|Wednesday, July 18, 1984 (35 years, 4 months and 4 days ago)|
|Palasport Di San Siro|
|Jon Anderson (Vocals)|
|Tony Kaye (Keyboards)|
|Trevor Rabin (Guitars)|
|Chris Squire (Bass)|
|Alan White (Drums)|
|Leave It (90125)|
|Yours Is No Disgrace (The Yes Album)|
|Hold On (90125)|
|I've Seen All Good People (The Yes Album)|
|And You And I (Close To The Edge)|
|Make It Easy (Yesyears)|
|Owner Of A Lonely Heart (90125)|
|Long Distance Runaround (Fragile)|
|City Of Love (90125)|
|It Can Happen (90125)|
|Starship Trooper (The Yes Album)|
|'Nous Sommes Du Solei' dropped|
It was my first "important"/"International" concert.
I was 17 year old at the time and already a YES fan for 6 years.
It was also the first long trip out of town together with two friends of the same age (underage).
We traveled 4 hours by train to reach Milan where the gig was planned.
All was happening in a sport hall that now does not exist anymore (it was replaced by another building) it was: the "San Siro Palasport".
The most exciting moments I remember were the first two tracks played ("Cinema" and "Leave It") ...very dynamic and powerful .... then one amazing "The Fish" were we sensed the power of Chris Squire also as showman !! Remarkable also "Solly's beard" and "Starship Trooper".
A great day that left a remarkable imprinting on us !
|Audience 150 min (Audio)|