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8 thoughts on “ Yes - Magnification (CD, Album) ”

  1. Vojin says:
    Magnification is the strongest, freshest set of new Yes material in a long time. Having thoroughly exhausted the world's supply of classically inclined rock keyboard players, the four remaining members of Yes have dispensed with that perennially bothersome ivory-tickling slot /5().
  2. Dibei says:
    For the first time in decades Yes paired with a symphony for "Magnification." It works in places and not in others. The band are to be commended for experimenting with new musical styles rather than more of the same old-same old Yes formula. Parts of the album are quite pretty, but others tend to meander/5(66).
  3. Jujar says:
    The "Magnification" album was the last album of new material from Yes with Jon Anderson/5(18).
  4. Megul says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Magnification on Discogs. Label: Eagle Records - EDGLT,Eagle Records - GAS EDGL • Format: 2x, CD HDCD, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Art Rock, Prog Rock, Symphonic Rock4/5(31).
  5. Zulura says:
    Feb 20,  · Magnification is the nineteenth studio album by progressive rock band Yes, released in It was the band’s first album of the new century, and their second with a full orchestra (the first being Time and a Word from ). It marked the band’s last studio album to date with vocalist Jon Anderson.4/5().
  6. Samujind says:
    Magnificationis YES‘ nineteenth studio album, released in It was the band’s first album of the new century, and their second with a full orchestra (the first being Time and a Wordfrom ). It marked the band’s last studio album to date with vocalist Jon Anderson.
  7. Vum says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Magnification on Discogs. Label: Ear Music - EMX • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue Vinyl LP, Album, Etched, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Art Rock, Prog Rock, Symphonic Rock.
  8. Tabei says:
    Released in , the Time and a Word album featured a string section, but the complete integration is what makes Magnification a superior work. The material on the CD is pretty standard modern Yes fare, but the addition of that symphony really does create a 6/

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