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Yes Music Podcast

Release Date: 01/17/2020

What Did They Do Next - Part 21a - Billy Sherwood - 479 show art What Did They Do Next - Part 21a - Billy Sherwood - 479

Yes Music Podcast

This week, Marka and I had the opportunity to think about the next person to leave the band - Billy Sherwood. What did he do next after the end of The Ladder tour? We’ll let you know a little later. At the end of this episode, I’m going to play a very interesting piece of audio from Daniel and Amanda Krohn. It’s about From A Page, the Oliver Wakeman led Yes mini-album. We will return to this topic soon.

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Why did Yes stop playing sides 2 and 3 of Tales From Topographic Oceans? 478 show art Why did Yes stop playing sides 2 and 3 of Tales From Topographic Oceans? 478

Yes Music Podcast

It’s been a week for thinking deeply...or maybe not. Anyway, Mark and I have been listening to the oft maligned sides 2 and 3 of Tales from Topographic Oceans which have not been played as often as sides 1 and 4. 'Why not?' I hear you cry. Or maybe I don’t. In any case, that’s what we will be banging on about in this episode.

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What Did They Do Next Part 20b - Rick Wakeman, once again - 477 show art What Did They Do Next Part 20b - Rick Wakeman, once again - 477

Yes Music Podcast

In part 2 of our occasional 'What did they do next' series, we listen to Return To The Centre Of The Earth. We also welcome Nic Caciappo onto the show to explain his personal connection to the Rick Wakeman album. It's a great conversation and a lovely treat to meet Nic, at least virtually. What is this album like? How was Nic involved? Was it a worthwhile idea? Listen to the episode and let us know what you think!

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What Did They Do Next Part 20a - Rick Wakeman, once again - 476 show art What Did They Do Next Part 20a - Rick Wakeman, once again - 476

Yes Music Podcast

This week we return to our occasional What did they do next series and it’s Rick Wakeman’s turn again. After some fairly typical personal and legal upset, the band and Rick parted ways and there was to be no repeat of the Keys to Ascension positivity. This left Wakeman free to indulge other passions and so he ramped up one of his long-held ambitions - to return to the centre of the earth. Mark and I discuss this project a little later on and then next week we will report back on the music itself.

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YMP on  the Underrated / Overhated podcast - cover art and its music - 475 show art YMP on the Underrated / Overhated podcast - cover art and its music - 475

Yes Music Podcast

In a change to our plans (which were not to release an episode at all over the Easter weekend), the host of the Underrated / Overhated podcast, Jacob, has given us permission to play his episode which features none other than me and Mark. Many thanks to Jacob for a really fun conversation. We hope you enjoy it and check out the rest of Jacob's podcast as a result.

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Time And A Word vs. Magnification - 474 show art Time And A Word vs. Magnification - 474

Yes Music Podcast

Unusually for recent weeks, it’s just Mark and me this week having some fun considering the relative merits of TAAW and Magnification. Quite a distance apart in time but linked by some pretty obvious themes as we shall see later. Do give us your opinions on these albums via your comments in the show notes for this week’s episode on yesmusicpodcast.com

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Yes Lyrics - the good the bad and the cringe-worthy 473 show art Yes Lyrics - the good the bad and the cringe-worthy 473

Yes Music Podcast

Jacob, a musician and podcaster from Bristol, UK joined Mark and me this week to talk about Yes lyrics. What typifies Yes lyrics? What are our favourites? Which lyrics make us cringe?

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What If...Keystudio, KTA & KTA II - PART 2 with Geoff Bailie - 472 show art What If...Keystudio, KTA & KTA II - PART 2 with Geoff Bailie - 472

Yes Music Podcast

Joining us on the show this week it's that man again, Geoff Bailie. The redoubtable gentleman of prog helps us to discuss some written and audio contributions from Jeremy North, John Parry, John Thomson, Simon Barrow and Stephen Lambe. Do you agree with any of us? Let us know!

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What If...Keystudio had been released as an official Yes album in place of Keys To Ascension & Keys To Ascension 2? 471 show art What If...Keystudio had been released as an official Yes album in place of Keys To Ascension & Keys To Ascension 2? 471

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After a suggestion by Dave Watkinson and a twitter chat between him and Henry Potts, Mark and I have been listening to the compilation album Keystudio and thinning about what could have happened if it had been released in place of Keys to Ascension and Keys to Ascension 2. Please take a listen to our thoughts and then get involved yourself by sending in your thoughts via any of the ways on yesmusicpodcast.com.

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Bob Cesca and Tim Panella talk about working with Yes and we unveil a never-before-heard Yes song! 470 show art Bob Cesca and Tim Panella talk about working with Yes and we unveil a never-before-heard Yes song! 470

Yes Music Podcast

It’s been quite a week. Mark and I managed to scoop an amazing world exclusive thanks to Bob Cesca and Tim Panella. They joined us to talk about the period in which they both worked with Yes on remixes, artwork, videography and more. We discovered not only untold stories but also Yes music which has never been heard in public before, 20 years after it was recorded by Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Alan White and Steve Howe.   Listen out for the full, fascinating conversation as well as some undiscovered Yes music.

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