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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5

40 Ratings

Too Weak.


I love the idea of the ABWH songs, but without Chris Squire & Alan White it just lacks any emotion. At that time Bill Bruford used way too many electronic drums. The harmonies that YES are known for are also missing. I would love to here YES with Squire & White take on these well written songs.



I first heard Yes in 1973, and it's amazing to me that these guys are still cranking out their classics after all these years. If you are looking to discover Yes for the first time, this is a wonderful place to start. If, like me, you have been a fan of yes for 25+ years this live performance is just incredible. Rick Wakeman is just lights out extraordinary, and while Jon Anderson's vocals are still as powerful and passionate as ever, the rest of the boys in the band display their remarkable talent and really carry this album. While 20 bucks is not a small price to pay, this is album for the ages and worth the price for any audiophile.

About Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe

The group Yes has had a long and complicated history. By 1989, there were two different factions, one led by bassist Chris Squire that owned the rights to the name "Yes," and this one, featuring singer Jon Anderson, drummer Bill Bruford, keyboard player Rick Wakeman, and guitarist Steve Howe. This quartet made an album, titled Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe, and went on the road playing what it called "An Evening of Yes Music, Plus," which occasioned a lawsuit. Finally, all was resolved, and the next version of Yes was a mega-edition featuring eight members, who made the album Union. ~ William Ruhlmann

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