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Saturday, June 6, 2015

Yes, Boston, MA, 12-11-1974 (Pre-FM )

This is a really great sounding recording of Yes from the Relayer Tour back in 1974.  I remember how excited I was back then when I bought Relayer and came home and put it on the turntable. 
 
Yes
King Biscuit Flower Hour
Boston Garden
Boston, MA
December 11, 1974
Broadcast in 1975
Pre-FM Recording (Remastered)
CD1
01 King Biscuit Flour Hour Intro
02 Firebird Suite
03 Sound Chaser
04 Close to the Edge
05 To Be Over
06 King Biscuit Flour Hour Station Break
 
CD2
01 The Gates of Delirium
02 And You And I
03 Roundabout
04 King Biscuit Flower Hour Outro
 
Yes 1974:
Jon Anderson vocals, guitar, percussion
Chris Squire bass guitar, bass pedals, vocals
Steve Howe guitars
Alan White drums, percussion
Patrick Moraz keyboards
 
MP3 320kps

3 comments:

  1. In my humble opinion Relayer is a very underrated album. I highly recommend you the digipack Rhino CD reissue with extra tracks.

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  2. my favorite yes album, prob cos anderson sings the least - howe's slide/ pedal steel also make relayer the first yes disc that broke through for me. thanks!

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  3. The links are dead. Could this be reposted?

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