Yesshows

~ Release by Yes (see all versions of this release, 14 available)

Tracklist

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12" Vinyl 1
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A1Parallels
recording engineer:
Mike Dunne (on 1977-11-24) and Nigel Luby (on 1977-11-24)
engineer:
Nigel Luby and Geoff Young (engineer)
producer:
Yes (British progressive rock band)
mixer:
Chris Squire (Yes bassist)
bass guitar:
Chris Squire (Yes bassist) (on 1977-11-24)
drums (drum set):
Alan White (Yes drummer) (on 1977-11-24)
guitar:
Steve Howe (on 1977-11-24)
keyboard:
Rick Wakeman (on 1977-11-24)
lead vocals:
Jon Anderson (Yes/Jon & Vangelis) (on 1977-11-24)
arranger:
Yes (British progressive rock band)
recorded at:
Ahoy Arena in Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands, Kingdom of the Netherlands (on 1977-11-24)
mixed at:
Sun Park Studios in Surrey, England, United Kingdom
live recording of:
Parallels (on 1977-11-24)
lyricist and composer:
Chris Squire (Yes bassist)
publisher:
Warner Bros. Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label), Warner/Chappell North America Limited (formerly incorporated as Marmalade Music Ltd., from 1968/09/19–1999/11/09) and Topographic Music, Ltd. (in 1977)
37:08
A2Time and a Word
engineer:
Bill Aitken (Sound engineer and producer) and Neil Burn (engineer)
producer:
Tony Wilson (BBC engineer and producer) and Yes (British progressive rock band)
mixer:
Chris Squire (Yes bassist)
bass guitar:
Chris Squire (Yes bassist) (on 1978-10-27)
drums (drum set):
Alan White (Yes drummer) (on 1978-10-27)
guitar:
Steve Howe (on 1978-10-27)
keyboard:
Rick Wakeman (on 1978-10-27)
lead vocals:
Jon Anderson (Yes/Jon & Vangelis) (on 1978-10-27)
arranger:
Yes (British progressive rock band)
recorded at:
Wembley Arena in Wembley, Brent, London (Greater London), England, United Kingdom (on 1978-10-27)
mixed at:
Sun Park Studios in Surrey, England, United Kingdom
live recording of:
Time and a Word (on 1978-10-27)
writer:
Jon Anderson (Yes/Jon & Vangelis) and David Foster (bassist, played in Badger)
publisher:
Cotillion, Cotillion Music Inc. (BMI), Rondor Music (London) Ltd., Universal Music Publishing (use ONLY if no country‐specific information is available), Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Yessongs Ltd. and Topographic Music, Ltd. (in 1970)
34:07
A3Going for the One
recording engineer:
Mike Dunne (on 1977-11-18) and Nigel Luby (on 1977-11-18)
engineer:
Nigel Luby and Geoff Young (engineer)
producer:
Yes (British progressive rock band)
mixer:
Chris Squire (Yes bassist)
bass guitar:
Chris Squire (Yes bassist) (on 1977-11-18)
drums (drum set):
Alan White (Yes drummer) (on 1977-11-18)
guitar:
Steve Howe (on 1977-11-18)
keyboard:
Rick Wakeman (on 1977-11-18)
lead vocals:
Jon Anderson (Yes/Jon & Vangelis) (on 1977-11-18)
arranger:
Yes (British progressive rock band)
recorded at:
Festhalle Frankfurt in Frankfurt am Main, Hessen, Germany (on 1977-11-18)
mixed at:
Sun Park Studios in Surrey, England, United Kingdom
live recording of:
Going for the One (on 1977-11-18)
lyricist and composer:
Jon Anderson (Yes/Jon & Vangelis)
publisher:
Warner Bros. Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label), Warner Chappell Ltd., Warner/Chappell North America Limited (formerly incorporated as Marmalade Music Ltd., from 1968/09/19–1999/11/09) and Topographic Music, Ltd. (in 1977)
35:24
BThe Gates of Delirium
recording engineer:
Mike Dunne (on 1976-08-17) and Nigel Luby (on 1976-08-17)
engineer:
Nigel Luby and Geoff Young (engineer)
producer:
Yes (British progressive rock band)
mixer:
Chris Squire (Yes bassist)
bass guitar:
Chris Squire (Yes bassist) (on 1976-08-17)
drums (drum set):
Alan White (Yes drummer) (on 1976-08-17)
guitar:
Steve Howe (on 1976-08-17)
keyboard:
Patrick Moraz (on 1976-08-17)
lead vocals:
Jon Anderson (Yes/Jon & Vangelis) (on 1976-08-17)
arranger:
Yes (British progressive rock band)
recorded at:
Cobo Arena in Detroit, Michigan, United States (on 1976-08-17)
mixed at:
Sun Park Studios in Surrey, England, United Kingdom
live recording of:
The Gates of Delirium (on 1976-08-17)
lyricist and composer:
Jon Anderson (Yes/Jon & Vangelis), Steve Howe, Patrick Moraz, Chris Squire (Yes bassist) and Alan White (Yes drummer)
publisher:
