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The Complete Keys To Ascension CD
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1.Recorded Live at SLO 1996 - Siberian Khatru
2.The Revealing Science Of God
1.Recorded Live at SLO 1996 - Roundabout
3.Studio Tracks Recorded 1996 - Be The One
4.That, That Is
1.Recorded Live at SLO 1996 - I've Seen All Good People
2.Going For The One
3.Time And A Word
4.Close To The Edge
5.Turn Of The Century
6.And You And I
1.Studio Tracks Recorded 1995/1996 - Mind Drive
3.Bring To The Power
4.Children Of Light
1.DVD - Recorded Live at SLO 1996 - Siberian Khatru
2.Close To The Edge
3.I've Seen All Good People
4.Time And A Word
5.And You And I
6.The Revealing Science Of God
7.Going For The One
8.Turn Of The Century
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The live recordings are out of this world with this being one of Yes' best live releases EVER! There are also a couple of rarities in the set lists such as The Revealing Science of God and their version of Simon & Garfunkel's America. The DVD features all the live songs and, while some don't like some of the special effects that were added in here and there, I really like them. They don't detract from the concert at all, in my opinion and for me enhance the viewing experience. Some people also seem split on the quality of the new studio songs but, once again, I like them.
The only drawback here is that this new box that they come in isn't very strong on the sides that connects the discs. The discs way heavy when you open the box to remove a disc making it easy to rip the box. They also could have used more of Roger Dean's artwork inside the box. If you have the other editions of Keys, then you really don't need this one. However, if you don't have Keys already then by all means, BUY IT!
But, the real treat here is another 75 minutes of NEW material (well, new when this was recorded in 1997 or so) by this lineup in THE OLD STYLE. Which is to say, the songs here don't sound like what Yes was up to in the 80s or early 90s, and in fact are even more a return to form than their work on ABWH and Union. Several epics, and with a slightly modern edge (mostly in production) so they're not simply retreading old ground, but if you like progressive rock than this is definitely Yes's best work since the late 70s.
Note, if you are mainly interested in the new works, they're probably more affordably (and conventiently) available on a disc entitled "Keystudio" which has all the new stuff and none of the live from here. (You will miss out on the wonderful Roger Dean artwork with Keystudio, though). I think it's a shame the record company didn't release the new songs with the Roger Dean artwork properly and put the live stuff separate - these new songs rank as some of Yes's best work ever, yet they were released as kind of an afterthought.
Disc one: Starts with the best opening song in progressive rock, "Siberian Khatru." Then you get a wonderful version of "The Revealing Science of God," the great epic from Tales. "They move fast they tell me, but I just can't believe they really mean too." The maturity of the playing here is just incredible, worth the price of what was Keys 1. I'm listening to it right now and the middle part is what progressive rock is all about: Wow. The rest of the first disc features a solid version of Paul Simon's "America," I always liked the way they approached this number and stayed true to the original. "Onward" is so much better than the original, Steve plays acoustic guitar with Jon and Chris harmonizing and it is beautiful. "Awaken" is mind blowing as always and Wakeman excels. 5 stars for disc 1.
Disc 2: This includes the two ending songs of the show: "Roundabout" one of the hits and Chris, Rick, and Alan do some fine work here making this the best of all the Roundabout versions that are roundabout. "Starship Trooper" which most likely was the encore and would have left the crowd wanting more after Ricks amazing solo. Then we have two "new" songs: "Be The One" which is a pretty good 10 minute song that starts out with a similar sound to a Jon solo album, but Alan steps in and the song picks up quickly. "That, That Is" is a classic Yes 20 minute epic and it stands up to any of them. Steve's guitar solo "togetherness" is as good as anything he has ever done. I must admit that Jon singing about crack heads is a little strange but this is still one solid progressive rock song. 4 stars for Disc 2, it's the worst of the set but worth having and a good listen.
Disc 3: Has the rest of the live show with "All Good People," "Going for the One," and "Time and a Word" and they are all very good. The mix and sound of these CD's is just wonderful and kudos to Billy Sherwood: good job. "Close To The Edge" is well done and to hear "Turn of The Century" live, makes this a 5 star disc and it still has "And You and I" to go. The best disc in the set.
Disc 4: Features five new studio songs, the first of which "Mind Drive" is what Yes is all about. 18 minutes of 5 great musicians doing what they do best: making the best prog rock ever. Steve Howe with some killer solos, Chris laying down a thrilling bass line, Alan playing his best on the drums, Rick chipping in with some well placed keyboards, and Jon with great vocals as always. This is the heaven I need, thanks boys. The other songs are real good as well but none come up to the standard set by Mind Drive. 5 stars for disc 4.
Summary: The music on this CD is top notch and the mix and production is great and makes this package a must have for any fan of the classic Yes lineup. Someone says they had more energy in 1972, well so didn't I, but the maturity in the playing and the quality of the sound make this a great look at the best progressive rock band ever. "Mind Drive" is playing as I type this and if you haven't heard it, please do.