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Poll Question: Who was the most integral member of Yes who defined their essence?
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Originally posted by Ambient Hurricanes Ambient Hurricanes wrote:

It's hard to determine Squire's importance, because he's played on every Yes album, so we don't have any albums without him to judge what impact his absence would have had. 
We can get a feel for that with ABWH.

Squire for me although Jon's voice was essential to their trademark sound. Even for Drama Trevor Horn sang with a similar style and when they have had to replace Jon they have gone for his clones Benoit David and Jon Davison.
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Originally posted by Wanorak Wanorak wrote:

Anderson's voice is what makes Yes' sound unmistakeable.
 
Honestly, everyone is replaceable! If you're listening to Trevor, Chris or Benoit (and theoretically Jon Davison, although he hasn't release any record with Yes) - they're all very close to Anderson's typical timbre.

What makes the real full and heavy Yes sound, is definitely Chris Squire!

(What I can't understand, is the inclusion of some marginal members of Yes: Kaye, Rabin, White)

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Bill Bruford is the most integral one to Yes as I like them best. I prefer TYA, Fragile and CTTE to anything that came afterwards by miles, and I do think Bill Bruford's presence is one of the biggest reasons for that. They were a much tighter and cleaner band with him than without him, so I assume he kept some of their excesses in check. Or maybe his playing was so busy that he didn't leave the others any room to "noodle around". However, I do have to acknowledge that Yes without Bill Bruford were still very much Yes, so I will have to go with Jon Anderson. He was their main creative force and "ideas man", and the albums without him feel markedly different from the ones with him.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Progosopher Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 08 2013 at 04:38
History says Squire since he is the one single consistent element, but I say Anderson.  Athough the two albums without him so far are quite good, they sound different enough to sound a little strange.  Not off, but different from the core Yes sound.
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I'll go with Chris Squire - he's the only one who's there from the very start, his bass is unmistakable and the same goes to his back vocals. Yes, Anderson's voice and Howe's guitar are important for Yes's sound too but anyway... Chris it is!
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Tough question, but I'm going to say Squire.

He has been a constant and his trademark sound and style have always been part of the Yes brand.
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From this day forth, let it be said that the definithe Yes Line-up is:

Jon Anderson

Chris Squire

Bill Bruford

Rick Wakeman

Steve Howe


However, I vote for Jon. His voice is Yes's signature sound. Think about Drama and Fly From Here, without Jon, is it really Yes?  His tenor voice fits perfectly with the symphonic style of Yes's music. The day that they forced him out of the band was the day that classic prog died. Yes is the only Big Six Band that is still active, and without Jon, its like Drama all over again. Even after Benoit fell ill, they didn't take Jon back, they just took Jon Davidson. Of all The nerve, they replaced him with a singer who not only has a similar voice, but a simmilar sounding name as well. Replace David win Ander and you get Jon Anderson.

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Anderson. Maybe Squire.


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Bill Bruford, looked what happened to them after he left.  Pretty much nothing.
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No Chris squire, no Yes.
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Originally posted by Snow Dog Snow Dog wrote:

No Chris squire, no Yes.

No problem, we'll have Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe instead. 
That's good too, isn't it? Wink

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Originally posted by Moogtron III Moogtron III wrote:

Originally posted by Snow Dog Snow Dog wrote:

No Chris squire, no Yes.

No problem, we'll have Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe instead. 
That's good too, isn't it? Wink



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Originally posted by Snow Dog Snow Dog wrote:

Originally posted by Moogtron III Moogtron III wrote:

Originally posted by Snow Dog Snow Dog wrote:

No Chris squire, no Yes.

No problem, we'll have Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe instead. 
That's good too, isn't it? Wink



Actually not a fan of that album.Embarrassed

I know, I was actually teasing you.
Sorry about that, couldn't help myself. Embarrassed
I remember you once describing the album using a word that sounded like a human end product that comes out of some bodily opening, somewhere below... 
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Anderson. No doubt, no question.


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I have to give it up for Squire. He is the only one to be on all the albums, unless I missed something.


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Originally posted by dwill123 dwill123 wrote:

Bill Bruford, looked what happened to them after he left.  Pretty much nothing.

Thank god he left Yes.

And my choice would be Steve Howe, easily.
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for me its jon anderson, not only becaus of his incredible voice, also was the mastermind of some of the greatest records of the band

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Has to be Howe or Anderson. Didn't they write all of Topographic Oceans together?
I voted Howe because I think he had both the vision and instrumental ability to shape the music into what we think of as 'Yes music'. Its also went beyond vocals and keyboards in my opinion. The albums featuring other guitarists just don't seem like Yes to me. The change between Time and a Word and The Yes Album was massive and also the change between Drama and 90125 stylistically.
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Originally posted by mister nobody mister nobody wrote:

Originally posted by dwill123 dwill123 wrote:

Bill Bruford, looked what happened to them after he left.  Pretty much nothing.

Thank god he left Yes.

And my choice would be Steve Howe, easily.


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Steve Howe beyond any doubt.

His style is characteristic and his inclusion marked the rise of the band.

Squire comes close second, and I just wish Anderson would had left Yes long time ago

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