Episode 151 – House of Yes Live from House of Blues

House of Yes
CD set purchased circa. 2000

The one hundred and fifty first episode of the Yes Music Podcast featuring the 1999 live album, House of Yes Live from House of Blues.

  • How does a 6-man Yes sound?
  • How do they approach the classic material?
  • How does Khoroshev do live?

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Episode 150 – The Yes Music Podcast Wayback Machine

150The one hundred and fiftieth episode of the Yes Music Podcast! To celebrate this milestone, I present a montage of clips from the life of the podcast.

  • How did it all begin?
  • Have I stayed true to the original concept of the podcast?
  • How many voices do you recognise on this special episode?

Listen to the episode and then let me know what you’ve particularly enjoyed over the past 150 episodes.

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Episode 149 – The Yes Alphabet – ‘S’

...brought to you by the letter, 'S'.
…brought to you by the letter, ‘S’.

The one hundred and forty-ninth episode of the Yes Music Podcast, featuring various concepts, characters and tracks beginning with the letter, ‘S’.

  • Which letter ‘S’ has been connected with the band for over 23 years but is not a current member?
  • Which tracks begin with, ‘S’?
  • Which letter ‘S’ tracks are sublime and which are silly?

Listen to the episode and then let me know what I’ve missed via any of the methods below.

Please record a voicemail saying, “This is [insert name] from [insert location] and you’re listening to the Yes Music Podcast” in your own language and accent.

I’ll play all the ones I receive on the 150th episode! Many thanks.

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Episode 148 – Playing someone else’s part

Jon Davison
Jon Davison sings almost all someone else’s parts…

The one hundred and forty-eighth episode of the Yes Music Podcast, featuring lots of news as well as some thoughts about what happens when new group members have to play lines they didn’t create.

  • Can the original feel be replicated by new personnel?
  • Copy or add a new slant?
  • Are new versions always successful?

Listen to the episode and then let me know what you think via any of the methods below.

Please record a voicemail saying, “This is [insert name] from [insert location] and you’re listening to the Yes Music Podcast” in your own language and accent.

I’ll play all the ones I receive on the 150th episode! Many thanks.

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