Jon Anderson ~ 1000 Hands

A brand new album from Jon Anderson, who you may know as the lead singer of Yes. If you’ve heard previous albums of Jon’s, this album sounds similar. It is definitely Jon. In between some of the songs you can hear birds chirping. It also has other sounds that you would hear on a Jon Anderson album. It also has some guests on the album including Chris Squire, recorded earlier, before his death, Alan White, Ian Anderson, Larry Coryell, Steve Morse, and Pat Travers. Also, Steve Howe shows up on “Now And Again”, which could make any Yes fan hope that maybe(?) Yes could possibly get together again. I’m probably hoping too much. Another song has a huge musical line up. The song is “Come Up”. This song, which is over 9 minutes long, which is nothing new for any Yes fan. This song includes Chick Corea, Chris Squire, Billy Cobham, Jean Luc-Ponty, Jonathan Cain, Larry Coryell, and Stu Hamm. Jon’s voice is strong, which to me means that hopefully we’ll get many more albums from Jon, whether it be solo, AWR, or Yes. I give this 5 out of 5 Music Guru stars.

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