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The seventy-first episode of the Yes Music Podcast featuring the Yes Alphabet – ‘H’.
Listen and see if all your ‘H’ ideas are present, then let me know by contacting me via any of the different routes on the right hand side or by leaving a comment below!
- H is for which one of the most important Yes musicians?
- Which prog rock instrument begins with H?
- Which tracks and albums begin with H?
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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:
5 replies on “Episode 71 – The Yes Alphabet – ‘H’”
Always a pleasure to tune in, Kevin!
Trevor Horn will certainly deserve a full dedicated show 🙂
I think “High” is from the 1979 “Paris sessions”, so it is post-Tormato (although it’s part of its expanded version). Chris Squire here seems to use an 8-string bass. The bass on “Holding On” is played by Tony Levin. I read on an interview that he did his best to impersonate Squire’s style on “Union” using his trademark “funk-fingers”
Thanks for the information, Miguel! Levin really is the only choice for replacing Squire (that I’ve heard so far…) unless you ever want to step in of course!
Hello! This is completely irrelevant but I’d like you to see “Hed G”‘s latest work of syching 8mm films:
It’s Awaken from ’77. Be sure to subscribe because I think there’s more coming.
Great link – thanks John! It’s fantastic to know that people out there care enough to do this kind of work.
It IS great and I think he’s working on some 1976 footage from Hartford. Looking forward to it. In case you haven’t heard, Forgotten Yesterdays is back!!!
Even if you’ve heard it some others may not.