The Daily Courier
Yes goes back to its classics
Members of Yes are, from left, Chris Squire , Alan White , Geoff Downes , Steve Howe and Jon Davison .
William Shatner - Seeking Major Tom
What an interesting ride had leading into this album. First, I heard about the concept of Shatner working with a lot of great rock musicians to do an album of space related covers.
Reading Eagle/Reading Times
'Yes' an enduring presence on rock scene
Making music for 45 years is no small feat for a band. But that's how long Yes, that pioneer of progressive rock, has been around, with various lineups, of course.
Carlo Rotellaa Yes vote for bombast
Yes was in the air back then, and while I never sought out or even particularly liked the band's music, I felt that its sincere commitment to being a prog-rock juggernaut of bombast commanded a certain respect.
Fragile showcases Yes at its' very finest; accessible yet extremely progressive
In the late '60s and early '70s, as progressive rock became more and more mainstream, many bands found themselves gaining more and more popularity by simply writing and performing the music that they felt most connected to.