Episode 73 – My hopes for the new Yes album

What will it be like?
What will it be like?

The seventy-third episode of the Yes Music Podcast featuring some hopes for the new Yes album which is supposed to be recorded in 2013.

Listen and see if you are hoping for the same thnigs as me, then let me know by contacting me via any of the different routes on the right hand side or by leaving a comment below!

  • Will the new album be another Fly From Here?
  • What difference will Jon Davison make?
  • Will it be epic, progressive or modern?

Please send in photographs of your favourite Yes-related memorabilia

  1. Upload your photograph (with your name in the title) via the page here.
  2. Let me know what you have uploaded and why via the contact form here or by leaving a voicemail on the telephone number on the right or via the green ‘Record a message’ button.

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This can be any kind of Yes item – it doesn’t need to be rare or valuable – we are just interested in the story behind it and why it means so much to you. (By uploading, you agree to let me add your photograph to a YouTube video and to re-tell your story on the podcast.)

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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 archive.org

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2 thoughts on “Episode 73 – My hopes for the new Yes album

  1. You were actually impressed with the production of Fly From Here? With the burial of Alan White’s drums, and the playing of guest musicians in his stead, and Steve Howe’s incompetence in certain places (by no means all, still over-all a fantastic guitarist), and the cheapening quality of the sound period? Now that all the Buggles/Drama nostalgia’s out of the way, get Trevor Horn as far away from Yes as possible! Put them in touch with Eddy Offord, the producer of their 70’s masterpeices; he just came out of retirement.

    1. Thanks for the comment. As Yes fans, we are destined never to agree on everything! I have been listening carefully to Fly From Here after your comment and I still do really like the production. I can see what you mean about Steve Howe who does seem to have a few moments of uncertainty but I think the drum sound is fine. Like you, I’d love to see Eddy Offord back – no doubt he would again produce something amazing. Likewise I would love to see Anderson, Wakeman etc. back…

      Thanks again!

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