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Despite what I say in the episode, this is definitely the one hundred and seventeenth episode of the Yes Music Podcast, featuring some reflections on 2013 and some plans for 2014.
- Did the YMP achieve all its goals in 2013?
- What’s coming up in 2014?
- What would you like to see?
Listen and see if you can think of anything you’d like to see in 2014, then let me know by contacting me via any of the methods below.
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4 replies on “Episode 117 – 2013 and 2014”
Great work as always 2013 was full of ups and downs but I have always made it a point to check out the podcast.
I would really like to see a Google hangout type affair where Yes fans could all share memories of new and old from the band I feel that if anyone could pull that off it would be you for sure!
All the Kevin keep up the great work
from the great state of Michigan!
( you know the one that looks like a mitten)
Thanks, Paul. I agree, we must make time for some round table events this year.
Great review of 2013. At my age I need a reminder of all the fascinating episodes we’ve received throughout the year – I’d forgotten many and this ep helped me relive several happy memories. I’m involved in a club which meets weekly from September through May, and I know how difficult it can be to come up with varied ideas from week to week – so I can really appreciate what it must be like to have to come up with ideas and content all year round. I’ve been listening “live” since episode 4 and like many others, really look forward to my little dose of Yesfacts and Yeschat every week.
This year I’m looking forward to the eBook (although sadly I have nothing to contribute) and, of course, the new album and seeing Yes at the Royal Albert Hall on May 8th.
Thanks, Tim. It’s great to hear you are still enjoying the podcast. Given the wealth of music and activity over almost 50 years, it’s really not too hard to come up with ideas – especially when listeners make suggestions!