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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    An awesome debut album!

    Before Rick Wakeman, Patrick Moraz, Igor Koroshev, Geoffrey Downes, Trevor Rabin, Trevor Horn, Alan White, and eventually Steve Howe who would later join Yes in 1970, but then in 1971 he would replace Peter Banks on guitar. In 1991, every Yes member except for Peter Banks would contribute on Yes' Union album. As for this debut self titled album, everything on it is great from start to finish, and it features Yes doing some cover songs like the Byrds' "I See You", The Beatles' "Every Little Thing", and "Everydays", which would be featured on Yes' "Time And A Word" album, and also they do their take on Leonard Bernstein from The West Side Story, and the song is "Something's Coming" which has two versions of it, and last, but not least, this album features their first hit song "Survival". Every Yes fan will most definately enjoy this outstanding album.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great debut

    Yes' debut effort shares the same earnest excitement with the debut of their heroes, the Beatles. Though not considered classic Yes, the melodicism, the boundary pushing music and even multi-part song arrangments are recognisable features on the album. It should be of great interest to fans of the seventies albums, as Anderson is just spreading his lyrical wings in songs like Survival and Beyond And Before, Bruford plays well, and though it is quite low in the mix on this album, Chris Squires crunchy bass work is also present. It's mainly the ballads that falter, but thats probably my disappointment at Anderson singing about love and not being the roundabout. The best thing about the album is that it plays more like a traditional rock record, something Yes were to forsake for the more grandiose experiments in the following years. Worth getting hold of.

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