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  • Audio CD (June 14 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: EMI Music Canada
  • ASIN: B0000009PN
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)

1. Honey White
2. Scratch
3. Radar
4. Whisper
5. Yes
6. All Your Way
7. Super Sex
8. I Had My Chance
9. The Jury
10. Sharks
11. Free Love
12. Gone For Good


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By gonn1000 on April 12 2004
Format: Audio CD
Despite some good songs, like the dynamic opener "Honey White", the intriguing "Radar" or the well-crafted "All Your Way", this record is not very convincing or solid. Morphine have a style of their own, that`s undeniable, yet this release is too depressing, tiresome and unengaging. The peculiar use of sax in their songs is one of the band`s trademarks, still I think they overuse it and the result ends up being repetitive and forgettable. "Yes" combines indie rock, blues, lo-fi and jazz in a somewhat innovative way, Mark Sandman`s voice is interesting and strong and the band is professional, yet this album is average as a whole. The filler songs outweight the good moments, delivering an uneven record.
Not the best around.
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By pdxbeautiful on May 30 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is one of the best by this Boston based group! It's jazzy/blues/alternative style with deeply written words that shoot through your soul!
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Format: Audio CD
Its not a bad CD until you compare to their other work. It lazy, mentally and musically. When Sandman see's his self-respect crawling across the floor, his first thought is of this album.
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Morphine really is a remarkable band. When I first heard about them and their minimal line-up consisting of vocals, bass, saxophone, and drums, I was intrigued. However, I didn't expect the music to rise above the level of a novelty act. Boy, was I wrong. Vocalist/bassist Mark Sandman has written strong songs with intriguing lyrics that take full advantage of the available instruments. It's a shame that Sandman is no longer with us. It would have been interesting to hear the musical directions he would have taken in the future.
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By A Customer on Dec 2 2001
Format: Audio CD
After comeing home from a *** day of work in May 01', my roommate put in "Yes" and changed my world. Since that day I've been a "Morphine" junky. I am very appreciative to Sandman, Colley, and Conway for providing me with a totaly eclectic sound that takes everything I've ever liked about music and serves it to me with intoxicating songs such as "Whisper". The beautifully simple combination of 2 string slide bass and sax give birth to such sickly sweet ballads as "All you way". I now own all works ,with the exception of "Cure for pain", and I listen to them almost religiously everyday, but "Yes" still finds its way to the cd tray most often. If your new to morphine and the works of genius left by the late Mark Sandman, then "Yes" is a great place to start you're soon to be collection.
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Format: Audio CD
Let me bias you with the statement: "Morphine is one of the best bands ever". They are perfectly outfitted with just a two string bass (cause that's all you're able to use a slide with), baratone sax and the simple drums of Billy Conway. From the nuances of flirting on "Whisper" to the lamentful hindsight of "I had my Chance", Mark Sandman's bassy vocals have a sincerity like no other's. They are equaly challenging musically with the use of a double sax on "Radar" and the upbeat toe-tapping raindrop like bass of "Yes". This album easily challenges "Cure for Pain" and by no means shows a deminished effort. If you're an avid Morphine fan, get this album, if you've never heard them before, get this album.
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By A Customer on June 8 2000
Format: Audio CD
If you've never heard of Morphine, this tape represents them well. Mark Sandmans' lyrics are honest and funny, his voice sultry, and what a great sounding band. I bought this tape at a truck stop of all places and it made my remaining 6 hour drive one of the best. Still till this day it has been my favorite tape and I have turned everyone I know on to Morphine. God bless Mark Sandman. He'll be missed.
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"Yes" manages tremenous diversity in tone and mood. The low-end sound has been made to work in various ways, from the machine gun excitement of "Honey White", the laid back relaxed irony of "Scratch" and the staccato pulse of "Radar." The late Mr Sandman and the boys know how to use silence too, not being afraid to let the music stop, leaving Sandman's rich voice and then not even that. The dramatic effect works wonderfully, with that moment in "Radar" when Sandman "has all the time in the world ... all the time in the world to spare." The pause next is the kind of silence that strong-nerved musicians know how to use, a kind of potent negative space. The imagery and narration on "Sharks Patrol These Waters" pushes the boundaries of the song being also as much a skilled poetic reading of a compelling metaphor. And it's a blastingly good listen like all the tracks on the record. Long before you notice all those nice touches, the record will sweep you up into its world. A bluesy-jazzy flavour will keep you coming back for more and will make you glad of the day you stepped into Morphine's beautifully imagined sleepless, blue-lit world. Excellent, in a nutshell.
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