Tommy Sawyer Posted September 17, 2012 Share Posted September 17, 2012 QUOTE (Soni @ Sep 16 2012, 05:19 PM) QUOTE (Sheldon Cooper @ Sep 16 2012, 02:19 PM) QUOTE (Xanadu93 @ Sep 14 2012, 09:08 PM) I got in the car this morning, put my iPod on shuffle, and "Yours is No Disgrace" came on. Whetting my appetite, I decided to play The Yes Album. This was followed by Fragile and CTTE. I'm on Tales at the moment, and I'd forgotten that it's actually a really good album, asides from most of "The Ancient". (Leaves of Green saves me from skipping that song altogether.) I think I'm going to go all the way through Drama tonight. Also, I really paid attention to Bruford's drumming when listening to those records he was on... I can only imagine how Relayer would have sounded if he was on it. As good a rock drummer as Alan White is, Yes really lost something when Bruford left. It was the first time that a band member was replaced by someone who was not better than the person who left. Bruford was also the first member to leave by his own choosing. I'm glad he did http://lirama.net/static/images/albumthumbs/51269.jpg Didn't know where you were going to go with that, at first. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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