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Movements Part Start Time Length The Solid Time Of Change 0:00 6:04 Total Mass Retain 6:04 1:55 I Get Up, I Get Down 7:59 6:14 Seasons Of Man 14:13 4:30

I. The Solid Time of Change The progressive nature of the piece is revealed immediately as the song fades in with the sounds of running water, wind chimes, and birds chirping; a layering of sounds derived primarily from "environmental tapes" collected by… read more


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  • Avatar for hurricane_mario
    keyboard game is strong
  • Avatar for Javinry
    In my Top 10 of greatest songs ever made, the organ climax and the final climax always gets me. And of course the song structure is carefully crafted, intelligent, complex, beautiful...
  • Avatar for petross85
    5 musicians at the absolute peak of their powers, the result is almost impossible to top, nothing before or since has done so in my opinion. Absolute perfection
  • Avatar for elf-culture
    ahhhhh it's still so beautiful. this track sounds great off of Yessongs too
  • Avatar for hessel-z
    This song is perfect in every possible way. It starts off with the most powerful and best fucking intro I have ever heard. The "I get up I get down" section always puts tears in my eyes and the final climax, my favorite moment in music ever, always brings up so many emotions I find really hard to describe. Not just prog, but rock music overall doesn't get any better than this.
  • Avatar for hessel-z
    My favorite song of all time...
  • Avatar for Cassandra-Leo
    The first time I heard this I didn't know what the hell to make of it. By the fifth play it was one of my favourite songs of all time, and it has been ever since. I still can't decide whether this or "And You and I" is the best song Yes ever recorded, but they're both among the best progressive rock songs in history.
  • Avatar for Philbitar
    R.I.P. Chris
  • Avatar for Petdak
    This song really helped me through some rough times
  • Avatar for csrog69
    Prog Rock oh Yes....

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