Yes: House of Yes - Live from the House of Blues

Overview

Over a dozen classic songs from Yes highlight this concert DVD. The image is a standard full-frame 1.33:1 transfer. English soundtracks are rendered in both Dolby Digital 5.1 and Dolby Digital Stereo. There are neither subtitles nor closed-captions. Supplemental materials include a 5.1 mix of the single "Homeworld (The Ladder)" from their album The Ladder, a video press kit about the making of the album, a virtual tour book containing photos and bios of the band members, and -- in the DVD-ROM portion of the disc ...
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Overview

Over a dozen classic songs from Yes highlight this concert DVD. The image is a standard full-frame 1.33:1 transfer. English soundtracks are rendered in both Dolby Digital 5.1 and Dolby Digital Stereo. There are neither subtitles nor closed-captions. Supplemental materials include a 5.1 mix of the single "Homeworld (The Ladder)" from their album The Ladder, a video press kit about the making of the album, a virtual tour book containing photos and bios of the band members, and -- in the DVD-ROM portion of the disc -- a special edition HTML version of the Yesworld website.
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Special Features

Dolby Digital 5.1 audio and 2 channel stereo audio options; "Virtual tourbook" featuring photos and bios; Bonus 5.1 music track o the single "Homeworld" (The Ladder)" from Yes' latest album The Ladder with video footage from Homeworld, the PC-CD ROM game by Sierra studios and Relic entertainment; Video press kit about the making of The Ladder; Instant song access; DVD-ROM playability; Interactive menus; Special-edition HTML version of the Yesworld website
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Glen Sansone
The progressive rock band Yes has endured for 30 years -- an amazing feat in light of its ever-changing of lineup and its fair share of sonic duds. The early-'70s lineup -- led by Jon Anderson's ethereal falsetto, Chris Squire's textural bass work, and guitarist Steve Howe's exquisite orchestral structures -- made arguably the finest art/prog-rock records of that era, melding psychedelic, classical, jazz, and flamboyant rock to mesmerizing effect. In support of the band's 1999 release The Ladder, the Anderson/Howe/Squire core fronted a Yes lineup including drummer Alan White, keyboardist Igor Koroshev, and guitarist Billy Sherwood (now departed). The band's show at House of Blues in Las Vegas, presented here and on a CD release, dazzled the crowd with musicianship, serving up classics such as "Yours Is No Disgrace," "And You and I," and "Roundabout" with vigor. The band fires up all the cylinders in this 15-song set, sounding more like a vital unit instead of a dusted-off dinosaur band. The DVD also features, among other things, in-studio interviews with the band during the making of The Ladder, as well as a 5.1 track of "Homeworld" featuring video footage from the same-titled CD-ROM game. An extraordinary document for the most devoted Yes fans.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/30/2004
  • UPC: 801213907397
  • Original Release: 2000
  • Rating:

  • Source: Eagle Rock Ent
  • Region Code: 14
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:52:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 41,268

Cast & Crew

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Yes
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Introduction [1:36]
2. Yours Is No Disgrace [12:46]
3. Time and a Word [1:01]
4. Homeworld [9:23]
5. Perpetual Change [11:24]
6. Lightning Strikes [5:11]
7. The Messenger [6:31]
8. Ritual-Nous Sommes Du Soleil [:53]
9. And You and I [11:29]
10. It Will Be a Good Day (The River) [6:12]
11. Face to Face [5:19]
12. Awaken [17:07]
13. You Move/I've Seen All Good People [8:25]
14. Cinema [1:59]
15. Owner of a Lonely Heart [6:01]
16. Roundabout [5:07]
17. End Credits [1:30]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Concert
   Chapters
   Audio
      5.1 Dolby Digital
      2.0 Stereo
   Extras
      Virtual Tourbook
      Homeworld: 5.1 Mix of Album Version
      Making of "The Ladder"
      Web Links
         Yesworld.com
         Hob.Com It Is Live
         Beyondmusic.com
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 21, 2003

    ''musically captivating''

    From a longtime yes fan, this video is very good quality, the only disappointment I found was that on certain songs it didn't seem like squire's bass came through with that known yes punch. My thinking was the way they were setup, he had billy sherwood to his left, so that may be the reason for the lack of punch because I found sherwood's guitar to be rather loud in some of the songs, but overall the old songs sound os much more fresher, that from a musicians standpoint your able to point out certain subtleties in the song.

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