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DVD Talk review of 'Yes 35: The Directors Cut'

Old 10-16-08, 09:00 AM
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DVD Talk review of 'Yes 35: The Directors Cut'

I read Jeffrey Kauffman's DVD review of Yes 35: The Directors Cut at http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/read.php?ID=34788 and to me it seems that Yes are becoming The Beach Boys of prog rock. Right now they are touring without Anderson, who has contracted a lung ailment. They either made horrible business choices in their early years and really need the money; or they have no other ambitions but to drive Yes into the proverbial ground. I saw them in the early 90's on their "Union" tour and to me that was the best show I had ever seen of theirs. It would have been a perfect bookend to their already storied career. But... some 18 years later and a new singer... AND the son of Rick Wakeman filling in for his dad, well... a few more years it will be Squire, Howe, and a stage of strangers.
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