Yesshows Live, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered
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Following on from the mammoth Yessongs live set this covers Yes from Relayer to Tormato.
The sound quality is brilliant and the tracks, though few in number, provide a taste of Yes in concert.
From the opening track, Parallels, you get a taste of Yes in full flow and near the height of their powers. I have also felt that listening to Yes live is better than Yes in the studio. Their sound seems to be more "alive" and fuller in concert than on most of their records, especially those from the early 70's.
Even Ritual, the best track from the over indulgent Topographic Oceans album, sounds far better live.
The best thing about this offering is that you do not get the solo items that were a big part of Yessongs but just the full ensemble tracks.
You also get to judge Patrick Moraz's keyboard sounds against those of Rick Wakeman. You decide which you prefer....
Well worth the cost to purchase a superb live album. One to recommend to fans and new comers.
The songs that are included? Well it is Yes in all their pomp and glory, and includes a truly wonderful version of the Gates of Delirium. What more do you need to know?
It might sound strange but in some ways this is an improvement over 'Yessongs' and his some ways it isn't as, despite a general improvement in production here, 'Yessongs' has an energetic and rawer sound than we have here. Still it's good to have some stuff with Patrick Moraz on keyboards and he a certainly does a fantastic job filling in for Rick Wakeman on 'Ritual'
If you're going to buy any Yes album, buy this one. SImple.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the second official Yes live album, following on from the highly regarded Yessongs.
What goes in favour of this album is that the release came about, around the... Read more
I don't think the song selection as good as "yessongs" but it's good those songs weren't repeated on another live album. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Graham in Birmingham
Great album, needed to replace my vinyl copy and for £4 why not.Published 16 months ago by Mark K. Backhurst
Yes at the peak of their powers in the mid - late 70s. The playing is awesome - particularly Steve Howe's guitar work and Rick Wakeman's key boards.Published on 1 Aug. 2013 by P. Cook