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THE YES ALBUM

Yes

 

Symphonic Prog

4.29 | 2832 ratings

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fredfontes
5 stars This was one of my first Prog rock Albums, and what a beginning!! Yours is no disgrace is my favourite Yes Song. This album is really plenty of very high points, lots of good arrangements. Starship trooper (with the crescendo guitar solo - Wurm) is simply fantastic. Spectacular guitar and bass playing. One kind of album solid based on songs, instead of concept ideas (an Yes trademark) that really rocks!! Almost every second of this record is truly amazing. My reviews about yes are really showing me how i really like this band, itīs very funny to think about these albums separately. Iīve always listened to them as a group of albums: 1) proto prog era (two first ones) 2) Golden era (from Yes Album till Tormato) 3) Drama (different record that doesnīt fit with any definition) 4) Stupid Rabin Era (90125 till Talk) and 5) Reconstruction efforts (from Keys to now). The way I listen to an album from Yes is pretty influenced by the previous knowledge about the fragmentation of Yes music.. Maybe they could repeat the same level of musicianship that was observed in Yes album, maybe not..Anyway it will be Ever a GREAT prog rock band (my second best favourite, Emerson Lake & Palmer is on the top.
fredfontes | 5/5 |

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