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2.64 | 154 ratings

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2 stars Unlike most Yes fans, I'm fond of the first two album simply because they sound SO different then what comes after. What thrilled me about these live recordings from their first two years is the energy and rockiness they project. Sure, the sound is terrible in spots, but at times Jon is singing his heart out, Bruford shows how masterful he is, Squire is thrashing his bass and Banks is up front, wailing his guitar. It seems that only Kaye's keyboards suffer the most sound-wise. Although songs are duplicated on both discs, the one that are tend to be my personal favorites, (Then, Sweet Dreams, Everydays). Now, what to rate this one? For fans of Yes, it's a definate 3 star album. For newbies, 2 stars. So, rounded off 2.5 stars.
NJprogfan | 2/5 |


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