1998-06-18 – Yes


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Alan Parsons Live Project Setlist Molson Amphitheatre, Toronto, ON, Canada 1998, On Air

Band: The Alan Parsons Live Project
Venue: Molson Amphitheatre, Toronto ON
Date: June 18, 1998
Tour: On Air

Members Of The Band:
Alan Parsons (Guitar, Vocals, Keyboards and Percussion)
Ian Bairnson (Guitar and Saxophone)
Stuart Elliot (Drums)
Peter Beckett (Vocals and Keyboards)
John Giblin (Bass)
John Beck (Keyboards)
Neil Lockwood (Vocals and Guitar)

Comments: I’ve always loved The Alan Parsons Project. As a matter of fact, when the time arrived to purchase our first CD player, I thought long and hard as to what our first CD purchase to play on said player would be. In my mind, there was no better CD to pick that Tales of Mystery and Imagination by the APP. I’ll tell you, it didn’t disappoint. And neither did this opening set by the APLP. From the opening assault of (The System of) Doctor Tarr And Professor Fether I knew we were in for a treat.

 

 

Alan Parsons Project(complete show)The-Live in Madrid

Yes Setlist Molson Amphitheatre, Toronto, ON, Canada 1998, Open Your Eyes Tour

Band: Yes
Venue: Molson Amphitheatre, Toronto ON
Date: June 18, 1998
Tour: Open Your Eyes

Members of the band:
Jon Anderson (Vocals and Guitar)
Steve Howe (Guitar)
Chirs Squire (Bass)
Alan White (Drums and Percussion)
Billy Sherwood (Guitar and Vocals)
Igor Khoroshev (Keyboards, Vocals and Percussion)

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Comments: Next to the Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman and Howe show, this is probably my favorite Yes concert. The main reason? No long, masturbatory solos. Sure, they did solo, but they solo’d within the context of the songs they were playing. The results were staggering. When they get right down to it, Yes are an amazing live band. For the first time in a long time and the first time on this tour they played Close To The Edge. It was majestic although flawed with the band missing cues and generally sounding like they were playing it for the first time on their current tour. But it was still incredible.

Yes- Open Your Eyes At Budapest (1998) Part 1- Siberian Khatru

Yes Open Your Eyes At Budapest (1998) Part 2- Rhythm Of Love

Yes- Open Your Eyes At Budapest (1998) Part 3- America

Yes- Open Your Eyes At Budapest (1998) Part 4- Open Your Eyes

Yes- Open Your Eyes At Budapest (1998) Part 5- And You And I

Yes- Open Your Eyes At Budapest (1998) Part 6- Heart Of The Sunrise

Yes- Open Your Eyes At Budapest (1998) Part 9- Wonderous Stories

Yes- Open Your Eyes At Budapest (1998) Part 11- Long Distance Runaround

Yes- Open Your Eyes At Budapest (1998) Part 13- Owner Of A Lonely Heart

Yes- Open Your Eyes At Budapest (1998) Part 16- I've Seen All Good People

Yes- Open Your Eyes At Budapest (1998) Part 17- Roundabout

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