Warner Bros. Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label), Warner Chappell North America and Topographic Music, Ltd. (in 1974)
522:43
12" Vinyl 2
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C1Don’t Kill the Whale
engineer:
Barry Ainsworth (engineer) and Sean Davis (BBC engineer)
producer:
Yes (British progressive rock band)
mixer:
Chris Squire (Yes bassist)
bass guitar:
Chris Squire (Yes bassist) (on 1978-10-28)
drums (drum set):
Alan White (Yes drummer) (on 1978-10-28)
guitar:
Steve Howe (on 1978-10-28)
keyboard:
Rick Wakeman (on 1978-10-28)
lead vocals:
Jon Anderson (Yes/Jon & Vangelis) (on 1978-10-28)
arranger:
Yes (British progressive rock band)
recorded at:
Wembley Arena in Wembley, Brent, London (Greater London), England, United Kingdom (on 1978-10-28)
mixed at:
Sun Park Studios in Surrey, England, United Kingdom
live recording of:
Don’t Kill the Whale (on 1978-10-28)
writer:
Jon Anderson (Yes/Jon & Vangelis) and Chris Squire (Yes bassist)
publisher:
Rondor Music (London) Ltd., Topographic Music (publisher), Warner Bros. Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label) and Topographic Music, Ltd. (in 1978)
6:50
C2Ritual, Part 1
recording engineer:
Mike Dunne and Nigel Luby
engineer:
Nigel Luby and Geoff Young (engineer)
producer:
Yes (British progressive rock band)
mixer:
Chris Squire (Yes bassist)
bass guitar:
Chris Squire (Yes bassist)
drums (drum set):
Alan White (Yes drummer)
guitar:
Steve Howe
keyboard:
Patrick Moraz
lead vocals:
Jon Anderson (Yes/Jon & Vangelis)
arranger:
Yes (British progressive rock band)
recorded at:
Cobo Arena in Detroit, Michigan, United States (on 1976-08-17)
mixed at:
Sun Park Studios in Surrey, England, United Kingdom
live partial recording of:
Ritual: Nous sommes du soleil (on 1976-08-17)
lyricist:
Jon Anderson (Yes/Jon & Vangelis) and Steve Howe
composer:
Jon Anderson (Yes/Jon & Vangelis), Steve Howe, Chris Squire (Yes bassist), Rick Wakeman and Alan White (Yes drummer)
publisher:
Yessongs Ltd. and Topographic Music, Ltd. (in 1973)
11:48
D1Ritual, Part 2
recording engineer:
Mike Dunne and Nigel Luby
engineer:
Nigel Luby and Geoff Young (engineer)
producer:
Yes (British progressive rock band)
mixer:
Chris Squire (Yes bassist)
bass guitar:
Chris Squire (Yes bassist)
drums (drum set):
Alan White (Yes drummer)
guitar:
Steve Howe
keyboard:
Patrick Moraz
lead vocals:
Jon Anderson (Yes/Jon & Vangelis)
arranger:
Yes (British progressive rock band)
recorded at:
Cobo Arena in Detroit, Michigan, United States (on 1976-08-17)
mixed at:
Sun Park Studios in Surrey, England, United Kingdom
live partial recording of:
Ritual: Nous sommes du soleil (on 1976-08-17)
lyricist:
Jon Anderson (Yes/Jon & Vangelis) and Steve Howe
composer:
Jon Anderson (Yes/Jon & Vangelis), Steve Howe, Chris Squire (Yes bassist), Rick Wakeman and Alan White (Yes drummer)
publisher:
Yessongs Ltd. and Topographic Music, Ltd. (in 1973)
17:07
D2Wonderous Stories
recording engineer:
Mike Dunne (on 1977-11-24) and Nigel Luby (on 1977-11-24)
engineer:
Nigel Luby and Geoff Young (engineer)
producer:
Yes (British progressive rock band)
mixer:
Chris Squire (Yes bassist)
bass guitar:
Chris Squire (Yes bassist) (on 1977-11-24)
drums (drum set):
Alan White (Yes drummer) (on 1977-11-24)
guitar:
Steve Howe (on 1977-11-24)
keyboard:
Rick Wakeman (on 1977-11-24)
lead vocals:
Jon Anderson (Yes/Jon & Vangelis) (on 1977-11-24)
arranger:
Yes (British progressive rock band)
recorded at:
Ahoy Arena in Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands, Kingdom of the Netherlands (on 1977-11-24)
mixed at:
Sun Park Studios in Surrey, England, United Kingdom
live recording of:
Wonderous Stories (on 1977-11-24)
lyricist and composer:
Jon Anderson (Yes/Jon & Vangelis)
publisher:
Rondor Music (London) Ltd., Warner Bros. Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label), Warner Bros. Music Ltd. (UK subsidiary, so named between 1970/01/23–1971/04/26 and 1972/04/25–1988/08/23), Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996), Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Warner/Chappell North America Limited (formerly incorporated as Marmalade Music Ltd., from 1968/09/19–1999/11/09) and Topographic Music, Ltd. (in 1977)
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