Yes - featuring Anderson, Wakeman and Rabin live at the Apollo.
As Counting Out Time already mentioned, it is one of the most enjoyable live albums from a Yes line-up since keys to ascension. It has some remarkable highs and some lows as well.
On the positive side:
All the songs have received a new arrangement, which makes them sound new and fresh. Only Awaken sounds a bit lame. The tremendous church organ solo is missing. So it leaves you a bit disappointed.
The sound and the production are excellent. And so is the performance of the band overall. Lee Pomeroy plays a tremendous bass. His work on the album is the most enjoyable part of the performance.
On the negative side:
Alan White is sorely missing. Lou Molino is quite a decent drummer, but he is far from giving the songs the power, that Alan White can bring to them.
The overdubbed applause on all the tracks is superfluous and annoying at times. Good, that it doesn't come out too much in the mix.
All in all an album, I would recommend to any fan of the band. I like it a lot.