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Produced by Jeffrey Crecelius, Wayne Hall and Preston Frazier
Mark shares the news of the loss of a member of our global Yes fan community, Phil Naro, and we re-play an interview Mark did with him back in 2016. Rest In Peace.
We also finish off our look at Conspiracy, the album by the band of the same name which features Billy Sherwood, Chris Squire and a number of very famous guests.
- What is Conspiracy like?
- What are its Yes connections?
- How does it compare to Open Your Eyes?
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- Jeffrey Crecelius
- Preston Frazier and
- Wayne Hall
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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 archive.org
2 replies on “What Did They Do Next – Part 21b – Billy Sherwood PLUS R.I.P. Phil Naro – 480”
I have always enjoyed this album, and feel it to be one of the better 21st century ‘Yes family’ releases. It still holds up well today, IMO. I really wish we had a larger ‘non-Yes’ Chris Squire body of work, besides Fish Out of Water, his Sherwood collaborations, and Squackett…what might have been 🙁
Thanks Kevin for the plug last week.
Billy seems to have a quiet approach and has earned leadership in YES.
Maybe not so different than the way the classic Anderson/Howe/Squire/Wakeman/Bruford formed, now in the internet age?
I look forward to years of new music