All posts tagged "Yes"

  • Yes – Symphonic Live

    Whatever doubts I may have had about post-90125 Yes were dispelled with 2001′s Magnification. Sure, most of the 90s had been wasted on bad pop and lazy songwriting,...

  • Yes – Magnification

    In so many ways, Magnification rides on the precedent set by The Ladder. As was the case on The Ladder, the strong epic tracks may not be quite enough...

  • Yes – The Ladder

    If The Ladder had a voice and could literally speak to its listeners, here’s what I think it would say: “…well, hey everybody! So, I know that...

  • Yes – Keys to Ascension 2

    Even if it fell short of its promise to bring back Yes as they were in their golden age, the Keys to Ascension duology made for a thankful respite,...

  • Yes – Keys to Ascension 1

    As well-intentioned as some of their reinventions may have been over the course of their career, Yes have been notoriously bad at handling lineup changes since their...

  • Yes – Yesshows

    There seems to be a general consensus that Yes‘ first live album Yessongs is something of a masterpiece. At two hours and six sides long, it takes the...

  • STEVEN WILSON’s Remix of YES’ “Relayer” Scheduled for November 3

    Relayer is confirmed as the third release in the series of Steven Wilson remixed Yes albums to be issued in 5.1 & new stereo high-resolution audio configuration....

  • Yes – Yessongs

    I’ll start this off by admitting that, for the longest time, I’ve had my doubts surrounding the worth of live albums. There’s a dimension of...

  • Yes – Open Your Eyes

    It seems mediocrity is the only thing that doesn’t excite me these days. Unfortunately, there’s a disproportionately large amount of it out there. In progressive...

  • Yes – 9012Live: The Solos

    9012Live is a whimpering example of a lost opportunity. With the Trevor Rabin era of Yes still making its first bold steps, a live album would have made...