It's good to see other people agreeing on the majesty surrounding Anderson's voice and the way it is used specifically in All Good People. What a unique arrangement all around. And agreed once more on it being a classic rock radio standout. One of those songs that comes on and you turn it up a little louder, your eyes get a little wider and the song's imagery coats the road home.
The Yes Album has always been one of my favorite Yes releases. Even so it's still them burgeoning into the cornerstone prog band, just a step or so behind their upcoming best full statements. Perhaps a testament to, really, what a great band Yes was. _________________ Attention all planets of the solar federation: We have assumed control.
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