35 Years Ago Today – YES Release Commercial & Pop Oriented LP ‘90125’ (Watch “Changes” Live)

35 years ago today (11/7/83), Yes released their biggest hit-filled album 90125. After disbanding in 1981, following the Drama (1980) tour, bassist Chris Squire and drummer Alan White formed Cinema with guitarist and singer-songwriter Trevor Rabin and original Yes keyboardist Tony Kaye, who had left in 1971, and began recording an album. They adopted a more commercial and pop-oriented musical direction as the result of their new material, much of which derived from Rabin’s demos, with former Yes singer Trevor Horn as their producer. The album spawned the hits “Owner of a Lonely Heart,” “It Can Happen” and “Changes.” Check out the band performing “Changes” live in the early 80’s…

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