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Symphonic Prog

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John Dough
5 stars Ok, I'm biased. To say the least five stars. Six would do/be better... Yes has always been an orchestrated progressive group. The concepts and the philosophies are hard put to be confined to the limits of "Rock-n-Roll". The philosophies, the words, the instruments, the vocals. The complex interweavings of/on all these levels. The songs, a mixture of old and new, ring true to the concepts that "Yes" helped to bring forth to the conciosness of so many people. Kudos to Kitehl and his orchestra! The blend of Music between "Yes" and "The Europian Festival Orchestra, I do belive all understand. Alpha order, Anderson, Howe, Squire and White. While I do miss Wakeman, his stand in is superlatve! Nigh on time for this colllaboration, nigh on time that "Yes" and "The Europian Festival Orchesra met and cellibrated Music and Life! Ok, I'm blessed. Five stars. Peace JB
John Dough | 5/5 |


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