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WE CAN FLY - SINGLE (RADIO EDIT)

Yes

 

Symphonic Prog

3.17 | 55 ratings

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voliveira
4 stars I think this shows that the single sound of the new Yes album is more directed to the '80s albums, especially "Drama". And that's bad? I think not, since I love the 80's band. "We can fly" is a track composed by that decade Buggles (Trevor Horn and Geoff Downes, whose return to the band further demonstrates like the sound with "Drama") and is now part II of the epic "Fly from here"-this might explain the fact that the song ends so abruptly through.

I really liked the song, especially because the voice of David Benoit, who seems hell with Jon Anderson is his voice is so good during the entire album, so do not think Jon will be missed (sorry Jon). My only disappointment is with the keyboards, synthesizers Downes annoying that I can not recall his work in "Drama" but the horrific Wakeman's keyboards on "Tormato."

4 stars

voliveira | 4/5 |

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