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I was on holiday this week so Mark and I couldn’t get together to chat about this album but we did manage to record our own thoughts on what Benoit did next. See if you agree with us!
- What did Benoit do next?
- Is MYSTERY like Yes?
- Is this a good album?
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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: archive.org
2 replies on “What did they do next – the final part – Benoit David – 522”
I love all of the Mystery albums, and dvds, especially with 3 with Benoit singing. Would love to see them in concert, but they have only done 1 gig in the US, in 2010 at ROSfest. I know, finances. I did get to meet them on an early Cruise to the Edge, where some of them attended as passengers but they weren’t booked to perform, sadly. Here’s hoping Benoit releases a solo album at some point or joins another band, so we can hear his lovely voice once again. I thoroughly enjoyed him singing with Yes when I saw them in 2008, and loved Fly From Here-forget the naysayers! I think his voice fit Mystery extremely well.
Agreed that 3 Mystery albums with Benoit are great. Latest materials from Mystery is similar with a VERY close to Benoit singing replacement. fFH was great also on the Yes side.