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ANDERSON BRUFORD WAKEMAN HOWE

Anderson - Bruford - Wakeman - Howe

 

Symphonic Prog

3.21 | 388 ratings

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chiang
4 stars Love this one. This is not classic Yes, but is more Yes than "Big generator" or "90125". I love this one more than "Going for the one" or "Tormato". IMHO it is close to "Union" (obviously) and the closest you can get to classical Yes until "Keys of Assention" OK, I'm a hardcore Anderson-Howe fan, absolutely love Bruford and my favorite keyboard player is Wakewman. Drums and bass interplay is wonderfull (Tony Levin was a great idea). "Brother of mine", absolutely in the "Yes mode", is great. (the video that acompanies it is also great, sorry it's difficult to get. I got it on VHS, ha-ha). I also love "Themes" "Birthright" and "Order of the universe. "Fist of fire" is OK, and "The meeting", "Quartet" and "Let's pretend" are pretty Anderson's love songs. The only track i don't like is the strange to me and absolutely non "Yes" style: "Teakbois".

chiang | 4/5 |

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