You can’t study progressive rock history without finding its roots entangled with the highly influential group, Yes, during the late ’60s and ’70s. Drummer, Bill Bruford, uses a unique groove throughout the intro, playing fast creatively-placed backbeats on the snare against straight quarters on the ride. Bruford plays another inspiring pattern in the verses and choruses, playing a half-time groove with a snare backbeat every fifth hi-hat stroke. Talk about messing with the time signature!
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