The 1970s were a particularly creative period for Yes, a time that found them working without boundaries or time restrictions. We came up with a list of our favorites from the era and spoke with founding member and bassist Chris Squire (as he was preparing to hit the road for a tour spotlighting three classic Yes albums from that same decade) to get his thoughts on most of the songs. (Former vocalist Jon Anderson also shared thoughts on a few other songs during a separate conversation prior to that.) Here is our list of the Top 10 Yes Songs of the ’70s.
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