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The one hundred and fourteenth episode of the Yes Music Podcast, featuring various performances of Owner of a Lonely Heart.
- How has this track been approached by different line-ups?
- What effect does Steve Howe have when he’s present?
- Can anyone play that Rabin solo apart from him?
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7 replies on “Episode 114 – Yes Tracks Through Time – Part 6 – Owner of a Lonely Heart”
Great episode, Kevin. Have you heard this version from the Trevor Horn tribute concert? It’s an odd lineup: Downes, Howe, Rabin, Squire, White: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75O9XiiYHPA
Thanks, Kevin. Yes I am aware of that recording which has its moments. I didn’t include it because of the odd line-up (i.e. arguably not a ‘real’ Yes version) but now I think it might have been a good idea. Oh well… thanks for listening.
Hi Kevin, thanks for the the clip of the Trevor Horn tribute concert – interesting to see/hear the horn section and Trevor R singing. Think it was a missed opportunity here – maybe to let Steve H loose on one of the guitar solos or had him ‘duel’ with Trevor R on the middle solo using Steve’s trademark guitar sounds. Have you heard “The Producers” (Trevor Horn and Co) doing OOALH? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M2JOayRutws and here is TH again discussing the song http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M2JOayRutws
oops messed up the link… TH discussing the song is at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ceMZXi-mys
Thanks for those links, Paul – very interesting stuff there. Incidentally, nice new avatar photo!
Just got the Yes box set–the Big Generator remaster sounds great…but it features a dance remix of “Love Will Find a Way” and THREE dance mixes of “Rhythm of Love.” Oh, vey!
Amazing what’s in that archive! Not sure we really need all those remixes, though! Thanks for the comment.