[Buch] Jon Anderson And The Warriors: The Road To Yes

Bei Yes: Gründer und Sänger von 1968 - 1979 / 1983 - 1988 / 1990 - 2008
Instrumente: Harfe, Akustische Gitarre, Perkussion, Tasteninstrumente
Geburtsdatum: 25.10.1944
Geburtsort: Accrington
Aktuelle Band: Anderson Ponty Band, YfARW
Ehemalige Bands: The Warriors, ABWH

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[Buch] Jon Anderson And The Warriors: The Road To Yes

Beitrag von SOON » Mo 18. Nov 2019, 23:22

Format: book/magazine
Artist: David Watkinson
Availability: 13-12-2019
CatNo: 9781789520354

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A meticulously researched book about Jon Anderson and his early band The Warriors (who also featured future King Crimson drummer Ian Wallace) that will delight both Yes fans and students of the 1960s music scene.

A Burning Shed exclusive hardback book, strictly limited to 250 copies. Signed and individually numbered by the author, David Watkinson.

208 pages plus 16 pages in colour. Features 175 black and white photos and 44 in colour, most not seen for more than 50 years.

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Jon Anderson is the enigmatic lead singer and founding member of Yes. He is also a composer, artist, writer, dreamer, lyricist, poet and musician, with a career spanning more than fifty years. Many books have been written about Yes, but until now none have covered Jon's early years in his first band, The Warriors, in any sort of detail. This group played a key role in developing Jon's Anderson’s vocal range, work ethic and determination to succeed, as well as giving him valuable experience in the music business, to be of invaluable help as his career blossomed.

David Watkinson takes us on a journey from the Lancashire beat music scene in the early 1960s to the vibrancy of London later in the decade. In the short time The Warriors existed - from 1963 to 1967 - they released a single, appeared on TV and in a movie and spent a year following in the Beatles footsteps as a working group in Germany.

As well as providing a complete history of The Warriors, this book also follows Jon's subsequent career in London, via appearances with Gun and his brief solo career as Hans Christian. He finally met Chris Squire and found a home in Mabel Greer's Toyshop, as that group gradually morphed into Yes during the summer of 1968. The book includes new interviews with Jon and many members of The Warriors, who were in the band through its various line-up changes, most for the very first time. It also features a newly-researched family tree, never before seen photographs, both of the Warriors and the first line up of Yes, plus many items of memorabilia and an exclusive look into the band’s diaries. It closes with a comprehensive discography and a collectables section.
Zitat: https://burningshed.com/david-watkinson ... riors_book
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Re: [Buch] Jon Anderson And The Warriors: The Road To Yes

Beitrag von Topographic » Fr 14. Feb 2020, 18:43

Die "Taschenbuchausgabe" - immer noch ziemlich teuer - erscheint am 30. Juni.

bei amazon

"Begleitend" dazu wird eine Vinyl-EP "The Lost Demos" in orange und schwarz veröffentlicht - ich hab mir mal beide Ausgaben vorbestellt.

Jon Anderson and the Warriors - The Lost Demos

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Re: [Buch] Jon Anderson And The Warriors: The Road To Yes

Beitrag von SOON » Fr 14. Feb 2020, 22:09

Sind diese Demos irgendwo schon mal offiziell erschienen?
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Re: [Buch] Jon Anderson And The Warriors: The Road To Yes

Beitrag von JJG » Sa 15. Feb 2020, 11:21

Tony und Jon waren damals große Fans der Everly Brothers, das hört man:







Beide sehen sich, abgesehen vom Haarschnitt auch sehr ähnlich.
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