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  1. Jura Reply
    4-CD box set, featuring studio and live recordings along with previously unreleased material and BBC session tracks. Includes a page illustrated color booklet with a history of the band and a fold-out family tree by Pete Frame, housed in a 12" square picture box.
  2. Malagami Reply
    History. The core of "Hold On" was written by Yes guitarist Trevor Rabin, prior to his joining the band, as two separate songs: "Hold On" and "Moving In". Once Rabin joined the band, the two songs were combined, with band members Chris Squire and Jon Anderson contributing additional music and lyrics. All three are credited as writers.
  3. Kagatilar Reply
    Opened, but unwatched copy of YesYears. Imported, needs region free DVD player to view in United States. See details - Yes - YesYears (DVD, ) Movie Documentary Region 2 Jon Anderson Trevor Rabin.
  4. Votaxe Reply
    Trevor Rabin, Composer: Deep Blue Sea. Trevor Rabin was born in South Africa in He began playing guitar at the age of 12 after having had piano lessons since he was a toddler. In he formed the band Rabbit becoming the most successful rock act ever to emerge from South Africa. Rabin left Rabbit to pursue a solo career in London and released three solo albums.
  5. Kikazahn Reply
    Don't Look Away from Trevor Rabin's 'Can't Look Away' "Something to Hold Onto" And despite this and Yes having done Rabin's song "Hold On" for their album , ABWH would go on to record a different song called "Holding On," which would end up on Union when they merged with Yes. Clearly, the Yes men had a lot to say about holding on.
  6. Nikogis Reply
    This DVD touches on the last album with Jon Anderson (as of this writing) and right before his departure. Pros: Interview with the now deceased Peter Banks and his interesting thoughts and stories with Yes. Interview with Trevor Horn on Drama and the Rabin-era. Interviews with various people who were involved in the career of Yes. Cons:Reviews:
  7. Mozuru Reply
    Yes Featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Rick Wakeman, variously also known as Anderson, Rabin and Wakeman (ARW), were a progressive rock band founded by former Yes members Jon Anderson (vocals, acoustic guitar), Trevor Rabin (guitar, vocals) and Rick Wakeman (keyboards) in an offshoot of the band. The three had previously worked together in Yes for the – Union Tour.
  8. Malkis Reply
    Plus, Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Peter Banks, Alan White, Steve Howe, Patrick Moraz, Tony Kaye, Geoff Downes, and Trevor Rabin, all have something to say or have been mentioned about their role with Yes. This is a well-done documentary/5(33).
  9. Kigabar Reply
    Directed by Michael McNamara. With Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Bill Bruford, Tony Kaye. A full-fledged documentary on the Yes band, featuring rare live and video footage, and interviews with the members of /10(23).

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