Yes - Live in Philadelphia 1979 (Castle/DVD)
1. "program start/intro"
Excellent, raw concert video of Jon Anderson, Steve Howe, Rick Wakeman, Chris Squire, and Alan White filmed at the Philadelphia Spectrum on June 21, 1979. While the footage isn't perfect, it's not bad either. The sound isn't bad either, considering when this was recorded. It's certainly necessary listening and viewing for any Yes fan. Biggest complaint is that I wish it would have been longer and included the entire show. Not sure exactly what year this concert was released.
Yes - Live from the House of Blues (Beyond/DVD) 1999
1. "Yours Is No Disgrace"
Outstanding video!!! I mean everything is just top notch; the sound quality, the performance, and the song selection. "Live At the House of Blues" is just an excellent concert video that no Yes fan should be without. Also included is a video for the studio version of "Homeworld (The Ladder)", a documentary of the making of "The Ladder" as well as a ton of other interactive stuff.
1. "Siberian Khatru"
Disappointing release. While the song listing is superb, and the video is quite good, the sound quailty here isn't very good. I had thought maybe my copy was defective as the sound levels were dropping in and out. However, a quick check on Amazon.com revealed that others had the same issues with the sound quality. However, the overall performance is so good, it's still a fun watch. Rick Wakeman's solo alone is worth the price of admission. Including great songs like "And You and I", "Awaken" and "Don't Kill the Whale", as well as the standard Yes fare, "Roundabout" and "Long Distance Runaround", made it even better. It's just a shame that the sound is up to par.