Thursday, 5 April 2018

Yes “Fly From Here- Return Trip” 2018 new album UK Prog Symphonic


Yes “Fly From Here- Return Trip” 2018 new album UK Prog Symphonic 
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Yes fans will gather together to celebrate the band’s 50th anniversary next month, and among the goodies the group has planned for the convention will be Fly From Here - Return Trip, a limited-edition version of their 2011 album with new lead vocals performed by producer Trevor Horn, who also remixed the record. 
Horn, who also founded the Buggles (the group that recorded “Video Killed the Radio Star”), had previously sung lead for Yes on their 1980 album, Drama. Horn produced the original Fly From Here LP, which included songs he had written for an abandoned Buggles record. 
The 2011 album was the only Yes studio album to feature lead vocals by Benoit David, who took over for Jon Anderson in 2008 after the band’s longtime singer had to bow out of a tour due to respiratory issues. David had previously sung in a Yes tribute band called Close to the Edge. He also appeared on In the Present – Live From Lyon. 
David remained with the group for another year, but then had respiratory issues of his own and was replaced by Jon Davison, who remains the band’s singer. 

The Yes U.K. Fan Convention will take place at the London Palladium on March 24-25, the same days the band will be playing the venue to close out their British tour. In addition to being able to purchase Fly From Here - Return Trip, fans will be able to take a bus tour of London that visits sites crucial to the band’s history, see displays of Yes memorabilia and Roger Dean’s artwork and take part in question-and-answer sessions with special guests, including Dean. 
A portion of the money taken in by the convention will be donated to the Christie Hospital in Manchester and Kangaroos, a charity for special needs and disabled children. You can learn more about the weekend and shows at Yes’ official website. 
2/27 UPDATE: Yes revealed plans to release Fly From Here - Return Trip to the general public after the convention. They’re accepting pre-orders at PledgeMusic, with CDs shipping after the convention and vinyl shipping in June. Blabbermouth has additional details on the project. In addition to new vocals by Horn, other members made new contributions, and there are two new songs. The first, “Don’t Take No for an Answer,” was recorded in 2011 and features lead vocals from Steve Howe, and the second, a full-length version of “Hour of Need,” has previously only been available on the Japanese version of the album. 
“I really enjoyed listening to Alan [White] and Chris [Squire] playing together again,” Horn said in a statement. “Finishing off the album was a labor of love.” 
“It’s quite amazing what Trevor has done with the album and the way it has turned out,” keyboardist Geoff Downes enthused. “It is most refreshing and adds a whole new dimension to the original recordings from 2011. I think the fans will appreciate it as a genuine sequel to the Drama album, and embrace it as a valuable part of our YES50 celebrations.” 
“It is great to have the original Drama lineup playing Fly From Here plus several other songs Trevor had a big part in writing,” Howe added….by…DAVE LIFTON…~

‘Return Trip’ is a 2018 remix and remaster of Fly from Here with new vocals from Trevor Horn throughout, Fly from Here was YES’ twentieth studio album. Their first studio album since Magnification (2001). The ‘Fly From Here lineup’ of David, Downes, bassist Chris Squire, guitarist Steve Howe and drummer Alan White was produced by Trevor Horn, who was the singer on Drama, and who had previously produced 90125 (1983) and a few tracks on Big Generator (1987). 

The album originated from a conversation between producer Trevor Horn and YES bassist Chris Squire, who re-discovered the song ‘Fly From Here’ from the ‘Drama’ sessions and realized that it had never been recorded in a studio. “Chris and I were talking one evening about the song ‘Fly From Here’ that we never recorded,” explained Horn. “I said I was prepared to spend two weeks with YES recording that song. When I arrived in America to record it, I was taken prisoner by the band and only allowed my freedom again in return for producing the whole album. It was an offer I couldn’t refuse!” 

