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Yes are an English progressive rock band formed in London in 1968, generally regarded as one of the archetypal bands and pioneers of the genre. Despite many lineup changes, occasional splits within the group, and the ever-changing trends in popular music, the band have continued for more than 40 years and still retain a large following. They have sold over 30 million albums. The band's music blends symphonic and other classical structures with their own brand of rock music. Although the band's sole consistent member has been bass player Chris Squire, Yes are also generally noted for the distinctive high-register vocals of former lead singer Jon Anderson and the eclectic musical stylings of a succession of guitarists (Steve Howe, Peter Banks, Trevor Rabin, Billy Sherwood), keyboard players (Rick Wakeman, Tony Kaye, Patrick Moraz, Geoff Downes, Igor Khoroshev, Oliver Wakeman), and drummers (Alan White and Bill Bruford). Several band members became celebrated musicians and/or bandleaders in their own right, and a 1980 lineup of the band was briefly fronted by Trevor Horn (shortly before he became one of rock music's most celebrated record producers). Yes is the 1969 eponymous debut album from Yes, considered among the first progressive rock albums. With the original Yes line-up of vocalist Jon Anderson, bassist Chris Squire, guitarist Peter Banks, keyboardist Tony Kaye and drummer Bill Bruford, Yes was the quintet's original musical release. Lester Bangs favourably reviewed the album in Rolling Stone, writing that it was "the kind of album that sometimes insinuates itself into your routine with a totally unexpected thrust of musical power."

01 - Beyond And Before
02 - I See You
03 - Yesterday And Today
04 - Looking Around
05 - Harold Land
06 - Every Little Thing
07 - Sweetness
08 - Survival
09 - Everydays (Single Version)
10 - Dear Father (Early Version #2)
11 - Something's Coming (Bonus)
12 - Everydays (Early Version)
13 - Dear Father (Early Version #1)
14 - Something's Coming (Early Version)

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"One of the finest American progressive rock groups of the 70s". Yezda Urfa is an American progressive rock band founded in the fall of 1973. The band recorded two albums before breaking up in the spring of 1981. The band's music is currently distributed by Syn-phonic. The name Yezda Urfa comes from Yazd, Iran and Urfa, Turkey. The band came across these names while leafing through the dictionary, looking for a band name. Yazd was changed to Yezda to ease pronunciation. Described as a blend of Yes and Gentle Giant, Yezda Urfa is known for playing high-energy progressive rock. Break-neck tempos, changing time signatures, and diverse instrumentation are hallmarks of their sound. Brad Christoff: drums, percussion, Phil Kimbrough: keyboards, mandolin, wind, vocals, Mark Tippins: guitar, vocals, Marc Miller: bass, cello, marimba, vibes, vocals and Rick Rodenbaugh: vocals

01 - Boris And His 3 Verses, Including Flow Guides Aren't My Bag
02 - Texas Armadillo
03 - 3, Almost 4, 6 Yea
04 - To-Ta In The Moya
05 - Three Tons Of Fresh Thyroid Glands
06 - The Basis Of Dubenglazy While Dirk Does The Dance (Bonus Track)
07 - Aspirations (Bonus Track)
08 - She's Got Tartar On Her Teeth (Bonus Track)
09 - Eggs, Nuts And Other Assorted Livers (Bonus Track)
10 - La (Bonus Track)

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Lost & Found (1961-1962) is a compilation album by The Beach Boys released in 1991 under the DCC Compact Classics label. This compilation has all the material not previously published of their first recording session in October 1961 and includes notes of sessions lost.

