Using rare contemporary footage, this entry in the illuminating ULTIMATE REVIEW series traces the first five years of the seminal British progressive rock band Yes, from its first album in 1968 to the 1973 departure of keyboardist Rick Wakeman. Fans are treated to a DVD-length Wakeman concert, and the set also includes extensive biographies of guitarist Steve Howe and the artist behind the band's iconic album illustrations, Roger Dean.
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The ultimate critical review of Yes during the crucial first five years of the bands history. Using rare archive film we trace the development of the band from its first album through to the controversy surrounding the release of Topographic Oceans and the departure of Rick Wakeman.
ROGER DEAN Views This is the official authorised biography of Roger Dean, the legendary artist behind the images and art of Yes.
The Ultimate Anthology Join Rick as he performs a powerful set live in concert.
STEVE HOWE An intimate portrait of one of the greatest guitarists in the history of rock.