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3 stars This second album of Yes has indicated that the band's music was becoming mature and some high-light of the songs include the one that has become all-time favorite for many Yes die-hard fans as well as the band members: "Time and A Word". It's a song with very encouraging lyrics with great acoustic guitar work. It has been the band's favorite to perform live in any concert the band did. Another favorite of mine include "Then", "Sweet Dream" and "Astral Traveler". Through this album we can hear Bruford's virtuosity with his drums. Chris thick bass lines are also very obvious. I would usually say his style of playing is like a walking bass lines.

While Genesis had progressed significantly through their follow up album "Trespass" and King Crimson with "In The Wake of Poseidon", Yes was still rooted with their debut album's style. Yes did not progress the way their other band mates did.

Progressively yours, GW

Gatot | 3/5 |


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