- I like the album as well and have it on high rotation on my car system. I warmly refer to it as Side Two of Drama. Has anyone heard from the JapaneseMessage 1 of 7 , Aug 6, 2011View SourceI like the album as well and have it on highrotation on my car system. I warmly referto it as 'Side Two of Drama..'Has anyone heard from the Japanese edition,the extra track, 'Hour of Need?' My firstimpression on Steve's solo placed therethat it was a filler, and maybe they had run outof suitable material. With the extra track on theJapanese release - maybe not.Paul ;-)Nz
From: Noah Lesgold <nlesgold@...>
Sent: Sunday, 7 August 2011 5:35 AM
Subject: Re: [ProgAndOther] New Yes albumOn Sat, 6 Aug 2011, marabus wrote:
> I picked it up recently after hearing it via our bass players copy.
> I like it.No it's not Close To The Edge part 2 but it's good IMO.
> My only complaint is the Steve Howe solo track at the end.
> His solo music should be on his solo cdsJMO
I agree! It's a clear break from the approach taken on the early Yes
albums that never let him have his own solo pieces on group albums.
"Shelfcore. After an initial listen, the CD automatically is relegated to
being put away far from reach where you'll never accidentally play it
again." --John Chedsey reviewing Embodyment's _Embrace the Eternal_
- I like the new album a lot but am still getting used to non-Anderson vocals. Good hooks in this one, and it continues to improve with each subsequent listen. IMessage 2 of 7 , Aug 7, 2011View SourceI like the new album a lot but am still getting used to non-Anderson vocals. Good hooks in this one, and it continues to improve with each subsequent listen.
I picked this up along with 2nd Hands by the Gorishankar, and Spectrum, the 73ish classic by Billy Cobham. Not a bad spin among them