yesman90125 wrote:I'd say it's A draw between Songs From Tsongas and Yessymphonic
Live at montreux is ok too. and House Of blues is Pretty Good
Something is wrong with the sound on Keys To Ascension otherwise I'd probably pick that.
Terry Shea wrote:Tsongas and Yessymphonic are both excellent! I think the sound on Keys is superb, but it has all those annoying special effects and bad camera shots (like focusing on everyone in the band except the person playing the solo).
The Union Japanese import is also great, but very hard to find. The sound is absolutely fantastic.
yesman90125 wrote:Maybe there's something wrong with my DVD
the sound drops in and out like a gate isnt working right
I can live with the video problems -the CD's sound great
but something seems screwy not something the band is doing it's the mix or the DVD itself
Tsongas has many Overdubs-Montreux really doesn't
But the Montreux DVD seems to suffer some of the Problems with the Gates that Keys does.
it might detract if your an audiophile-I'd say if your looking for a clean recording and good video Quality and Camera angles its Tsongas
We should do a poll!
I cant seem to figure that out
I'll work on it.
happytheman wrote:Purely historical, I'd cast my vote for QPR.
Otherwise, (I know I'll get called out on this one) ABWH DVD. It doesn't get much better than that concert.
yesman90125 wrote:it is the best recorded concert, I havn't been able to find that on DVD anywhere but I have it on VHS
Hope this link works, CDUniverse.com
thehallway wrote:Yesspeak Live: The Director's Cut is the newest and one of the best Yes dvds (in terms of sound and quality). I would buy it but they show it on tv every day on sky channel 260, Rock-on tv! (UK only)
yesguitarman wrote:I'm a purest, for me it's Yessongs and QPR. That era of YES music is just magic to me. It's a shame tha Yessongs doesn't have the complete version of Starship Trooper (only the Wurm section during the end credits) and Perpetual Change. Since Bill was out of the band at that time that probably influenced the decision on what was included. I also enjoy the BBC Sounding Out and GFTO sessions bootleg DVDs from a historical perspective. Sonically, for a contemporary DVD, I'd give the nod to Live at Montreux.
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They say it has remastered sound taken from a rare Japanese laser disc of the entire QPR concert.
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