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  • Actors: Jon Anderson, Steve Howe, Chris Squire, Rick Wakeman, Alan White
  • Directors: Julian Nicole-Kay
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Eagle Rock Ent
  • DVD Release Date: March 20, 2007
  • Run Time: 137 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000N3SOSY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #42,086 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Yes is one of the most innovative and successful rock bands of all time with a career that now spans five decades. In 2003 the band made their first appearance at the Montreux Festival, despite having a long association with the town itself (they recorded there frequently in the seventies). It was a triumphant night and is regarded by both the band members and fans as probably the finest Yes gig ever to be filmed. It has been much in demand and is now finally cleared for release.

Tracklisting
1) Siberian Khatru
2) Magnification
3) Don't Kill The Whale
4) In The Presence Of
5) We Have Heaven
6) South Side Of The Sky
7) And You And I
8) To Be Over
9) Clap
10) Show Me
11) Rick Wakeman Solo Medley
12) Heart Of The Sunrise
13) Long Distance Runaround
14) The Fish
15) Awaken
16) I've Seen All Good People
17) Roundabout

Customer Reviews

A must for all YES fans, and any true music lover!
David Momberg
I enjoy the old concerts of there's this one is a great one to get if you like there old hits.
Kurt Mstoecklhuber
The photography, sound and quality of the DVD is great, the show moves along at a good pace.
V. Albano

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61 of 65 people found the following review helpful By John E. Payne on March 26, 2007
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I am like everybody else with a whole shelf of Yes DVDs. I swore I would never buy another one until a new album came out but in a weak moment I bought this one. I am sad to report that if you are a Yes fan, you have to own this! Remember the "Keys" DVD; this is what we hoped that one would have been the best video of the classic line up. That one fell short but after all now we have the 35th anniversary one right? Well, this one as the other reviewers have pointed out is the best one yet & they are right. The band was on fire and on their best behavior. Just buy it now and put the 35th on the shelf for awhile.
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49 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Rykre on March 24, 2007
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Although YesYears is the perfect documentary DVD to have of Yes, this new DVD of Yes "Live at the Montreaux" even exceeds the quality and appeal of the "Songs of Tsongas" DVD that I've bought last year.

The picture quality is excellent. I'd say that this was filmed in either High Definition or it was, at least, filmed with very high quality cameras put to high quality film. What makes this one better (to me) over "Tsongas" is the line-up of the tunes. They played more of the classic standards from the seventies, plus it allowed for them all to enjoy showing off some of their solo work. Rick Wakeman's solo alone makes the whole show so rewarding to watch and to own. I don't have any Rick Wakeman DVD's where his performance entertained me as much as his solo did on this DVD.

I am hearing some sound quality flaws here and there but it's not too disturbing. And, at one point, I think Jon Anderson was censored for saying something that had to be "bleeped" out. Oh well.

"Keys to Ascension" was my favorite live Yes DVD because of the chosen songs. But this new "Live at Montreaux" DVD surpasses the appeal of all the known releases of Yes performed live. (To me anyway).

Jump on it people! It's that good!!!!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By S. Schulman on March 24, 2007
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Don't get me wrong... I love this band and I am thankful that we have another DVD to capture the live Yes experience. The audio is great and it doesn't seem to be "touched up" in any way, although I only got to watch the first couple of songs last night before my kids took over the TV... If you are into close ups of Steve Howe's fingers (even during Rick's solo's), you've come to the right place. I couldn't even tell what Chris Squire was wearing until the third or fourth song. It seems like they had four cameras, with one permanently focused on each person but Chris, who is obviously the most dynamic performer of the bunch. Again, I am grateful for any recording of this band, but it's frustrating to have the camera focusing on Steve or Jon during keyboard or bass solo's. Any Yes fan knows that you need to be ready to watch Rick's fingers during the harpsichord part of Siberian Khatru, but the director (who was probably affiliated with the Jazz Festival or the original TV broadcast, not the band) seems a bit late on all of these types of parts. All in all, though, it's a great set list and a piece of history that every Yes fan should have.
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24 of 28 people found the following review helpful By B. Kerven on March 24, 2007
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Curse you, YES! Though I swore I wouldn't buy any more of your bi-annual live DVDs, you got me again! Great set, great setting, the right cast of players, 16:9 picture, DTS, and notably the only YES live DVD I own that has Heart of the Sunrise on it.

I'm a little weirded out that, even though this was recorded in Montreux, Going for the One wasn't played... or Vevey... weird.

I really mean it this time, guys... this is it! No more!

At least until your imminent stream of 40th anniversary CDs and DVDs next year...

Sheesh.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Timothy P. Jenson on June 18, 2007
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I own every Yes DVD to date... Montreux is good, but not as good as I hoped it would be. I may have over-hyped it a bit in my mind. I was really looking forward to this release which is basically the same concert that is contained in the Yesspeak "concert slideshow." Unfortunately the sound on this release isn't much better than the Yesspeak version. In addition to the audio letdown, the band just didn't seem to have the energy as they did on the 35th Anniversary Tour. I haven't seen or heard a Yes recording yet that does justice to how powerful and energetic they were playing at the end of the 35th tour. Steve plays well, but doesn't really get animated playing until the end of the concert. In Tsongas, he actually looks like he wants to be there and really rocks. Jon's voice seemed off a bit, they hardly showed Chris, Rick looked good but was back in the mix, and Alan was hardly audible. The recordings of "Southside" and "And You and I" aren't as good as on Tsongas either.

That being said, there are many positives to this recording. "Don't Kill the Whale" was energetic, the solos are fantastic (I've seen Steve play "To Be Over" several times live, and this is the best I've heard), and Awaken is extremely powerful, especially at the end.

All in all it is certainly worth buying, but I would recommend that you buy Tsongas, Symphonic, and An Evening of Yes first if you are looking for the best overall product.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on March 25, 2007
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I don't have an account, so this is filed under 13, but I've been around just as long as Yes has. I own all of their concert DVDs, and this one tops all of them by far. I saw Yes on this tour in Camden, NJ 2002, and it was just as spectacular a performance as the one on this DVD. The sound is crystal clear, as well as the picture. The setlist was very impressive as well. As one reviewer already stated, it's difficult to name any highlights, since the entire show was basically flawless. My only gripe about this DVD is that I thought (and others have said this also) that there were too many close-up shots of Steve's fingers and not enough shots of Chris Squire. This definitely isn't a major drawback, but it leaves the show feeling a little unbalanced. Other than that, I could not find anything wrong with this show. Even if you already have all their DVDs and have seen them over 30 times (like myself), I highly recommend picking this DVD up. It shows not only how good a band Yes was back in the day when they wrote these phenominal songs, but how well they can reproduce those sounds on stage in the year 2003.
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