Yes on Today’s Vault – Back to the 1983 Comeback Days
The early 80’s seemed an unlikely period for dinosaur art rockers Yes to do anything, let alone have a wildly successful album and tour. But, truth is stranger than fiction isn’t it? “90125” was released in 1983 and became one of the bands biggest albums. Shorter songs, big commercial melodies, a more contemporary guitar player in Trevor Rabin and an eye for the future, all worked together seamlessly. “Owner of a Lonely Heart” is still played nearly daily on classic rock radio, and most of the album got airplay upon it’s release. You may recall today’s track “Hold On” as being one of those. Out of town? Listen live on-line.