Yes: Circus Of Heaven *Remastered*. (Dynamite Studios :: DS94F059/060 - Remastered by The Tooleman)
Recorded Live at Colisee Pepsi, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada - April 18, 1979.
Excellent+ Soundboard Recording :: Silver CDs :: MP3 CBR 320 kbps & FLAC.
01. Close Encounters Of The Third Kind
02. Siberian Khatru
03. Heart Of The Sunrise
04. Future Times/Rejoice
05. Circus Of Heaven
06. Time And A Word/Long Distance Runaround/Survival/The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus)/Perpetual Change/Soon
07. Don't Kill The Whale
08. The Clap (Steve Howe's Solo)
01. Starship Trooper
02. On The Silent Wings Of Freedom
03. Wakeman Solo
05. Tour Song
06. I've Seen All Good People
Files: 15. :: Size: 322 MB (mp3) | 842 MB (flac).
Total Time: 02:20:50 hour/s.
Notes: ** Liberated bootleg ** - ** Includes album art ** - ** Excellent soundboard recording ** - ** Remastered and pitch-corrected by TheTooleMan, July 2011 **
The review by Bill Glahn, posted on Forgotten Yesterdays and copied below, tells you most of what you want to know about this recording, though he makes a few incorrect assertions. Here's the rest of the story:
The performance is as good as the sound quality, which makes for a real treat. I discovered I have two versions of this recording, one of which has small cuts during the ambience and some lead-in notes between songs. I used the most complete version to create this edition. Bill Glahn may have been referring to the other version in some of his comments. Contrary to the review, I never found a cut or edit in Starship Trooper, but there was a fade-out and fade-in which disguised a tape flip during "The Fish" in the long medley. I cross-faded the two parts on the beat so the music never stops. This is a big improvement.
The front cover album art looks more like YesShows than Relayer.
Prof. Goody and I were in agreement about the pitch correction factor required for disk one of the set, but disk two was not as fast as disk one. Goody later agreed with my assessment: 49 cents lower for disk one, and 36 cents lower for disk two. You'll find the drums and bass pack a bit more wallop in this version, and there's a little more ambience, too. You can't go wrong with this one. TheTooleMan, July, 2011. (Info taken from Original Info File).
*Remastered by The TooleMan (Near Perfect Audio)*