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EVENING OF YES MUSIC PLUS

Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe

 

Symphonic Prog

3.39 | 76 ratings

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ibnacio
4 stars "In dubio pro reo". In the doubt, for the accused. The fact that there is not a bass player, that Bill Bruford's electronic drumming set sounds more than sometimes metallic, squeaking and out of time... gets the most of the time excellent music down to inferior levels it deserves. Anyway, there more than often moments you forget all this and the beauty imposes itself above all these irritating flaws. "Peccata minuta" (today it's Latin jargon day), you think to yourself and value the faultless rendition of Yes classics Roundabout, And You And I, Close to the Edge, Heart of the Sunrise and get ammazed but those new standards that are a totally new discovery for you: Birthright, Themes, Brother of Mine and Order of the Universe.

The three solo -so to say- meddleys by Jon Anderson, Steve Howe (both with Yes material) and Rick Wakeman (with own material from Henry VIII's Wives or Merlin albums) add to the interest of this double Cd.

Three stars because of the sound but, in the doubt... four stars for the music.

ibnacio | 4/5 |

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