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Close to the Edge

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Close to the Edge: i. The Solid Time of Change, ii. Total Mass Retain, iii. I Get up I Get Down, iv. Seasons of Man
00:18:40

Jon Anderson, Producer, Lead Vocals, Writer - Yes, MainArtist - Bill Bruford, Producer, Drums, Percussion - Chris Squire, Producer, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Eddie Offord, Producer, Engineer - Rick Wakeman, Producer, Keyboards - Steve Howe, Producer, Electric Guitar, Backing Vocals, Writer, Sitar

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

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And You and I
00:10:11

Jon Anderson, Producer, Lead Vocals, Writer - Yes, MainArtist - Bill Bruford, Producer, Drums, Percussion, Writer - Chris Squire, Producer, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals, Writer - Eddie Offord, Producer, Engineer - Rick Wakeman, Producer, Keyboards - Steve Howe, Producer, Electric Guitar, Backing Vocals, Sitar

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

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Siberian Khatru
00:08:55

Jon Anderson, Composer, Producer, Lead Vocals, Writer - Yes, MainArtist - Bill Bruford, Producer, Drums, Percussion - Chris Squire, Producer, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Eddie Offord, Producer, Engineer - Rick Wakeman, Composer, Producer, Keyboards, Writer - Steve Howe, Composer, Producer, Electric Guitar, Backing Vocals, Writer, Sitar

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

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