Synopsis by Mark Deming
In 1985, British progressive rock legends Yes were making a major comeback following the success of their album 90125, and this concert film captured the band on-stage at the height of their powers, playing hits from that album as well as classics from their back catalog. Yes: 9012 Live features the lineup of Jon Anderson (vocals), Trevor Rabin (guitar and keyboards), Tony Kaye (keyboards), Chris Squire (bass), and Alan White (drums); songs include "Owner of a Lonely Heart," "I've Seen All Good People," "Leave It," "Changes," "Hold On," "Starship Trooper," and more. Notably, the film served as one of future indie-wunderkind Steven Soderbergh's first directorial credits.
music, performer, rock-music