Yes Top 10 Album Covers

Yes Album Covers

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One of the greatest progressive rock bands to come out of the twentieth century. The first Yes album was released in 1969. In 2014, the band released their twenty first studio album entitled, ” Heaven & Earth. In between the studio albums, the band has released over a dozen live albums and many compilations. The majority of the Yes album covers were created by the great artist Roger Dean. These are some of the best covers that were the creations of Mr. Dean with the exceptions of “Big Generator,” and “Going for the One.” If you were a rock fan growing up in the nineteen sixties or seventies, odds are you spent many hours staring at the cover art of the Yes albums. It was a very common experience to sit in your bedroom with the black lights on listening to the music of Yes while staring at images that transcended space and time knowing no boundaries but the ones of the individual imagination.

Yes Top 10 Album Covers

 # 10 – Big Generator

(Released  September 17 1987)

 # 9 – YesSongs

(Released  July 2014 )

# 8 – Going For The One

(Released  July 7 1977 )

# 7 – Drama

(Released August 1980 )

# 6 – Yesterdays

(Released February 28, 1975)

# 5 – Heaven & Earth

(Released  July 2014 )

 # 4 – Close To The Edge

(Released September 1972)

# 3 -Tales from Topographic Oceans

(Released January 1974)

# 2 – Relayer

(Released December 1974 )

# 1- Fragile

(Released January 1972 )

 


 

Yes Studio Albums

  • Yes – 1969
  • Time And A Word – 1970
  • The Yes Album – 1971
  • Fragile – 1971
  • Close To The Edge – 1972
  • Tales From Topographic Oceans – 1973
  • Relayer – 1974
  • Going For The One – 1977
  • Tormato – 1979
  • Drama – 1980
  • 90125 – 1983
  • Big Generator – 1987
  • Union – 1991
  • Talk – 1994
  • Keys To Ascension – 1996
  • Keys To Ascension 2 – 1997
  • Open Your Eyes – 1997
  • The Ladder – 1999
  • Magnification – 2001
  • Fly from Here – 2011

Yes Live Albums

  • Yessongs – 1973
  • Yesshows – 1980
  • 9012Live: The Solos – 1985
  • Keys To Ascension – 1996
  • Keys To Ascension 2 – 1997
  • House Of Yes: Live From House Of Blues – 2000
  • Live At Montreux 2003 – 2007
  • Symphonic Live – 2009

Yes Hits packages and more

  • Yesterdays – 1975
  • 2 Originals Of Yes – 1976
  • Classic Yes – 1981
  • Yesstory – 1992
  • Affirmative: The Yes Solo Family Album – 1993
  • Highlights: The Very Best Of Yes – 1993
  • Symphonic Music Of Yes – 1993
  • Yes Active – 1994
  • Tales From Yesterday – 1995
  • Something’s Coming: The BBC Recordings 1969-1970 – 1997
  • Keys To Ascension Volumes 1 And 2 – 1998
  • Yes, Friends And Relatives – 1998
  • Astral Traveller – 1999
  • Yes, Friends And Relatives Vol. 2 – 2000
  • The Masterworks – 2000
  • The Best Of Yes – 2000
  • Sweet Dreams – 2000
  • Keystudio – 2001
  • Yes-Today – 2002
  • Roundabout: The Best Of Yes Live – 2003
  • The Ultimate Yes: 35th Anniversary Collection – 2003
  • YesFamily – Owner Of A Lonely Heart – 2004
  • Topography – 2004
  • The Solid Gold Collection – 2005
  • The Definitive Rock Collection – 2007

All Yes Album Covers are direct Amazon links and artwork is hosted on Amazon servers.

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