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Performer: Yes
Title: Talk Of The Ancients
Style: Prog Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.1 ✦
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Talk is the fourteenth studio album by the English progressive rock band Yes, released on 21 March 1994 by Victory Music. Recording began in late 1992 with the line-up of Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Chris Squire, Alan White and Tony Kaye. Keyboardist Rick Wakeman was to be involved in the project before contractual problems led to his withdrawal. The album was recorded onto hard disk at Rabin's home studio using an early version of the digital audio workstation software Digital Performer.

Talk is the fourteenth studio album by the English rock band Yes, released on 21 March 1994 by Victory Music, an independent label founded by former Atlantic Records vice president Phil Carson. Recording began in late 1992 with the line-up of Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Chris Squire, Alan White, and Tony Kaye. Initially, keyboardist Rick Wakeman was involved in the project before contractual problems led to his departure. Where Will You Be" is a song written by Rabin, originally as the signature tune to an Australian film. He thought Anderson's lyrics were some of the best on Talk. An instrumental version can be found on Rabin's 90124 demo album. Endless Dream" is a fifteen-minute track divided into three parts-"Silent Spring", "Talk", and "Endless Dream".

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Genre: Progressive Rock. This just does not live up to Yes standards at ALL, and once again, it’s a bit too much pop and no punch here. you could go worse, I guess. Talk’s not terrible, but it’s not that good, either.

Band Name Yes. Album Name Talk.

After Yes returned to the 90125 lineup of Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Chris Squire, Tony Kaye and Alan White, they recorded Talk, the first new Yes album since the debacle of Union. There's a new label (yet again) and a new logo (a colorfully blobby thing by Peter Ma. The nice thing is that there's a new attitude powering the band, and a few surprises hidden away in the songs

Tracklist

1-1 Intro ~ Perpetual Change 7:00
1-2 The Calling 6:47
1-3 I Am Waiting 7:54
1-4 Rhythm Of Love 7:03
1-5 Hearts 10:01
1-6 Real Love 10:26
1-7 Changes 9:13
1-8 Heart Of The Sunrise 12:11
2-1 Make It Easy ~ Owner Of A Lonely Heart 8:16
2-2 Rabin Piano Solo ~ And You And I 14:19
2-3 Where Will You Be 7:15
2-4 I've Seen All Good People 7:15
2-5 Walls 5:53
2-6 Endless Dream 19:44
2-7 Roundabout 5:46

Credits

  • Bass – Chris Squire
  • Drums – Alan White
  • Guitar – Billy Sherwood, Trevor Rabin
  • Keyboards – Tony Kaye
  • Vocals – Jon Anderson

Notes

Little Rock, Arkansas Riverfest Amphitheater, 17 August 1994