Episode 47 – Keys to Ascension live tracks – part 2

CDs purchased 1996 and 1997 (click to enlarge)

The forty-seventh episode of the Yes Music Podcast featuring the live tracks from ‘Keys to Ascension’.

  • Does the quality keep up in the other live tracks?
  • Are there hints of over-dubbing?
  • Are the band note perfect – and does it matter?
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Theme music

The music I use is the last movement of Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite. This has been used as introduction music at many Yes concerts. My theme music is not take from a live concert – I put it together from the following two creative commons sources:

thanvannispen and archive.org

2 thoughts on “Episode 47 – Keys to Ascension live tracks – part 2”

  1. oh you’re such a tease….
    You know I have the DVD and I’m pretty sure they dubbed a bunch because there times when it seems to me that there vocal parts were off to the video but I’m not a expert just notice but I’m going to watch it again just to make sure. I totally agree with you on your comment about seeing them and yes there getting older and I would not expect Steve Howe to play like he did back in the 70’s thats just dumb its amazing he still can play as well as he does to me that’s the great thing about all those men they are not young and they have gone through the most turbulent time in music history meaning they survived while others have kinda of gone to the waste side. There are a number of bands that may still be together however there music is iffy at best so for myself I know its always a pleasure to hear them play whenever they can.
    I can’t wait until next week as always great show great job
    take care
    I will be listing next week
    Paul Tomei

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