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Yessongs (1975)

G  |   |  Documentary, Music  |  19 October 1975 (USA)
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Yes captured in concert from their 1973 Close to the Edge tour.

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Steve Howe ...
Himself (Guitar)
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Himself (Vocals)
Alan White ...
Himself (Drums)
Chris Squire ...
Himself (Bass)
Rick Wakeman ...
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A live concert documentary featuring Yes at the height of their popularity during the 1970's. The film features performances of songs from the classic albums "The Yes Album", "Fragile" and "Close to the Edge" as well as a medley from Rick Wakeman's solo album "The Six Wives of Henry VIII" Written by Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>

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In 4-Channel Quadraphonic Sound

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Drummer Alan White joined the group only a few months before this was filmed. See more »

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Excerpts from 'The Six Wives of Henry VIII'
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Great Performance, Poor Sound Quality
29 June 2007 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

I love the live album, but the video version sounds much worse. In fact, it almost like a bootleg. It does seem to sound better when they play Close to the Edge. Either that, or you get used to it by that point or the music and performance is so great you forget how bad the sound quality is.

I really wish they recorded more from the soundboard. I don't think Yes ever sounded as good as they did in the 70s, in particular this tour. So much energy and power, and of course, the music is excellent. It's worth watching for that reason alone. But it may take awhile to get past the poor sound quality.

The band performs: I've Seen All Good People Clap And You And I Close to the Edge Excerpts from "The Six Wives of Henry VIII" Roundabout Yours Is No Disgrace Wurm


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