"Fly from Here" is a set of songs by progressive rock band Yes from their 2011 album Fly from Here. With a complete length of 23 minutes and 49 seconds, it is the longest studio recording ever released by Yes. It is split into six parts, consisting of the first tracks of the album: "Overture", "We Can Fly", "Sad Night at the Airfield", "Madman at the Screens", "Bumpy Ride" and "We Can Fly (Reprise)". Being the first composition of the album, it is the first Yes work to feature singer Benoît David.

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  • "Fly from Here" is a set of songs by progressive rock band Yes from their 2011 album Fly from Here. With a complete length of 23 minutes and 49 seconds, it is the longest studio recording ever released by Yes. It is split into six parts, consisting of the first tracks of the album: "Overture", "We Can Fly", "Sad Night at the Airfield", "Madman at the Screens", "Bumpy Ride" and "We Can Fly (Reprise)". Being the first composition of the album, it is the first Yes work to feature singer Benoît David. The basis of the hexalogy was a demo originally recorded by Geoff Downes and Trevor Horn of The Buggles before they joined Yes in 1980. After Yes disbanded in 1981, Horn and Downes recorded a second demo, and both recordings became the foundation of the tracks "We Can Fly" and "Sad Night at the Airfield". Chris Squire called it "the band's 11th epic-length piece, the first in 15 years". A single uniting "We Can Fly" and "We Can Fly (Reprise)" was released under the name "We Can Fly". (en)
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  • "Fly from Here" is a set of songs by progressive rock band Yes from their 2011 album Fly from Here. With a complete length of 23 minutes and 49 seconds, it is the longest studio recording ever released by Yes. It is split into six parts, consisting of the first tracks of the album: "Overture", "We Can Fly", "Sad Night at the Airfield", "Madman at the Screens", "Bumpy Ride" and "We Can Fly (Reprise)". Being the first composition of the album, it is the first Yes work to feature singer Benoît David. (en)
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