oceanside yessongs with
Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman & Howe
Jon Anderson- vocals
Bill Bruford- drums
Rick Wakeman- keyboards
Steve Howe- guitar
Tony Levin- bass
Seashore Performing Arts Center
Old Orchard Beach, Maine, U.S.A.
August 12, 1989
performance quality: A-, a fine performance
recording quality: B
source: master audience tape
lineage: Realistic mini-mikes >
Sony cassette deck (auto levelling) >
Maxell XLII-S cassettes >
played on Naka. 125 into soundforge 4.5 >
FLAC 6 > torrentially yours.
setlist: first set (54:26)
1: young person's guide to the orchestra intro 2:43
2: time and a word >
owner of a lonely heart >
time and a word reprise 7:42
3: the clap 4:19
4: mood for a day 4:58
5: keyboard solo 5:36
6: long distance runaround > drums > birthright 13:49
7: and you and I (end cuts) 5:20
8: all good people (spliced) 9:56
second set and encores (89:25)
9: close to the edge 20:59
10: themes 6:47
11: drums and bass 4:38
12: brother of mine 10:50
13: the meeting (missing from this recording)
14: heart of the sunrise (spliced, tape flip) 11:59
15: order of the universe 9:30
16: roundabout 11:05
17: starship trooper 13:33
this was my second try to record this tour (89 and 90)
and the only one I got a tape out of. it's missing about
the last half of "and you and I", and I only wound up with
about 30 seconds of "the meeting" so I didn't bother to
include that. Heart of the Sunrise is just missing a few
seconds for the tape flip. I thought I'd flipped it,
apparently not, put the tape back in the deck without
flipping it, using a borrowed deck I hadn't used before.
Just a little auto-leveller job, but there wasn't much
directly between me and speakers. there is a fair amount
of crowd noise in here but the music came through pretty well
and this is most of a very good show that I haven't seen posted
yet. They also played in Manchester N.H. on 89 tour but I haven't
heard that one yet at all.
if anyone has a better or completer recording of this show
please post it.
if anyone wants to post a "matrix" remaster with this and
another source (of THIS concert, NOT another show!) that is
the complete show, go right ahead.
do not sell this recording.
that makes yes say no.
Trade freely, losslessly and gaplessly.
(gaps are SOOOO 16th century!)