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Thursday, 12 November 2015

30 Years Ago: Yes Release the Tantalizingly Incomplete ‘9012Live: The Solos’



9012Live: The Solos opens with a driving drumbeat, the kind that instinctively perks your ears up and makes you feel like a big entrance is coming, followed by “On drums… Mr. Alan White… it’s great to be with you tonight!” courtesy of Yes frontman Jon Anderson speaking in his unmistakable, high-pitched voice. On cue, the whole band then launches into a rousing rendition of “Hold On,” a track from 90125, the 1983 album which the title of this most perplexing live EP references.

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CURRENTLY AVAILABLE AT GONZO:

Union (Standard DVD)
DVD - £7.99

Union
DVD - £10.99

Union (2CD)
2CD - £7.99

Rock Of The 70's
DVD - £10.99

The Lost Broadcasts
DVD - £7.99

Rock of the 70s
DVD - £7.99

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