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High Vibration SACD Box Box set, Limited Edition, SACD

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Pioneers of progressive rock, YES have achieved worldwide success with a history spanning 45 years and 20 studio albums.

The band’s current line-up consists of singer Jon Davison, bassist Chris Squire, guitarist Steve Howe, drummer Alan White, and keyboardist Geoff Downes.

YES alumni are Jon Anderson, Rick Wakeman, Bill Bruford, Trevor Horn, Trevor Rabin, Billy Sherwood, Tony ... Read more in Amazon's Yes Store

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Product details

  • Audio CD (18 Sept. 2013)
  • Please Note: Requires SACD-compatible hardware
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Box set, Limited Edition, SACD
  • Label: Japanese Import
  • ASIN: B00DP4M6FK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 450,835 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Product Description

Collector's box set of YES includes their complete 13 albums (15 discs) and a bonus disc featuring SACD Hybrid and remastering in 2013. Also includes a description and lyrics. Included albums: "Yes (1969)," "Time and a Word (1970)," "The Yes Album (1971)," "Fragile (1971)," "Close to the Edge (1972)," "Yessongs (1973) ," "Tales from Topographic Oceans (1973)," "Relayer (1974)," "Going for the One (1977)," "Tormato (1978)," "Drama (1980)," "90125 (1983)," and "Big Generator (1987)."

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By tpbdurisdeer on 27 Jan. 2014
Format: Audio CD
Bit of a curates egg this one - good in parts.
The first thing to be said is that all the discs are labelled Atlantic / Rhino which begs the question - why has this SACD box only received a Japanese release? Rhino and Atlantic have released all these CD's in Europe in standard CD format, so it surely can't be impossible to release them here on SACD.
The first two albums - Yes and Time And A Word - show a careless approach to quality control regarding the art work. The insert in Yes contains a reprint of the original sleeve notes and track listing which is duplicated on both sides . There's no sign of the photo's from the original gatefold sleeve. The Time and a Word insert has the back cover of the original album duplicated twice on the inside.
All the other albums faithfully reproduce the artwork from the original albums. Yessongs includes all three of the gatefold scenes from the original.
None of the SACD's includes any of the bonus tracks from the Rhino releases, although there is a bonus disc which contains a small selection of the bonus tracks. If you have the Rhino releases you have all of the bonus tracks already.
Each disc is presented in a jewel case which is not as nice as the reproduction LP covers contained in the Yes Studio Albums box.
The booklet is nicely produced. It includes reproductions of the original record labels (as do the discs) and the artwork from each album. All the lyrics from the studio releases are also reproduced in Japanese and English including The Yes Album which was the only Yes release which didn't include a lyric sheet. The rest of the booklet is in Japanese only which is a shame but anyone buying this set will probably know everything about the band anyway so we're probably not missing anything.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By KAREN KAY GILL on 29 Jan. 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Really disappointed with this box set, when buying SA-CD discs you expect the sound
to jump out at you with the 5.1 remix.
Don't get me wrong Yes are and always be my favourite group having bought everything
they have produced.
Over the years I have a large selection of SA-CDs including the new Pink Floyd Immersion
series , but this box set comes nowhere near the quality.
And before making judgement my Hi-Fi system is top of the range.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful
One of the finest Rock groups in newly remastered, pristine hybrid SACD sound 19 Oct. 2013
By Michael Birman - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Their first album, simply entitled Yes, was released in that crucial year of the Moon and Woodstock: 1969. Rock was in ferment, a period of awesome creativity, experimentation and heightened expressiveness. Although it was a crowded field, there were a few artists who stood out as historically important from the first. 1969 lofted Led Zeppelin, Crosby Stills and Nash, Rod Stewart, the Allman Brothers Band, Black Sabbath, Neil Young and Crazy Horse, Hall and Oates as well as Yes, just to name a few. With the release of Yes, the band revealed itself as masters of complex, polyphonic Rock that featured brilliant instrumental work and stunning vocals. Yes were the first of the as yet unnamed "Progressive Rock" groups (Genesis and Emerson, Lake and Palmer weren't formed until the following year). With their first album a new genre and several sub-genres were created. The importance of the band cannot be overstated.

Listening to all 13 albums released by Yes between 1969 and 1987 I am struck by how their career exhibited a striking arc initiated by their absolute peak of perfection between 1969 and 1972 and their first 5 albums. This was followed by a progressive decline in creativity that began in 1973 with their sixth album Tales of Topographic Oceans and the onset of a series of personnel changes that had a deep impact on the band. There was a secondary peak in the 1980s that featured a pop oriented sound which was phenomenally successful: their 1983 album 90125 was triple platinum in the U.S. Although I am a huge fan of early Yes, I can appreciate their later work, at least in parts.

