Personally I do not want to dismiss "Yessongs" or "Yesshows" neither "90125 live", but the balance between the classic Yes and the new one (I am referring to the line up in those days; line up that was very important in not letting the band died or remained only as an autotribute group in the last half of the 90's) is simply perfect.
The tracklist is great, although the actual venue also included "Hearts" and "Close to the Edge", these tracks were skipped from the mixing of the whole album
You will hear a very organic sound: every one will be playing flawlessly their parts.
A more colaborative work is made by Howe and Sherwood, more than the previous "Open your Eyes" tour.
Off course, Steve is the lead guitar, but Billy isn't limited to only rythm guitars or a plain second guitar. He provides an excelent wallsound to the classic songs and he has his highlights in tunes like: "The Messenger", "Cinema" "Lighting Strikes" and "Owner of a lonely heart"
Anderson's voice is fresh ! Squire's bass outstanding and with his unique trademark. White's drumms sounds as always like a thunder ! and Khoroshev blends the best of the Kaye-Wakeman era (he was a very good keyboard player for the band at that time)
I think this can summarize my insights about this gig at The House of Blues (Las Vegas), back in 1999 on a Halloween Night.
Try to get the video also of this concert which is available for order.
I hope this review helped you!