ABC broadcast - Air date: 1982-06-19 - The recording is from 1976-06-17 - Jersey City
1.01 Siberian Khatru (10.13)
1.02 I've Seen All Good People (6.54)
1.03 Ritual (partial) (8.53)
1.04 Heart of the Sunrise (11.07)
ABC Supergroups in Concert: 6/19/82 Broadcast Date PreFM Vinyl. Unknown Date and Venue.*
(* My guess would be the 1976 Solos Tour, but, I've been wrong before. These songs were all played frequently together during the Solos Tour. Heart of the Sunrise was not played during the Relayer Tour, and played only four times during the Tales from Topographic Oceans tour. I've Seen All Good People wasn't played during the Tales tour. Ritual didn't make it to the GFTO or Tormato Tours. And I just don't think Jon sang too much with Yes during the Drama tour.)
BTW--This broadcast is below the "Forgotten Yesterdays" radar. Or at least I can't find it.
ABCt01 Siberian Khatru
ABCt02 I've Seen All Good People
ABCt03 Ritual (Partial)
ABCt04 Heart of the Sunrise
Possible Artist List:
Jon Anderson (Vocals)
Steve Howe (Guitars)
Patrick Moraz (Keyboards)
Chris Squire (Bass)
Alan White (Drums)
If not the Solos Tour, then Rick Wakeman would be on keys.
Lineage: PreFm Vinyl -> Digital Video Tape -> AVI -> Adobe Audition 2.0 -> Downsampled to 16-bit -> Ads, few "pops" edited out -> Normalized -> WAV -> FLAC -> TLH -> You -> Enjoy!
The sound quality is really very nice, appropriate for PreFM Vinyl. With that said . . .
A track jump at 3:53 into Siberian Khatru that I couldn't fix (may actually be a cut on the pre-vinyl master tape as there was no "click" or "pop"), and a couple of other oddities in the track that sound like jumps or perhaps muddled edits, but I can't see them on Adobe Audition. Ritual is a very shortened version--missing the middle 12 minutes or so, and different than the "YesShows" version. (Think the radio edit of Roundabout.)
No artwork, but scans of the LP labels and cue sheets.
(I thought about adding the "Quarterflash" segment. No, actually, I didn't. It was all I could do to listen to the brief segment I played when I placed the disc wrong-side-up to record the Yes sections. I've got to hand it to the geniuses at ABC for butchering Ritual and then coming up with the perfect musical union: Yes and Quarterflash!)