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Master of the Master Tapes, Brian Kehew, talks about Progeny, Tormato, Drama and more – 519

Produced by Wayne Hall and Jeffrey Crecelius

We went deep into the weeds again this week with Master of the Master Tapes, Brian Kehew, who produced the amazing live box set, Progeny, as well as working on the bonus tracks for the Tormato and Drama Expanded and Remastered CD releases in 2004.

  • What governed the choices when creating Progeny?
  • Is Progeny a ‘better’ collection of Yes live than Yessongs?
  • What did Brian find in the vaults from the Tormato and Drama sessions?

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The Yes releases Brian worked on – Progeny, Progeny Highlights, Tormato reissue and Drama reissue.

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The one that got away – 230

Part of the 2015 Christmas haul!
Part of the 2015 Christmas haul!

It’s been one of those weeks again where my day job has prevented me from looking further at the DVD I began last week. However, I’ve found a couple of clips from the archives I hope you will enjoy and Mark starts looking at Progeny along with his two pence.

  • What is Progeny actually like?
  • What clips do I come up with?
  • What is Mark’s two pence this week?

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News, 9012Live and Christmas Haul first glance – 207

Part of the 2015 Christmas haul!
Part of the 2015 Christmas haul!

A brief look at the contents of my Christmas Yes Haul, a few bits of news and Mark’s review of 9012 Live The Solos.

  • Who are the UK and Europe support act for Yes in 2016?
  • Does Mark lile 9012Live – The Solos??
  • How did I find the motivation to continue?

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Episode 183 – Yes Tracks Through Time Part 9 – Drama Tracks

Drama!
Drama to be played live in 2016 in its entirety!

In this tracks through time edition, I listen to the previous outings of some Drama tracks.

  • What can we expect from these Drama tracks live in 2016?
  • Is Jon Davison going to be the best Yes singer for Drama?
  • Who else has played these tracks?

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Episode 181 – The Yes Magazine unveils a moment in the band’s history

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Who are these people? Why are they all standing together?

Every issue of the Yes Magazine captures a moment in Yes history in a fascinating way. Thanks to Carl Coppage, I am able to immerse myself in one of these moments this week.

  • Why are fans all talking about a forthcoming box set?
  • What do Jon Anderson and Bill Bruford think of the forthcoming album and tour?
  • What is ‘Dialogue’ and where did it go?

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