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SYMPHONIC LIVE

Yes

 

Symphonic Prog

4.28 | 213 ratings

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fmatah
5 stars This is, by far, the best live album I've heard in my whole life. Of course, I'm a big Yes fan, but trying to be imparcial, my opinion is based on the technical and musical virtues of this album. The musicians are in their best shape, and the addition of Tom Brislin on keyboards was a sucess. Howe and Squire play incredibly well. Also the orchestral arrangements are one of the best done on rock history. Highlights are of course, the three suites, The gates of delirium has the virtue of moving me every time I heart it. Originally this concert was released on DVD, but it's better to enjoy the audio version, as McLuhan said, music is hotter than cinema, only you close your eyes and let your imagination fly.
fmatah | 5/5 |

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