Close to the Edge" is a song by the English progressive rock band Yes, featured on their fifth studio album Close to the Edge (1972). The song is over 18 minutes in length and takes up the entire first side of the album. It consists of four movements.
Owner of a Lonely Heart" is a song by British progressive rock band Yes. It is the first track and single from their eleventh studio album 90125, released in November 1983. Written primarily by guitarist and singer Trevor Rabin, contributions were made to the final version by singer Jon Anderson, bassist Chris Squire, and producer Trevor Horn. Owner of a Lonely Heart" was released in October 1983, as the album's first single.
Close to the edge, down by the river Down at the end, round by the corner Seasons will pass you by Now that it's all over and done Called to the seed, right to the sun Now that you find, now that you're whole Seasons will pass you by I get up, I get down I get up, I. get down I get up, I get down I get up. More on Genius. About Close to the Edge. The title track from the album of the same name, considered to be one of the greatest progressive rock songs ever, from one of the greatest progressive rock albums ever
Yes. Owner Of A Lonely Heart (12" Promo EP). Yes - Owner Of A Lonely Heart (12" Promo EP) (1991). EP. Songs in album Yes - Owner Of A Lonely Heart (12" Promo EP) (1991). 1. Owner Of A Lonely Heart. Owner Of A Lonely Heart (2 Close To The Edge Mix). Yes. 04:37 320 Кб/с 14. 3. Owner Of A Lonely Heart (Move Yourself Mix). 04:17 320 Кб/с 15. 4. Owner Of A Lonely Heart (Not Fragile Mix). 04:44 320 Кб/с 11. отключить рекламу.
Songs in album Yes - Owner Of A Lonely Heart (1991). Owner Of A Lonely Heart (Original Version). 04:24 320 Кб/с 1327. 2. Owner Of A Lonely Heart (Wonderous Mix). 05:24 320 Кб/с 570. 04:46 320 Кб/с 378. 04:08 320 Кб/с 353.
Yes – Owner Of A Lonely Heart Lyrics. from album: 90125 (1983). Move yourself You always live your life Never thinking of the future Prove yourself You are the move you make Take your chances win or loser. See yourself You are the steps you take You and you - and that's the only way. Shake shake yourself You're every move you make So the story goes. Owner of a lonely heart Owner of a lonely heart Much better than - a Owner of a broken heart Owner of a lonely heart. Sooner or later each conclusion Will decide the lonely heart (Owner of a lonely heart) It will excite it will delight It will give a better start (Owner of a lonely heart). Don't deceive your free will at all Don't deceive your free will at all (Owner of a lonely heart) Don't deceive your free will at all Just receive it, just receive it (Owner of a lonely heart).
This album showcases Yes at their most concise, and is probably the best starting point. 1972's Fragile introduced Yes' highest-powered line-up, as the silver-cape wearing, 12-keyboard-hauling Rick Wakeman replaced the mediocre Tony Kaye. Heart of the Sunrise" still holds up as a deftly constructed proto math-rock epic, and Jon Anderson would never sing a lyric as plainly as "I feel lost in the city" again. The band's crowning achievement, Close to the Edge, contains only three lengthy "songs," but each one is an absolute epic. The title track dominates all of side one of the original LP, rushing in with a burbling, dissonant intro, Howe's jagged riffing and Wakeman's fluttering fingers building a dense, overpowering texture.