Perpetual Change (1984)

Sorry I’ve been away for a while. Hopefully, posts will start trickling in again. Thanks for hanging with me!

Here is a rare performance of “Perpetual Change” from the 90125 tour. This was taken from the very first night of the tour, at Millersville University on February 28, 1984. It was only played once more before it was dropped. I thought it sounded pretty good.

I was reminded of this gig from a recent thread on Yesfans discussing the various venues we have seen Yes perform in. I wasn’t at this particular show, but it is a couple hours outside Philadelphia, so it was sort of local for me. I remember it being promoted on the local radio station as a big surprise. Contest winners were taken to the show, not even knowing who they were going to see. Must have been pretty cool…

Source/quality: Audience/B

Perpetual Change

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2 Responses to Perpetual Change (1984)

  1. Jim says:

    The nerve of them to drop this after only a few shows ;o). Sounds *really* good, another apparent example of how good classics sounded on the 90125 show. Very tight and Trevor does an admirable job.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I heard this lineup do this in 1994; nice to hear an ’84 version to compare it with. This is the full version, for one thing. Love what Tony’s doing behind the first verse.By the way, I have a really mundane request. Do you have a good version of “All Good People” from this tour that you could post? The one boot I have from this tour doesn’t have it, but judging from the version on the 9012Live video, that came out really nice on this tour, too.dead tanuki

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