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Old 04-25-2011, 12:37 PM   #4 (permalink)
Lisnaholic
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Yeah, Trollheart, as we move on it`s easy to forget just how vivid some of those early musical experiences can be. Thanks for the reminder.

For me, it all started in my teens, when my older brother brought home an album by Yes. I could hear bits of it coming from his bedroom and was intrigued by Jon Anderson`s powerful but unusual vocals, so when my brother went out for the evening, I sneaked into his room and was soon lost in the beauty of Time And A Word .

Today, it seems to be a rather overlooked gem in the Yes catalogue, but it still speaks magic to me. Well, it`s their only album with lots of driving, soaring violin - what could be better ?

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