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The one hundred and fifty first episode of the Yes Music Podcast featuring the 1999 live album, House of Yes Live from House of Blues.
- How does a 6-man Yes sound?
- How do they approach the classic material?
- How does Khoroshev do live?
Listen to the episode and then let me know what you think.
Photographs from Andy
Critical Mass Part 2 by Ben Craven
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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 the following two creative commons sources: thanvannispen and archive.org
8 replies on “Episode 151 – House of Yes Live from House of Blues”
Wow I have to say that was a huge surprise for me to hear my hero from Yes Mr. Steve Howe with a very sweet and jolly introduction to YMP….
I must say Kevin it just proves that you are In the big leagues…
Great show as always I feel that it would only be fair at this point if the other members of Yes and former members of Yes would and should follow suit and lend their introduction to the YMP I mean really its always been about Yes and there wonderful music that brings people from all over the world to listen and to learn and be surprised about the greatest progressive rock band in the world truly the one band I feel that started the real progressive rock from its infancy.
Thanks Paul. It’s great isn’t it? All down to listeners, of course. Hopefully what you say will come true!
**** me! CONGRATULATIONS!!! You have Steve Howe now as well!!!
Thanks John. Great to know you are as excited as me!
I love the Ladder and listening to it brings back particularly good memories for me but I would bet good money that you will never hear it again live.
Yes I agree. Shame.
Kevin, Cinema won the Grammy for best rock instrumental performance. Cheers
Thanks for that. Thought it was live performance. I stand corrected! 🙂