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Artist:Yes
Desc:RIP Chris Squire
Category:Music Videos, Alternative Progressive Indie Art
Tags:yes, bass, roundabout, Chris Squire, isolated
Submitted:jangbones
Date:06/28/15
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Lurchi
I love Yes (early Yes) and I cannot lie
John Holmes Motherfucker
I always thought of Chris Squire as one of the most distinctive bass players rock and roll ever had. You can't really get the full flavor without the band, though. He always knew exactly where to strike in relation to the other members. It was all about precision. I'm not a musician, so I may just be stating the obvious. But the main thing is that, all of these years later, I hear the name "Chris Squire", and I can hear a special sound in my head. Is there another bassist that you can say that for? Maybe John Entwhistle... sort of.
Maggot Brain
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