The first recording sessions took place between October 3 – November 12, 2010 at SARM West Coast Studios in Los Angeles, before resuming in the first week of January 2011. 
Artist Roger Dean, whose dreamy, other-worldly scenes have adorned many YES album covers, linked up with the band again for ‘Fly From Here’. His design for the cover was a painting he started in 1970 that had remained uncompleted. 
‘Fly From Here – Return Flight’ features a re-imagined work by Roger Dean as it’s cover…..~

Yes have announced that they will release a brand-new mix of their album “Fly From Here”, featuring the Drama line-up and new lead vocals by Trevor Horn, to coincide with their 50th Anniversary celebrations. 
Entitled “Fly From Here - Return Trip” the new version of the album is set to be released on March 25th. We were sent the following details about the special release: 
The original 2011 release of Fly From Here featured the band members who appeared on Drama: Chris Squire, Steve Howe, Alan White, Geoff Downes, plus Benoit David on lead vocals with Trevor Horn in the role of Producer. 
The addition of Trevor’s lead vocals has produced a genuine sequel to Drama. Fly From Here - Return Trip was developed as a labour of love for all involved and the new vocals were recorded over the last two years amidst other commitments. Trevor began re-recording the lead vocals the day after he guested with YES at the Royal Albert Hall in 2016 and within 24 hours the rest of the band had joined him at his studio. Additional overdubs by other members have also been added. 
In addition to remixing parts of the album, Trevor has added personal liner notes and the sleeve design features the painting by Roger Dean originally used on the inside of the 2011 edition. 
Trevor Horn says: “I really enjoyed listening to Alan and Chris playing together again. Finishing off the album was a labour of love.” 
Fly From Here - Return Trip also contains a previously unreleased song, “Don’t Take No for an Answer” recorded in 2011, with Steve Howe on lead vocals. Additionally, the full-length version of “Hour of Need” is included. This has previously only been included as a Japanese bonus track. 

“It is great to have the original Drama line up playing Fly From Here plus several other songs Trevor had a big part in writing.” Comments Steve Howe. 
Geoff Downes adds: “It’s quite amazing what Trevor has done with the album and the way it has turned out. It is most refreshing and adds a whole new dimension to the original recordings from 2011. I think the fans will appreciate it as a genuine sequel to the Drama album, and embrace it as a valuable part of our YES50 celebrations.”……~

‘Return Trip’ is a 2018 remix and remaster of Fly from Here with new vocals from Trevor Horn throughout, Fly from Here was YES’ twentieth studio album. Their first studio album since Magnification (2001). The ‘Fly From Here lineup’ of David, Downes, bassist Chris Squire, guitarist Steve Howe and drummer Alan White was produced by Trevor Horn, who was the singer on Drama, and who had previously produced 90125 (1983) and a few tracks on Big Generator (1987). 
The album originated from a conversation between producer Trevor Horn and YES bassist Chris Squire, who re-discovered the song ‘Fly From Here’ from the ‘Drama’ sessions and realized that it had never been recorded in a studio. “Chris and I were talking one evening about the song ‘Fly From Here’ that we never recorded,” explained Horn. “I said I was prepared to spend two weeks with YES recording that song. When I arrived in America to record it, I was taken prisoner by the band and only allowed my freedom again in return for producing the whole album. It was an offer I couldn’t refuse!” 
The first recording sessions took place between October 3 – November 12, 2010 at SARM West Coast Studios in Los Angeles, before resuming in the first week of January 2011. 
Artist Roger Dean, whose dreamy, other-worldly scenes have adorned many YES album covers, linked up with the band again for ‘Fly From Here’. His design for the cover was a painting he started in 1970 that had remained uncompleted.


Line-up / Musicians 
- Trevor Horn / lead vocals 
- Steve Howe / guitars, lead (9) & backing vocals 
- Geoff Downes / keyboards 
- Chris Squire (R.I.P.) / bass guitar, lead (7) & backing vocals 
- Alan White / drums

Track Listing 
1. “Fly From Here - Overture” 
2. “Fly From Here Pt 1 - We Can Fly” 
3. “Fly From Here Pt 2 - Sad Night at the Airfield” 
4. “Fly From Here Pt 3 - Madman at the Screens” 
5. “Fly From Here Pt 4 - Bumpy Ride” 
6. “Fly From Here Pt 5 - We Can Fly (Reprise)” 
7. “The Man You Always Wanted Me to Be” 
8. “Life on a Film Set” 
9. “Hour of Need” 
10. “Solitaire” 
11. “Don’t Take No for An Answer” 
12. “Into the Storm


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