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The Road - Jon And Vangelis* - Short Stories

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Jon And Vangelis* - Short Stories at Discogs. Complete your Jon And Vangelis* collection/5().
  2. Mar 18,  · Published on Mar 18, "Short Stories" is the debut album by Jon and Vangelis, the collaborative effort between Jon Anderson of the prog rock band Yes and electronic music pioneer Vangelis.
  3. Jon and Vangelis lyrics: Short stories. Jon and Vangelis: In September Anderson appeared on the Vangelis album 'Heaven and Hell' with the song "So long ago, so clear" (Lyrics: Jon Anderson).
  4. Jan 19,  · Jon Anderson's first project following his departure from Yes was to reunite with the equally airy Vangelis for a collaborative effort as Jon and Vangelis. Short Stories actually marks their second collaboration -- the first took place on Vangelis' album, Heaven and Hell, with the track "So Long Ago, So Clear."Released on: January 19,
  5. The Road Lyrics: There's a road that takes me back / There the light has seen your face / To the place where I belong / There at last where I will wander / By the lake where time stands still.
  6. Short Stories is the debut album by Jon and Vangelis, the collaborative effort between Jon Anderson of the progressive rock band Yes and electronic music pioneer Vangelis. This was not the first time that the two had worked together: Vangelis had auditioned to be Rick Wakeman's replacement in Yes in , but the role was given to Patrick rock.shakalkreemalaramaralsarana.infoinfo: Electronic music.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Short Stories on Discogs/5(4).
  8. Jun 28,  · Jon and Vangelis is the collaborative effort between the singer Jon Anderson (the lead vocalist of the progressive rock band Yes) and the Greek synthesizer musician Evangelos Papathanassiou who is.
  9. They recorded their first album together, Short Stories in , producing the major hits "I Hear You Now" as well as "One More Time". Anderson wrote the lyrics and Vangelis composed the music. In , Jon left Yes and while he published his third solo album Song of Seven in , Vangelis did the same with See You Later onGenres: Synth-pop, electronic, pop.

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