Yes release ‘90125,’ their eleventh album featuring ‘Owner of a Lonely Heart’ (1983)

Yes ‘90125’ feat. ‘Owner of a Lonely Heart’ is their eleventh studio album featuring Tony Kaye, the original keyboardist, released on November 14, 1983 by Atco Records.

Track Listing : 1.Owner Of A Lonely Heart (Trevor Rabin, Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Trevor Horn) – 04:29 . 2.Hold On (Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Chris Squire) – 05:16 . 3.It Can Happen (Chris Squire, Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin) – 05:29 . 4.Changes (Trevor Rabin, Jon Anderson, Alan White) – 06:20 . 5.Cinema (Chris Squire, Trevor Rabin, Alan White, Tony Kaye) – 02:08 . 6.Leave It (Chris Squire, Trevor Rabin, Trevor Horn) – 04:14 . 7.Our Song (Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Trevor Rabin, Alan White, Tony Kaye) – 04:18 . 8.City Of Love (Trevor Rabin, Jon Anderson) – 04:51 . 9.Hearts (Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Trevor Rabin, Alan White, Tony Kaye) – 07:39

Storm Thorgerson

Musicians : Yes – Band . Jon Anderson – Vocals . Tony Kaye – Keyboards . Trevor Rabin – Guitars, Vocals, Additional Keyboards . Chris Squire – Bass, Vocals . Alan White – Drums, Percussion, Backing Vocals . Trevor Horn – Backing Vocals . Deepak Khazanchi – Sitar And Tambura On (3) . Graham Preskett – Violin On (6)

Production : Produced By Trevor Horn, Yes On (2) . Julian Mendelsohn – Engineer . Gary Langan – Engineer . Stuart Bruce – Engineer . Keith Finney – Assistant Engineer . Steve Hoffman – Mastering . Johnathon J. Jeczalik – Keyboard Programming . Dave Lawson – Keyboard Programming

Package : Garry Mouat – Sleeve Producer

Recorded November 1982 – July 1983 At Sarm Studios, London.

Released On November 14, 1983 By Atco Records.

Video Director(s) : Storm Thorgerson asterisques RVM for “Owner of a lonely heart” . Godley and Creme for “Leave It” .

Classic Yes fans went into this album with certain expectationsand of course they weren’t met, but had Trevor Rabin gone through with the ‘Cinema’ idea, maybe the response to this effort wouldn’t be as negative on the whole. […]

90125 is a hit-and-miss affair. Overall, it comes down to a matter of taste. … When exploring the Yes discography, it’s not a place to start. Still, while it may be different, it is enjoyable in places and is a good listen if you are not in the mood to concentrate. […]

Music Street Journal
In 1983, Yes were at a crossroads. Drama did not do that well, especially in Europe. They could either go back to writing longer progressive pieces or they could forge ahead and create something new. Obviously, they chose the later. […]


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