I'm really disappointed. I was expecting twenty or thirty reviews of this album! Is it THAT much of a secret album, or just looked down on by purists who will only consider Yes to be Yes if it says Yes on the tin? To these aged ears, "ABWH" is a downright marvellous piece of Prog Yes, with four-fifths of the CTTE/GFTO line-up doing what they do best, supporting Anderson's dreamworld, building arrangements, swopping licks, understanding dynamics and still rocking out like madmen. What is best about prog is that it takes its damn time working through the possibilities of the tracks, what works, what doesn't and coming up with the best possible incarnation of a track before committing it to vinyl/silicon/history. And there is nothing on this album that doesn't work magnificently. Nothing that doesn't send a thrill up the spine. Nothing that doesn't make your feet and heart skip a beat. I have always loved Howe's playing and his work here is exemplary. Wakeman provides those swelling sonic backdrops, Bruford provides the excellent percussion, both normal and electronic. The album is a Yesophile dream, and it is noteworthy that the Anderson-free Squire-led "Fly From Here" sounds amazingly like this album. Ah, the yes-snob; there's no-one quite like 'em, is there?