Title: To The Edge
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Members owning this album120. 1. Close to the Edge. Smoking is bad for you, ask Wagner. Bill Bruford has always been one of my favourite drummers and there are on 'Close to the Edge'sections where, in conjunction with Squire's snappy and guttural bass, 'Yes' stray as close as they ever got to within the forbidden outskirts of 'Funkytown'. As accomplished as so much of the music is, I still cannot get my head around the instrumental introduction to this album .
Closer to the Edge" is a song written by Jared Leto and performed by American rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars. Produced by the band, co-produced by Flood, the track is the seventh track and the third single from their third studio album This Is War. It was released in the US on August 20, 2010. Tomo Miličević, the former lead guitarist of 30 Seconds to Mars, said about the song, "A really interesting track
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Album The High End of Low. Running to the Edge of the World Lyrics. Remember when I took you up To the top of the hill? We had our knives drawn They were as sharp as we were in love. If God crossed us, we'd take all his drugs Burn his money and his house down And wait for the fire to spread. Sometimes hate is not enough To turn this all to ashes Together as one and against all others Break all of their wings and make sure it crashes
The Cutting Edge is a live album by jazz saxophonist Sonny Rollins, recorded at the Montreux Jazz Festival and released on the Milestone label in 1974, featuring performances by Rollins with Stanley Cowell, Yoshiaki Masuo, Bob Cranshaw, David Lee and Mtume with Rufus Harley joining on one track.
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Often and rightfully cited as Yes’ greatest achievement, Close to the Edge features the seminal 70’s progressive band at the peak of their combined powers. Along with its predecessor Fragile, it is also definite proof that the quintet of Anderson, Bruford, Howe, Squire and Wakeman remains the non-debatable classic line-up, that sadly enough could not last for more than these two albums. Though featuring only 3 epic tracks and running merely 37 minutes in length, the album carries none of the group’s former rough edges or future missteps
The band's crowning achievement, Close to the Edge, contains only three lengthy "songs," but each one is an absolute epic. The title track dominates all of side one of the original LP, rushing in with a burbling, dissonant intro, Howe's jagged riffing and Wakeman's fluttering fingers building a dense, overpowering texture. After an extended hiatus following Relayer, Yes regrouped for 1977's Going for the One, bringing grand old ham Wakeman back to record an album of much fewer pretensions than anything they'd done since Fragile. Of course, that really meant only one 15-minute epic instead of four, but right down to the non-Roger Dean cover art, it signaled a new start for Yes.
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|1||To The Edge||6:37|
|2||To The Edge (Alpha Dogs Mix Featuring Tonal Fusion)
Remix – Alpha Dogs, Tonal Fusion
|3||To The Edge (Second City Firsts Dubliminal Mix)
Remix – Second City Firsts
|4||To The Edge (PJ Principle Mix)
Remix – PJ Principle