Complete List Of Yes Studio Albums And Songs

Yes Albums

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This Complete List Of  Yes Studio Albums And Songs presents the full discography of Yes studio albums. The band Yes was first formed in 1968. The group Yes hails from the area of  London, England. All these brilliant Yes albums have been presented below in chronological order. We have also included all original release dates with each Yes album as well as all original Yes album covers. Every Yes album listed below showcases the entire Yes album tracklisting.

YES STUDIO ALBUMS

Yes

Released July 25, 1969

Yes’ self-titled debut album was released in the summer of 1969 and marked the beginning of the band’s progressive rock journey. The record is characterized by a mixture of original compositions and cover songs. It didn’t reach the level of commercial success that the band’s later albums achieved but is still a crucial starting point in their discography.

The album featured Jon Anderson on vocals, Peter Banks on guitar, Chris Squire on bass, Tony Kaye on keyboards, and Bill Bruford on drums. The album was produced by Paul Clay and Yes. It was released on Atlantic Records. The album was recorded at Advision Studios, in London, in the spring of 1969.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Beyond and Before” – 4:55
  2. “I See You” – 6:33
  3. “Yesterday and Today” – 2:37
  4. “Looking Around” – 3:49
  5. “Harold Land” – 5:26
  6. “Every Little Thing” – 5:24
  7. “Sweetness” – 4:19
  8. “Survival” – 6:01

Time and a Word

Released July 24, 1970

The band’s second album, “Time and a Word,” continued to explore progressive and symphonic rock but also introduced orchestral arrangements. It garnered moderate success but is often overlooked in favor of the band’s subsequent releases.

The album featured Jon Anderson on vocals, Peter Banks on guitar, Chris Squire on bass, Tony Kaye on keyboards, and Bill Bruford on drums. The album was produced by Tony Colton. It was released on Atlantic Records. The album was recorded at Advision Studios, in London, in early 1970.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “No Opportunity Necessary, No Experience Needed” – 4:47
  2. “Then” – 5:42
  3. “Everydays” – 6:08
  4. “Sweet Dreams” – 3:49
  5. “The Prophet” – 6:32
  6. “Clear Days” – 2:04
  7. “Astral Traveller” – 5:53
  8. “Time and a Word” – 4:06

The Yes Album

Released February 19, 1971

“The Yes Album” was the third studio album and marked a significant turn in the band’s career. With new guitarist Steve Howe replacing Peter Banks, the album moved towards a more definitive progressive rock sound. It was also the first Yes album to hit the UK Top 10 and U.S. Top 40 charts.

The album featured Jon Anderson on vocals, Steve Howe on guitar, Chris Squire on bass, Tony Kaye on keyboards, and Bill Bruford on drums. The album was produced by Yes and Eddie Offord. It was released on Atlantic Records. The album was recorded at Advision Studios, in London, in late 1970.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “The Clap” – 3:07
  2. “Starship Trooper” – 9:25
  3. “I’ve Seen All Good People” – 6:47
  4. “A Venture” – 3:13
  5. “Perpetual Change” – 8:50

Fragile

Released November 26, 1971

“Fragile” was Yes’ fourth studio album and introduced keyboardist Rick Wakeman, who replaced Tony Kaye. The album was a commercial success, hitting the Top 10 in both the UK and U.S. It included one of the band’s biggest hits, “Roundabout.”

The album featured Jon Anderson on vocals, Steve Howe on guitar, Chris Squire on bass, Rick Wakeman on keyboards, and Bill Bruford on drums. The album was produced by Yes and Eddie Offord. It was released on Atlantic Records. The album was recorded at Advision Studios, in London, in September 1971.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Roundabout” – 8:29
  2. “Cans and Brahms” – 1:35
  3. “We Have Heaven” – 1:30
  4. “South Side of the Sky” – 7:58
  5. “Five Per Cent for Nothing” – 0:35
  6. “Long Distance Runaround” – 3:30
  7. “The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus)” – 2:35
  8. “Mood for a Day” – 2:57
  9. “Heart of the Sunrise” – 10:31

Close to the Edge

Released September 13, 1972

The album “Close to the Edge” is often cited as one of the greatest progressive rock albums ever made. It consists of just three long tracks and is known for its complex instrumental arrangements, mystical lyrics, and innovative production techniques. The album reached No. 3 in the UK and No. 4 in the US charts.

