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Category: Prog Rock
Label: Beyond Records
Catalog Number: 391-2
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Jon Anderson Lead Vocals, Midi Guitar, Acoustic Guitar|
Steve Howe Acoustic And Electric Guitars, Mandolin, Vocals
Chris Squire Bass, Vocals
Alan White Drums, Percussion, Vocals, Piano
|1. ||Magnification ||7:15|
|2. ||Spirit Of Survival ||6:01|
|3. ||Don't Go ||4:26|
|4. ||Give Love Each Day ||7:43|
|5. ||Can You Imagine ||2:58|
|6. ||We Agree ||6:30|
|7. ||Soft As A Dove ||2:17|
|8. ||Dreamtime ||10:45|
|9. ||In The Presence Of ||10:24|
|10. ||Time Is Time ||2:08
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|Total Running Time:|| 60:27|
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||Date: June 23, 2004 at 22:33|
|Highilights include the title track and "Dreamtime" - the latter contains probably the best interaction between the band and orchestra on the album. Those who dislike eighties Yes should probably avoid a couple of tracks: "Don't Go" is one of those poppy tracks of the style that Jon Anderson keeps churning out. "Give Love Each Day" is a syrupy ballad saved by some very good arrangement on either side of the main theme. This is a good CD but seems to be missing something.
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