We were fortunate to see Yes twice during the Tormato tours in 1978, before the album was released, and then again after its release in 1979, both times at New York's Madison Square Garden. This incredible edit assembled and syncs silent amateur film footage, video, still images, and a bit of pro shot work to … Continue reading Must See: Amazing 8mm, 16mm & Video Compilation w Rare Footage of Yes’ 1978-79 Tormato Concerts
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As readers of this blog will know, Yes have been, are, and will always be our all time favorite band. Nobody else comes close. We've been fans, then friends now for decades. Tempus fugit! Yes' official website has the full story, so we'll just share an image or three here and link you to: http://yesworld.com/2018/07/gottlieb-bros-remarkable-limited-edition-yes50-tourbook/ … Continue reading Recent Work: The @yesofficial #Yes50 Tourbook. 148 Pages of Unadulterated Super-fandom
https://youtu.be/1yfkLa8Mx_s Thanks to YesfanDon on YouTübe for sharing this great clip
Focus were still sounding great on Cruise To The Edge 2018 but this vintage performance of the band performing their hit "Hocus Pocus" from 1973 is mind blowing fun: https://youtu.be/RFDW9b_ejfI
Okay, so maybe we're a little biased. But how many fan bases have stuck around for 50 years and maintained this level of enthusiasm? Yes fans know everything there is to know about the band. Everything. And they love to share their passion. We came across this example of someone going above and beyond, on … Continue reading Why Yes Fans Art The BEST Fans. (Yet Another Example). You MUST Hear This!
We can still vividly recall the thrill of seeing Yes at Madison Square Garden in Manhattan along the Drama tour in 1980. And two of the highlights of that show were the pair of unreleased tunes from the Drama album, "Go Through This" and "We Can Fly From Here." The latter, of course, would become … Continue reading Listen to Trevor Horn & the Yes Drama Lineup Perform “We Can Fly From Here” in 1980 While We Await Trevor’s 2018 LP Reboot
Relayer remains one of our all-time favorite Yes albums. The album has a grittier, harder edge than most of the catalog, and saw the band shifting gears following the gentler, more pastoral Tales From Topographic Oceans. The entire band really shines on this one...