Progeny: Highlights From Seventy-Two — Deluxe Edition — 14 CD Box Set

Today is the day.

No, it is not true that Yes lyrics are being added to the New Testament

“Let us rejoice in this momentous occasion,” said Pope John Paul II in a special service at St. Peter’s. “And let no man be unmoved, remembering the words of Jesus: ‘In and around the lake, mountains come out of the sky, and they stand there.’ Amen.”

…but we do get the epic release of Progeny today. Which is still pretty darn great!

There’s a nice 2-disc set of highlights if you can’t imagine yourself like me, listening to all 14 compact discs.

Disc: 1
1. Opening (Excerpt From Firebird Suite) / Siberian Khatru (Live at Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New Yor
2. I’ve Seen All Good People: Your Move / All Good People (Live at Knoxville Civic Coliseum, Knoxville,
3. Heart of the Sunrise (Live at Knoxville Civic Coliseum, Knoxville, Tennessee November 15, 1972)
4. Clap/Mood For A Day (Live at Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, North Carolina November 12, 1972)
5. And You And I [I. Cord Of Life, II. Eclipse, III. The Preacher The Teacher, IV. Apocalypse] (Live at
Disc: 2
1. Close To The Edge (I. The Solid Time Of Change, II. Total Mass Retain, III. I Get Up I Get Down, IV.
2. Excerpts From “The Six Wives of Henry VIII” (Live at Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, North Carolina)
3. Roundabout (Live at Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Ontario October 31, 1972)
4. Yours is No Disgrace (Live at Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, North Carolina November 12, 1972)

But wouldn’t you want to buy the whole thing, just for the packaging and the new art?!

Can’t wait for my 14 CDs to arrive in the mail…

One thought on “Progeny: Highlights From Seventy-Two — Deluxe Edition — 14 CD Box Set

  1. Bryan Morey

    The mixing and production had better be superior to the crap on the original records. As much as I like Yes’ music, I absolutely refuse to buy their albums because the audio quality royally sucks so bad. No bass, whatsoever. Even on the new album, it sounds awful! In the 1970s, they got away with the being cheap excuse. Today, with how good and affordable the technology has become, there is no excuse for these multimillionaires to be putting out crap audio quality records. My Dad told me that the Yes concert he went to in the early 80s (no Steve Howe) was very similar – poor live audio quality with no bass.

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