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FLY FROM HERE

Yes

 

Symphonic Prog

3.45 | 761 ratings

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Gus82
5 stars Here we are with a new album of Yes 10 years after Magnification and 30 years (!) after Drama, the last album of Yes without Jon Anderson.

This album was unexpected for me and it's a real pleasure to see that the band is still able to produce such fine pieces of music. Benoit David is a great singer, full of emotion. His voice is more like Trevor Horn's one than Jon's one. And as "Fly from Here" is clearly in the same spirit than Drama, it's a good thing.

Of course, the "Fly from Here" suite is great (Sad Night At The Airfield is the best part) but all the other pieces are very niece too, Into the storm beeing a high point and a powerfull ending,

After more than 40 years in the business, it's remarquable to see that this band is still able to make such an album. A 5 stars album from a 5 stars band.

Gus82 | 5/5 |

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