13 Songs, 2 Hours 16 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

Butterpuss ,

We miss you Chris Squire!

Despite the absence of Chris, this live album has its musical gems.Ritual sounded great and I cranked up the volume super loud for the best result. Billy Sherwood does the tunes with passion and class.No Anderson,No Wakeman No Squire but the tunes are played with passion and feeling.Im a huge Geoff Downes fan, not only is he the nicest guy you can ever meet in person, he smokes the keys throughout the CD.

A ripped-off ABWH Fan ,


The group is currently John Davidson, Geoff Downes, Steve Howe, Billy Sherwood, and Alan White. This album is the first Yes release not to feature bassist and founding member Chris Squire, who died in June 2015.

RealDT85 ,

Fantastic live set!

Probably one of the best live sets the current line-up has released with Jon Davison, also an amazing return for Billy Sherwood and Jay fills in on a few tracks. The biggest highlight is Drama being performed from start to finish. While it sounds crisp, it’s apparent Jon Davison struggles with some of Horn’s vocal parts. Certain ones he really shines, but then gets rigid and stiff. He nails Anderson’s vocal parts as usual. Another slight issue is the slow tempo for “Machine Messiah”, it loses some momentum in the beginning with the slow drumming. Don’t be distracted, it does pick right back up. You can feel Steve Howe is really commanding the band, which helps tremendously as his parts are flawless as usual. Geoff has really gotten all these Yes songs down in his playing. He’s not Wakeman, but his interpretation is pretty soothing and sweet.

Last, but not least, Billy Sherwood. He flawlessly plays, and sings, Chris’ parts to perfection and his presence in this position gives the feeling he’s still with us... along with Billy.

This is a once in a lifetime live album, especially with Drama recorded in full, a must have for any true Yes enthusiast and fan.

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