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I fell in love with Yes somewhere in the late 70's. I guess I
really admired John Anderson's voice and the way Rick Wakeman
played the keyboards. Of course the artwork by Mr. Roger Dean
helped to influence me too. Yes really stood up for the environment
when all the problems of industry came in the forefront in the 70s.
I worked for Fairless Steel Works in the late 80s into the 90s and
I saw first hand how big corporations run their operations. Though,
most of the time USX was careful, we did have a some major incidents
with chemical dumping into the Delaware. I remember especially the
accidental dumping of some 9 1/2 hours of Chromic Acid which was
completely the fault of one of the operators in the Oil Recovery Area.
The artwork of Roger Dean puts a lot of emphesis on the world we live
in and a fantasy world. As you click through the albums, you will see
all the original works of this great artist. Maybe you too, will fall
in love Yes too if you already don't have the passion. Yes is progressive
rock music for the ages and they are definitely different from anyone now