Classic tuneage from 40 years ago... via smyletube...
Tuneage: Yours Is No Disgrace (originally from "The Yes Album", their third studio album, released in February 1971.
Classic rock from 40 years ago.
Filmed live at London's Rainbow Theatre in December 1972.
Steve Howe (guitars), Jon Anderson (vocals), Alan White (drums), Chris Squire (bass), Rick Wakeman (keyboards).
Drummer Alan White would soon depart and be replace by Bill Bruford.
The Yes Album is the third studio album from the English progressive rock band Yes, released on Atlantic Records. It is the last record to feature keyboardist Tony Kaye until 1983, and the first to feature guitarist Steve Howe, who replaced Peter Banks in 1970. The album was written and rehearsed at a farmhouse in Devonshire, then home to Langley Studios, which was later bought by Howe who now lives there.
Upon its release in February 1971, The Yes Album peaked at number 4 on the UK Albums Chart and number 40 on the US Billboard 200, where it was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. The Yes Album is seen as the group's breakthrough release, setting the stage for their success with their following albums Fragile (1971) and Close to the Edge (1972).
Jon Anderson is credited as John Anderson on the album. Soon after, he dropped the "h" from his first name.
The album cover shows Tony Kaye with his foot in a cast. He had been in a car accident shortly before the picture was taken.
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