Jon Anderson discography

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The discography of English-born singer-songwriter and musician Jon Anderson. Since 2009, Anderson has been an American citizen after 25 years living in the country.

Solo works[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album details Peak chart positions
US[1] UK[2] ND[3]
1976 Olias of Sunhillow 47 8 -
1980 Song of Seven 143 38 -
1982 Animation 176 43 3
1985 3 Ships 166 - 66
1988 In the City of Angels - -
1994 Deseo - - -
Change We Must
  • Released: 17 October 1994
  • Labels: EMI, Angel
- - -
1995 Angels Embrace - - -
1996 Toltec - - -
Lost Tapes of Opio
  • Released: 1996
  • Label: Opio Foundation
- - -
1997 The Promise Ring - - -
Earth Mother Earth
  • Released: 9 September 1997
  • Label: Ellipsis Arts
- - -
1998 The More You Know - - -
2011 Survival and Other Stories - - -

Live albums[edit]

  • Live from La La Land (2007)

Collection[edit]

  • The Lost Tapes (2006–2008) (live performances, unreleased demo albums, etc.) (planned as a 20-CD boxset but only 7 CDs have been released as yet)
    • Interview (2006) (JAVPBX01CD)
    • The Mother's Day Concert (2006) (demos) (JAVPBX02CD)
    • Searching For The Songs (2006) (demos) (JAVPBX03CD)
    • Live in Sheffield 1980 (2006) (JAVPBX04CD)
    • Watching The Flags That Fly (2006) (JAVPBX05CD) (Jon Anderson's personal demos, worked on in the south of France in 1990, for the never-officially released second ABWH studio album whose working title was Dialogue)
    • The Lost Tapes of Opio (2007) (JAVPBX06CD)
    • From Me To You (2008) (JAVPBX07CD)

Videos[edit]

  • Tour of the Universe (2005) (live DVD)

Singles and EPs[edit]

  • Flight of the Moorglade (1976)
  • Some Are Born (US, 1980)
  • Take Your Time (UK, 1980)
  • Heart of the matter (US, 1980)
  • Everybody Loves You (NL, 1980)
  • Surrender (UK/Europe, 1982)
  • All in a Matter of Time (1982)
  • Boundaries (NL, 1982)
  • Cage of Freedom (1984)
  • Easier Said Than Done (1985) - [UK #88]
  • How it Hits You (France, 1985)
  • Hold on to Love - (1988) [UK #81]
  • Is it Me (UK, 1988)
  • Far Far Cry (1990)
  • Island of Life (Japan, 1992)
  • Change We Must (UK, 1994) - [UK #81]
  • Candle song (UK, 1994)
  • Maybe (Europe, 1998)
  • State of Independence (Europe, 2005)
  • Open (EP) (2011)
  • Race to the end (2012)

Collaborations[edit]

Pre Yes[edit]

The Warriors[edit]

- Singles :

  • 1964 : "You Came Along" / "Don't Make Me Blue" (7", Single)
  • 1964 : "You Came Along" / "Don't Make Me Blue" (7", Single, Promo)

- Album :

  • 2003 : Bolton Club 65 - Recorded live in 1965 and published on CD in 2003 on Voiceprint Label.

Hans Christian Anderson[edit]

- Singles :

  • 1968 : "Never My Love" / "All of the Time"
  • 1968 : "(The Autobiography Of) Mississippi Hobo" / "Sonata of Love"

Yes[edit]

Jon and Vangelis[edit]

- Studio albums :

- Compilations :

Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe[edit]

- Videos :

  • 1989 : In The Big Dream - A Video Compilation
  • 1993 : An Evening Of Yes Music Plus

Anderson/Wakeman[edit]

AndersonPonty Band[edit]

Jon Anderson & Roine Stolt[edit]

Guest appearances[edit]

With Johnny Harris:

  • "All To Bring You Morning" (1969; 1973 + Steve Howe & Alan White)

With King Crimson:

  • Lizard (1970) on Prince Rupert Awakes

With Colin Scot:

  • Colin Scot (1971; credited as "John Anderson (Dr Yes)", next to Rick "Broken Toes" Wakeman) [6]

With Iron Butterfly:

With Vangelis:

