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Episode 163 – Quiz results and Christmas Yes haul!

Waiting quietly for their turn on this week's episode!
Part of the Christmas Haul!
The Second YMP Quiz!

The one hundred and sixty-third episode of the Yes Music Podcast featuring the results of the second YMP Quiz and a preview of the items I received for Christmas which I am going to be featuring in forthcoming episodes.

  • Who won the quiz?
  • Who were the runners up?
  • What Yes related items did I receive for Christmas?

Listen to the episode and then add your contributions in any way you like!

Show links and notes

Mark Anthony K’s shots of Like It Is

Ken Fuller Flash Video

Review of Tormato via Miguel Falcao

Ben Craven’s latest TuneLeak

Preston Frazier’s Best concerts of 2014

Shoot High Aim Low article

Time Trip Radio’s Yes concerts


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Theme music

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

8 replies on “Episode 163 – Quiz results and Christmas Yes haul!”

Can’t believe I won the YMP quiz! Interesting to hear that Close To The Edge was supposed to look like leather. I could not find that anywhere. Glad to hear the podcast is back on the air and on the web! Hope you and yours are doing well. Happy New Year & Thanks for all you do in supporting my favorite prog band!

Great to hear you are happy, Barry. I am getting things sorted out for your [small] prize but being my usual ridiculously slow self…sorry.


I’m a few weeks behind, and just catching up now I think you quoted me in the quiz on Roy Thomas Baker, but my first name isn’t Ken! 🙂 Having said that, I appreciate the compliment all the same!

Glad to see you back, and hope things are better at home.

Kevin Brodie

Hello Kevin!

I know this reply is well after the original episode, but I’ve been meaning to get around to it and had to confirm that I heard you identify the icebergs in the cover artwork for Drama.

They are not icebergs, they are in fact a perfect rendering of a rock formation at Vasquez Rocks Natural Area Park located on Highway 14 just north of Los Angeles.

They have been the setting for many television episodes; my favorites are Star Trek episode Arena (in which Kirk must fight the Gorn) and The Twilight Zone episode The Zanti Misfits (I saw it when I was young and it terrified me for years).

I stumbled upon the park several years ago when I was traveling in that area with my son, and we spent an afternoon there, all the while imagining ourselves in these tv shows, and for my part, running through a Roger Dean landscape.

I encourage you to take a look at the tv episodes I’ve mentioned. I’d like to know what you think!

Hi Steve and thanks for the information! I will indeed take a look at those episodes and see if I can spot the rock formations. Roger Dean borrowing from nature just like so many other classic artists!

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