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Yes: Tales From Topographic Oceans (1973)

I hope everybody is ready for this. But in the days of old, there were some bands that thought they could be like Beethoven and elevate the genre of rock music into higher art — incorporating classical, eastern music, jazz and other genres with lengthy compositions that featured odd time-signatures, multiple movements, and things of that nature. 853 more words

Classic Rock

And You And I

Sad preacher nailed upon the coloured door of time;
Insane teacher be there reminded of the rhyme.
There’ll be no mutant enemy we shall certify; 90 more words


Discipline & Indiscipline

Friday is Fripp day

Time to dance the Fripp.
Sometimes when I think of something to be just too great, its often something I have listened too many many times. 421 more words


Bruford - Plays the Jazz drums.

Bill Bruford have been a dominant figure in Progressive Rock, taking part in a lot of projects, especialy known for his work on what most consider the highlights of Yes albums from 1969-1972, ”Fragile” ”Close to the Edge” ect.ect. 116 more words