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Yes

The Lost Broadcasts DVD

Review by Gary Hill

For hardcore Yes fans, this is a real treasure. It features footage from the same time period as the Musikladen DVD, but this set is much longer. Where that video had only three songs (and a couple were fairly short), this one features a total of eight performances, although three of those are different takes of “All Good People.” All of the arrangements are varied somewhat from the studio album versions. I particularly like the arrangement on “Survival.” It’s great to get these videos of the first two lineups of the band in action. The video quality is quite good considering the age of some of these clips and the sound is also captured well. All in all, this is really a great release that is highly recommended for all serious Yes fans.

This review is available in book format (hardcover and paperback) in Music Street Journal: 2011  Volume 1 at lulu.com/strangesound.

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