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On December 3, 2007.

On December 3, 2007, “Lime Records” label released “Chris Squire’s Swiss Choir”, the second and last Chris Squire album. It was recorded September – October 2007, and was produced by Chris Squire, Gerard Johnson and Alan White.

Personnel:

  • Chris Squire – vocals, bass guitar, arranger
  • Steve Hackett– guitars, acoustic guitars
  • Gerard Johnson– keyboards, arranger
  • Jeremy Stacey– drums
  • English Baroque Choir– chorus
  • Jeremy Jackman– vocals, musical direction
  • Amy George – soprano voice
  • Laura Macara – vocals
  • Alan White– drums, piano, keyboards, backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Adam Lay Ybounden – traditional
  2. I Saw Three Ships – traditional
  3. O come, O come, Emmanuel – traditional
  4. Silent Night/Night of Silence – Franz Xaver Gruber, Joseph Mohr
  5. Ding Dong Merrily on High – Thoinot Arbeau, George Ratcliffe Woodward
  6. The Three Kings – Peter Cornelius
  7. Sans Day Carol – traditional
  8. Personent hodie – traditional
  9. Sussex Carol – traditional
  10. Gaudete – traditional
  11. In the Bleak Midwinter – traditional
  12. Past Three O’Clock – traditional
  13. Run With the Fox – Chris Squire, Alan White, Peter Sinfield

On November 11, 1981.

On November 11, 1981, “Carrere Records” label released “Adventures in Modern Recording”, the second Buggles studio album. It was recorded in 1981, at “Sarm East Studios” in London, and was produced by Trevor Horn, Geoff Downes and John Sinclair.

Personnel:

  • Geoff Downes– keyboards, drum programming
  • Trevor Horn– vocals, bass, guitar, drum programming
  • John Sinclair – vocals, drum programming, cymbals, guitar
  • Simon Darlow – keyboards, guitar
  • Chris Squire– sound effects
  • Anne Dudley– keyboards
  • Luís Jardim– percussion
  • Bruce Woolley– vocals
  • Danny Schogger, Rod Thompson – keyboards
  • Gary Langan, Julian Mendelsohn– engineering
  • Stuart Bruce – assistant engineering
  • Rory Kee – illustrator
  • Glenn Travis Associates – design

Track listing:

  1. Adventures in Modern Recording – Simon Darlow, Trevor Horn, Bruce Woolley
  2. Beatnik – Trevor Horn
  3. Vermillion Sands – Geoff Downes, Trevor Horn
  4. I Am a Camera – Geoff Downes, Trevor Horn
  5. On TV – Trevor Horn, Bruce Wooley, Rodney Thompson
  6. Inner City – Simon Darlow, Trevor Horn
  7. Lenny – Geoff Downes, Trevor Horn
  8. Rainbow Warrior – Simon Darlow, Trevor Horn, John Sinclair
  9. Adventures in Modern Recording (reprise) – Simon Darlow, Trevor Horn, Bruce Woolley

On October 31, 2005.

On October 31, 2005, “Umbrello” label released “Syndestructible”, the second  Syn album. It was recorded in Metropolis, London, and was produced by Paul Stacey and Gerard Johnson.

Personnel:

  • Steve Nardelli- lead vocals
  • Chris Squire- bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Paul Stacey – guitar, backing vocals, mixing, engineering
  • Gerard Johnson- keyboards, backing vocals
  • Jeremy Stacey – drums
  • Chris Harrison – assistant production
  • Jamie Selway – assistant production
  • Henry Philpotts – assistant production
  • Ian Cooper – mastering

Track listing:

  1. Breaking Down Walls – Steve Nardelli, Chris Squire, Paul Stacey
  2. Some Time, Some Way – Steve Nardelli, Chris Squire, Paul Stacey, Gerard Johnson
  3. Reach Outro – Steve Nardelli, Chris Squire, Paul Stacey, Gerard Johnson
  4. Cathedral of Love – Steve Nardelli, Chris Squire, Gerard Johnson, Hamish Brewer
  5. City of Dreams – Steve Nardelli, Chris Squire
  6. Golden Age – Steve Nardelli, Chris Squire
  7. The Promise – Steve Nardelli, Chris Squire, Paul Stacey, Gerard Johnson

 

On June 22, 2011.

On June 22, 2011, “Frontiers Records” label released “Fly from Here”, the twentieth Yes studio album. It was recorded October 2010 – February 2011, and was produced by Trevor Horn.

