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TALK

Yes

 

Symphonic Prog

3.05 | 645 ratings

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stewe
5 stars This is one of the most controversial and underrated of Yes albums. (similar case as Big Generator) This album is amazing by all means. It uses innovative techniques, shows one of the greatest skills of musicianship that was ever seen even in Yes standards. But most important are the ideas. This is extremely creative album, truly progressive (unlike regressive prog studio tracks of Keys of Ascension). Beautifully melodic, epic, psychedelic, poppy, heavy, mellow, unconventional.. every single moment has its place. It is truly emotional journey. Extremely varied, colourful yet tight and cohesive musical experience. Most of credit is of course Rabin's. But his team work with Anderson is the greatest essence, both creative minds enjoyed great time making this and it is clearly visible on the result! Recommened in the highest possible way to open-minded fans of progressive and rock music in general, as well as to musicians.
stewe | 5/5 |

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