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Yes, “Hold On” from 90125 (1983): YESterdays

Yes, “Hold On” from 90125 (1983): YESterdays

An unlikely yet enduring deep cut, “Hold On” finds Yes at the height of its stadium-rock power.

Yes, “Owner of a Lonely Heart” from 90125 (1983): YESterdays

Yes, “Owner of a Lonely Heart” from 90125 (1983): YESterdays

“Owner of a Lonely Heart” wasn’t great progressive rock but, without this track, it’s doubtful the band Yes would still be here today.

‘Shoot High, Aim Low’ showed where Yes could have gone: ‘It was hard at that time’

‘Shoot High, Aim Low’ showed where Yes could have gone: ‘It was hard at that time’

Jon Anderson and Trevor Rabin discuss the creative process that led to Yes’ deeply underrated ‘Shoot High, Aim Low,’ released as a single on Dec. 31, 1987.

Roger Hodgson collaboration represents road not taken for Yes: ‘One of those things that fizzled out’

“Walls,” released as a single on Dec. 25, 1994, found Yes collaborating with Roger Hodgson of Supertramp fame. What if he’d become their lead singer?

Billy Sherwood served as a peacekeeper during Yes’ 1990s era: ‘Enjoy the music and get into it’

Billy Sherwood served as a peacekeeper during Yes’ 1990s era: ‘Enjoy the music and get into it’

Billy Sherwood talks about the role he played in smoothing Yes’ sometimes-difficult transition from Trevor Rabin back to Steve Howe.

Trevor Rabin, Jon Anderson + Tony Kaye on the curious legacy of Yes’ “Owner of a Lonely Heart”

Trevor Rabin, Jon Anderson + Tony Kaye on the curious legacy of Yes’ “Owner of a Lonely Heart”

Trevor Horn, Jon Anderson and Tony Kaye join us to discuss Yes’ “Owner of a Lonely Heart,” issued as a single in October 1983.

Trevor Rabin clears the air on Yes’ ‘Owner of a Lonely Heart’: ‘I’ve bitten my lip for a long time’

Trevor Rabin clears the air on Yes’ ‘Owner of a Lonely Heart’: ‘I’ve bitten my lip for a long time’

The song became Yes’ biggest hit, but also a point of contention.

Gimme Five: Overlooked Yes Albums (And Why Some of  Them Should Be)

Gimme Five: Overlooked Yes Albums (And Why Some of Them Should Be)

For every ‘Fragile,’ Yes has several other projects that are routinely ignored.

Trevor Rabin and Jon Anderson on Yes’ most overlooked album: ‘It was a perfect storm’

Trevor Rabin and Jon Anderson on Yes’ most overlooked album: ‘It was a perfect storm’

Issued decades ago now, ‘Talk’ remains widely dismissed – when it’s not being ignored all together.

Deep Cuts: Post-1970s Yes, including ‘Machine Messiah,’ ‘State of Play,’ ‘New State of Mind,’ others

Deep Cuts: Post-1970s Yes, including ‘Machine Messiah,’ ‘State of Play,’ ‘New State of Mind,’ others

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQsmlwOYo7w&w=500&h=305] Anyone can recite, bass line and verse, their favorite moments from Yes’ seminal 1972 release Close to the Edge. Everybody knows about the mountains coming out of the sky, and how they stood there, too.