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Performer: Yes
Title: Big Generator
Style: Album Rock,Art Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Prog-Rock
Location: Air Recording Studio, London, England
Duration: 43:14
Released: September 17, 1987
Size MP3 version: 1125 mb
Size FLAC version: 1365 mb
Size WMA version: 1299 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 634
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Genre: Pop Rock

Yes - Big Generator mp3 download


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Big Generator is the twelfth studio album by the English rock band Yes, released on 21 September 1987 by Atco Records.

Shoot High, Aim Low. Исполнитель.

Yes. Released September 21, 1987. Big Generator Tracklist. 1. Rhythm of Love Lyrics. 2. Big Generator Lyrics. 3. Shoot High Aim Low Lyrics. 4. Almost Like Love Lyrics. 5. Love Will Find a Way Lyrics.

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About Big Generator album. Album Big Generator (1987). by Yes. Label ATCO Records. Tony Kaye, Jon Anderson, Alan White, Chris Squire, Trevor Rabin.

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3. Shoot High Aim Low.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Rhythm of Love Jon Anderson / Tony Kaye / Trevor Rabin / Chris Squire Yes 4:48
2 Big Generator Jon Anderson / Tony Kaye / Trevor Rabin / Chris Squire / Alan White Yes 4:33
3 Shoot High Aim Low Jon Anderson / Tony Kaye / Trevor Rabin / Chris Squire / Alan White Yes 7:02
4 Almost Like Love Jon Anderson / Tony Kaye / Trevor Rabin / Chris Squire Yes 4:58
5 Love Will Find a Way Trevor Rabin Yes 4:50
6 Final Eyes Jon Anderson / Tony Kaye / Trevor Rabin / Chris Squire Yes 6:25
7 I'm Running Jon Anderson / Tony Kaye / Trevor Rabin / Chris Squire / Alan White Yes 7:37
8 Holy Lamb (Song for Harmonic Convergence) Jon Anderson Yes 3:20

Credits

Jon Anderson - Composer, Vocals
Stuart Breed - Assistant Engineer
Kim Bullard - Keyboard Programming
Paul DeVilliers - Engineer, Producer
Mike Drake - Assistant Engineer
Spike Drake - Assistant Engineer
Dave Glover - Engineer
Alan Goldberg - Engineer
Allan Goldberg - Engineer
Trevor Horn - Horn, Producer
Jon Jacobs - Engineer
Tony Kaye - Composer, Keyboards
Mike Kloster - Assistant Engineer
Nick Lane - Horn
Julie Last - Assistant Engineer
Stephen Marcussen - Mastering
Paul Massey - Engineer
Dave Meegan - Engineer
Lois Oki - Assistant Engineer
Jim Preziosi - Assistant Engineer
Trevor Rabin - Composer, Engineer, Guitar, Keyboards, Mixing, Producer, String Arrangements, Vocals (Background)
Greg Smith - Horn
Greg "Frosty" Smith - Horn
Brian Soucy - Assistant Engineer
Chris Squire - Composer, Guitar (Bass), Vocals (Background)
Lee Thornberg - Horn
Lee Thornburg - Horn
Alan White - Composer, Drums, Percussion
Yes - Primary Artist, Producer
Jimmy "Z" Zavala - Harmonica, Horn
Fast Lovebird
This album may say YES on it, but take the name away and simply use the name they were going to use before the 90125 smash album, and this would have been "CINEMA - BIG GENERATOR" and removing all comparisons to the Yes of the 1970's and you have a great rock album and a worthy follow up to what would have been "Cinema's" debut in 1983.But then again I am biased as I Produced the album. Trevor Horn left after 10 miserable days in Italy. The project moved to London where is progressed...very slowly. Basically until Trevor Rabin's mansion/home studio could be completed well enough to finish the album there, which it was. You could call this a 3 producer marathon, Horn for the first few meters (he was contracted to be guaranteed Producer credit even if he only showed up a single day. We were hoping he would have stay a bit longer.As for me, Paul DeVilliers did the very long haul, and heavy handed Rabin ensured this would be mixes as we hear to this very day. In spite of my great efforts, to this day feel Trevor Rabin's overlording of the mixes couldn't have been any better and sure was a departure from my previous big budget production of Mr Mister's 'Welcome To The Real World' in spite of the multi-millions more than Big Generator though the album was a commercial success, just not the monster that 90125 was. There are no 'out-takes" or other material achieved from these sessions. Just getting the 8 songs done was laborious enough as it were.The final track, Jon Anderson's solo contribution was originally agreed to be recorded merely to quiet him during the sessions and capitulate to the Rock-Leanings of the album. It was recorded last. However as the production of the recording continued, the song built and built into a wonderful piece.This is the only song which Trevor Rabin contributed nothing music to. The multiple overdubs fell into the hands of the Producer who after continued a close professional relationship with Jon for well over another decade, even helping in a non contractual manner especially when Paul introduced Jon to the California hamlet town own of San Luis Obispo, where DeVilliers was raised and went to college. Resulting in the entire band of Yes relocating there for a three album span. ~Enjoy, there is only one album on the planet like this and thank you to Paul Lani & Lois Oki who without their patience this album just wouldn't have been the same or possibly never seen the light of day..
Sorryyy
I always play this to my friends as the best produced album I have ever heard.Great work Paul!
Funky
Amazing album definitely in my top 10Rythem of love 9/10Big generator 8/10Shoot high aim low 10/10Almost like love 6/10Love will find a way 9/10Final eyes 10/10I'm running 10/10Holy lamb 10/10Total score 8.9/10
Jorad
An album that was difficult to record for a variety of production issues - both audio and personal - Big Generator provided Yes with a couple of U.S top 40 hits but marked the end of their '80s relaunch. Whereas 90125 had managed to retain a healthy amount of their '70s progressive pedigree underneath all of the gloss and sound effects, Big Generator became a simple pop album designed purely for radio and MTV. Obviously the performances are crisp and professional, commercially the album certainly wasn't a disaster and ultimately became their last studio release to go platinum. But without any ear candy as immediate or inventive as 'Owner of a Lonely Heart', the album had a glass ceiling and creatively Jon Anderson found the new direction unrewarding, leaving at the end of the accompanying tour to form Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe. A missed opportunity from a a fine group of talented musicians who had previously proved themselves capable of so much more.
Fearlessdweller
It's a very good album, and yet it's not.It's such a strange experience listening to Big Generator, because on the one hand it's got great playing, and great production, and each song is enjoyable to listen to (in spite of the thankfully brief purposely-off-key/weird sections in some of the songs), and of course one of the tracks is the brilliant "Shoot High, Aim Low"...but then on the other hand, the albums ends with the overall effect of, "Was that it?"It just feels so unsatisfying as a whole, but I can't work out exactly why.
Dorilune
The album took too long to come out after 90125. the tour was very good. Jon once again seems to be the fly in the ointment!! He has cost the fans many years of heart ache! Him and Rick actually!!
saafari
I don't doubt that it's a great rock album, but I wish it would have been released under the artist name "Cinema" instead of "Yes". Because then I wouldn't have bought it.