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The Yes Album

3 Ratings: 3.3
An album by Yes

Not quite the classic lineup (evenRick Wakemanwould not join untilFragile), but thanks to new recruitSteve Howehere for the first time is the mature Yes sound in all its sonic glory. On tracks like the barnstorming showpiece "Starship Trooper"Chris Squire's … see full wiki

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2 reviews about The Yes Album
review by . April 04, 2001
With this album, Yes asserted itself as a band that would quickly become one of the most important progressive rock bands ever. The Yes Album was the first in a string of stunning progressive albums (that ended with Going for the One) that all merit deference. While The Yes Album is not as experimental as "Relayer," or as epic as "Close to the Edge," the songwriting, while progressive, is still accessible and engaging. The addition of guitarist Steve Howe was significant, for he became one of the …
review by . February 09, 1999
posted in Music Matters
An excellent album indeed. The arrangements of the pieces of music(its hard to call these mere songs.) are out of this world. Much effort was put into the song-writing on this one. The instruments( including the vocals) blend in very nicely most notably Chris Squire's bass. Six numbers on an album may not punch everyone's ticket and sometimes it irks me a bit as well. However, Yes has put out a creative disc and it is a worthy purchase
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The Yes Album
Label: Atlantic UK
Artist: Yes
Release Date: August 16, 1994

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