16/09/2009

1994 - Philadelphia

Spectrum Arena, Philadelphia, PA, USA
August 26, 1994
Finally we have a show from the Talk tour here. I admit I have never cared much about their last album with Rabin, but when I listened to this show I really understood why so many people say The Endless Dream is an overlooked masterpiece.
And they don't play just this song from Talk, actually 6 of the album's 7 songs are played in this concert, showing the band really thought this material was indeed valuable (compare, for example, with the two new songs they played o
n Open Your Eyes tour).
So Endless Dream was a big surprise to me, I hope it is for you all as well. And Rabin's piano solo also exceeds expectations.

Setlist :

Intro-Perpetual Change
The Calling
I Am Waiting
Rhythm Of Love
Real Love
Changes
Heart Of The Sunrise
Make It Easy
Owner Of A Lonely Heart
Rabin Piano Solo
And You And I
Where Will You Be?
I've Seen All Good People
Walls
Endless Dream
Roundabout
Purple Haze

Links on comments!
From left to right: Billy Sherwood, Alan, Trevor, Jon, Chris. Poor Tony Kaye was left behind, as usual.


8 comments:

Martini said...

Links:
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http://sharebee.com/9c04c5f8

Reimer said...

thanks - I love 'Talk' actually, apart from Rabin's 'Walls; track.

Anonymous said...

Curious to note that Anderson announces Tony's name along with Trevor prior To CHANGES being performed

JC said...

Thanks a lot guy

Anonymous said...

It's great to have so many good recordings from this tour. The different line-up and new songs really made for some fantastic and unique shows. Wish Yes had played as much of the Keys albums live as they did Talk.

John

Camarillo Brillo said...

Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting this. I was at this show. Talk was a great album. Rabin never got the respect he should have amongst Yes fans.
-Nick

Anonymous said...

I too was at the show and thought Endless Dream was mindblowing. Unbelievable - not a huge Trevor Rabin fan or fan of the Yes-west time, but this show was incredible. I saw the Union tour in NY in 1991 and was hooked forever, but this show was something special.