Yes – I’ve Seen All Good People

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An evening pause: The song has two parts, Your move, followed by All Good People. This performance was performed live in 2004, was entirely acoustic, and was filmed live before a studio audience and transmitted live to 25 theaters throughout the United States.

Hat tip Frank Kelly.


One comment

  • Chris

    These guys came close to defining the 70’s progressive rock era. For The Relayer album I believe they were given complete control over the content.
    Steve Howe is a master who is in love with the guitar. His approach is very different than most others, he plays what is right for the song – if simple OK – if radically complex OK. He gets it done.
    To think they kept these guys OUT of the Rock n Roll Hallof Fame is truely amazing to me and tells me!

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