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May 12, 2009

Dear Mr. Hall:

Thank you for the opportunity to guest post for you this week. It was quite the honor to be selected to be among the elite few given this chance to write before a wonderful audience and share my talents.  I’m relatively new to this blogging community, and I feel that this has been a brass ring for me in a way — something for which I can reach, grab hold, and be successful — pushing through my success back to my own blogging home where I can celebrate such victories.

Sadly, Mr. Hall, I feel that I have failed you.

You see — I had a wonderful idea in my head. One which came to me over the weekend. Something which would have been extremely special and which would have fit in appropriately with your usual blog fodder.  But due to certain factors, some within and some completely out of my control — I was not able to achieve this memorable task.

You see, I have a specific talent: I can start writing with one audience in mind and, before you realize it, I can select an entirely different audience within the span of one sentence. Instead of addressing this to Wayne, I’m now talking to you — the reader. You see how simple I made that look? It comes from quite a bit of practice. Sadly, it is a realized talent, one which manifested itself on this blog far more successfully than a perceived talent I thought I had.

For those of you unfamiliar with me, Wayne Hall and I happen to be very different in many ways.  However, there are three staples of our lives which we both share items in common. They are (a) our common love for frivolous government spending; (b) our common intrigue with 80s music being slapped together, track on-top-of track like a scrumptious dagwood sandwich; and (c) our common passion for the music of legendary rock band Yes. I chose to focus on the latter two qualities we have in common since I had a feeling someone else would post something about the first one.

The band Yes has gone through many incarnations in their 40+ years of existence.  Their arrival to a more mainstream crowd, however, came about in 1983 with the release of their 90125 album — the first of which to feature a guitarist and singer named Trevor Rabin. It was also produced by a former member of Yes, Trevor Horn, and spawned Yes’s first and only #1 hit, Owner of a Lonely Heart. I can’t lie — this was my gateway into the world of Yes, even though much of their music from the decade before sounded nothing like anything on 90125.

Perhaps their most atypical song was one on the second side of the LP, a piece called Leave It. It was a magical song with weird lyrics (a staple of all things Yes) and lots of vocal harmonies.  The music video was popular on MTV; in fact, there were fifteen different versions of the video created for novelty’s sake so that fans could figure out what subtle differences existed among them all.  The single for Leave It was released on ATCO records. And the B-side was a completely a capella version of the song.

Through the magic of my computer and sound editing software, I decided to give myself a challenge: to sing the a capella version of Leave It for this very blog entry.  To mask tracks of myself singing with other tracks of myself singing. To come together with eight voices of Shiny singing such a wonderfully atypical song of the band! It was going to be spectacular!

However, I gave up after recording three tracks of myself singing. I came to the realization that it simply sounded muddy. I do not have a recording studio in my home, and the cheap-o headphones I was using with the built in mic simply weren’t cutting it. Also. my voice sounded flat. And I couldn’t determine the harmonies for the first four measures of the song.

So I gave up.  And for that I’m ashamed.  How else could I demonstrate my common love of the music of Yes?  What other way could I demonstrate our shared interests?

And then I was thinking: Wait! People  make fun of Wayne all the time for his obsession with LOLCats!  What if I could somehow do something with that? True, I’m not a huge fan of LOLCats. But if there’s anything I’ve learned from the blogosphere, it’s important to pretend that you like certain things so people will like you and you’ll gain new readers! It is this healthy attitude which has allowed me to thrive through to today.

Which is why I present to you — LOLYes!

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I do understand that many of you don’t have the working knowledge of Yes that Wayne and I do. Because of this, I’ve decided to give you some rudementary background while I post these pictures.  For instance — the trippy logo above? Created by artist Roger Dean! It was used by Yes on most of their albums — but not all of them. They have consulted with other artists who have created different logos. But this one seems to have stuck.

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The fun thing about a band from the 60s which continues to tour is seeing how well (or poorly) these rockers age.  See the guy on the far right? That’s Steve Howe. He was in other bands like GTR and Asia. And he used to have a very strong mane of hair in the 80s.  And while his hands are truly a gift of guiltar playing from an early age,  his forehead has since emerged as a more prominent feature as of late.

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You see? They used to be more photogenic! Kind of. Their debut album, cleverly titled “Yes” came out in 1967 or 68 or something.  It had virtually no hits. But there was a song called “Dear Father” which I like quite a bit despite the repetition.

