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Symphonic Prog

4.29 | 2215 ratings

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4 stars The first classical Yes. It helped build the sound for the next albums. From the first note of ''Yours is no Disgrace'', you know you now deal with a new Yes. The arrival of Steve Howe in the band marked a change in the artistical point of view and in the turning of the music, as the previous guitarist war more jazzy and less technical. The musicianship is absolutely incerdible all around, from Squire's basslines to Tony kaye's great work. The themes of sci-fi arrived, the first charting success, ''Your move'', brought attention to the group. Not a band song on the album, and the are almost all highlights. As there is not much that has not been said earlier, let the music speaks for itself. A strong 4.5/5.
Philrod | 4/5 |


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