My wife & I went to this one form Roch....thing I remember most is rude people yelling & screaming...(Buffalonians are really ignorant!) Anyways, Jon was more than patient w/ them...finally Steve yelled back "alright, you've had your turn, now please shut up!" Right on Steve! Stupid Buffalonians!
I saw Yes in Buffalo on the 10th. The show was great, much better than when I saw them in Boston. Igor was up in volume and hit all his notes. He also seemed to be more comfortable with the band and visa versa. His organ part in Starship Trooper was very very good.
During Howe's acoustic set he played Classical Gas in between portions of the Clap. When did he start playing that? He certainly did not do it in Boston.
I just attended my last of three concerts this tour, and what a downer...does anyone else experience the "after-Yes-concert-depression" that I do?!? Sighhh.... Boy, Buffalo's Sheas PAK is absolutely beautiful! I thought Albany and Syracuse were amazing (they were!)...Buffalo's PAK take's the cake by just a little...it was extraordinary. I've grown to love "Children of Light" after hearing it only 3 times. Can't wait till the album comes out, which, according to Jon tonight, should be "in about ten minutes". :> This crowd was definitely the least liked on my end...many audence members on the left side were not quiet during Steve's solo, which really bugged me, among many other people. It was enough to make this Yes fan wanna go over there and kick some ass! However, I expected such...as a Rochesterian, we know that many folks in Buffalo are, unfortunately, just plain a**hol*s. (But for the record, there were lots of nice folks there oo!). And once again, even more so than either of the other 2 concerts, the babe-age was ogled like there was no tomarrow...lots of gorgeous women! (Hint-hint...I'm single ladies!!) ;P Hoping for a second leg of the tour...Sighhhh...