01 - Luau (The Pendeltones)
02 - Surfin' (The Pendeltones)
03 - Studio Chatter
04 - Surfin' (First Attempt)
05 - Studio Chatter
06 - Surfin' (Master)
07 - Studio Chatter
08 - Luau (First Attempt)
09 - Luau (Master)
10 - Barbie (Kenny And The Cadets)
11 - What Is A Young Girl Made Of (Kenny And The Cadets)
12 - Surfin' Safari (Unissued)
13 - Studio Chatter
14 - Surfin' Safari ( Approved As Master)
15 - Studio Chatter
16 - Surfer Girl ( Approved As Master)
17 - Judy (Unissued)
18 - Judy ( Approved As Master)
19 - Beach Boy Stomp (Aka Karate) (Unissued Long Version)
20 - Surfin' Safari (An Attempt At Overdubbing)
21 - Lavender

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Zzebra were a British fusion and afro prog band active in the UK in the early 1970s. The band was formed when Terry Smith (guitar) and Dave Quincy (saxophone), both left the band If, when it broke up, and joined Lasisi "Loughty" Amao ex-Osibisa (flute and tenor sax), Gus Yeadon (aka August Eadon) ex-The Love Affair (piano and vocals), Liam Genockey (drums) and John McCoy (bass). They released their first album Zzebra in 1974.

01 - Cobra Woman
02 - Mr.J.
03 - Mah Jong
04 - Ife
05 - Spanish Fly
06 - Amuso Fi
07 - Rainbow Train
08 - Hungry Horse

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The Animals on Tour was The Animals' second album in the United States. The title did not mean to imply a live album, which it was not, but rather that the music on it was influenced by the American musical genres the English group had encountered during their previous trips stateside. The only song on this album that is not on one of the first three UK albums is "I'm Crying", which occurs only here or on one of their compilation albums.

01 - Boom Boom
02 - How You've Changed
03 - I Believe To My Soul
04 - Mess Around
05 - Bright Lights Big City
06 - Worried Life Blues
07 - Let The Good Times Roll
08 - I Ain't Got You
09 - Hallelujah I Love Her So
10 - I'm Crying
11 - Dimples
12 - She Sad Yeah

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The Complete French EP Collection 1964-1967 box-set combines all ten of the British Invasion act's French four track EPs released between 1964-67 along with a bonus CD single disc with two tracks, 'San Franciscan Nights' & 'Good Times'. All tracks are in the original mono, except for the bonus disc in stereo, & remastered in high definition 24-bit. Released in 2003.

EP 1

1 - The House Of The Rising Sun
2 - Talking About You (French EP version)
3 - Gonna Send You Back To Walker
4 - Baby, Let Me Take You Home

EP 2

1 - I'm Crying
2 - Take It Easy
3 - She Said Yeah
4 - I'm In Love Again

EP 3

1 - Boom Boom
2 - Club-A-Gogo
3 - Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood
4 - Roadrunner

EP 4

1 - Brig It On Home To Me
2 - Hallelujah! I Love Her So
3 - For Miss Caulker
4 - Mess Around

EP 5

1 - We've Gotta Get Out Of This Place (French EP version)
2 - I Can't Believe It
3 - I Ain't Got You
4 - How You've Changed

EP 6

1 - It's My Life
2 - I Believe To My Soul
3 - I'm Going To Change The World
4 - Let The Good Times Roll

EP 7

1 - Inside - Looking Out
2 - That's All I An To You
3 - She'll Return It
4 - Outcast

EP 8

1 - Don't Bring Me Down
2 - Cheating
3 - What Am I Living For
4 - I Put A Spell On You

EP 9

1 - See See Rider
2 - Mama Told Me Not To Come
3 - Help Me Girl
4 - That Ain't Where It's At

EP 10

1 - Hey Gyp
2 - In The Night
3 - When I Was Young
4 - Ain't That So

Bonus CD

1 - San Franciscan Nights
2 - Good Times

Full covers included.

