Yes - Going for the One (Picture Disc)
Yes - Going for the One (Picture Disc)
Yes - Going for the One (Picture Disc)
Yes - Going for the One (Picture Disc)
Yes - Going for the One (Picture Disc)
Yes - Going for the One (Picture Disc)

Yes - Going for the One (Picture Disc)

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Vocals – Chris Squire, Jon Anderson, Steve Howe (A1, A3, B1, B2)

Chorus – Richard Williams Singers (B2)

Acoustic Guitar – Steve Howe (A2, B2)

Electric Guitar – Steve Howe (A2-3, B1-B2)

Guitar [Vachalia] – Steve Howe (B1)

Bass Guitar – Chris Squire (A1)

Steel Guitar – Steve Howe (A1)

Drums – Alan White (A1, A3, B1, B2)

Harp – Jon Anderson (B2)

Organ [Church] – Rick Wakeman (A3, B2)

Pedal Steel Guitar – Steve Howe (B2)

Percussion – Alan White (A3, B1), Alan White (A2, B2)

Piano – Rick Wakeman (A1, A2)

Keyboards – Rick Wakeman (A1, A2, B2)

Synthesizer [Polymoog] – Rick Wakeman (B1)

Arranged by Yes

 

1LP, Transparent standard sleeve

Limited edition

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : unspecified

Record color : Picture

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : unspecified

Label : Atlantic

Original label : Atlantic

Recorded on October 1976–April 1977 at Mountain Studios, Montreux, Switzerland

Engineered by John Timperley

Executive Producer – Brian Lane

Produced by Yes

Originaly released in 1977

Reissued in 2017 (first time as a picture disc)

 

Tracks :

Side A :

  1. Going For The One
  2. Turn Of The Century
  3. Parallels

Side 2:

  1. Wonderous Stories
  2. Awaken

 

Reviews :

“Going for the One is perhaps the most overlooked item in the Yes catalog. It marked Rick Wakeman's return to the band after a three-year absence, and also a return to shorter song forms after the experimentalism of Close to the Edge, Tales from Topographic Oceans, and Relayer. In many ways, this disc could be seen as the follow-up to Fragile. Its five tracks still retain mystical, abstract lyrical images, and the music is grand and melodic, the vocal harmonies perfectly balanced by the stinging guitar work of Steve Howe, Wakeman's keyboards, and the solid rhythms of Alan White and Chris Squire. The title track features Howe on steel guitar (he's the only prog rocker who bothers with the instrument). "Turn of the Century" and the album's single, "Wonderous Stories," are lovely ballads the way only Yes can do them. "Parallels" is the album's big, pompous song, so well done that in later years the band opened concerts with it. Wakeman's stately church organ, recorded at St. Martin's Church, Vevey, Switzerland, sets the tone for this "Roundabout"-ish track. The concluding "Awaken" is the album's nod to the extended suite. Again, the lyrics are spacy in the extreme, but Jon Anderson and Squire are dead-on vocally, and the addition of Anderson's harp and White's tuned percussion round out this evocative track.” AllMusic Review by Ross Boissoneau

 

Ratings :

AllMusic : 3 / 5 , Discogs : 4.03 / 5

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