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Thanks to endlessdreamer I can offer this 1 CD set.
1) We Can Fly From Here - demo by The Buggles. This song was offered by Trevor Horn for Jon Anderson to sing with Yes. After Rick and Jon left, Trevor Horn and Geoff Downes joined up. Yes never recorded this in the studio but played it at every gig on the "Drama" tour.
2) Astral Traveller - 01/24/71 Gothenberg, Sweden. A nice-sounding version with Steve Howe on guitar.
3) Hold Out Your Hand
4) You By My Side
5) One Way Rag - all three tracks are from 5/28/76 Roanoke, Virginia (the first date of the 'Solo Albums' tour). Tracks 3 and 4 are from Chris Squire's "Fish Out Of Water" and track 5 is from Alan White's "Ramshackled". For the first ten dates of this tour lots of tracks from the various solo albums were played by the entire band. After the 6/6/76 Huntsville, Alabama concert most of these solo pieces were dropped from the setlist.
6) Song Of Innocence - 6/4/76 Memphis, Tennessee. Another track from Alan White's "Ramshackled". Features the poetry of William Blake. A real nice, lilting song.
7) Starship Trooper - 7/20/76 Cow Palace in Daly City, California. Patrick Moraz only played this song with Yes nine times during his stint with the band. This was one of the 5 times they played it during the 'Solo Albums' tour.
8) Roundabout/Star Spangled Banner/Purple Haze - 9/10/94 Madison Square Garden, New York City. Yes usually finished with this interesting twist on their standard encore during the "Talk" tour. From a nice Concertsonics recording.
9) Classical Gas - 7/24/98 Los Angeles, California. Steve Howe threw this great Mason Williams number into the middle of his 1971 performances of 'Clap'. He brought it back as a stand-alone number for a handful of performances in 1997, 1998 and 2001.
10) Winter - 10/24/02 Clearwater, Florida. A Vivaldi piece performed by Steve Howe ten times.
11) Double Rondo
12) Clap - 9/12/03 Osaka, Japan. Both tracks are performed on electric guitar. Track 11 is the only performance with Yes that Steve Howe has ever done. It's a great piece from one of his early solo albums. The only other electric 'Clap' I'm aware of is from a 2003 Melbourne, Australia show. Steve switched to an electric for his solos during this 9/12/03 show because of a cut finger.
13) Owner Of A Lonely Heart - 9/16/03 Yokohama, Japan. Track 14 is one of only three performances of Owner done on the 2002-2003 tour.
14) We Can Fly From Here - 9/6/80 Madison Square Garden, New York City. A nice FM broadcast of this great "Drama"-era song. It serves as a bookend to track number 1.
The track "Tulip" was removed for time's sake.
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