All posts tagged "Steven Wilson Yes remaster"

  • YES’s Yes: The Beginnings

    Prog Sphere's Conor Fynes writes about the debut album of the progressive rock's one of the finest bands - Yes!

  • YES: Going For the One

    Going for the One marked the end of an era for Yes, what I outline in this and other reviews as the band’s ‘golden era’. Spanning from The...

  • Classic YES

    What is the problem with best-of compilations in progressive rock? It’s certainly not that progressive bands aren’t deserving of them, or even that there isn’t...

  • YES: Topographic Oceans and Its Tales

    Before the notion was rightly dismissed by the others, Jon Anderson was said to have expressed a wish to record Tales from Topographic Oceans in the middle...

  • YES: Flashing Back to Relayer

    Imagine you are somewhere, whereupon you meet two beautiful women. From the onset, it’s clear they are sisters; both of them are alike in their...

  • YES’ Fragile: Everything But Not Fragile

    A crescendo draws steadily out of my set of speakers. As I prepare for a rocking riff to open up the album, the crescendo deceptively...

  • ALAN WHITE: Creative Adventures

    Alan White is a musician who needs no introduction. A man who contributed drum work to some of the progressive rock’s most precious records and...

  • THE YES ALBUM Is 43 Today

    Yes‘ third album was released on this day 43 years ago, and is the first record to feature guitarist Steve Howe, and the last with keyboardist...

  • YES: Close to the Edge, Down by a River

    For the longest time, I couldn’t understand why people raved over Yes‘ fifth album. There was no doubt Close to the Edge enjoyed sophistication and...