The album featured Jon Anderson on vocals, Steve Howe on guitar, Chris Squire on bass, Rick Wakeman on keyboards, and Bill Bruford on drums. The album was produced by Yes and Eddie Offord. It was released on Atlantic Records. The album was recorded at Advision Studios, in London, between April and June 1972.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Close to the Edge” – 18:43
  2. “And You and I” – 10:09
  3. “Siberian Khatru” – 8:55

Tales from Topographic Oceans

Released December 7, 1973

“Tales from Topographic Oceans” is a double album that was inspired by ancient Hindu scriptures. Its conceptual and musical depth divided both critics and fans, but it was commercially successful, reaching No. 1 in the UK and No. 6 in the US.

The album featured Jon Anderson on vocals, Steve Howe on guitar, Chris Squire on bass, Rick Wakeman on keyboards, and Alan White on drums. The album was produced by Yes and Eddie Offord. It was released on Atlantic Records. The album was recorded at Morgan Studios, in London, between August and October 1973.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “The Revealing Science of God (Dance of the Dawn)” – 20:25
  2. “The Remembering (High the Memory)” – 20:38
  3. “The Ancient (Giants Under the Sun)” – 18:35
  4. “Ritual (Nous sommes du soleil)” – 21:37

Relayer

Released November 28, 1974

The album “Relayer” saw Yes exploring the jazz fusion landscape, inspired by the temporary inclusion of keyboardist Patrick Moraz. Despite its experimental approach, the album reached No. 4 in the UK and No. 5 in the US.

The album featured Jon Anderson on vocals, Steve Howe on guitar, Chris Squire on bass, Patrick Moraz on keyboards, and Alan White on drums. The album was produced by Yes and Eddie Offord. It was released on Atlantic Records. The album was recorded at Squire’s home studio, in Virginia Water, Surrey, between August and October 1974.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “The Gates of Delirium” – 21:55
  2. “Sound Chaser” – 9:25
  3. “To Be Over” – 9:08

Going for the One

Released July 15, 1977

Returning to a more accessible format, “Going for the One” was a commercial and critical success. The album reached No. 1 in the UK and No. 8 in the US and featured the hit single “Wonderous Stories.”

The album featured Jon Anderson on vocals, Steve Howe on guitar, Chris Squire on bass, Rick Wakeman on keyboards, and Alan White on drums. The album was produced by Yes and Eddie Offord. It was released on Atlantic Records. The album was recorded at Mountain Studios, in Montreux, Switzerland, between February and April 1977.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Going for the One” – 5:30
  2. “Turn of the Century” – 7:58
  3. “Parallels” – 5:52
  4. “Wonderous Stories” – 3:45
  5. “Awaken” – 15:31

Tormato

Released September 22, 1978

“Tormato” was met with mixed reviews upon its release but still managed to achieve commercial success. The album is known for its variety of styles, ranging from prog-rock to pop. It reached No. 8 in the UK and No. 10 in the US.

The album featured Jon Anderson on vocals, Steve Howe on guitar, Chris Squire on bass, Rick Wakeman on keyboards, and Alan White on drums. The album was produced by Yes. It was released on Atlantic Records. The album was recorded at Advision Studios, in London, between late 1977 and early 1978.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Future Times / Rejoice” – 6:46
  2. “Don’t Kill the Whale” – 3:55
  3. “Madrigal” – 2:21
  4. “Release, Release” – 5:44
  5. “Arriving UFO” – 6:02
  6. “Circus of Heaven” – 4:30
  7. “Onward” – 4:01
  8. “On the Silent Wings of Freedom” – 7:45

Drama

Released August 18, 1980

“Drama” marked a significant change in the band’s lineup, with Trevor Horn and Geoff Downes replacing Jon Anderson and Rick Wakeman, respectively. The album was more rock-oriented and was met with divided opinions. It reached No. 2 in the UK and No. 18 in the US.

The album featured Trevor Horn on vocals, Steve Howe on guitar, Chris Squire on bass, Geoff Downes on keyboards, and Alan White on drums. The album was produced by Yes and Eddie Offord. It was released on Atlantic Records. The album was recorded at Townhouse Studios, in London, between April and June 1980.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Machine Messiah” – 10:27
  2. “White Car” – 1:21
  3. “Does It Really Happen?” – 6:34
  4. “Into the Lens” – 8:31
  5. “Run Through the Light” – 4:43
  6. “Tempus Fugit” – 5:15

90125

Released November 7, 1983

The album “90125” saw the return of a more commercial orientation, blending progressive elements with mainstream rock. The album was a commercial success, reaching No. 16 in the UK and No. 5 in the US. It included the hit single “Owner of a Lonely Heart.”