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Catch Us If You Can (1965) (released with the title Having a Wild Weekend in the U.S.) was the feature-film debut of director John Boorman. Ostensibly designed as a vehicle for pop band The Dave Clark Five, whose popularity at the time almost rivalled that of The Beatles, and named after their hit song "Catch Us If You Can", this strangely downbeat film actually departs in various ways from the formula created by Richard Lester in A Hard Day's Night, and by Sidney J. Furie and Peter Yates with the Cliff Richard films. Although they perform the off-screen soundtrack music, The Dave Clark Five (unlike The Beatles) do not play themselves, but appear to be a team of freelance stuntmen/extras, led by the saturnine Steve (Dave Clark). Clark had worked as a stuntman on a number of films, providing him with experience and camera-sense that The Beatles would have lacked in A Hard Day's Night. Far from being a conventional pop vehicle, this serious, thought-provoking film concerns itself with the frailty of personal relationships, the flimsiness of dreams, and the difficulty of maintaining spontaneity and integrity in a stage-managed "society of the spectacle."

01 - Catch Us If You Can
02 - On the Move
03 - If You Come Back
04 - Long Ago
05 - Any Time You Want Love
06 - I Can't Stand It
07 - Your Turn To Cry
08 - Hurting Inside
09 - Don't Be Taken In
10 - Don't You Realize
11 - I Cried Over You
12 - Sweet Memories

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The Dave Clark Five was the first British Invasion band to tour the USA. Coast to Coast, from 1965 was released only in USA, and peaked #6 in the US chart.

01 - Anyway You Want It
02 - Give Me Love
03 - I Can`t Stand It
04 - What Is There To Say
05 - Everybody Knows  (I Still Love You)
06 - Crying Over You
07 - Say You Want Me
08 - When
09 - Don`t You Know
10 - To Me
11 - It`s Not True

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The Dave Clark Five had 17 records in Billboard's Top 40, with 12 Top 40 United Kingdom hits between 1964 and 1967. Their song "Over And Over" went to number one in the U.S. on the Billboard Hot 100 at the end of December 1965, despite less than impressive sales in the UK, and they played to sell-out crowds on their tours of the U.S. Promoted as having a "cleaner" image than the Beatles, the Dave Clark Five were the first British band to tour the USA, and they made 18 appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show. Weekend In London was released only in USA.

01 - Come Home
02 - We`ll Be Running
03 - Blue Suede Shoes
04 - Hurting Inside
05 - I`ll Never Know
06 - `Til The Right One Comes Along
07 - I`m Thinking
08 - Your Turn To Cry
09 - Little Bitty Pretty One
10 - Remember It`s Me (Stereo)
11 - Mighty Good Lovin`

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This is a fine early collection of the DC5's biggest hits. The covers of Chris Kenner and the Contours are eminently forgettable, but their original songs are solid British invasion pop. "Catch Us If You Can" remains their crowning moment.(J.P.O.)

01 - Over and Over
02 - Everybody Knows (I Still Love You)
03 - Can't You See That She's Mine
04 - Bits And Pieces
05 - I Like It Like That
06 - Catch Us If You Can
07 - Because
08 - Anyway You Want It
09 - Do You Love Me
10 - Glad All Over

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The Dave Clark Five/More Greatest Hits rounds up the hits that weren't on the first greatest-hits record.

01 - Try Too Hard
02 - Please Tell Me Why
03 - I`m Thinking
04 - Reelin' And Rockin'
05 - Come Home
06 - Satisfied With You
07 - At The Scene
08 - Look Before You Leap
09 - All Night Long
10 - Don't Let Me Down

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This album, which never saw a U.S. release, is pretty amazing as a document of where the Dave Clark Five were in the last third of the 1960s. Divided between a fast side and a ballad side, the group's pounding beat was still there, albeit just a bit slower; the rhythm guitar had given way to jagged lead lines, and Mike Smith was singing a few shades blacker than he'd sounded in 1964.

01 - Nineteen Days (Stereo)
02 - Something I've Always Wanted
03 - Little Bit Strong
04 - Bernedette
05 - Sitting Here Baby
06 - You Don't Want My Loving
07 - How Can I Tell You
08 - Picture Of You
09 - Small Talk
10 - Pick Up Your Phone

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