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Roundabout
Yes
Fragile
Fragile
RaitingFF
Family Friendly
Information
Released 1971
Genre Progressive
Language English
Length 8:37
Source Rock Band 3
also Nintendo DS setlist
Available October 26, 2010
Playable in
Rock Band 3
Difficulty
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Basic Pro
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Bass redReddevilReddevilReddevilReddevilReddevil redReddevilReddevilReddevilReddevilReddevil
Drums redReddevilReddevilReddevilReddevilReddevil redReddevilReddevilReddevilReddevilReddevil
Keys redReddevilReddevilReddevilReddevilReddevil redReddevilReddevilReddevilReddevilReddevil
Vocals 5FcircleFcircleFcircleFcircleFcircle 5FcircleFcircleFcircleFcircleFcircle
Details
Male singer
Guitar Solo
Bass Solo
Keys Solo
Vocal Cowbell
3-part Harmonies



"Roundabout" is a song by Yes which was their breakthrough hit that remains one of their most well-known songs. An edited version was released as a single and introduced many new listeners to the band. (thanks, Ryan - Marion, IA)

Written by Jon Anderson and Steve Howe, this song is known as a showcase for the musicianship of Yes, notably the keyboard work of Rick Wakeman and the acoustic guitar intro played by Howe. Fragile was Wakeman's first album with the band. (thanks, ni - mechanicsburg, PA)

The lyrics describe a psychedelic-country life, with allusions to driving. A roundabout is a kind of traffic circle.

VideoEdit

Rock Band 3 - Roundabout by Yes - Full Band Expert - 720p HD08:56

Rock Band 3 - Roundabout by Yes - Full Band Expert - 720p HD

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