Personnel:

  • Benoît David– lead vocals
  • Trevor Horn– backing vocals, additional keyboards, additional acoustic guitar
  • Steve Howe– guitars, lead, backing vocals and co-lead vocals
  • Chris Squire– bass guitar, lead and backing vocals
  • Geoff Downes– keyboards
  • Alan White– drums
  • Oliver Wakeman– additional keyboards
  • Luís Jardim– percussion
  • Gerard Johnson– piano
  • Tim Weidner– mixing, engineering
  • John Davis – mastering
  • Patrick MacDougall – additional engineering
  • Mark Lewis – additional engineering
  • Graham Archer – additional engineering
  • Simon Bloor – assistant engineer
  • Andy Hughes – assistant engineer
  • Edd Hartwell – assistant engineer
  • Brad Brooks – assistant engineer
  • Curtis Schwartz – engineering
  • Steve Howe – engineering
  • Rob Shanahan – photographs
  • Roger Dean– paintings, font, Yes logos
  • Giulio Cataldo – booklet design

Track listing:

  1. Fly from Here– Overture – Trevor Horn, Geoff Downes
  2. Fly from Here, Part I: We Can Fly – Trevor Horn, Geoff Downes, Chris Squire
  3. Fly from Here, Part II: Sad Night at the Airfield – Trevor Horn, Geoff Downes
  4. Fly from Here, Part III: Madman at the Screens – Trevor Horn, Geoff Downes
  5. Fly from Here, Part IV: Bumpy Ride – Steve Howe
  6. Fly from Here, Part V: We Can Fly (Reprise) – Trevor Horn, Geoff Downes, Chris Squire
  7. The Man You Always Wanted Me to Be – Chris Squire, Gerard Johnson, Simon Sessier
  8. Life on a Film Set – Trevor Horn, Geoff Downes
  9. Hour of Need – Steve Howe
  10. Solitaire – Steve Howe
  11. Into the Storm – Chris Squire, Oliver Wakeman, Steve Howe, Benoit David, Alan White

On October 30, 2008.

On October 30, 2008, “Wolfwork” label released “Out of the Tunnel’s Mouth”, the 20th Steve Hackett studio album. It was recorded 2008 – 2009, and was produced by Steve Hackett and Roger King.

Personnel:

  • Steve Hackett – vocals, guitars
  • Roger King – keyboards, programming
  • Nick Beggs– bass guitar, Chapman stick
  • Dick Driver – double bass
  • John Hackett– flute
  • Lauren King, Jo Lehmann – backing vocals
  • Ferenc Kovacs – violin
  • Amanda Lehmann – vocals
  • Anthony Phillips– 12 string guitar
  • Chris Squire– bass guitar
  • Christine Townsend – violin, viola
  • Rob Townsend – soprano sax
  • Egerhazi Attila, Barabas Tamas, Kovacs Ferenc, Kovacs Zoltan, Banai Szilard, Steve Hackett, Jo Lehmann – anklung

Track listing:

  1. Fire on the Moon – Steve Hackett
  2. Nomads – Steve Hackett, Jo Lehmann
  3. Emerald and Ash – Steve Hackett, Roger King
  4. Tubehead – Steve Hackett, Roger King
  5. Sleepers – Steve Hackett, Nick Clabburn, RogerKing, Jo Lehmann
  6. Ghost in the Glass – Steve Hackett, Roger King
  7. Still Waters – Steve Hackett, Jo Lehmann
  8. Last Train to Istanbul – Steve Hackett, Roger King, Jo Lehmann

On October 17, 1994.

On October 17, 1994, “EMI” label released “Change We Must”, the seventh Jon Anderson album. It was recorded 1993 – 1994, and was produced by Jon Anderson and Tim Handley.

Personnel:

  • Jon Anderson – vocals, orchestrations
  • Matt Clifford – keyboards, orchestration
  • Opio Singers Choir
  • Nick Ingram – orchestration
  • Ian Thomas – drums
  • Milton McDonald – guitar
  • Steve Pearce – bass
  • Toby Alington – synthesizers
  • Gwendolyn Mok – piano
  • Geoffrey Alexander – orchestration
  • Sandrine Piau – vocals
  • Tim Handley – orchestration
  • Jade Anderson– vocals
  • Christopher Warren-Green, Rosie Furness, Roger Chase, Steve Trees, Jonathan Williams – string quartet
  • Skalia Kanga – harp
  • Nadya – Sun Chant

Track listing:

  1. State of Independence – Jon Anderson, Vangelis
  2. Shaker Loops – lyrics by Jon Anderson, music by John Adams
  3. Hearts – Chris Squire, Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin
  4. Alive & Well – David Tolley, Jon Anderson
  5. The Kiss – Jon Anderson, Vangelis
  6. Chagall Duet – Jon Anderson
  7. Run On, Jon – David Tolley, Jon Anderson
  8. Candle Song – Jon Anderson, Vangelis
  9. A View from the Coppice – David Tolley, Jon Anderson
  10. Hurry Home – Jon Anderson
  11. Under the Sun – Jon Anderson
  12. Change We Must – Jon Anderson, Vangelis