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EVENING OF YES MUSIC PLUS

Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe

 

Symphonic Prog

3.39 | 78 ratings

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Prosciutto
4 stars Three years after the end of he ABWH tour and the project itself in favour of the Yes- Unnion lined up, this live album is officially released. The tracklisting is very good with an emphasis on the ABWH material and of course some favourites from the Yes back catalogue.

The performances on most of the songs are great specially on the ABWH numbers which are the highlights of this live album. About the Yes songs, the standout is without doubt Close to the Edge, this epic never had sounded so bombastic and powerful before, in addition the vocal performance of Jon Anderson is incredibly inspired, I think this is the definitive version of Close to the Edge. The rest of the Yes numbers are just OK. The backing band is formed by the very talented Jeff Berlin on bass, Julian Colbeck (later on the Steve Hackett band) on keys and the gifted Milton McDonald on guitar.

All in all, this is a very good document of a very high point of the Yes-related history.

Prosciutto | 4/5 |

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