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Chris Squire


Symphonic Prog

3.93 | 311 ratings

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4 stars I won't go into specifics about each track ad nauseum (you're welcome), I'll just tell you that all proggies that love the thick, melodic bass lines that characterize all great progressive rock should have this in their collection. It is atmospheric, mysterious and complex without becoming strange or discordant. The rapport that Bruford and Squire have always had when they are together is vibrant and alive throughout this album. Chris showed that he was an intricate contributor to the Yes phenomenon and if he had any doubters before, this collection of songs put them firmly in their place. It is a wonderful piece of work and, without a doubt, the best solo effort of any of the members of Yes, including Bruford's later adventurous excursions into jazz fusion.
Chicapah | 4/5 |


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