Donnerstag, 7. Juli 2011


Yes - Live 1971

Yes - Live 1971 von prograrities
The 'classic' "Fragile"/"Close To The Edge" line-up of Yes - Jon Anderson (vocals), Steve Howe (guitars), Rick Wakeman (keyboards), Chris Squire (bass) and Bill Bruford (drums) - caught in live performance in 1971. Includes excerpts from "Your Move", "Long Distance Runaround", "Heart Of The Sunrise", "Yours Is No Disgrace", "Mood For A Day" and "Perpetual Change".

Yessongs - Yours is no disgrace

Yessongs - Yours is no disgrace von Elvenking7

YES - "Clap" written & performed by Steve Howe [3:28]
Live at the Rainbow Theatre, London, December 1972 Steve Howe: "It's the first song I ever wrote, and I think it's really a good piece. I wrote it on the 4th of August in 1969, when my oldest son, Dylan, was born. The very night that he was born, I finished the song. Originally, it was a dedication to Chet Atkins, but then it became a dedication to Dylan. It combined a lot of things I'd learned or imagined. I always wanted to write music, and when I decided to write solo guitar music, it was earth-shattering inside, because suddenly I was an independent person. I could stand up on stage and play Clap. That meant as much to me as it did to be in Yes." 
Taken from the YES live concert film 'YesSongs', available on DVD at 

Yes - "Relayer"

Yes - "Relayer" von prograrities
Selections from a Yes live performance focussing on the "Relayer" (1974) repertoire - "Gates Of Delirium", "Sound Chaser" and "To Be Over". The visuals are taken from the famous 1975 London Queens Park Rangers stadium concert, but the audio is from the Boston Gardens concert six months earlier due to the poor sonics of the QPR footage. Band consists of Jon Anderson (vocals, guitar), Steve Howe (guitar, vocals), Chris Squire (bass, vocals), Patrick Moraz (keyboards) and Alan White (drums, percussion).

Yes Live In Philadelphia (1979) Part 1- Siberian Khatru [10:48]

Yes playing at the Philadelphia Spectrum in June, 1979, during the Tormato supporting tour. The stage was a rotating platform in the center of the venue. This was the last tour before Jon Anderson and Rick Wakeman left the band; Anderson returned in 1983 and Wakeman in 1991. He left a few months later, again. 
Jon Anderson- Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Percussion 
Steve Howe- Guitar, Vocals 
Chris Squire- Bass, Vocals 
Rick Wakeman- Keyboards 
Alan White- Drums 

Yes Acoustic: Guaranteed No Hiss (2004)

On January 26th, 2004, in a simultaneous live satellite transmission from a studio in Los Angeles, across multiple time zones, to cinemas throughout the United States of America, a 75 minute version of the film Yesspeak was premiered.

Following this live broadcast, the fans in the cinemas were treated to an exclusive, one time only, live performance from Yes. For the first time, the Yes classic line up of Jon Anderson, Steve Howe, Chris Squire, Alan White and Rick Wakeman, performed "Live and Unplugged." This is the recording of that digital transmission...Yes Acoustic.

Songs Include:
Tiger Rag
Long Distance Runaround
South Side Of The Sky
Show Me
Time Is Time
I've Seen All Good People

Die übrigen Videos kann man sich auf youtube ansehen…

zuletzt aktualisiert am 27.07.2014