I saw Yes a little over a year ago. I thought Jon Davison was okay. He does sound quite a bit like Anderson. I don't like the fact that they're making an album with him, though.
Based on what you've written about your Yes bootlegs, I would be very happy with Yes archive releases. That needs to happen. Also, how about some Jethro Tull archive releases? I mean, seriously, one of the greatest live bands...
: These are ridiculous questions. I like them!
: A. I arrange my rock/jazz albums
: alphabetically by artist and chronologically
: within each artist. I arrange my classical
: albums alphabetically by composer and
: alphabetically within each composer.
: Arranging my rating would drive me insane,
: not to mention that it would require me to
: know my ratings before I review them
: (spoiler: sometimes I change my rating in
: the middle of writing a review). Also, I
: sold "To the Power of Three" years
: B. Yes is putting out an album in July with
: Jon Davison (the lead singer of Glass
: Hammer) on vocals. I'm not happy about that.
: I also would probably vomit on the spot if
: Genesis somehow reunited and decided to make
: an album or go on tour.
: C. Yes needs to start issuing archive
: releases a la King Crimson and they need to
: do it now.
: D. It's actually not the very low graded
: albums that I regret listening to
: excessively; listening to one of them
: repeatedly can properly hone my anger and
: irritation so that I can get my thoughts
: down on paper. The ones I regret listening
: to excessively are the ones rated in the 5-9
: range that I'd listen to a bunch of times
: only to write a review that's 4 paragraphs
: E. Nah, I don't regret any of them.
: Reviewing gives me a chance to get my
: thoughts, good or bad, into an organized
: form, and I never regret that.
: F. None. You should send that in!
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