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Appropriate for its time. Jon Anderson not lost here in late 80s style. Worth the entrance fee for "Brother of Mine".
Which is why its Album only !! "The Meeting" is stunning.
Dig Rick Wakeman...!!!! Majestic.
Get into the album entitled "Yes". I'll "see you" there......"looking around".
Prog just simmered in the 80s - ready to leap from the flames.

Not YES - but still OK

For any hard and fast YES fans this album came out at a weird time. With the Buggles version of YES hovering around making a lot of noise and publicity; these four, plus I understand the very excellent Tony Levin [?] on bass - especially for live gigs - tried to plug the gap for those missing the Anderson & Wakeman sounds. So there are good moments - even fleetingly inspired classic or just really moving moments: e.g 'Birthright' [based around the testing of Atomic Bombs in Australia?] and also the wonderful piano led 'The Meeting'. Other bits will frustrate or annoy you.
Nevertheless, for the hardened fan like me whose vinyl version wore out long ago, or curious newcomers, it's a necessary addition to the library. Worth a go - and the price for once on iTunes is about right.

Yes in all but name

A truly exceptional effort by the guys at YES bringing progressive music and the 80s together, although not as brilliant as Close to the edge, Relayer or perhaps even 90125 depending on your tastes, it is highly recommended for all YES/ jon anderson fans.


Formed: 1989

Genre: Prog-Rock/Art Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

The group Yes has had a long and complicated history. By 1989, there were two different factions, one led by bassist Chris Squire that owned the rights to the name "Yes," and this one, featuring singer Jon Anderson, drummer Bill Bruford, keyboard player Rick Wakeman, and guitarist Steve Howe. This quartet made an album, titled Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe, and went on the road playing what it called "An Evening of Yes Music, Plus," which occasioned a lawsuit....
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