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  1. The More We Live - Let Go Written-By – Chris Squire: Angkor Wat Bass – Tony Levin Vocals, Performer [Instruments] – Bill Bruford, Steve Howe Written-By, Vocals, Performer [Instruments] – Rick Wakeman Written-By, Vocals, Performer [Instruments], Producer [Associate] – Jon Anderson:
  2. Oct 14,  · The More We Live - Let Go Co-producer – Billy Sherwood Engineer – Billy Sherwood, Eddy Offord Mixed By – Eddy Offord Producer – Eddy Offord Vocals, Instruments – Alan White, Chris Squire, Jon Anderson, Tony Kaye, Trevor Rabin Written-By – /5(92).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Union on Discogs. Label: Arista - • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Rock • /5(45).
  4. This CD is generally reviled by most die-hard Yes fans, and even the band members themselves (most notably Steve Howe) have slammed this album. I strongly disagree. I REALLY like this CD, and the songs penned by Rabin (Saving My Heart, Life Me Up, Miracle of Life, and one other I can't recall), are among the strongest songs on the CD/5().
  5. The More We Live - Let Go 10 Angkor Wat 11 I'm a big fan of Rabin's tenure in Yes. So I love this CD. But musical tastes being what they are (and since this is the one Yes album NOT available on iTunes), I'd steer clear of it if you didn't like what Rabin did to Yes. the only thing i found on music sites have been in all /5().
  6. The More We Live - Let Go Written By – Billy Sherwood, Chris Squire: B4: Angkor Wat Written By – Jon Anderson, Jonathan Elias, Rick Wakeman: B5: Dangerous (Look In The Light Of What You're Searching For) Written By – Jon Anderson, Jonathan Elias: B6: Holding On Written By – Jon Anderson, Jonathan Elias, Steve Howe: 5.
  7. Union is the thirteenth studio album released in It was so called because it brought together the previous Yes album’s lineup (Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Trevor Rabin, Alan White, Tony Kaye) and the then ex-Yes members group Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe (Jon Anderson, Bill Bruford, Rick Wakeman, and Steve Howe).
  8. "The More We Live – Let Go" is the first song that Squire and Billy Sherwood wrote together. Sherwood and s Yes producer Eddy Offord wanted Squire to re-record the bass parts that Sherwood had played on the demo, but Squire felt that Sherwood's playing suited the song well and insisted it be kept.
  9. With the exception of Peter Banks and Trevor Horn, virtually all the major contributors to Yes in its various incarnations over the previous 23 years, including both of its drummers, threw their hands into the making of Union, which was supported by a massive tour that filled arenas with at least two generations of rectgissacorkasanc.ooklaysoncherifalloferchewertestthros.co even if Union had been as good as one hoped, this was an album that.

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