1. Introduction, 2. Perpetual Change, 3. The Calling, 4. I Am Waiting, 5. Rhythm of Love, 6. Hearts, 7. Real Love, 8. Tony Kaye Piano Solo, 9. Changes, 10. Heart of the sunrise, 11. Make it easy (Intro), 12. Owner of a lonely heart, 13. Trevor Rabin Piano Solo, 14. And you and I, 15. I've seen all good people, 16. Walls, 17. Endless Dream, 18. Roundabaout, 19. Purple Haze
Voiceprint's researchers were able to secure rarely seen film footage that had only been previously seen either on TV or in extract on video. Although the history of Yes is well documented elsewhere, it is worth reminding ourselves of the history and background to the production that we can now view it for the first time on DVD. The performances featured on this DVD demonstrate the beginnings of the journey and the creativity of a band that has been so influential in the development of a genre that has defied time and generation so as to become the soundtrack and vision in so many lives. This musical release from the '70s progressive rock band Yes features live performances and music videos of several of the band's hits, including "Astral Traveller," "Everydays," "Then," and "No Opportunity Necessary, No Experience Needed."
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The legendary YES line-up of Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Trevor Rabin, Alan White and Tony Kaye performs in this landmark concert that's become a home video favorite, now on DVD for the first time! Some of the best from their 1985 tour - "Introduction," "Cinema," "Leave It," "Hold On," "I've Seen All Good People," "Changes," "Owner of a Lonely Heart," "It Can Happen," "City of Love," and "Starship Trooper."
A film largely from the backstage of Yes' Union tour, which was much better than the dismal Union album itself. The concert footage is interspersed with a narrative of Yes' history, told in the words of various band members. (Everyone but Banks, Moraz, Horn and Downes are present). As a reunion show, it's a strange affair, as you get to see the different configurations of Yes (Kaye and Wakeman, Rabin and Howe, White and Bruford) interacting with each other. Still, the emphasis is on the individuals themselves, and there are plenty of good stories here.
Compilation of promo videos with 1991 interviews interspersed throughout the program. Originally released on VHS in 1991. Song Listing: "Wonderous Stories", "Don't Kill The Whale", "Turn Of The Century", "Tempus Fugit", "Into The Lens", "Hold On", "Leave It", "It Can Happen" , "Owner Of A Lonely Heart" (two versions), "Rhythm Of Love", "Love Will Find A Way.