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DRAMA

Yes

 

Symphonic Prog

3.74 | 1169 ratings

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b_olariu
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4 stars Drama from Yes released in 1980 is a very big inprovement over Tormato, who was for me a good album but less intristing then before. This early '80's album is one of the best band ever done, even for some purists the Yes is no Yes without Anderson. They took Geoff Downes from The Buggles, for the vocal duties and to me was a shock in good way, he seams to be almost alike with Anderson in tone of voice. He done a very good prestation here , not to mention that the rest of the musicians are in top form. The album sounds fresh , with very strong ideas, captivating bass lines, excellent guitar parts and above all a solid musicianship and strong arranmgements. To me this is among my fav Yes albums ever, not a single weak moment here as many pretend to be. Every single piece is a winner with catchy and complicated progressive elements, strong vocal, what else a very solid album all the way. Excellent release, better then many of the albums from that period, from progressive rock zone of course. 4 stars easely, among the best they ever done, with a lot to offer, and one of my fav albums aswell.Recommended

b_olariu | 4/5 |

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