  • Heaven and Hell (1975) – Vangelis album with Anderson vocals on "So Long Ago, So Clear"
  • Opéra Sauvage (1979) – Vangelis album with Anderson playing harp on "Flamants Roses"
  • See You Later (1980) - vocals on "Suffocation" and "See You Later"

With Alan White:

  • on the Album "Ramshackled" (1976) on track: "Spring Song of Innocence"

With Mike Oldfield:

With Rick Wakeman Album "1984" (released 1981):

  • on the track "The Hymn"

On Movies:

  • Soundtrack – Metropolis (1984 – with Giorgio Moroder):
    • "Cage of Freedom"
  • Soundtrack – Scream For Help (1985 – with John Paul Jones):
    • "Silver Train"
    • "Christie"
  • Soundtrack – St. Elmo's Fire (1985):
    • "This Time It Was Really Right"
  • Soundtrack – Biggles (1986):
    • "Do You Want To Be A Hero"
    • "Chocks Away"

With Tangerine Dream:

  • "Loved by the Sun" Legend soundtrack (1985)

With Lawrence Gowan:

  • "Moonlight Desires" (1987)

With Toto:

  • Backing vocals on the single version of "Stop Loving You" (1988) – This was the same year Toto members contributed to Anderson's City of Angels.

With Anderson, Harley & Batt:

With Jonathan Elias:

  • Requiem for the Americas: Songs from the Lost World (1990) on tracks: "Within The Lost World" and "Far Far Cry"

With Kitaro:

Dreams (1992) on the tracks: "Lady of Dreams", "Agreement", "Dream of Chant", "Island of Life"

With London Philharmonic Orchestra:

With Charlie Bisharat:

  • "Along The Amazon" (1993)

With Steve Bailey:

  • "Evolution" (1993)

With Ayman:

  • Dancing with My Soul (1994) on track "Opionium"

With Milton Nascimento:

  • Angelus (1994) on track "Estrelada"

With Tadamitsu Saito:

  • It's About Time (1995) - on tracks: "Doshyamo", "Cascadia", and "It's About Time"

With Cielo y Tierra:

  • Heaven And Earth (1996) on tracks: "El Dia" and "La Segunda Oracion"

With Steve Howe:

  • Portraits of Bob Dylan (1999), on the track "Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands"

With Béla Fleck and the Flecktones:

  • "A Moment So Close" and "Aimun", on Outbound (2000)

With 4 Him:

  • sing the chorus of the song "The Only Thing I Need", on the Streams various artists album first released on Word Records "Dove Awards Album" (2002)

With The Fellowship:

  • In Elven Lands (2006)

With Dream Theater:

  • one of the spoken word guests along with many other rock musicians in a section of the song "Repentance", from Dream Theater's album Systematic Chaos (2007).

With Glass Hammer:

With Peter Machajdík:

  • Namah (2008) on track: "Sadness of Flowing"

On Movies:

  • Soundtrack – The Highest Pass (2011 – with Michael Mollura):
    • "The Highest Pass Title Song'"
    • "Waking Up'"

With Marco Sabiu:

  • Audio Ergo Sum (2012) on track "Limitless Lives"

With Dennis Haklar:

  • Lizard's Tale (2012)

With Jean Philippe Rykiel:

  • Inner Spaces (2012) on track "Close To You"

With Jeff Pevar:

  • From the Core (2012) on track "River of Dreams"

With Everyday Animals:

  • Under the Tyranny of Good Weather (2013) on track "False Awakening"

With Todmobile:

  • Jon Anderson with Todmobile in Iceland in Iceland 2013

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jon Anderson". Billboard. Retrieved 2018-11-12.
  2. ^ "JOE HENDERSON | full Official Chart History | Official Charts Company". www.officialcharts.com. Retrieved 2018-11-12.
  3. ^ Hung, Steffen. "Discografie Jon Anderson - dutchcharts.nl". dutchcharts.nl. Retrieved 2018-11-12.
  4. ^ "Video message from Jon Anderson - he's just finished a new album with Rione Stolt & friends called "Invention of Knowledge" and is about to tour Anderson Ponty Band with Jean-Luc Ponty". Facebook. 16 March 2016. Retrieved 16 March 2016.
  5. ^ "Jon Anderson and Roine Stolt". progressiveears.org. 16 March 2016. Retrieved 16 March 2016.
  6. ^ Colin Scot - Colin Scot at Discogs