Album: Keys to Ascension Volumes 1 and 2 Artist: Yes 1998 Castle Communications CD: ESF CD 635 Band Members: Jon Anderson - Vocals, Lyricist, Guitars and Harp Steve Howe - Guitars, Vocals Chris Squire - Bass Guitar, Vocals Rick Wakeman - Keyboards Alan White - Drums, Vocals Produced by Yes & Billy Sherwood "The 4 CD's enclosed encompass the entire set of the original line up's historic concert in San Luis Obispo, California, plus 7 studio tracks." Tracks: DISC 1 - Recorded Live In San Luis Obispo 1. Siberian Khatru 10:16 2. The Revealing Science Of God 20:32 3. America 10:28 4. Onward 5:48 5. Awaken 18:33 DISC 2 - Recorded Live In San Luis Obispo 6. Roundabout 8:30 7. Starship Trooper 13:05 - New Studio Tracks Recorded 1996 8. Be The One 9:50 9. That, That Is 19:14 DISC 3 - Recorded Live In San Luis Obispo 10. I've Seen All Good People 7:16 a) Your Move b) All Good People 11. Going For The One 4:58 12. Time And A Word 6:23 13. Close To The Edge 19:40 a) The Solid Time Of Change b) Total Mass Retain c) I Get Up, I Get Down d) Seasons Of Man 14. Turn Of The Century 7:55 15. And You And I 10:84 a) Cord Of Life b) Eclipse c) The Preacher The Teacher d) Apocalypse DISC 4 - New Studio Tracks 16. Mind Drive 18:37 17. Foot Prints 9:09 18. Bring To The Power 7:25 19. Children Of The Light 6:02 A) Lightning B) Children Of The Light C) Lifeline 20. Sign Language 3:29 Comments: A beautiful package of both volumes of KEYS TO ASCENSION, this boxed set is -- almost -- the way it always should have been. Two disappointments: (1) the material could have been re-ordered to fit three discs [two live and onestudio], and (2) there are numerous mistakes on the outer box. The information above is as it appears on the packaging [with the exception that I changed the track numbers to continue sequentially through the discs]; note that "And You And I" actually clocks in at 10:48, track 18 should be "Bring Me To The Power," and track 19 erroneously adds "The" to the name, while the "Lightning" section does not appear on the disc, sadly. submitted by Ray Riethmeier.
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