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Episode 184 – Fish Out Of Water

Fish Out Of Water, Chris Squire

I finally listen properly to Chris Squire’s first solo album, Fish Out Of Water from 1975.

  • Is this the lost Yes album?
  • Does it sound like Yes?
  • What do Patrick Moraz and Bill Bruford add?

Listen to the episode and then let me know what you think!

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Episode 124 – The Yes Alphabet – ‘R’

…brought to you by the letter, ‘R’.

The one hundred and twenty fourth episode of the Yes Music Podcast, featuring an exploration of some concepts and music beginning with ‘R’.

  • What albums and tracks begin with ‘R’?
  • What concepts relating to Yes begin with ‘R’?
  • Which ‘R’ rescued the band in the 1980s? (Arguably…)

Listen and see if youspot any letter ‘R’s I have left out, then let me know by contacting me via any of the methods below.

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Lobate Scarp’s new album, ‘Time and Space’

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Time and Space – a progressive space-opera rock odyssey

Adam Sears from Lobate Scarp was kind enough to send me the items you can see above all the way from the US. I was delighted to receive them.

The CD package has a great, full-colour booklet inside with photographs, lyrics, acknowledgements and even a proper explanation of the band name with illustration!

As you can see, the band members have even signed this copy so I feel very special!

Why not get yourself a copy of the physical CD? The music is excellent and holding the package in your hand is a delight.

Thanks so much, Adam!

Lobate Scarp website

Photo credit: William Mulryne

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Episode 70 – An interview with Adam Sears of Lobate Scarp

Adam Sears, the creative force behind Logate Scarp
Adam Sears, the creative force behind Lobate Scarp

The seventieth episode of the Yes Music Podcast featuring an interview with long-time Yes fan and progressive rock visionary, Adam Sears, from the band, Lobate Scarp.

Listen to the interview, then get involved with the conversation by contacting me via any of the different routes on the right hand side or by leaving a comment below!

  • Where did that amazing name come from?
  • What kind of music do Lobate Scarp play?
  • A choir singing in Latin on the new album? What’s that all about?