One defining characteristic of progressive rock seems to me to be its reluctance in dealing with lust, rather than love. Oh, there are notable exceptions, like "Rhythm of Love," ELP's "Still . . . You Turn Me On," and other examples, I'm sure. But these are very much exceptions to the rule--by in large, progressive rock, including Yes, doesn't deal with physical love, as opposed to most rock, which deals almost exclusively with it, more or less.
Roan's Lady wrote:Do you boar easily, Greenglade??
jackaranda wrote:I've never associated Yes music with sex. To me, it's about expanding my consiousness and the Universe and so on.
When I saw Hots used the way it was in Buffalo 66, I thought nah.....doesn't work. That song means going to another world, or another life, for me.
Roan's Lady wrote:What you say Yes music does for you is what sex does, at least in part, for many.
Aventure wrote:yes but his size-47 shoes would get in the way. You could put oars on them muther f*ckers and have a couple of rowboats. Look at the picture in the Yesshows tour booklet. You could use his feet for public transportation!
tardistraveler wrote:I've always heard there's a correlation between shoe and penis size . . .
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