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  1. Yes Releases Audio From Classic New York Concert as Part of 'Yes: Live From Seventy-Two'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Lite 98.7

    Classic audio recently rediscovered and restored from 7 shows, including one from New York, during the band's 1972 tour is being released as 'Yes: Live from Seventy-Two.' The New York recording is from a November 20, 1972 show at Long Island's Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale.

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  2. King Crimson's Larks' Tongues in Aspic came alive again with masterful remasterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Something Else! Reviews

    ... too straight" - which is hard to believe when you know what Bruford was capable of even in the much more "straight" Yes. They played off of each other brilliantly, making Jamie Muir's short time in King Crimson such a shame. Despite David Cross' ...

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  3. Local artist Qualiatik bridges neuroscience and electronic musicRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | WXPN-FM Philadelphia

    ... Del Rey [laughing]. But yea I listen to a lot of random things on Soundcloud. I'm really into the progressive rock band Yes, and that's all my dads doing. He got me into that stuff. I love Mariah Carey [laughing], but growing up I listened mostly to ...

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  4. Yes, "Yesterday and Today" from Yes (1969): YESterdaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Something Else! Reviews

    "Yesterday and Today," from Yes' 1969 debut album, finds the world's greatest progressive rock band sounding anything but progressive. The Jon Anderson composition, instead, reflects his deep folk influences - as does original guitarist Peter Banks' strummed acoustic guitar theme.

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  5. Ben Craven, "Revenge of Dr. Komodo" from Last Chance to Hear (2015): One Track MindRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 | Something Else! Reviews

    ... instrumental and music-writing chops carry the day. How many progressive rock songs swing with wild abandon - recalling Yes and the Brian Setzer Orchestra at the same time? Craven, an accomplished Australia-based multi-instrumentalist shines here, ...

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  6. Haken: The MountainRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 14 | All About Jazz

    ... achievement...and more than reason enough for Rediscovery. While categorized in the sub-genre of Progressive Metal-and yes, there are some righteously crunching guitar power chords and thundering riffs to suggest that, at the very least, metal is in ...

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  7. #10: News of the WorldRead the original story

    Friday Mar 13 | WHTQ-FM Orlando

    ... the charge, and guys like Johnny Rotten (frontman of the Pistols) and Joey Ramone (The Ramones) have verbally attacked Yes, Pink Floyd, Queen, and several others of the art-rock ilk for their long-winded arrangements, grand ambitions and ...

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  8. #8: News of the WorldRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 13 | WHTQ-FM Orlando

    ... the charge, and guys like Johnny Rotten (frontman of the Pistols) and Joey Ramone (The Ramones) have verbally attacked Yes, Pink Floyd, Queen, and several others of the art-rock ilk for their long-winded arrangements, grand ambitions and ...

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  9. #7: News of the WorldRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 13 | WHTQ-FM Orlando

    ... the charge, and guys like Johnny Rotten (frontman of the Pistols) and Joey Ramone (The Ramones) have verbally attacked Yes, Pink Floyd, Queen, and several others of the art-rock ilk for their long-winded arrangements, grand ambitions and ...

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  10. #1: News of the WorldRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 13 | WHTQ-FM Orlando

    ... the charge, and guys like Johnny Rotten (frontman of the Pistols) and Joey Ramone (The Ramones) have verbally attacked Yes, Pink Floyd, Queen, and several others of the art-rock ilk for their long-winded arrangements, grand ambitions and ...

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  11. Coming Soon: New Live Release from Yes: Progeny, Seven Concerts from 1972Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | Kirkville

    Yes was one of my favorite bands back in the 1970s. I loved their progressive rock sound, their long, complex songs, and they were a great band live as well.

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  12. John Wetton + Robert Fripp, "Raised in Captivity" from Studio Recordings AnthologyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | Something Else! Reviews

    ... into a crunchy bassline by Wetton. Fripp then adds a series of grinding, brilliant blurts while Wetton and former Yes multi-instrumentalist Billy Sherwood settle into a more conventional arc - neatly approximating, really, the prog-pop of Asia, John ...

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  13. Mellotron M4000D Mini reviewedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | Keyboard Magazine

    ... anyone?), as well as some newly-released master tapes, containing vintage libraries custom-recorded for artists such as Yes, Roxy Music, Genesis, Jack Bruce, and Tangerine Dream (there are also some sounds labeled as "BSabbath" (though I couldn't ...

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  14. Saturday Night Attitude Dancing In A Musical Tribute To Three Obscure ...Read the original story

    Saturday Mar 7 | Aquarius Papers

    ... First, a very rare find! Here's Arthur and Love on what looks to be "Where the Action Is" with Dick Clark hosting. Yes, that's Bryan looking very young, and Johnny looking very guitar-y! Welcome to Love as they do a "live" performance of "Little Red ...

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  15. Rick Wakeman and The English Rock Ensemble: Out Of The BlueRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 7 | All About Jazz

    (Yes, Strawbs) and Keith Emerson (The Nice, Emerson, Lake & Palmer) were among the primary catalysts of the infant 70s progressive rock scene and helped elevate the genre into a viable art-form, steeped in multifaceted electro-acoustic components ...

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  16. 5 more ways to play like Rick WakemanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | Keyboard Magazine

    Rick Wakeman is one of the most influential progressive rock keyboardists of all time. While a member of the groundbreaking English rock group Yes in the 1970's, Wakeman revolutionized the rock keyboard chair by using a heavy helping of the most sought-after keyboards of the day, often times playing multiple instruments simultaneously.

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  17. Yes Releasing Newly Discovered 1972 Concert Recordings on Separate Multi-Disc Sets Friday, March 06Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | WIMZ-FM Knoxville

    A new multi-disc live album and a box set featuring newly discovered performances from Yes ' fall 1972 North American tour will be released on May 19. Progeny: Highlights from Seventy-Two will be available as a two-CD and a three-LP vinyl set, and will feature select tunes from seven Yes concerts spanning from an October 31, 1972, show in Toronto to a November 20, 1972, gig in Uniondale, New York. The album, which includes such classics as "I've Seen All Good People," "And You and I," "Roundabout" and "Yours Is No Disgrace," boasts a 90-minute running time and has been arranged to resemble a typical show that Yes would have played during the tour.

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  18. 'Wolflight': Steve Hackett Discusses His New Solo Album and GenesisRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 5 | Guitar World

    ... include Hackett's longtime collaborators Roger King (keyboards), Gary O'Toole (drums) and Nick Beggs (bass), along with Yes bassist (and Squackett bandmate) Chris Squire on "Love Song to a Vampire" and drummer Hugo Dagenhardt on "Dust and Dreams." I ...

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  19. Day's End and Night WatchRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 30, 2015 | The Washington Monthly

    ... last name is "Bush." That's it for Wednesday. Let's close with Chris Squires jammin' on "Astral Traveler" from the early Yes album Time and a Word . I'd almost forgotten how good these guys were before anybody talked about Prog Rock. Ed Kilgore ...

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  20. New Recording: Yes: Live from Seventy-TwoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 4 | All About Jazz

    Two Live Collections Debut Newly Discovered Recordings From The Prog-Rock Pioneer's Acclaimed 1972 World Tour Double-Disc, Triple-LP, And 14-Disc Boxed Set Available May 19 From Rhino Yes was firing on all cylinders in the fall of 1972. The prog-rock pioneers' fifth studio album Close To The Edge was a smash success as audiences around the world packed arenas to see the legendary group perform.

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