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Front cover to 2006 DVD release
|Directed by||Steven Soderbergh|
|Produced by||Yes, Tony Dimitriades|
|Distributed by||Image Entertainment (DVD)|
9012Live is a concert film featuring the English rock band Yes, recorded at Northlands Coliseum in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada on 28 and 29 September 1984 on the band's tour in support of their eleventh studio album, 90125 (1983). It mostly features performances from 90125, which was their highest selling album. The band consists of singer Jon Anderson, guitarist Trevor Rabin, keyboardist Tony Kaye, bassist Chris Squire, and drummer Alan White. The film includes computer special effects from Charlex.
9012Live was released on VHS and aired on MTV in November 1985 as a companion release to the live album 9012Live: The Solos. It was released on DVD in 2006 with bonus footage and a director's cut without the Charlex effects and 1950s stock footage.
9012Live was also Academy Award-winner Steven Soderbergh's first directorial effort.
- Jon Anderson: lead and backing vocals, guitar
- Trevor Rabin: guitar, lead and backing vocals
- Chris Squire: bass, backing vocals
- Tony Kaye: keyboards, backing vocals on "Leave It"
- Alan White: drums, backing vocals on "Leave It"
- "Leave It"
- "Hold On"
- "I've Seen All Good People"
- "Make It Easy (Intro)" – "Owner of a Lonely Heart"
- "It Can Happen"
- "City of Love"
- "Starship Trooper"
Bonus features on DVD
- Special director's cut - this features only live footage of the band, omitting the Charlex effects. It includes all the songs from the main portion of the DVD, in the same order.
- "Roundabout" - the band performing "Roundabout" which was omitted from the original release.
- Access All Areas documentary
- Band interviews