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The eighty-sixth episode of the Yes Music Podcast featuring Yes websites.
Listen and then let me know which websites I’ve omitted by contacting me via any of the different routes on the right hand side or by leaving a comment below!
- Where are the Yes official Internet sites?
- Where do fans go?
- How did the Yes web presence develop?
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8 replies on “Episode 86 – Yes websites”
I thought about going to a Rick Wakeman gig here in Cheltenham. However, there’s no way I’ll pay £52 for that, even though it is within walking distance of my house.
I went to a King Arthur gig in Leeds when the album came out in the late 70s. It was good fun. I had a radio recording of one of the other concerts on a reel to reel tape. I wonder if he’ll make the same joke about rigor mortis
These events are getting really expensive. I dread to think what I’ll have to pay next year for Yes – however, I’m actually hoping to get press accreditation…that would be good…
yessongs.nl is an absolute essential. Every 1st, 11th and 21st a bunch of bootlegs are uploaded. It’s absolutely essential.
Thanks John – you’ve mentioned that one before I think – I will add it to the list! Thanks for pointing it out.
Hi Kevin, here are a couple of others Yessites that I like:
Where are they now? http://www.bondegezou.co.uk/wh_now.htm
The Yes discography http://www.relayer35.com/Yescography/home.htm
Yes Museum http://yesmuseum.org/
Cool – yes I really should have included the Yes Museum! Completely forgot – thanks for adding here.
Here’s one I have a special fondness for….
…perhaps because it’s mine ;>
I now curate its bigger cousin, Forgotten Yesterdays (to which Yesgigs contributed some content). Eventually we’ll get all the non-gig chronological content that’s on Yesgigs into FY….
Thanks Steven – a great addition! Thanks also for all you do for Yes fans!