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Davison just does not have it, even in a good song.
John Davison clearly is on a high but I feel actually sorry for the guy as I doubt if there is any ‘old school’ Yes fan who will take this album really seriously.
That, to me, isn't the fans' fault... it shows that the band doesn't even think very much of their music.
Here is one question for the (at this point) one hundred different five star reviewers of this album: How many stars would Fragile get? Seventeen? How many for Close to the Edge? Read morePublished 3 days ago by roger
How should I describe this one? I can't come up with nothing but the word snoozefest. If you have problems with falling asleep or staying asleep, this album will take care of this... Read morePublished 5 days ago by oortcloud
Much like the release of Fly From Here and hearing the various reviews on that album, I wanted to take time on Heaven and Earth to process what Yes has created before laying out my... Read morePublished 7 days ago by E. Zaugg
It's definitely Yes. You can hear the Yes flavor throughout. But, it tends to get sleepy after awhile. Read morePublished 16 days ago by L. Cunningham
Davison Heaven and Earth is fresh and new and his lyrics are superb, positive. If one claims to be a Yes fan then they have to be accepting of change. Read morePublished 26 days ago by John
Yes is almost always recording at least a well equipped, functioning submarine so to speak. However, this release is more like a well functioning row boat. Read morePublished 27 days ago by J. Walker
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Actually, Rick is the keyboard player on Tormato. The band was actually working on a studio album after Tormato which was to be produced by Roy Thomas Baker (this new album's producer). Both Jon and Rick walked during the the recording sessions leaving Chris, Steve and Alan with studio time and... Read More
May 31, 2014 by Grateful Jerry | See all 53 posts
|The Angels weep||
I can see this view of "No Anderson = No "Yes", but since the Anderson-less Yes is the only one touring, I actually went and saw them last year. I'm a drummer and big fan of Alan White and of Squire and Howe too, so while I would have much preferred to have had Anderson aboard, he... Read More
Jun 3, 2014 by zlh67 | See all 65 posts
|Preview? Steve Howe?||
In three interviews Howe has referred to the album as "very bright" sounding. To me, this could mean something very good or something very bad. I did not really enjoy Fly From Here(there some good moments), but I would rather they experiment within the "Yes-sound", similar to... Read More
May 27, 2014 by Rhinebeck | See all 52 posts
|If you have Squire and Howe, you have Yes!||
I mostly agree, but the two you could never do without in a Yes line-up are Squire and White. I love every member's contribution, though you could still be sans Howe or Anderson(Drama is a personal fave and the Howe-less eras provided some great material - a flashy Rabin or a jazzy Peter Banks,... Read More
Jun 1, 2014 by squishflipcat | See all 20 posts
|To the "no Jon Anderson, no Yes" crowd:||
And "Into the Storm" was best song on Fly From Here. It was also the only fully collaborative one. Hopefully the new album will have more like these.
May 30, 2014 by Scooper12 | See all 17 posts
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