Released 17 years ago today, ‘Open Your Eyes’ ended up as one of Yes’ late-period orphans. It’s time to open your ears.
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Yes was “strictly a pot and hash band,” Chris Squire insists, until a fateful 1973 U.S. tour featuring the Eagles as their opening act.
Jon Anderson’s lengthy tenure in Yes gave him a broad perspective on its most famous guitarists, Steve Howe and Trevor Horn.
Trevor Horn, Jon Anderson and Tony Kaye join us to discuss Yes’ “Owner of a Lonely Heart,” issued as a single in October 1983.
The song became Yes’ biggest hit, but also a point of contention.
Mike Tiano explores an enduring rift that should have been over long ago.
They wrote two songs together on Yes’ new album, with more to come.
‘It was all fair in love and war’: Inside Yes’ decision to complete Heaven and Earth without Roy Thomas Baker
Roy Thomas Baker earlier helmed failed Yes sessions prior to 1980’s ‘Drama.’
Steve Howe’s The Grand Scheme of Things underscored his wider impact on Yes: ‘I’m getting chills up my spine’
This dextrous, often overlooked project showcased Howe’s lyrical gift.
Heaven and Earth appears to have divided Yes’ fanbase like no album since 1973’s Tales from Topographic Oceans
Mike Tiano on whether this polarizing Yes album is a detour or a new path.