90124 (Trevor Rabin album)

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90124
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Studio album by Trevor Rabin
Released 2003
Genre Rock, hard rock, progressive rock
Length 53:08
Label Voiceprint
Producer Trevor Rabin
Trevor Rabin chronology
Live in LA
(2003)
90124
(2003)
Jacaranda
(2012)

90124 is a studio album by South African musician and producer Trevor Rabin. It was released in 2003 on Voiceprint Records and compiled of previously unreleased demos and songs recorded from his time as a session musician before he formed Cinema which evolved into a new line-up of the English rock band Yes in 1983, to 1991.

The album name and its cover art refers to 90125 (1983) by Yes, the album that was produced mainly from Rabin's demos. "Walls" features Supertramp singer Roger Hodgson on backing vocals, recorded when he was invited to sing with Yes, but when Jon Anderson returned, this project failed, but Rabin and Hodgson became close friends and recorded some songs together. "Where Will You Be?" is an instrumental version of the same titled song recorded for the Yes album Talk (1994).[1]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Hold On" 6:19
2. "Changes" 3:11
3. "Moving In" 5:32
4. "Would You Feel My Love" 5:01
5. "Where Will You Be" 5:06
6. "Owner of a Lonely Heart" 7:02
7. "Walls" 4:20
8. "Promenade" 1:44
9. "Love Will Find a Way" 3:30
10. "Miracle Of Life" 6:57
11. "Cinema/Don't Give In" 4:32

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