Mohegan Sun Arena
Uncasville, CT

Chris Squire - bass, vocals, harmonica
Steve Howe - guitar, vocals
Alan White - drums, vocals
Benoit David - vocals, percussion, guitar
Oliver Wakeman - keyboards

A Kitty Lickin' Discs Production

Disc One
1. Firebird Suite
2. Tempus Fugit
3. Yours Is No Disgrace
4. And You And I
5. Perpetual Change
6. Winter
7. In The Course Of The Day

Disc Two
1. Close To The Edge
2. Owner Of A Lonely Heart
3. Roundabout
4. Starship Trooper

Lineage: SP-CMC-2 > SP-SPSB-8 > Sony MZ-NH1 (Hi-SP mode) >
USB > Sony SonicStage 4.3> Wavelab 6.1 > CDWAV > FLAC (Traders Little Helper)

Recorded by: Relayer35

Comments: When I recorded the concert at Mohegan Sun in November 2008, the band
was fresh, with an ambitious setlist that featured a number of pieces not played
live since 1980 and even a "new" song. Here we are 19 months later, and most of
the rare material has been dropped, and we're left with the old standards. The
thing about the "old standards" is that the crowd seems to love them. It's
obvious they play them to please the casual fan. There were a few people sitting
around me who hadn't seen Yes in a few years, and didn't even know Jon Anderson
is no longer part of the group. Yet, they still had a great time and left with
a smile on their face. At least the songs they did play, they played very well.
The pace seemed a bit better than when I saw them in February in Northampton,
and last summer on the Cape. Maybe playing in front of an arena crowd gives them
new life!

The sound was quite good, probably the best I've heard at this arena (at least
from the seventh row in the center section). The crowd around me was pretty
respectful, but still energetic. There is not a lot of audience distraction on
the recording. The recording came out nice, though it took me longer than usual
to get the sound just right on this. I just hope that next time I see them,
the setlist is a bit fresher, maybe with some new material....or Jon!

-- MP June 2010