The setlist should be amended to include Owner of a Lonely Heart just before Roundabout.
007 IN Richmond
AWESOME! Almost 2 1/2 hour's of music. I thought the band was flawless..they did a few few song's.not performed since the 70's..(Astral Traveller & Machine Messiah) Tempus Fugit was really cool also.The highlight of the night,beside's meeting the band was Close To The Edge,,I first saw YES in 1972,& many time's since,i have yet to be dissappointed!
Ravi in Richmond
I was a bit hesistant about seeing Yes this time but let me say at the outset that I am very glad that I went to the show. David Benoitmay not be Jon Anderson but he did an outstanding job in relief. His enthusiasm was completely sincere and engaging. It was very obvious that he respects the music and Yes fans. His voice is not spot on but very close to Jon's in range and texture. As for the rest of the band, Steve Howe did a great job as usual. He is a total pro and he deftly proved his total mastery of all sorts of fretted stringed instruments. Oliver did a good job but didn't seem all that into it (to me anyway). Alan was a solid as ever but Chris did experience some difficulties here and there. Nothing that came close to hurting the show but I saw him talking with his roadie constantly through the night. The lights and sound at the venue were excellent. For purely selfish reasons, I was thrilled to see Yes in a small theater like the National. The best seats I have ever had for a Yes show and the Yes fans I met were all class acts. The meet and greet afterward was a bit weird. I got my money's worth from the show but since I had the option to meet the band I figured why not. Chris was the most polite of the group, although all the guys signed my "Going for the One" LP. If you are a fan of Yes music, you owe it to yourself to see these legends when you can.