chris squire

chris squire

Yes - DRAMA Sessions, Demos & Associated Recordings

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1. Tempus Fugit (Alan, Steve & Chris) 2. Tempus Fugit (Tracking Session) 3. Does It Really Happen? (Alan, Steve & Chris) 4. Dancing Through the Light (Anderson, Howe, Squire, Wakeman & White - Paris Sessions 1979) 5. Run Through the Light (Alan, Steve & Chris) 6. Have We Really Got to Go Through This (Alan, Steve & Chris) 7. White Car (Tracking Session) 8. Satellite (With early bass line that became "I'am Running") 9. Song No. 4 (Satellite) (Steve Howe, Chris Squire and Alan White) 10. Who Makes The Tea ("Crossfire" complete version) (Alan, Steve & Chris) 11. We Can Fly From Here (Studio Run-Through) 12. Everybody's Song (Early version of "Does It Really Happen?" w/ Jon Anderson - Paris Sessions 1979) 13. We Can Fly from Here – Part 1 (The Buggles Demo) 14. We Can Fly from Here – Part 2 (The Buggles Demo) 15. I Am a Camera (The Buggles version for "Into the Lens" - 1981) Drama was recorded at Townhouse Studios in west London from April to June 1980. "Into the Lens" and "White Car" are basically Buggles compositions; an alternate version of "Into the Lens" appeared on the second Buggles album Adventures in Modern Recording as "I Am a Camera". The song is based on Christopher Isherwood's Berlin stories. "Does It Really Happen?", "Run Through the Light" and "Tempus Fugit" were developed by Squire, White, and Howe before Horn and Downes joined the band; Horn added lyrics. "Does It Really Happen?" and "Run Through the Light" both exist in very different forms, as demos performed by the band with Anderson. "Machine Messiah" was based on another Buggles composition, but with considerable input from Squire, White, and Howe. "We Can Fly from Here" and "Go Through This" did not end up on the "Drama" album, although the band did play both of them on the subsequent tour. "We Can Fly from Here" was eventually expanded into the 20+ minute title track of "Fly from Here" (2011)