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CLASSIC YES

Yes

 

Symphonic Prog

3.86 | 137 ratings

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spide
3 stars It was really impossible to make a compilation of the seventies years with YES. Probably this compilation found a sense after the seventies, before a complete change with 90125. The vinyl edition does not includes the two unreleased live tracks. My first impressing when I saw the album for the first time (althrough I already had all the studio albums of the seventies) was that they put the name of their best songs in a hat and they took them out one after one until to have a respectable length for a single LP compilation. Maybe that's the reason that you can't hear Syberian Khatru, Roundabout, Awaken (even in an edited version) or Soon (the edited part of Gates of delirium) on the original edition mdr... For me, the best of YES in the seventies is ... Yous is no disgrace Starship throoper Perpetual change Roundabout Heart of the sunrise South side of the sky (a misestimated song) Long distance runaround Close to the edge And you and I Syberian khatru America Ritual Gates of delirium Soundchaser Turn of the century Parallels Awaken On the silent wings of freedom Does it really happen ... and I'm fed up listening All good people in all their live albums or their compilations
spide | 3/5 |

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