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Into The Lens - Yes - Drama (Cassette, Album)


Download Into The Lens - Yes - Drama (Cassette, Album)
1980
Label: GS (2) - GS 2656 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock, Classic Rock


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  1. "Into the Lens" is a song written by Trevor Horn and Geoff Downes. It was originally released in by progressive rock band Yes, of which Horn and Downes were a part, as a part of the album Drama, before being reworked as "I Am a Camera" for the album Adventures in Modern Recording by The Buggles, a duo consisting of Horn and Downes; both versions were released as singles, with the Yes Genre: Progressive rock, progressive pop.
  2. Drama is the tenth studio album by the English progressive rock band Yes, released on 18 August by Atlantic ircomdandjumbbarsci.sauchukalupimpchapcafensbreakamkopha.co was their first album to feature Trevor Horn as lead vocalist, as well as keyboardist Geoff ircomdandjumbbarsci.sauchukalupimpchapcafensbreakamkopha.co followed the departures of Jon Anderson and Rick Wakeman after numerous attempts to record a new album in Paris and London had ircomdandjumbbarsci.sauchukalupimpchapcafensbreakamkopha.co: Progressive rock, pop rock.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Into The Lens on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - SAM • Format: Vinyl Preview track from the forthcoming Yes album K "Drama" One sided Other Versions (5 of 12) View All. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Yes: Into The Lens 3/5(2).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the g, Gatefold Vinyl release of Drama on Discogs/5(26).
  5. In a Songfacts interview with Geoff Downes, he said: "That was one of the songs we took into Yes when we first met up with them and they asked us to write some ircomdandjumbbarsci.sauchukalupimpchapcafensbreakamkopha.co was effectively just a small, four-minute pop song. And of course, they opened it up and treated it as an epic that became 'Into The Lens,' which is about 10 minutes long on the Drama album.
  6. Into The Lens (later released by Buggles as I Am A Camera) was another long song in epic Yes mode. Finishing with Tempus Fugit and its refrain of ‘an answer to Yes’ this was their strongest album in years. A guy I worked with in the late 80s, a Yes fan, told me he saw the Drama tour in Southampton and walked out during the first song/5().
  7. Jul 28,  · From Wikipedia: "Into the Lens" is a song originally written by Trevor Horn and Geoff Downes of The Buggles. It was first released as "Into the Lens" on the Yes album Drama in , and the year after on Adventures in Modern Recording, the second and last album of The Buggles.
  8. Into the Lens Lyrics: Memories, how they fade so fast / Look back, that is no escape / Tied down, now you see too late / Lovers, they will never wait / I am a camera / Take heart, I could never.
  9. For this one album, ex-Buggles Geoffrey Downes and Trevor Horn were drafted in to replace Jon Anderson and Rick ircomdandjumbbarsci.sauchukalupimpchapcafensbreakamkopha.co rocks harder than other Yes albums, and for classically inclined fans, it was a jarring departure; but it was a harbinger of Yes and Asia albums to come. A newly emboldened Chris Squire lays down aggressive rhythms with Alan White, and Steve Howe eschews his usual .

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