Yes - Where to start

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Lyth

March 15, 2005, 03:02:55 am #60 Last Edit: March 15, 2005, 03:03:25 am by Lyth
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It'll be good to hear 'The Big Medley' from the Tormato Tour again.

I had that on tape from the Friday Rock Show broadcast but lost it >:( so I'm looking forward to hearing a good quality version of it.

If I remember rightly, the part where Perpetual Change segues into the 'fanfare' part of Gates is pretty phenomenal.

Ian Hills

I have found another cd that I have replaced for a remastered version, Yes-Close To The Edge.
If anyone wants the original CD then PM me.
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Ashley

QuoteHow about this news then?:

from DPRP.net

QUOTE:
YES: Rhino have announced they are releasing The Word Is Live - a 3CD Box Set of Live Yes in 2005 - at a date tentatively set at 10th May 2005. DPRP have been supplied with a leaked track list so it should be noted that this is not confirmed:
DISC ONE (75:30):

Slim

More Yes product! I hear Rick Wakeman is planning to play a cash till solo on the next tour, as a tribute to their fans. Ching!

Fishy

April 05, 2005, 22:37:24 pm #64 Last Edit: April 05, 2005, 22:38:03 pm by thefishy
i watch some Rick wakeman on dvd doing Journey to ... and some songs from The Wives... think it was 1975... i haven't laughed some much in ages... don't get me wrong..loved the music but just some of the performances.. and the blow up monsters... lmao

and Rick in that big cape thing... ;D

surprised that one got let out the bag...
From the Land of Honest Men.

Ian_Hewitson

QuoteMore Yes product! I hear Rick Wakeman is planning to play a cash till solo on the next tour, as a tribute to their fans. Ching!

I've lost count of the number of Yes releases in recent years - many more than when they actually had a audience willing to buy their records rather than see them live for old times sake.

AnalogKid a.k.a. Jack

QuoteWhat album was the one with The Buggles?


I guess that was Tormato.
Living in the plastic age by The Buggles is great
TD Garden?

döm

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I guess that was Tormato.
Living in the plastic age by The Buggles is great


Trevor Horn and Geoff Downes appear on Drama - the appalling Tormato is still very much Wakeman & Anderson
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