This vinyl acetate platter lasted 22½ minutes - enough time, using both sides, to listen to Beethoven's 'Eroica', or the first part of Yes's Tales From Topographic Oceans, should it ever come to that.
What does TFTO stand for?
TFTO stands for Tales from Topographic Oceans (Yes album)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
In 1974 the band released what many believe was a mistake, the gigantic double album Tales from Topographic Oceans, which was basically four 20-minute rambles on religious themes.
It's a truism that there's no such thing as a good drum solo -not even Alan White's epic exploration of time and space on side four of Tales from Topographic Oceans.
But have pity on her poor character, Barbara: Her son has taken to writing essays on the prog rock horror Tales From Topographic Oceans by Yes.
Tales from Topographic Oceans (HHH) is the album that almost sank the band.
Are we really ready for Tales from Topographic Oceans 2003?
Still to come was the fantastic Close to the Edge and the troubled Tales from Topographic Oceans, but we leave Yes here on the cusp of world domination.
Close to the Edge, Tales From Topographic Oceans, Relayer and Going For the One form their core repertoire and, despite calling down ribald mirth from critics and Lou Reed fans, these albums have endured.