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THE YES ALBUM

Yes

 

Symphonic Prog

4.28 | 1936 ratings

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voliveira
5 stars After two albums without much energy, Yes really was consolidated with his third album, the semi-titled "The Yes Album." Marking the debut of Steve Howe on guitar, this album is a really good, maybe even perfect!

The very first track, "Yours Is No Disgrace", already has an idea of what Yes would be tornar.This is a long song, with almost 10 minutes, in contrast to the shorter songs from the albums previous. I like this song.All is good here: her lengthy introduction, the vocals, the section of jazz. "Clap" is a typical acoustic section, courtesy of "guitar master" Howe.As next two are still the most known of the Yes: "Starship Trooper" started the trend of the band to split the music into sections, like the erudite pieces (in this case, music is divided into three sections). "I've Seen All Good People" is another well classic, The harmony vocals really lift the music, which is contributed by the omnipresent organ of Kaye. "A venture" is not a great song, just a sort of reprise of aguns themes of the album."Perpetual Change "has a good chorus and closes the album greatly.

From that album, Yes would become one of the biggest (and perhaps most ambitious) exponents of progressive rock.

(10/10) -Yours Is No disgrace -Clap -Starship troopers -I 've Seen All Good People -Perpetual Change

(8.5/10) -A venture

Average: 9.7

5 stars indeed!

voliveira | 5/5 |

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