Produced by Preston Frazier, David Gordon, Bill Govier, Wayne Hall and Michel Arsenault.
With Yes announcing that the next two albums to be given the ‘Album Series’ treatment are Tormato and Relayer, we take a listen to both and discuss what we think the issues and challenges are of playing these records live in 2017/18.
Mark also listens to the new Rick Wakeman album, Piano Portraits and there’s a voice mail on the same subject from Bob Keeley. Finally, our 2 pence involves Alan White.
- What is it about Tormato and Relayer that might be difficult to recreate live today?
- How will the current line-up cope with the 70s albums?
- Should they still be going for ‘authenticity’?
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Preston Frazier | David Gordon | Bill Govier | Wayne Hall | Michel Arsenault
Joseph Cottrell | Jeffrey Crecelius | Michael O’Connor | Paul Tomei | Julio Scissors | Geoffrey Mason | Lobate Scarp
Paul Wilson | Jamie McQuinn | Miguel Falcão | Ken Fuller | David Pannell | Brian Sullivan | Joost Doesburg | Jeremy North | Tim Stannard | David Watkinson | Steve Roehr | Geoff Baillie | William Hayes
Show notes and links
Mark’s Piano Portraits photos:
Dave Watkinson’s back room!
Ken Fuller’s Yes videos (click links to view):
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