The album featured Jon Anderson on vocals, Trevor Rabin on guitar, Chris Squire on bass, Tony Kaye on keyboards, and Alan White on drums. The album was produced by Trevor Horn. It was released on Atco Records. The album was recorded at SARM Studios, in London, between 1982 and 1983.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Owner of a Lonely Heart” – 4:27
  2. “Hold On” – 5:15
  3. “It Can Happen” – 5:29
  4. “Changes” – 6:16
  5. “Cinema” – 2:09
  6. “Leave It” – 4:10
  7. “Our Song” – 4:16
  8. “City of Love” – 4:48
  9. “Hearts” – 7:34

Big Generator

Released September 21, 1987

Continuing the commercial orientation from “90125,” “Big Generator” received mixed reviews but was commercially successful, reaching No. 17 in the UK and No. 15 in the US.

The album featured Jon Anderson on vocals, Trevor Rabin on guitar, Chris Squire on bass, Tony Kaye on keyboards, and Alan White on drums. The album was produced by Trevor Rabin, Trevor Horn, and Paul DeVilliers. It was released on Atco Records. The album was recorded at various locations, including Los Angeles, Italy, and London, between 1985 and 1987.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Rhythm of Love” – 4:48
  2. “Big Generator” – 4:29
  3. “Shoot High, Aim Low” – 7:00
  4. “Almost Like Love” – 4:58
  5. “Love Will Find a Way” – 4:49
  6. “Final Eyes” – 6:25
  7. “I’m Running” – 7:34
  8. “Holy Lamb (Song for Harmonic Convergence)” – 3:20

Union

Released April 30, 1991

“Union” was a project that brought together various past and present members of Yes. The album was met with mixed reviews but performed well commercially, reaching No. 7 in the UK and No. 15 in the US.

The album featured Jon Anderson on vocals, Steve Howe and Trevor Rabin on guitar, Chris Squire and Tony Levin on bass, Rick Wakeman and Tony Kaye on keyboards, and Alan White and Bill Bruford on drums. The album was produced by Jonathan Elias and various others. It was released on Arista Records. The album was recorded at various locations between 1990 and 1991.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “I Would Have Waited Forever” – 6:32
  2. “Shock to the System” – 5:08
  3. “Masquerade” – 2:17
  4. “Lift Me Up” – 6:30
  5. “Without Hope You Cannot Start the Day” – 5:18
  6. “Saving My Heart” – 4:41
  7. “Miracle of Life” – 7:30
  8. “Silent Talking” – 4:00
  9. “The More We Live – Let Go” – 4:34
  10. “Angkor Wat” – 5:23
  11. “Dangerous (Look in the Light of What You’re Searching For)” – 3:36
  12. “Holding On” – 5:24
  13. “Evensong” – 0:52
  14. “Take the Water to the Mountain” – 3:01

Talk

Released March 21, 1994

“Talk” marked another lineup change, focusing on a more modern, streamlined rock sound. Despite the modern approach, the album wasn’t as commercially successful, peaking at No. 20 in the UK and No. 33 in the US.

The album featured Jon Anderson on vocals, Trevor Rabin on guitar, Chris Squire on bass, Tony Kaye on keyboards, and Alan White on drums. The album was produced by Trevor Rabin. It was released on Victory Music. The album was recorded between 1992 and 1993 at Trevor Rabin’s home studio.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “The Calling” – 6:55
  2. “I Am Waiting” – 7:25
  3. “Real Love” – 8:49
  4. “State of Play” – 5:00
  5. “Walls” – 4:57
  6. “Where Will You Be” – 6:09
  7. “Endless Dream: Silent Spring (Instrumental)” – 1:55
  8. “Endless Dream: Talk” – 11:55
  9. “Endless Dream: Endless Dream” – 1:53

Keys to Ascension

Released October 28, 1996

“Keys to Ascension” was a mix of live recordings and new studio tracks, aiming to capture the band’s classic progressive rock sound. The album did not chart significantly but was generally well-received by fans.

