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that organ intro thoooo rick pls
Relayer 'unfocused'? We can't be listening to the same record.
amazing recovery by yes after topographic oceans and unfocused relayer. parallels is among their top 10 for sure.
R.I.P Chris Squire.
Not so high on the overall Yes chart. Which is too bad, it's always been one of my favourites. I think it's fantastic.
loved when they opened their show with this several years ago, great song from a wonderful album!
saw this tour--great song live
the best song on this album--especially the intro
I love this song. One of my faves from this album. It's worth owning (the 12" vinyl lp) just for the cover art package (by Hipgnosis I think), but this is one of the best Yes albums, too.
This is Groovy
Chris Squire is the God of Bass!
Thanks for this, Chris. 
Thanks for this, Chris.
Jon Anderson vocals are unique !
Wow, what a song. I can't stop looping, I get drowned in its greatness.
i had everything they released ... going for the one
20 listens later and I finally realise that this is one of the best they ever did. pipe organ. tasty.
Great album...great song...tasty bass line...great guitar and keyboard inteplay as well...just great!
Great track .
I love the album but to me, this is not one of their better songs.
Not enough church organ solos in rock music.
play it again
one of their late 70's highlights, love this song :)
totally brings me back.
love this song.
One of the great Yes tracks -- underappreciated IMHO
One of their best songs.
One of the best prog rock songs ever; even one of Yes' best.
The bass is yummy :)
Bonne pièce. Mais on ne se rapproche pas un peu de l'«Arena Rock»?
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