9 thoughts on “ We Have Heaven - Yes - Trilogy (CD) ”

  1. I still have no idea what the song's about, but it made for a good little film! Ken from Aberdeen, Md the Lyrics are "tell the moon dog, tell the march hare" as read inside the cd cover the cover--also, it doesn't have to make sense--it's music- an art form- don't try to analyze it too much ; D L from Nashville, Tn Correct Lyrics We Have Heaven.
  2. We have heaven, we have heaven, we have heaven Tell the moon dog, tell the march hare Tell the moon dog, tell the march hare He is here, he is here, he is here To Look around, to look around, to look around, to look around We have heaven, we have heaven, we have heaven Writer/s: JON ANDERSON.
  3. This album could be called Part one of the high point in the early configuraion of Yes. Of course, we have Jon Anderson, Steve Howe and and Chris Squire, but only on two albums do we have Bill Bruford and Rick Wakeman, respectively the best drummer and keyboard man ever to grace early yes/5(78).
  4. General CommentIn relation to the song after this one on the album, "South Side of the Sky" about an exploration group dying in Antartica, I would say this is about ndiszadepedezopecuadiscjergini.coinfo matter waht you are, a person or a moon dog or a march hare, whatever those are, you will have death in your future, and therefore it is not that bad, just a universal thing that we all have.
  5. "We Have Heaven" is a personal idea by Jon Anderson in which he sings all the vocal parts. "Five Per Cent For Nothing" is a sixteen bar tune by Bill Bruford, played twice by the Group, and taken directly from the percussion line. In Chris Squire's "The Fish", each riff, rhythm, and melody is produced by using the different sounds of the bass.
  6. Fragile (): Yes it is a Great Album, Yes it has some Classic Standards from the AOR FM radio days of my youth, Yes it is very well Produced. As mentioned in previous reviews of Yes releases, I've had the "Yes Album" since and "" since it's release in '/5().
  7. Become A Better Singer In Only 30 Days, With Easy Video Lessons! Tell the moon dog, tell the march hare Tell the moon dog, tell the march hare We have heaven, we have heaven, we have heaven Tell the moon dog, tell the march hare Tell the moon dog, tell the march hare He is here, he is here, he is here To Look around, to look around, to look around, to look around We have heaven, we have heaven.
  8. Yes They are distinguished by their use of mystical and cosmic lyrics, live stage sets and lengthy compositions, often with complex instrumental and vocal arrangements. Seventeen musicians have been a part of the band's line-up in its history, which has consisted of singer Jon Davison, guitarist Steve Howe, bass guitarist Chris Squire.
  9. Fragile was Yes' breakthrough album, propelling them in a matter of weeks from a cult act to an international phenomenon; not coincidentally, it also marked the point where all of the elements of the music (and more) that would define their success for more than a decade fell into place fully formed. The science-fiction and fantasy elements that had driven the more successful songs on their.

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