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The one hundred and eleventh episode of the Yes Music Podcast, featuring a short look back into the history of the band, on this day 10, 20, 30 and 40 years ago.
- What was the line up at the time?
- Were the band touring?
- Was there a recent album to promote?
See if you can recall any of the events mentioned and then let me know by contacting me via any of the methods below.
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2 replies on “Episode 111 – This Day in Yes History – Part 1”
I suppose it was in 1973 that I first listened to Yes. I borrowed Close To The Edge from a schoolmate. From then on I was hooked. The artwork was a massive bonus as I was into that too.
In 1983, I remember being delighted to hear Jon singing with the band again, and although the music was a complete departure, I really liked 90125. It reminds me well of the flat I lived in at the time, in the Montpellier area of Cheltenham.
!993 has no specific memory of Yes, though I continued to buy their new releases (studio and live) throughout the nineties.
2003 has no memory for me where Yes is concerned. I think by then I’d become tired of their regurgitations of the old material done live yet again but not as well as in the past.
Fantastic to have been a fan at those important early and mid points! The benefit of age and experience! Thanks for the comment.