9012Live: The Solos

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9012Live: The Solos
Live album by Yes
Released November 7, 1985
Recorded Dortmund (Germany) June 1984 & Edmonton (Canada) September 1984
Genre Pop rock
Length 33:55
Label Atco
Producer Yes
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 1.5/5 stars[1]

9012Live: The Solos is the third live album by Yes. Released as a mini LP in 1985, the album features solos from each of the five band members, plus live versions of two songs from their 1983 album 90125.[2]

Missing from the Yes "expanded and remastered" 2003/2004 series by Rhino/Warner (like Yessongs, Yesshows and Big Generator), 9012Live was finally remastered and expanded in 2009 by Isao Kikuchi; the album was published by Warner Music Japan as part of their "Yes SHM-CD Papersleeve" series.

The companion video 9012Live, also released in November 1985 on VHS (in stereo), was re-released on DVD (in mono) in 2006 with previously unseen material and a director's cut without the 1950s stock footage.

Track listing[edit]

Original Version[edit]

Side One
No. Title Featured Soloist Length
1. "Hold On" (Trevor Rabin/Chris Squire/Jon Anderson)   6:44
2. "Si"   Tony Kaye solo 2:31
3. "Solly's Beard"   Trevor Rabin solo 4:45
4. "Soon" (Originally the closing section of "The Gates of Delirium" from 1974's Relayer) Jon Anderson solo 2:08
Side Two
No. Title Featured Soloist Length
1. "Changes" (Trevor Rabin/Jon Anderson/Alan White)   6:58
2. "Amazing Grace" (Trad. Arr., Public Domain) Chris Squire solo 2:14
3. "Whitefish" (Features a medley of past Yes songs: "The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus)", "Tempus Fugit" and "Sound Chaser") Chris Squire/Alan White solo 8:33

† – Recorded at Edmonton, Canada at Northlands Coliseum, 28 September 1984, as part of the soundtrack of the movie "9012Live"
‡ – Recorded at Dortmund, Germany, 24 June 1984

9012Live: The Solos (Atco 790 474) reached #44 in the UK. It also reached #81 in the US during a chart stay of 11 weeks.[3]

Japanese Re-issue CD [wpcr-13528][edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Hold On"    
2. "Si"    
3. "Solly's Beard"    
4. "Soon"    
5. "Changes"    
6. "Amazing Grace"    
7. "Whitefish"    
8. "City of Love"    
9. "It Can Happen"    

Personnel[edit]

Yes[edit]

Guest Performers[edit]

  • Casey Young: Additional keyboards

References[edit]

  1. ^ Collins, Paul. 9012Live: The Solos review allmusic.com. Retrieved on 2011-06-22.
  2. ^ Collins, Paul. "9012Live: The Solos - Yes". Allmusic. Retrieved February 18, 2011. 
  3. ^ "Top Pop Albums 1955-2001", Joel Whitburn, c.2002