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Episode 91 – ‘Talk’ revisited part 3

Talk Collector's Edition
CD purchased 2002 (click to enlarge)

The ninety-first episode of the Yes Music Podcast, featuring a further and final look at a YouTube video of a ‘Talk Tour’ concert from 1994. Listen and see if you agree with me about this concert footage, then let me know by contacting me via any of the different routes on the right hand side or by leaving a comment below!

  • How do the new songs come over live?
  • Are there any backing tapes in use?
  • What does Billy Sherwoood add?

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Show links

YouTube video of the September 1994 concert in Santiago, Chile

Close to the Edge 5.1 release in 2013

Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp with Yes

Sign the e-petition to release the lost Yes tapes!

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

6 replies on “Episode 91 – ‘Talk’ revisited part 3”

Kevin, it’s clear from your comments that you enjoyed this, as did I. I’m so glad that I found it and forwarded it on to you. Now if only Jon Anderson, Trevor and Rick could find the time to get together perhaps some of this could be recreated. But that’s probably an Endless Dream…

πŸ˜‰ Nice one, Ken. I did indeed really enjoy this – it’s a period of live shows I really had no knowledge of previously so it was a joy to watch this – thanks again!!

The thing about an official release of this tour (or any other archive footage) is that Yes have gone through so many record companies by now that it’s very hard to actually find out who owns the rights let alone who’d invest in a DVD by Yes. Voiceprint is the only hope. The released UNION LIVE. I don’t see Frontiers Records releasing archive material. If it wasn’t released then, I don’t see much hope for anything past the ShowTime DVD of this show (identical to the YT video).

Good point, John. Way back I tried to get official permission to use some Yes music as the theme to the podcast – the record company told me the same thing – it was the publishing rights which got in the way there as well.

Such a shame.

Thanks for the comment!

Other Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree and many others) Remixes::

Red: King Crimson
In the Court of the Crimson King: King Crimson
Lizard: King Crimson
In the Wake of Poseidon: King Crimson
Islands: King Crimson
In the Land of Grey and Pink: Caravan
Starless and Bible Black: King Crimson
Discipline: King Crimson
Aqualung: Jethro Tull
Emerson, Lake & Palmer: Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Tarkus: Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Larks’ Tongues in Aspic: King Crimson
Thick as a Brick: Jethro Tull

So far that is
2 ELP,
2 Jethro Tull,
8 King Crimson
1 Caravan

Apart from Close To The Edge, he is apparently working on
“The Road To Red” by King Crimson,
“Nonsuch” by XTC
and more Jethro Tull albums possibly “Benefit”

Paul Wilson

Thanks, Paul. He’s a busy man and deserves huge credit for his work optimising our experience of this music. Can’t wait for Close to the Edge!

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