Recorded by: Relayer35 - A Kitty Lickin' Discs Production
1.01 Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra (2.56)
1.02 Siberian Khatru (10.00)
1.03 And You And I (11.04)
1.04 Close To The Edge (20.23)
1.05 Believe Again (9.03)
1.06 Roundabout (8.47)
1.07 Cans And Brahms (1.58)
1.08 We Have Heaven (1.39)
1.09 South Side Of The Sky (10.03)
2.01 Five Per Cent For Nothing (0.58)
2.02 Long Distance Runaround (3.46)
2.03 The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus) (3.27)
2.04 Mood For A Day (3.16)
2.05 Heart Of The Sunrise (11.52)
2.06 I've Seen All Good People (5.49)
2.07 Owner Of A Lonely Heart (6.47)
2.08 Starship Trooper (11.58)
Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
Chris Squire - bass, vocals
Steve Howe - guitar, vocals
Alan White - drums
Jon Davison - vocals, percussion, guitar
Geoff Downes - keyboards, cowbell
A Kitty Lickin' Discs Production
1. Benjamin Britten's Young Persons Guide To The Orchestra
2. Siberian Khatru
3. And You And I
4. Close To The Edge
5. Believe Again
7. Cans And Brahms
8. We Have Heaven
9. South Side Of The Sky
1. Five Percent For Nothing
2. Long Distance Runaround
3. The Fish (Schindeleria Praemataurus)
4. Mood For A Day
5. Heart Of The Sunrise
6. All Good People
7. Owner Of A Lonely Heart
8. Starship Trooper
Lineage: SP-CMC-2 > SP-SPSB-10 > Sony PCM-M10 > USB > Wavelab 6.1 > CDWAV > FLAC
Recorded by: Relayer35
Comments: Here's another Yes show from the Heaven And Earth/Fragile/Close To The Edge show. Set list is slightly different from the previous show in Albany. It looks likes the rumors are true and they are going to be rotating the new songs each show. This time we get "Believe Again" instead of "To Ascend" and "The Game". We also got a shortened "I've Seen All Good People" with the "Your Move" section dropped. The only other time I can recall them doing it that way is 6/25/1991 in Birmingham, UK. Performance was perhaps a bit tighter than Albany, with the few rough spots in Albany being a bit smoother this time around.
This show had a completely different feel than the Albany show. That one was in a small 982 seat theater. There was about five times as many people here, and it was outdoors under a tent. It had a big summer tour kind of feel to it as opposed to the intimate theater setting of the Albany show. The recording came out really nice, not quite as good as the Albany show. I like the sound of the Albany show better, as sometimes this one can sound a bit harsh in a few places where there are real high frequencies. All in all, it's another fine recording of a fine Yes concert!
Artwork is included in the torrent. The photos are from the actual show.
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