Close to the Edge: The Story of Yes
For the past 30 years, Yes has been a musical force. In 1998 they were still out there touring, recording and staging a convincing come-back with a powerful new album; Open Your Eyes. Rock critic and author Chris Welch was there for the whole journey, interviewing the changing band members over the past 30 years.
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