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Yes - The Yes Album

 
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Yes - The Yes Album
I can't take a road trip without this CD.. Give it a listen if you never heard it... Enjoy!

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Yes are amazing! Bravo
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Reminds of Emerson, Lake & Palmer in a lot of ways.

One of the most talented bands of the early 70's.
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Saw them on in a recent concert series, just flawless after all these years....And You and I was done perfectly....never, ever get tired of any of it...
Definitely not made for this world--at least not this century.

...you are dangerous to everyone---not because you are ungifted, but because you embrace evil with your teachings. In so doing, in trying to be kind, to be unselfish, in trying to be nonjudgmental, you allow evil to become far more powerful than it otherwise would. You refuse to see evil, and so you welcome it among you. You allow it to exist. You give it power over you. You are a people who have welcomed death and refuse to denounce it. You are an empire naked to the shadow of evil. Terry Goodkind, NAKED EMPIRE
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I enjoy this as much as Dark Side of the Moon.. if not more.
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10/07/2012 08:09 PM
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I enjoy this as much as Dark Side of the Moon.. if not more.
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Yes indubidably!
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They don't get the recognition they deserve. Howe, Squire, Wakeman...3 of the most talented musicians rock has ever heard. This album had Kaye playing keys instead of Wakeman, but it also had Bruford on drums. But any album that had Squire and Howe was incredible, imo.

Soon, oh soon, the Light.
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One of my favorites.

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10/07/2012 08:25 PM
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One of the BEST albums ever made. Even if you don't like 'symphonic rock' - I don't - this album is a must listen!

Still spin this every now and than.

btw, another of these 'must listen albums is


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One of the BEST albums ever made. Even if you don't like 'symphonic rock' - I don't - this album is a must listen!

Still spin this every now and than.

btw, another of these 'must listen albums is


 Quoting: RoXY


You just named 2 of my top 26 albums ever. ;-`)

Ian Anderson and Jon Anderson are SAVANTS.

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One of the BEST albums ever made. Even if you don't like 'symphonic rock' - I don't - this album is a must listen!

Still spin this every now and than.

btw, another of these 'must listen albums is


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Thanks RoXY.. Love Jethro Tull too!
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Love the Talk CD too.. beautiful and underrated.

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Thanks RoXY.. Love Jethro Tull too!
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Than here's an 'edited' live version of Thick as a Brick at Madison Square Garden in New York City, October 1978 for you...


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Thanks RoXY.. Love Jethro Tull too!
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Than here's an 'edited' live version of Thick as a Brick at Madison Square Garden in New York City, October 1978 for you...


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Thanks again! Ur Da Bestest! peace
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It's Ok...but there are better yes albums
- Close to the Edge
- Tales from Topographic Oceans
- Relayer
- Going for the One

(at least in my opinion)
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It's Ok...but there are better yes albums
- Close to the Edge
- Tales from Topographic Oceans
- Relayer
- Going for the One

(at least in my opinion)
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Those are for more refined musical tastes.. The Yes Album was an album everyone can enjoy..
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10/07/2012 09:51 PM

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The Yes Album was perhaps the best Prog Album of all time. Tony Kaye was excellent on keyboards. Still listen to it after all these years.
free your inner baboon.
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10/07/2012 09:58 PM

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Saw them live in consert at The Fillmore in San Fransico in 1972! Great band, thanks for the Album.

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Have had the pleasure of seeing Yes +/-15 times over the years starting in 1974 (my first concert)...

One of my all time favorites...too bad Jon Anderson's voice crapped out


BTW- Yes is the official band of the BLA!!!
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Have had the pleasure of seeing Yes +/-15 times over the years starting in 1974 (my first concert)...

One of my all time favorites...too bad Jon Anderson's voice crapped out


BTW- Yes is the official band of the BLA!!!
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He's feeling better... not what he was.. but enough to tour..

[link to www.jonanderson.com]
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The Yes Album was perhaps the best Prog Album of all time. Tony Kaye was excellent on keyboards. Still listen to it after all these years.
 Quoting: hapless moran


+1

Six beautifull, powerfull & timeless tracks on one album...

Here's another all time favourite of mine:



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Have had the pleasure of seeing Yes +/-15 times over the years starting in 1974 (my first concert)...

One of my all time favorites...too bad Jon Anderson's voice crapped out


BTW- Yes is the official band of the BLA!!!
 Quoting: Brianless Moran


He's feeling better... not what he was.. but enough to tour..

[link to www.jonanderson.com]
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That's great news...I hadn't heard...thanks!

My first concert was at the Astrodome in Houston, and included Yes, John McLaughlin and the Mahavishnu Orchestra, Gryphon, and Montrose.

I was 15...had just started smoking weed...what a concert!!!
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Never thought I'd get so many responses.. GLP you give me hope!
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Anyone here know about Glass Hammer? They are the Yes of the 21st Century.
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Anyone here know about Glass Hammer? They are the Yes of the 21st Century.
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I've heard them,, they are good.. but it just doesn't grow on me like YES does.
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bump
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Yes is one of the top 3 bands of all time.
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Yes is one of the top 3 bands of all time.
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Everyone willing to give them a listen falls in love with them..
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The album "Close To The Edge" from YES was recently re-mixed by none other than Steve Wilson of PORCUPINE TREE, his solo stuff is fantastic as well...I learned of PT from a thread on GLP and was amazed to find out they've been around since the early 90's, only found out about them last year. Lots of people with musical "taste" here, easily one of my newest favorite bands.

If you're interested in some additional good music, check them out !

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