The album featured Jon Anderson on vocals, Steve Howe on guitar, Chris Squire on bass, Rick Wakeman on keyboards, and Alan White on drums. The album was produced by Yes. It was released on Essential Records. The album was recorded at San Luis Obispo in 1996.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Siberian Khatru” – 10:16
  2. “The Revealing Science of God” – 20:31
  3. “America” – 10:28
  4. “Onward” – 5:48
  5. “Awaken” – 18:32
  6. “Roundabout” – 8:30
  7. “Starship Trooper” – 13:05

Disc Two
1. “Roundabout” Anderson, Howe 8:30
2. “Starship Trooper”
a. “Life Seeker” (Anderson)
b. “Disillusion” (Squire)
c. “Würm” (Howe)”
Anderson, Squire, Howe 13:05
3. “Be the One”
a. “The One” (Anderson, Squire)
b. “Humankind” (Anderson, Squire)
c. “Skates (Howe)”
Anderson, Squire, Howe 9:50
4. “That, That Is”
a. “Togetherness” (Howe)
b. “Crossfire” (Anderson, Squire)
c. “The Giving Things” (Anderson, Howe)
d. “That Is” (Anderson)
e. “All in All” (Anderson, White)
f. “How Did Heaven Begin” (Anderson, Howe, White)
g. “Agree to Agree (Anderson, Squire)”

Keys to Ascension 2

Released November 3, 1997

“Keys to Ascension 2” continued the format of its predecessor, blending live tracks with new studio recordings. Like the previous volume, it was largely appreciated by fans but did not achieve significant commercial success.

The album featured Jon Anderson on vocals, Steve Howe on guitar, Chris Squire on bass, Rick Wakeman on keyboards, and Alan White on drums. The album was produced by Yes. It was released on Essential Records. The album was recorded at San Luis Obispo in 1996, the same as “Keys to Ascension.”

CD Track Listings:

  1. “I’ve Seen All Good People” – 7:15
  2. “Going for the One” – 4:58
  3. “Time and a Word” – 6:23
  4. “Close to the Edge” – 19:40
  5. “Turn of the Century” – 7:55
  6. “And You and I” – 10:50
  7. “Mind Drive” – 18:37
  8. “Foot Prints” – 9:09
  9. “Bring Me to the Power” – 7:25
  10. “Children of Light” – 6:02
  11. “Sign Language” – 3:29

Open Your Eyes

Released November 25, 1997

“Open Your Eyes” aimed for a more accessible rock sound and received mixed reviews from fans and critics alike. Commercially, it reached No. 151 on the US Billboard 200.

The album featured Jon Anderson on vocals, Steve Howe on guitar, Chris Squire on bass, Billy Sherwood on keyboards and guitar, and Alan White on drums. The album was produced by Yes and Billy Sherwood. It was released on Beyond Music. The album was recorded in 1997 at various locations.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “New State of Mind” – 6:00
  2. “Open Your Eyes” – 5:14
  3. “Universal Garden” – 6:17
  4. “No Way We Can Lose” – 4:56
  5. “Fortune Seller” – 5:00
  6. “Man in the Moon” – 4:41
  7. “Wonderlove” – 6:06
  8. “From the Balcony” – 2:43
  9. “Love Shine” – 4:38
  10. “Somehow…Someday” – 4:47
  11. “The Solution” – 5:25

The Ladder

Released September 20, 1999

“The Ladder” was seen as a return to the band’s classic progressive sound and received generally positive reviews. The album peaked at No. 36 in the UK and No. 99 in the US.

The album featured Jon Anderson on vocals, Steve Howe on guitar, Chris Squire on bass, Billy Sherwood on guitars and keyboards, Igor Khoroshev on keyboards, and Alan White on drums. The album was produced by Bruce Fairbairn. It was released on Beyond Music. The album was recorded between February and June 1999 at Armoury Studios, Vancouver.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Homeworld (The Ladder)” – 9:32
  2. “It Will Be a Good Day (The River)” – 4:53
  3. “Lightning Strikes” – 4:35
  4. “Can I?” – 1:32
  5. “Face to Face” – 5:32
  6. “If Only You Knew” – 5:43
  7. “To Be Alive (Hep Yadda)” – 5:07
  8. “Finally” – 6:02
  9. “The Messenger” – 5:13
  10. “New Language” – 9:19
  11. “Nine Voices (Longwalker)” – 3:20

Magnification

Released December 4, 2001

“Magnification” was unique in that it was the band’s first album in two decades to feature an orchestra, used in place of a keyboardist. The album was well-received and peaked at No. 71 in the UK.

