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The one hundred and nineteenth episode of the Yes Music Podcast, featuring some interesting facts and concepts beginning with the letter, ‘Q’.
- Are there any Yes songs beginning with ‘Q’?
- What links does Yes have with Queen?
- How might the legacy of Queen directly affect the new Yes album?
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3 replies on “Episode 119 – The Yes Alphabet – ‘Q’”
As you are a big fan of Yes and Queen you might like this YouTube interview from the Face To Face series as Rick Wakeman interviews (chats really) to Brian May http://youtu.be/75cxAKz_RVY
Very entertaining episode…and thank you for the two shout outs! You are correct: “Quartet” was released as a single–I used to have it–which was really a three minute reworking of the “I’m Alive” section. You can find it on the ‘In the Big Dream” making of ABWH video and it was included as a bonus track on Voiceprint’s recent reissue of ABWH. I really like the single, but I would be curious to hear what you have to say.
Here’s someone’s homemade video of the song…but you hear the entire single. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OlGHklW_ZII
Before I listened to the episode, I tried to think of what Yes trivia could belong in the letter ‘Q’. I thought of Quartet, but also came up with QPR – the 1975 concert video of our favorite band.