|Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman, Howe|
|Thursday, November 23, 1989 (30 years, 3 months ago)|
|Palazzo Di Palaeur Dello Sport (10,000 capacity)|
|Jon Anderson (Vocals)|
|Bill Bruford (Drums)|
|Steve Howe (Guitars)|
|Rick Wakeman (Keyboards)|
|Julian Colbeck (Keyboards)|
|Tony Levin (Bass)|
|Milton Mcdonald (Guitars)|
|Young Persons Guide To The Orchestra|
|Clap (The Yes Album)|
|Mood For A Day (Fragile)|
|Long Distance Runaround (Fragile)|
|Birthright (Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman, Howe)|
|And You And I (Close To The Edge)|
|I've Seen All Good People (The Yes Album)|
|Themes (Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman, Howe)|
|Order Of The Universe (Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman, Howe)|
|Starship Trooper (The Yes Album)|
|Sweet Dreams (Time And A Word)|
|'Time And A Word' dropped|
|'Owner Of A Lonely Heart' dropped|
|'Brother Of Mine' dropped|
|'Meeting, The' dropped|
|'Heart Of The Sunrise' dropped|
We went in Rome from the italian province with three friends and (my father !! LOL It is a too long story to explain why! :) )
I remember the gig as one of their best (I've seen 5 Yes gigs) mainly for unusual playlist of song, many from the ABWH album, but I like that album. It remained in my mind expecially "Order of the Universe" , "Birthright" but also "Sweet Dream" was a nice surprise.
They wear the same stage-clothes you can see on the DVD of that tour.
I've also seen for the first time Tony Levin.
Nice memories of that "mission"
|Audience 100 min (Audio)|