1. Alan White didn't play a drum solo, so the piece after Long Distance Runaround was The Fish instead of Whitefish.
2. Steve Howe also played Clap after the To be Over/Second Initial medley.
Friends, Yesterday the Yes show was one of the greatest I ever saw! The setlist is same like in the whole of the tour, and so impressive!! some people asked in previous reviews why shall they play Roundabout again? my answer is simle: this is mindblowingly amazing and really unbelievable song. tha way they played it, the Howe-Wakeman musiacal duel and the energy in this song is really awsome! (if you do not like it, better go to sir elton john or britney shows!!!)
during the whole performance they played with full force, these 50 to 60 guys made an enermous effort, enjoyed their playing together, and actually belived in the power of their music. (it was not difficult, since the crowd gave such strong positive energy for the musicians.) it was simply uplifting to see that the guys are still capable of first class performance, they love the show and they can understand that Yes is a part of our lives - even we were not so fortunate to get a chance for their earlyer shows in this part of Europe. But now they compensated for our lost shows!
South Side was rock hard, Wakeman never owerplayed his part, he was brillkiant!! Alan White was playing like 3 drummers at a time. Steve has the same qualities - which brings him above all guitarists. Chris was soo good, that even the enermous phisical load did not make him fail. (try to play 2,5 hours of that rocking bass!!! that is killer.) And Jon was a spiritual leader besides his singing. With my girlfriend we were flabbergasted. Yes playing live is something not to miss. Especially this tour!