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THE LADDER

Yes

 

Symphonic Prog

3.27 | 689 ratings

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ryba
5 stars In the 90s, I did not listen to rock music at all. It was somehow over for me, nothing could any longer satisfy me. Instead, I listened more classic music. But then, magnification appeared and i was really moved very much, and surprised. It became my no.1 of yes immediately. so i was researching the 90s again. And what i had discovered did please me very much: RUSH albums, H Marillion, and of course YES. And the ladder seems for me to be one of the greatest albums that I missed. Again, as always before and after, it is unique album, special in the YES discography, as eventually each album is. You may like them more or less but still it is original and influential music. And the ladder must belong to my favorites. Why? It is pure art here. Just music, rythms and melodies, you can sit down, or be lieing in a sofa with the eyes closed, yet you can dance as well. you will find no pseudo-intelectual post-modern obscurities and deppressions. Just music made by gentlemen who like to play and know very well how to do it. To summarize, it is the dancing YES album.
ryba | 5/5 |

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