Keys to Ascension is the fourth live and fifteenth studio album by the English rock band Yes. It was released as a double album in October 1996 on Essential Records. It features the return of the Tales from Topographic Oceans-era lineup of Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Steve Howe, Rick Wakeman and Alan White for the first time since 1978's Tormato
Keys to Ascension 2 is the fifth live and sixteenth studio album by the English progressive rock band Yes. It was released as a double album in November 1997 by Essential Records as the successor to the previous live/studio album Keys to Ascension. After guitarist Steve Howe and keyboardist Rick Wakeman returned to the band in 1995, the group relocated to San Luis Obispo, California and started to write new material.
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Keys to Ascension 2 is the fifth live album and sixteenth studio album by the English rock band Yes, released as a double album in November 1997 by Essential Records. It is the successor to the critically acclaimed Keys to Ascension 2-CD set from 1996. It is the fifth and the last studio album with the line-up consisting of Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Alan White, Steve Howe and Rick Wakeman the first being 1973's Tales From Topographic Oceans. The album reached No. 62 in the UK. Contents. Like the first seven tracks on the previous album, the first six tracks on Keys to Ascension 2 were recorded live in San Luis Obispo, California in March 1996. The second disc features studio recordings made in November 1996. Rick Wakeman wanted these studio tracks to be released with Jon Anderson's working title Know, with the disc of live tracks thrown in as a bonus.
Keys to Ascension 2 is a music live recording by YES (Symphonic Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1997 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. In this album, the live songs are good, but not better than in the "Keys to Ascension" album. Again, there are very good recordings and mixings, but with some studio overdubs. I�ve seen all good people" has very good vocals, but in the "a capella" vocals of the end of the song Alan White played some extra drums which don& sound very good to me.
Title: Keys To Ascension Artist: Yes Type: Live Album Released: October 28th, 1996 Recorded: Autumn 1995 - Spring 1996 Length: 1:56:12 Label: Essential Records Producer: Yes. Keys To Ascension is a double album by Yes and was released in 1996. The last time Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Steve Howe, Rick Wakeman and Alan White had worked together on officially released studio recordings was 1978's Tormato.
Keys to Ascension is the fourth live and fifteenth studio album by the English rock band Yes. After guitarist Steve Howe and keyboardist Rick Wakeman returned to the band in mid-1995, the group relocated to Anderson’s hometown of San Luis Obispo, California and started writing and rehearsing for a new studio album. Yes supported the album with a media tour which included live performances at record stores and television and radio appearances, and a same-titled home video of the concerts. After further studio tracks were completed in 1996 and 1997, these and the second half of the 1996 live set was released on the follow-up album, Keys to Ascension 2 (1997).
While the live material is rendered well, it's dispiriting that two of Yes' three live albums of the '90s rehash material adequately covered in Yessongs and Yesshows. While the appearance of Steve Howe's classical guitar on the lovely "Turn of the Century" is a pleasant surprise, the rest of the live album is nothing that you haven't heard before. The studio disc, at least, is a welcome return to form for the band.