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Jon Turteltaub is directing the adaptation of Steve Alten's novel, with Lorenzo Di Bonaventura, Belle Avery and Colin Wilson producing. Wei Wayne Jiang, Barrie M. Osborne, Randy Greenberg and Gerald R. Molen are exec producing. Flagship Entertainment
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Personnel: Ephraim Lewis (vocals), Hussein Boon, Mark Sheridan (guitar), Chris Bachelor (trumpet), Ashley Slater (trumpet, trombone), Henrich Linneman (flute), Michael Ward, Steve Buckley, Dave Bitelli (saxophone), Jonathon Quarmby (keyboards), Kevin Bacon, Barry Zeli (bass), Trevor Murell, Ed Hacket, Caroline Bowden, Darren Ford (drums), Colin Elliot (percussion), Heather Allen, Paul Miro (background vocals). Recorded at Axis Studios, Sheffield, England. As a debut album, Skin shows a lot of promise. Regrettably, Ephraim Lewis did not live to make another album. Reminiscent of Seal, Lewis produced catchy soulful pop music. Includes the jazzy minor hit Drowning in Your Eyes and the appropriately titled Sad Song. Fine performances and nice understated production throughout. ~ Tim Griggs
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Yes: Jon Anderson (vocals, percussion); Steve Howe (acoustic & electric guitars, vachalia, background vocals); Tony Kaye (piano, organ, Moog synthesizer); Chris Squire (bass, background vocals); Bill Bruford (drums, percussion). Additional personnel: Colin Goldring (recorder). Recorded at Advision Studios, London, England in Autumn 1970. Originally released on Atlantic (8283). All tracks have been digitally remastered. Personnel: Steve Howe (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Chris Squire (vocals, bass guitar); Jon Anderson (vocals, percussion); Colin Goldring (recorder); Tony Kaye (piano, organ, keyboards, synthesizer, Moog synthesizer); Bill Bruford (drums, percussion). Recording information: Lyceum, London, England (10/1970-11/1970). Photographers: Phil Franks; Barry Wentzell. On Yes' first two albums, Yes (1969) and Time and a Word (1970), the quintet was mostly searching for a sound on which they could build, losing one of their original members - guitarist Peter Banks - in the process. Their third time out proved the charm - The Yes Album constituted a de facto second debut, introducing the sound that would carry them forward across the next decade or more. Gone are any covers of outside material, the group now working off of its own music from the ground up. A lot of the new material was actually simpler - in linear structure, at least - than some of what had appeared on their previous albums, but the internal dynamics of their playing had also altered radically, and much of the empty space that had been present in their earlier recordings was also filled up here - suddenly, between new member Steve Howe's odd mix of country- and folk-based progressive guitar and the suddenly liberated bass work and drumming of Chris Squire and Bill Bruford, respectively, the group's music became extremely busy. And lead singer Jon Anderson, supported by Squire and Howe, filled whatever was left almost to overflowing. Anderson's soaring falsetto and the
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