is a pleasant but minor compilation of early Yes
cuts. Steve Howe
and Rick Wakeman
put in an appearance on an up-tempo art-rock reworking of Paul Simon
's "America"; listen for Bill Bruford
's wah-wah bongos. The rest of this record is largely a showcase for the shunned talents of Tony Kaye
and Peter Banks
, although the song selections pass over the edgier material in favor of hazy tunes like "Survival." The previously unreleased "Dear Father" is a wonderful, if heavily orchestrated, evocation of youthful angst.