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SYMPHONIC LIVE

Yes

 

Symphonic Prog

4.26 | 214 ratings

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claugroi
5 stars What to say ? The best Yes' songs with an orchestra behind ! Great versions of these classics... the best tracks are Close to the Edge, The Gates of Delirium, Ritual (Nous Sommes du Soleil), Starship Trooper and And You And I. The new songs Don't Go and Magnification are also extraordinary. It is really a pity that neither Wakeman nor Moraz (or Kaye) were there, but the young Tom Brislin does a good job with the keyboards and the orchestration fills the 'empty places' (if there are 'empty places' in Yes' songs !). This DVD is even better than the CD (although both are equal in track listing) because we can SEE the band, the audience, the orchestra and the furniture of the stage, and they are all wonderful sights ! For me, the best Yes' show ever recorded ! Although it was made in 2001, you feel like that is the 70's Yes, with the spirit of the 70's ! So... if you are a Yes fan, run ! Get it now !
claugroi | 5/5 |

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