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Yes — "Madrigal"

From Wikipedia:
"Madrigal" is a song performed by progressive rock band Yes. It is featured as track number 3 in their 1978 album Tormato. The song was written by Jon Anderson and Rick Wakeman, and features an string arrangement made by Andrew Pryce Jackman, an original idea of Rick Wakeman.

The song features a clavichord in its entireness and vocals made by Anderson. Being a quite artistic song, it does not match much with the rest of the album, due to its simplicity of just one instrument, mi
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rare promo from Tormato featured on the new Yes 2DVD set "Yes, A Celebration - 1969-1979" Featured concert of this 2-DVD set is Live at Queens Park Rangers Stadium 1975, more info at:
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MADRIGAL
I will be there said my friend of a distant life
Covered in greens of a golden age, set in stone
Follow me "he sounded of dreams supreme" follow me
Drifting within the glow and the after-glow of the eve

And if that firelight, I could match the inner flame
Sacred ships do sail the seventh age

Cast off your garments of fear, replace them with love
Most of all play with the game
Live at Wembley, London Oct 28th 1978.

Anderson, Howe, Squire, Wakeman White at the peak of Yes's power and glory in the late 70's.