-диски, формируйте. Drama To say the least. Following the release of their divisive ninth LP, 1978's Tormato , Yes found themselves gazing weakly into a New Wave-y new decade. But the Yes chronology is anything but linear: In 1983, Squire and White rebuilt the band once more, recruiting Anderson, South African guitarist Trevor Rabin and former Yes keyboardist Tony Kaye with Horn assisting behind the boards. The result The triple-platinum behemoth 90125 and the smash single Owner of a Lonely Heart. When I came out of that, I was pretty fearless musically, Horn told the Independent in 2014, reflecting on the Drama era. It was so difficult, it made everything else seem easy. Couldn't find it here, so there it everyone to enjoy this wonderful masterpiece Remastered and Expanded Track-list: 01 Machine Messiah 00:00 free to Yes Drama Machine Messiah, White Car and more. 6 tracks 36:46. Drama is the tenth studio album by British progressive rock group Yes. It is unique for being the only Yes release without vocalist Jon Anderson. In early 1980, after rehearsing music for the follow-up to the tepidly-received Tormato, both Anderson and Rick Wakeman departed the band over creative and financial differences. Reportedly Anderson and Wakeman were the most enthusiastic about creating a new album, and the rest of the band was lukewarm over the idea, given the relative failure of the last album. Each night, Yes opened with all six songs from Drama 1980, the bands tenth studio album, which peaked at 2 on the U. album chart. Standouts include Machine Messiah, Tempus Fugit and the albums only single Into The Lens. TOPOGRAPHIC OCEANS is my favorite Yes album, so this tour from 2016-17 was something I always hoped Id see. Almost as much of the album was performed on this tour as was played in Chicago at the original 1974 concert a show I regretfully missed. It rocks harder than other Yes albums, and for classically inclined fans, it was a jarring departure but it was a harbinger of Yes and Asia albums to come. A newly emboldened Chris Squire lays down aggressive rhythms with Alan White, and Steve Howe eschews his usual acoustic rags and flamenco licks for a more metallic approach, opting for sheets of electric sound. Prime cuts include the doom-laden Machine Messiah and the manic ska inflections of Tempus Fugit. Shying away from their main stream hits for this tour, as a gift to their fans base, they began their set by playing all six songs of the Drama album. Nearly every song yielded a standing ovation from the crowd and some people stood up alone when the feeling moved them to do so. The Drama album was followed up by You and I from their 1972 Close To The Edge album and Perpetual Change from their 1971 The Yes Album. The first set was inspiring and immaculately performed. If anyone in the audience had any reservations about seeing them live without. Yes - Drama 1980. To favorites 12 Download album. Listen album. Art Rock. Songs in album Yes - Drama 1980. Yes - Machine Messiah. Yes - White Car. Yes - Does It Really Happen. Yes - Into The Lens. Yes - Run Though The Light. Yes - Tempus Fugit. Yes - Into The Lens I Am A Camera Single Version