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The anniversary journey continues for the pioneers of Progressive Rock and fans will finally get what they have been asking for, a Yes DVD featuring the classic band line up with narration by The WhoGÇÖs Roger Daltry. The 3-hour film, shot in Europe during the recent 35th anniversary year, includes intimate and humorous observations into their music, their life on the road, and their own personal viewpoints. YES have rocked the world for 35 years, they were the pioneers of progressive rock. A Grammy award winning band YES sold in excess of 35 million albums. Five individual virtuosos that make up one of the greatest rock bands in history. YES is a band that continue to grow stronger and play sell out tours, worldwide year after year.
Shot during the group's 35th anniversary European tour, Yesspeak offers a 169-minute documentary about the classic progressive rock band Yes, together with an audio-only presentation of their 2003 set. The feature, narrated by Roger Daltrey, is a refreshingly straightforward affair, with a near three-hour running time allowing rather more depth than the usual rockumentary. Divided into 10 chapters, the program systematically covers the background, history, and outlook of the group before an extended interview with each of the five members of the classic lineup: Jon Anderson (vocals), Steve Howe (guitar), Chris Squire (bass), Alan White (drums), and Rick Wakeman (keys). Finally there are more general sections on touring and the band's music. Archive material and glimpses of the 2003 tour are interwoven with the interviews, but this is very much a documentary, not a concert (to see Yes at their modern best, watch Yes: Symphonic Live, 2002).
The documentary puts a positive spin on a sometimes checkered past, and it's clearly aimed at long-term fans, but for those who have followed Yes through the decades this is satisfyingly comprehensive and thoroughly enjoyable; from Steve Howe's famous but still entertaining guitar/Concord story, to Rick Wakeman's tea break during a typically expansive solo. --Gary S. Dalkin
Yes has been in a league of their own for decades. Jon Anderson is "Yes"...Published 12 months ago by Jolip
I've seen yes about 1000 * always good to see method than 1 love your music great sweetie thanks before does thisPublished 13 months ago by john
The 35 Anniversary DVD. Just shows how one Progressive Rock band keeps on Rockin' Here you can watch the band over and over. Enjoy the show.Published 21 months ago by Joseph B. Arlington
This DVD is amazing!!! it features backstage scenes, and interviews with Jon Anderson, Steve Howe, Rick Wakeman, Chris Squire and Alan White. Read morePublished on November 17, 2008 by Alvaro Arango Vallejo
This two-DVD "rockumentary", recorded in 2003 during the 35th Anniversary Tour, provides an up-close and personal look at each individual member of the classic lineup of Yes: Jon... Read morePublished on January 19, 2008 by John A. Bertels
Yes has been my favorite band since the early 70's (yes, I am that old). So naturally I enjoy seeing interviews, hearing some history about the band, etc. Read morePublished on May 12, 2006 by Mike
100% PURE GOLD; THE LIVE CONCERT MUSICAL PORTION IS MIND-BLOWING MUSICALE CRAFTSMANSHIP!!! LISTEN THRU HEADPHONES, ADJUST THE LOW SONIC FREQUENCIES SO THAT ALLEN'S BASS DRUM CAN... Read morePublished on January 11, 2006 by Ernest L. Street
I bought this thinking it was going to be a full live set. I gotta admit, the song list they had sounded quite impressive. Read morePublished on December 27, 2005 by Imad Abbadi
The five members of Yes are profiled and speak casually to the camera about the longevity of the band and it's future. Read morePublished on October 31, 2005 by Guy De Federicis