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Chris Squire


Symphonic Prog

3.93 | 311 ratings

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Thiago Hallak
4 stars Thought Bruford and Moraz play on this album, it reminds just a bit of instrumental Yes. Other great instrumentists play here (Jimmy Hastings, brother of Pye Hastings, both played on Caravan) and Mel Collins (that played with King Crimson).

First of all I would like to say that I prefer Squire's vocal than Andersons. Squire's bass is pluged on two amplifiers: a bass one and a guitar one, witch gives a phenomenal timbre (as Squire always do).

The highlights go to the bass lines, some keys solos and, sure, the instrumental work! The drums are nice and the sax gives a more funky tone on "Lucky Seven" (some funky artifacts are seen on all short songs). The first two songs have a popular attachment and the longest are quite symphonic, with great orchestral features!

A great album, not just for Yes fans...

Thiago Hallak | 4/5 |


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