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TORMATO

Yes

 

Symphonic Prog

2.94 | 1041 ratings

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ibnacio
3 stars Three and half stars if that were possible.

Yes under an eight-minute limit! Now, things are changing and seriously. Call it the crisis, call it the punk, call it generational relay, tha fact is over ten years had passed after rock became psychedelic, hard, progressive and so on, and little brothers and sisters had come of age, so it was a change or die deal for most of the bands and Yes -time has showed their consistency- took the path of constant renewal.

Shorter pieces but not worse music necessarily. Anyway, not all the songs/ themes reach it, so Tormato (in origin, Yes Tor, after the rock formation in Dartmoor National Park, a much better name to suit Yes music and "philosophy") is not a brilliant album.

The mini suite opener, Future Times / Rejoice; Madrigal; Release, Release; Onward are among the best of them.

ibnacio | 3/5 |

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