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You can get your own copy of this classic album from here:http://bit.ly/goingfortheone

Another day, another review and time I am responding to a viewer who left a comment somewhere about reviewing this particular album. I couldn’t see the harm and so here I am doing a snappy review, just how you like them…

 

You can get your own copy of this album from: http://bit.ly/ramshackled

And so I decided to look at the various solo albums that were released by the members of Yes after the release of “Relayer”

You can get your copy of this album here: http://bit.ly/stevehowebeginnings

And so I decided to look at the various solo albums that were released by the members of Yes after the release of “Relayer”

Get your copy of the album from here: http://bit.ly/relayer

As requested, I cast my beady eye over the seventh studio album from Yes. Wakeman’s off and Moraz is in, but does the album lose or win? You’ll have to watch the video to find out!

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OEG has released a new Blu-ray release of the classic Yes 1972 Rainbow footage “Yessongs”. This time around the footage has been restored from the original 16mm negatives and a surround sound remix has been done of the soundtrack. Limited to a release of 3000 units, this has to be the ultimate version of “Yessongs” and comes complete with a 60 minute interview with Steve Howe, Chris Squire and Roger Dean as well as Steve Howe’s short promotional film for his album “Beginnings”.

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OEG has released a new Blu-ray release of the classic Yes 1972 Rainbow footage “Yessongs”. This time around the footage has been restored from the original 16mm negatives and a surround sound remix has been done of the soundtrack. Limited to a release of 3000 units, this has to be the ultimate version of “Yessongs” and comes complete with a 60 minute interview with Steve Howe, Chris Squire and Roger Dean as well as Steve Howe’s short promotional film for his album “Beginnings”.

My full review of this will follow shortly.

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Background music: “Steady State of Flux” by Darren Lock

And so it came to pass that I was to break my 20-year drought of not going to Yes concerts on a pure whim. It was a long journey from east to west, but we arrived in good time only to have our concert-going experience spoilt by three arseholes in front of us at the queue at the box office. C’est la vie!

So what do I think? Well you’ll have to watch the video to find out!!!

Setlist:
Yours Is No Disgrace
Tempus Fugit
I’ve Seen All Good People
Life On A Film Set
And You And I
Solitaire
(Steve Howe solo)
Trambone
(Chet Atkins cover) (Steve Howe solo)
Heart Of The Sunrise
Set 2
Fly From Here – Overture
Fly From Here Pt I – We Can Fly
Fly From Here Pt II – Sad Night At The Airfield
Fly From Here Pt III – Madman At The Screens
Fly From Here Pt IV – Bumpy Ride
Fly From Here Pt V – We Can Fly Reprise
Wonderous Stories
Into The Storm
Machine Messiah
Starship Trooper

Encore:
Roundabout

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Title Music:
“Stinkhorn” by Darren Lock

Background Music:
“Among The Stars” by Darren Lock
“One Brain” by Darren Lock
“A Hope in the Dark” by Darren Lock

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