Learn, Improve, Win! If you want to get the edge over your opponents then this fencing training DVD is for you. Presented by an Olympic and World class coach, it is packed with expertise and information presented in an easy and logical way over six chapters. With instruction for both right and left-handed fencers.
With 1971's Fragile having left Yes poised quivering on the brink of what friend and foe acknowledged was the peak of the band's achievement, Close to the Edge was never going to be an easy album to make. Drummer Bill Bruford was already shifting restlessly against Jon Anderson's increasingly mystic/mystifying lyricism, while contemporary reports of the recording sessions depicted bandmate Rick Wakeman, too, as little more than an observer to the vast tapestry that Anderson, Steve Howe, and Chris Squire were creating…
This is the reissue of original 1971 release (according to discogs), an excellent sound edition. I invite you to compare with other issues (a reissue quite scarce.)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music.
Close to perfection
I know it's all been said before, but this really is the pinnacle. The title track in particular is pure prog perfection. Wakeman especially never sounded better, but the whole band excels both in terms of composition and performance.
You can watch the DVDs at any point in the program to reinforce what you’ve learned. In Get the Edge!: 7 Days to Transform your Life, you are personally coached by Tony Robbins about how to get the most out of this program and you will learn how to create muscle growth and shape your body into its ideal form in just 3-6 minutes per week. In Back from the Edge: Creating Everlasting Love DVD, you’ll watch a real life intervention, and see how to identify the real cause of relationship troubles, and how to solve them once and for all. After each audio session, you’ll open your journal to review the key concepts and to take immediate action on the day’s assignments.