Produced by Wayne Hall, Jeffrey Crecelius and Preston Frazier
In a truly epic episode, as is appropriate for the 500th, Mark and I present a competition and have the privilege and pleasure to speak to not one but two Yes keyboard legends – founder member, Tony Kaye and present band member, Geoff Downes.
We talk to Tony about his recently-released and highly remarkable debut solo album, End of Innocence, as well as asking him some of the questions about Yes which have been keeping us up at night for years (well, not really).
Geoff Downes discusses new studio album The Quest which is, of course, a must-hear interview and there are lots of audio messages from Producers, Patrons and friends of the show to enjoy.
Miguel Falcao and David Pannell have very kindly provided brand new jingles and we think the episode is a fitting way to celebrate 10 years of the show.
We hope you enjoy it!
- What was the inspiration for End of Innocence?
- Why has Tony only now created his first solo album?
- What is Steve Howe’s production like on The Quest?
- How successful does Geoff Downes think the new record is?
Listen to the episode and let us know what you think!
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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: archive.org