For anyone interested in Yes this is a must have album as it catches the group right at the beginning of their career. These are mainly tracks that were recorded for broadcast on radio and it mainly consists of tracks that ended up on the first two albums. It's a bit rough and ready and the mixes are occasionally rather uneven. For example on one version of 'Something's coming' Peter Banks's guitar seems rather high in the mix. However, there is much to like here as the music is enthusiastically played and gives hints of the greatness that was yet to come! It also shows how some of the tracks were developed as 'For everyone' is basically what will become the second section of 'Starship trooper' from the 'Yes album'. The three star rating is more to do with the quality of the production (I'd probably have give it 3 1/2 but can't due to Amazon rating system) which is rather on the shoddy side. But saying that there is much here for the enthusiastic Yes fan who wants to know what they were doing early on.