The time Dave Watkinson and his brother joined Yes – 432

Join in a wonderful story-telling session with Dave Watkinson. It’s another amazing Yes chat!

Dave with his latest book and his Jon Anderson and the Warriors EP

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Yes singles part 3 – The Yes Album – 316

£2 for original gatefold The Yes Album from a narrow boat seller in Stratford
The Yes Album with Tony Kaye in plaster

Produced by Jeffrey Crecelius, Wayne Hall, Preston Frazier and Bill Govier.

This week we discuss The Yes Album and its single, Your Move. It has plenty of variations around the world. We also manage to speak to Dave Watkinson about the #YES50 Fan Convention.

  • Does this single suit the album?
  • What is on the B side and what should be?
  • How successful are the edits?

Listen to the episode then let us know what you think!

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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 57 – Yes QI – Part 1

Book purchased circa. 2003

The fifty-seventh episode of the Yes Music Podcast featuring some Quite Interesting things from the book, ‘Perpetual Change’ by David Watkinson.

Listen and see if all you think this is all as interesting as I do. Then let me know by contacting me via any of the different routes on the right hand side or by leaving a comment below!

  • What are the most interesting aspects of the Yes Family Tree?
  • What marketing techniques have been used over the years?
  • Is this book worth buying?