I will say right from the start that when Drama was released under the Yes banner I was both thrilled and perplexed. Thrilled as I actually liked the music on offer. Perplexed because my favourite Yes members weren't on it. I was younger in those days, life was simpler and I felt a traitor liking this bastard child of an album without Jon Anderson or Rick Wakeman. That said when I bought Drama I was heavily into 35mm photography and "I am a Camera" became a personal favourite of mine having just come back from a photographic sojourn to Cornwall. Fly from here does have overtones of Drama and several other Yes albums as you would expect but I'm still not sure if it really constitutes a Yes album in its own right. The songs are pleasant enough and although "Fly from Here" is in several parts I would still have liked at least one long powerful track like "Awaken" or even "Turn of the Century" which I find a moving powerful tear jerker of a ride. Apart from the title track "The Man You Always Wanted Me to be" and "Into the Storm" stand out to me, flashes of past Yes greatness hear and there. One last thing, I have always loved Chris Squires bass playing, that big surging bass line at the forefront of the music and I don't think it's quite as strong here. It's an interesting offering, enjoyable and I think we should be grateful that Yes are still going strong whatever the line up. Worth purchasing and perhaps we shouldn't really always look to the past as the music we play is also of its time and what we as individuals are doing or involved in at that time as it becomes personal to each and every one of us. Onward through the night!