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Yes (Official Thread)

Discussion in 'Progressive Rock' started by Reverend Rock, Dec 9, 2005.

  1. Sweaty

    Sweaty ThE OtHeR rAmOnE

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    Just picked up the latest Yes album and it is a great album, vocals are great and seeing them live with this vocalist just makes sense, he is so close to Anderson. A lot of people have knocked the album, saying it's not really Yes, I disagree, there may be a lack of 25 minute songs but the band have moved on.

    I hope they are around for some time and continue to release great albums, here is a great track off the new album.

    Yes - Subway Walls

     
  2. recgord27

    recgord27 Walking down a dusty road

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    Not a bad song. Chris Squire's distinctive bass lines still coming through. I look forward to getting a copy eventually. New singer does sound like Jon Anderson as well. :grinthumb
    Thanks Sweaty :)
     
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    I`m a totally nutcase for the TFTO another`s here with me...:bow:
     
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    tales from yes

    which off the four tracks off Tales From Topographic Oceans is IYHO the best piece of music...
     
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    I guess I narrowly choose "The Revealing Science of God" over "Ritual." "Revealing..." is very much "classic" Yes to my ears. The other two pieces serve are cures for insomnia.
     
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    love the artwork...
     
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    yes I`d go along with that. its IMHO great slice of PROGRESSIVE ROCK.
    first time I heard it was like falling in love with and EX :grinthumb
     
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    must`ve the classic TFTO playing today has I haven't heard it in 6mths :wtf: yeah right. its flip a coin cd or vinyl:woot:
     
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    I know someone who saw Yes yesterday in Texas but now that Squire has died i don't think any of the 1970s members are even in the band. Maybe quotes should be placed around the band name. Or, instead of Yes, call them Maybe.
     
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    You're right, @JimJam. Squire's death really impacted the band. No one can replace a legend. RIP Chris Squire
     

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