The 21st album from this British band.
The band was a quintet with a lineup of drums, bass, guitars, organ, keyboards and vocals.
A new Yes album... hmm..... For some reasons, a lot of people became very hopeful when they heard the single from this album. I did not bother and I just continue to listen to and review other albums.
I had lost my faith in this once so brilliant band many albums ago.
What this one hour long album gives us is a mix of AOR and symphonic prog. The vocalist Jon Davison sounds like Jon Anderson. But he probably comes cheaper and is more tolerant of the material Yes cooked up for this album.
There is not much to feel joyful about on this album.
It is still a decent album but still one of their worst ever albums. The best thing is Steve Howe's albums and a handful of decent songs.
That aside.... avoid.