The album featured Jon Anderson on vocals, Steve Howe on guitar, Chris Squire on bass, and Alan White on drums, with the orchestra arranged by Larry Groupe. The album was produced by Tim Weidner and Yes. It was released on Eagle Records. The album was recorded between 2000 and 2001 at various locations.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Magnification” – 7:15
  2. “Spirit of Survival” – 6:02
  3. “Don’t Go” – 4:27
  4. “Give Love Each Day” – 7:44
  5. “Can You Imagine” – 2:58
  6. “We Agree” – 6:30
  7. “Soft as a Dove” – 2:45
  8. “Dreamtime” – 10:45
  9. “In the Presence Of” – 10:24
  10. “Time Is Time” – 2:09

Fly from Here

Released July 1, 2011

“Fly from Here” marked the return of Geoff Downes on keyboards and featured Benoît David as the lead vocalist. The album received generally favorable reviews and reached No. 30 in the UK and No. 36 in the US.

The album featured Benoît David on vocals, Steve Howe on guitar, Chris Squire on bass, Geoff Downes on keyboards, and Alan White on drums. The album was produced by Trevor Horn. It was released on Frontiers Records. The album was recorded in 2010-2011 at SARM West Coast Studio, Los Angeles.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Fly from Here – Overture” – 1:53
  2. “Fly from Here Pt. I – We Can Fly” – 6:00
  3. “Fly from Here Pt. II – Sad Night at the Airfield” – 6:41
  4. “Fly from Here Pt. III – Madman at the Screens” – 5:16
  5. “Fly from Here Pt. IV – Bumpy Ride” – 2:15
  6. “Fly from Here Pt. V – We Can Fly (Reprise)” – 1:44
  7. “The Man You Always Wanted Me to Be” – 5:07
  8. “Life on a Film Set” – 5:01
  9. “Hour of Need” – 3:07
  10. “Solitaire” – 3:30
  11. “Don’t Take No for an Answer” – 4:20
  12. “Into the Storm” – 6:54

Heaven & Earth

Released July 16, 2014

“Heaven & Earth” was the first to feature singer Jon Davison, who brought a fresh but familiar vibe to the band’s sound. Reception was mixed, with critics and fans noting a departure from the band’s traditional progressive style. The album charted at No. 20 in the UK and No. 26 in the US.

The album featured Jon Davison on vocals, Steve Howe on guitar, Chris Squire on bass, Geoff Downes on keyboards, and Alan White on drums. The album was produced by Roy Thomas Baker. It was released on Frontiers Records. The album was recorded between January and March 2014 at Neptune Studios, Los Angeles.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Believe Again” – 8:02
  2. “The Game” – 6:51
  3. “Step Beyond” – 5:34
  4. “To Ascend” – 4:43
  5. “In a World of Our Own” – 5:20
  6. “Light of the Ages” – 7:41
  7. “It Was All We Knew” – 4:13
  8. “Subway Walls” – 9:03

The Quest

Released October 1, 2021

“The Quest” received generally favorable reviews and was heralded as a return to a more classic progressive rock style. It reached No. 56 on the UK Albums Chart and No. 132 on the US Billboard 200.

The album featured Jon Davison on vocals, Steve Howe on guitar, Billy Sherwood on bass, Geoff Downes on keyboards, and Alan White on drums. The album was produced by Steve Howe. It was released on InsideOut Music. The album was recorded in 2020-2021 at various locations.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “The Ice Bridge” – 6:59
  2. “Dare to Know” – 6:00
  3. “Minus the Man” – 5:35
  4. “Leave Well Alone” – 8:06
  5. “The Western Edge” – 4:26
  6. “Future Memories” – 5:08
  7. “Music to My Ears” – 4:41
  8. “A Living Island” – 6:52

Mirror to the Sky

Released May 2023

It’s amazing that in 2023 we are still enjoying the release of new Yes studio albums. The most recent Yes album features Jon Davison on lead vocals, Steve Howe on guitars, Geoff Downes on keyboards, Billy Sherwood on bass, and Jay Schellen on guitar.

CD Track Listings:

1. “Cut from the Stars” – 5:25
2. “All Connected” – 9:02
3. “Luminosity” – 9:04
4. “Living Out Their Dream” – 4:45
5. “Mirror to the Sky” – 13:53
6. “Circles of Time”-  4:59

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