Progrography

Jon Anderson
The voice of Yes, 'nuff said. During the band's first hiatus, Jon released the airy fairy tale, Olias of Sunhillow. More solo albums followed in the Eighties, including two collaborations with Vangelis (once considered as Rick Wakeman's replacement in Yes). Through the Nineties, Anderson balanced his solo ventures (now increasingly uncommercial) with the profitable Yes reunions. While some of his albums (Olias, Seven, Deseo) are better than others (3 Ships, Toltec), at the center of all his work is the same warm, curious spirit and that magic, angelic voice.

Date ALBUMS / Singles
1976 June OLIAS OF SUNHILLOW
1976 September Flight of the Moorglade
1980 September Some Are Born
1980 November SONG OF SEVEN
1980 November Take Your Time
1980 December Heart of the Matter
1982 May Surrender
1982 May ANIMATION
1982 All In A Matter of Time
1984 Cage of Freedom
1985 December 3 SHIPS
1985 December Easier Said Than Done
1985 How It Hits You
1988 May Hold on to Love
1988 May 17 IN THE CITY OF ANGELS
1988 August Is It Me
1994 THE BEST OF SOUTH AMERICA
1994 Amor Real
1994 DESEO
1994 October Change We Must
1994 November 1 CHANGE WE MUST
1994 Candle Song
1994 Close to the Hype
1994 THE DESEO REMIXES
1995 December ANGELS EMBRACE
1996 January 30 TOLTEC
1996 LOST TAPES OF OPIO
1997 June 17 THE PROMISE RING
1997 September 9 EARTH MOTHER EARTH
1998 April 14 THE MORE YOU KNOW
1998 Maybe
2007 April 2 THE MOTHER'S DAY CONCERT
2007 April 9 SEARCHING FOR THE SONGS
2007 May 7 LIVE IN SHEFFIELD 1980
2007 May 7 WATCHING THE FLAGS THAT FLY
2007 June 25 LIVE FROM LA LA LAND
2008 September 22 FROM ME TO YOU

SEE ALSO...
Transic Tome of Jon Anderson's Solo Works
JON AND VANGELIS discography
VANGELIS discography
YES discography
One Live Badger
King Crimson: Lizard

 

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