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THE YES ALBUM

Yes

 

Symphonic Prog

4.29 | 1996 ratings

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JROCHA
4 stars Enter Steve Howe and this is First great Yes album. The Yes album starts off with Yours is no Disgrace a great track to start off the album and great bass playing by Chris Squire. You can instantly feel Steve Howe's guitar in this album. It makes their sound so much more big. Next is The Clap, a little blugrassish song by Steve Howe. Next is Starship Trooper one of my Favorite classic Yes tracks and a great solo by Howe at the end of the song. Ive seen all good people is a popular yes number, this is one you might hear on the radio a lot, good vocals by Chris,Jon,and Steve on this track. A venture is just there to lead you to Perpetual Change a great Yes song but i prefer the live version on yessongs better.l This is where it started for Yes. Each musician shines on this album like all other Yes albums. 4 stars
JROCHA | 4/5 |

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