Going for the One Tour
Madison Square Garden
The date 7-7-7 marked the 30th anniversary of the release of Going For The One, reuniting the
"Classic Yes Line-up," so I thought it would be fun to seed the shows I have in my collection on
or near the dates of their 30th anniversaries.
Here is the third of three nights at Madison Square Garden. Possibly the worst-sounding of all
the GFTO tour recordings, though it does improve with the encores.
Audience recording, tracked and normalized 8/2007 by TheTooleMan
No additional EQ, improvements to the audio, or remastering was done.
Feel free to take it on, if you can improve it.
Thanks to jbabcock for providing the copy of the master recording.
The same person recorded this show and 1977-08-06.
I have the name of the taper but will not disclose it, since I do not know
how he feels about having his name bandied about on the internet!
NOTE: I received two disks of SHN files, each containing one side of a tape. After
Yours Is No Disgrace on the second SHN file, I found another recording of Roundabout.
There was also another recording of Yours Is No Disgrace included on the 1977-08-07
disk, which was labeled "YIND 8-7-77." Both are different performances from the main
part of the tape, which leads me to believe they belong with the 1977-08-06 recording.
Lineage: tape (unknown gear, unknown generation) -> SHN -> Sound Forge -> FLAC
Jon Anderson (Vocals)
Steve Howe (Guitars)
Chris Squire (Bass)
Rick Wakeman (Keyboards)
Alan White (Drums)
I've Seen All Good People
Close To The Edge
Colours Of The Rainbow
Turn Of The Century
And You And I
Yours Is No Disgrace