Davison, who also played acoustic guitar, tambourine and xylophone, did a fantastic job on vocals, making the songs his own without losing the touch and timbre of Anderson's originally recorded performance. He sounded so much like Anderson that, listening with eyes closed, it was hard to tell the difference. Many audience members were heard commenting on how much they liked the singer's performancehow good he sounded and that he "hit all of Jon Anderson's high notes."
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