Category Archives: YES

Yes Concert at the Keswick Theater in Glenside PA. Oct 08, 2022

I’ve been listening to YES since the YES ALBUM in 1971. I’ve also seen many YES concerts since then as well. This concert was much better than quite a few that I’ve seen in the past few years. Steve Howe … Continue reading

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Prog Collective ~ Songs We Were Taught

This is a nice collection of cover songs done by many different Progressive rock musicians. Starting off with Jon Davison with Geoff Downes both of Yes, covering Simon & Garfunkle’s “The Sound Of Silence”. Next up is Billy Sherwood & … Continue reading

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Virgil & Steve Howe ~ Lunar Mist

This is a very nice light hearted album. Virgil Howe, son of Steve howe has unfortunately passed away in 2017. As you listen to this album, you can hear the 2 of them speaking to the listeners through their instruments. … Continue reading

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Animals Re-Imagined by Various Artists

Animals by Pink Floyd is one of my favorite albums of all time, not to mention the fact that it is my favorite album by Pink Floyd. All of the musicians on this album, take you on a different slant, … Continue reading

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Tony Kaye ~ End Of Innocense

To me, this album by progressive keyboardist Tony Kaye, once a major player in the band YES & Circa. This album, reminds me of a soundtrack album. It was actually a soundtrack of the corona virus from 2020 to current … Continue reading

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Badfinger ~ No Matter What – Revisitations The Hits

Badfinger was so good in the 1960s, that the Beatles put them on their Apple label. They were the only band, besides the Beatles that were on that label. This album features a bunch of Badfinger hits with guest stars … Continue reading

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Jon Anderson ~ 1000 Hands

A brand new album from Jon Anderson, who you may know as the lead singer of Yes. If you’ve heard previous albums of Jon’s, this album sounds similar. It is definitely Jon. In between some of the songs you can … Continue reading

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Coming Soon…

Coming Soon…Brand NEW Blue Oyster Cult (Studio album) & Jon Anderson

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Morse, Portnoy, George ~ Cov3r To Cov3r

  This cover album starts off with a bang by covering Yes with the song “No Oppertunity Necessary, No Experience Needed. This song almost had me thinking it was Yes, until I heard the vocals. Nobody can do this quite … Continue reading

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Jon Anderson 1000 Hands

  Jon Anderson, also known as the singer from Yes, has put out another great album. This one is probably his best. This one includes a bunch of guest stars who played on this album. Included are most of the … Continue reading

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