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TIME AND A WORD

Yes

 

Symphonic Prog

3.26 | 953 ratings

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maani
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5 stars Even without Wakeman or Howe, this rates easily alongside The Yes Album, Fragile and Close to the Edge as one of the quintessential early prog-rock albums. Not only is it near-impossible to find a flaw, but every song is both great and succinct, yet the album retains an exceptional cohesiveness. Chris Squire still considers this his favorite Yes album. As much as I love all the others, I'm tempted to agree.
maani | 5/5 |

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