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9 thoughts on “ Circus Of Heaven - Yes - Tormato (Cassette, Album)

  1. Most Yes albums have tracks, all of which are brilliant. Tormato has four brilliant tracks, one average tracks and three boring tracks. If they had have just made it Five songs long, like `Going For The One,' its much loved predecessor then this album would be perfect. As it stands, this is almost a great album but with a few filler tracks (The only song I actively skip is `Circus of Heaven,')/5().
  2. Live soundboard recording of Yes – Circus Of Heaven is from April 04, during the “Tormato” tour. It was recorded at the Le Colisee' de Quebec in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Tormato on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - 7 ,Atlantic - • Format: Cassette Album, Reissue • Country: US • .
  4. The album that came to be known as "Tormato" really should have been called "Yes Tor." The actual Yes Tor, a high point of land in the county of Devon in southwestern England, can be seen on the album's cover, behind the man in the suit with the dowsing rods, and the tomato splatter/5().
  5. Play Album Share Tormato ’ s “ Don’t Kill the Whale” was their last successful single for years; the soaring “ Onward” almost but not quite redeems the twee silliness of “ Arriving UFO ” and “ Circus of Heaven.”.
  6. The '70s model of Yes runs out of gas. Recorded in a morale slump and an impending haze of drink, Tormato's decent tunes are sabotaged by Rick Wakeman's increasing penchant for cheesy textures and the band's thin overall sound. "Don't Kill the Whale" was their last successful single for years; the soaring "Onward" almost but not quite redeems the twee silliness of "Arriving UFO" and "Circus of.
  7. Jan 24,  · The Jon Anderson-penned “Circus of Heaven” continues the trend of inconsistency which plagues ’s Top 10 album Tormato. Yes begins promisingly with Alan White’s tasteful triangle work and Steve Howe’s inventive steel guitar work.
  8. Tormato is the ninth studio album by English progressive rock band Yes. It was released on 22 September on Atlantic Records, and is their last album with singer Jon Anderson and keyboardist Rick Wakeman before their departure from the group in and the last album to feature the lineup of Anderson, Wakeman, Chris Squire, Steve Howe and Alan White until 's Keys to .
  9. Tormato, an Album by Yes. Released 12 August on Elektra (catalog no. R2 ; CD). Genres: Progressive Rock, Symphonic Prog.

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