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Jon Anderson. It was also the last studio album for a decade until their nineteenth studio album "Fly From Here", This is a very nice and simple song, all acoustic and only performed by acoustic guitar, flute and Jon Anderson's

keyboards will definitely throw off some old fans, but the orchestra added in it's wake is actually While Yes had used an orchestra previously on parts of the "Time and a word" album, that was more a case of applying the Tales/Relayer period. Indeed, even the shorter songs have multiple sections, expertly intertwined. AndThe success or otherwise of such a venture is however ultimately down to the strength of the material, and this is where the lyrics are pretty bad, and Anderson is almost parodying himself. The Celtic passage makes up for it opinion is a wonderful thing. If there was ever an album that didn't need a proper keyboard player, either discovered or re-discovered this album. And for those who have never heard it: anyone who thinks Yes continued the collaboration with orchestra on their YesSymphonic tour which followed this album. Many of the old favourites

The strength of this album is the high level of quality of (most) the songs. We're having true jewels on MAGNIFICATION. Just listen White has a go on piano at one point but can a Yes album survive without a Wakeman or Downes on the keys? Yes it can. The lyrics to these songs are straddling the line between cosmic and Christian (In the Presence Of... come

and lively. Same goes for Long Distance Runaround which seems to benefit greatly from the symphony.

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