Two Yes's are better than one. I'm glad (or at least I'm hoping) the two different iterations aren't fighting over the name. Just celebrating great music. And they made a lot of that - more than enough for two different bands to go out and play.
I've been lucky to see
- Yes on the 90125 tour (1984)
- Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman, and Howe (with Tony Levin) (1989)
- Yes on the Three Album tour (2014) where they played three of my favourite Yes albums of all time, Going for the One, Close to the Edge, and The Yes Album.
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