High Vibration is a limited edition 16 SACD box set, featuring the 13 albums released by Yes between 1969 and 1987 and including the live album "Yessongs" as well as a bonus disc. The collection also includes an informative 200 page book that offers a history of the band, background information about its members, photos, a discussion of each recording and pertinent discographic data. The remastered DSD sound for both the SACD and the standard redbook CD layers is stunning in its clarity. I can hear levels of detail in the complex instrumental and vocal arrangements that have never been revealed before. Vocal textures have an almost satiny smoothness and refinement that must be heard to be appreciated. The band's multi-layered instrumental work has a Classical music intricacy and sophistication coupled with a Jazzy rhythmic excitement and funkiness that sounds timeless. Both qualities are accentuated by the brilliance of the DSD remastered recordings. Every album sounds great, with the newer recordings obviously having a more modern urgency and presence. The set contains the following:

1969 Yes
1970 Time And A Word
1971 Fragile
1971 The Yes Album
1972 Close To The Edge
1973 Tales From Topographic Oceans 2CD
1973 Yessongs 2CD
1974 Relayer
1977 Going For The One
1978 Tormato
1980 Drama
1983 90125
1987 Big Generator
2013 Bonus Disc of Rarities

This is a very pricey box set, designed for those who really love the band and feel the need to hear them in the finest high-resolution sound. High Vibration delivers on that promise, so if you come under the heading of a Yes aficionado who is well-heeled enough to afford this collection, I promise you that you will not be disappointed. This is the finest Yes collection that I've ever heard.

Mike Birman
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
BEST SOUNDING SET available on the market 20 April 2014
By Wondering_aloud - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Being one like most collectors of Yes, I have gone through countless versions of the same album(s) for years (5 different sets owned of at least the first 10 album releases.) Going from vinyl to CD (various remasters since the CDs first came about, gold CDs, DVD Audio 5.1, SHM CD's from Japan, Warner Bros Japan Fragile 5.1 SACD, Audio Fidelity SACD hybrids and finally this box set). The AF releases CTTE and GFTO are definitely lacking in comparison to the counterparts in this set, often less "airy" and slightly harsher, to these ears. Remastering from 2013, this is the pinnacle of the Yes catalog sets with the first 8 being my favorites, and without a doubt, rivaling even their best vinyl counterparts including the beloved MFSL LPs!!! Pricey for the quality?...Sort of, but when you consider this is a 16 piece set, (13 albums (15 discs) and a bonus disc) the cost is $29.26 per album and bonus disc or 25.25 per disc, considering 2 are TFTO and Yessongs double discs. Packaging is jewel case rather than mini-LP, and the box is well designed, unlike other collections that kind of just throw the discs into the package, ala the Pink Floyd Deluxe box sets. If you can afford it, get it, BUT PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THIS IS A HYBRID 2 CHANNEL SET, like all that have come before and after. Although the 5.1 versions are slowly coming out on Blu-ray 5.1 audio, neither the titles, nor release dates are set and I can't imagine Mr. Wilson taking time to do the whole Atlantic catalog, with everything else he does. So I would recommend picking up the Blu-rays as they come out, choosing your favorites, but picking up this set for the BEST SET in stereo available, if sound is important to you. Cheers...8)
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A glorious YES! 4 July 2014
By Victor Martinez - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This SACD/Hybrid box set is absolutely drop dead fantastic!!! Yup, it is a bit pricey as has been noted, however, if you're a YES fan like myself it's a must have! The sound of these CD's is above and beyond my expectations - my ears usually fatigue from too much digital (I'm a vinyl hound), but, these babies are nothing short of phenomenal; smooth tones from crystal clear highs to majestic lows - what more can you ask for?
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
not neutral like Steven Wilson's recent mixes 14 Aug. 2015
By Klaas Panjer - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This set sounds clear and punchy, not neutral like Steven Wilson's recent mixes. If that's your bag, fine of course. If you don't mind some
flash and pizzaz in your music and want to have the best Yessongs version available then check the High Vibration box (while its still available).
No you don't get all the bonus tracks released with the Rhino remasters but what the hell, in the end it's about the classic albums, and they sound glorious and fresh in this here Japanese Box.
16 of 31 people found the following review helpful
Don`t bother, 5.1 is coming on most yes albums, just like the 2013 Close to the edge version in blu ray 10 Dec. 2013
By Ignaciocuev - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Don`t bother, 5.1 is coming, in high definition and 5.1, just like the 2013 Close to the edge version. So buying this is falling again in the countless versions of Yes catalogue. I bought the LP, the cds. the remastered cds, the japanese HD versions, that were supposed to be the ultimate great thing, and then came the SHMCD japan versions that , this time, really were supposed the ultimate audio of Yes.
Now they are selling the 24 bits versions in sacd, very high priced like this box, and online- downloads too, better priced in my opinion.
But Wait and get your money ready to be shaked from you, Yes fan, once again! yes... Steve Wilson just remastered Close to the edge, in hi res, stereo and 5.1, so... I forgot to mention that i will get this ultra new versions somewhere else and for free, i am tired of this expensive never ending audio quest.
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