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That’s Steve Howe on guitar sometime in the mid-1980s! See what I mean about his hair? And speaking of hair, the guy with the tambourine on the left is not Doug Henning. It’s Jon Anderson, the lead singer for quite a big chunk of the group’s history. His voice is amazing. His taste in all clothes loose and comfortable on stage is just fun.

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The 70s were kind to Yes. And their prescription eyewear. (Can you spot Jon Anderson? Hint: sleeves…)

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“Yours is No Disgrace” is a powerful song off of The Yes Album. It’s about the world’s involvement with the Vietname War. I think. Honestly, I haven’t thought about it. I’ve seen Yes in concert three times, and each time they’ve opened with this song. Powerful.

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South Side of the Sky was a rare, deep track off of their 1972 critically-acclaimed Fragile album.  It was lesser known than their infamous hit Roundabout from that very album. They usually don’t play the song. And it has nothing to do with the length of the drummer’s shorts. (Not Alan White; he didn’t join the band until right after Fragile was released. But he’s in the picture above.)

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Going for the One was a departure for Yes in the late 1970s. They were inclined to record long symphony-type pieces with different movements. Take, for instance, their Tales From Topographic Oceans double album.  One song on each side. four sides, four songs. Not great if you have an attention span issue.  But Going For The One went back to shorter songs with more of an edgy, rocky feel to it.

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That’s Chris Squire — the bassist for the band. He has more shelf life with Yes than anyone else! However, there was a period of time during which one of the lineups of the band decided to depart from Yes and form a group called “Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman and Howe” (ABWH) while Yes was still in existence with a different lineup. ABWH plus Chris Squire were the lineup for Fragile. They just… well, it was rumored that they didn’t get along well. But in 1990, Yes and ABWH merged and released an album called Union, which was bascially both groups just putting their own songs on. But Chris Squire was able to lay down some bass tracks for ABWH after all.

Oh — and the tour was pretty cool — an eight-member Yes performing. In the round. Fun times…

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Jon Anderson had to cancel the tour last year because of some vocal problems. Poor guy. But poor Wayne! He felt very let down when this happened. Sadly, Jon will not be on tour this season for their latest lineup. Speedy Recovery, Mr. Anderson!

You know what? Me singing Leave It would have been a whole lot better. Again, Mr. Whall, I apologize.

Sincerely,

— Shiny

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2009
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I’m gonna give this another go.  Follow along with me, won’t you?

First, I begged people to sign the petition to get my all-time favorite band YES into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (hint: go do it if you haven’t yet.)

Then, I announced to the world how lucky I was that I was going to get to see my favorite band *and* get to meet them.

Shortly after that, I lamented about the tour being canceled the day before my chance to meet them and losing out on the opportunity.

[time passes]

Well, it’s ON AGAIN!   WWWOOOOOOO-oo-HOOOOO!

I’m so pumped again!  On July 15th, YES and openers ASIA will be rocking the Bass Performance Hall in Fort Worth, TX, only about 3hrs north of Austin.

Possibly the best part of this whole thing is that they completely branded and renamed the series in my honor:

Isn’t that sweet?  They named it the “Hall Series.”  *sniff*

And how cool is it to have Asia be the opening act?  Steve Howe will actually be doing double-duty and playing both with YES and ASIA, along with “original Asia members, including ex-YES and Buggles keyboardist Geoff Downes, ELP’s Carl Palmer on drums and former King Crimson and UK bassist/guitarist/vocalist John Wetton” (quoted from press release.)

Hmm.  Maybe I should try and host a blogger meet up the day before or after the show in the DFW area.  I *just* might be popular enough to get about 1/3rd of a person to show up.  Interesting.  I’d make sure I didn’t take appointments for it.  I’d call it WHALL-CON (get it? walk-on? no appointments?  I crack this house UP)

This is gonna be so. totally. whallsome!

There are a ton of people doing this meme, and I’m not one to do memes very often, but I actually kind of like this one.

Think of 20 albums, CDs, LPs (if you’re over 40), that had such a profound effect on you they changed your life. Dug into your soul. Music that brought you to life when you heard it. Royally affected you, kicked you in the wazoo, literally socked you in the gut, is what I mean. Then when you finish, tag 15 others, including me, make a donation to Any Blogger Can, sit back and drink a brewski, watch your favorite DITL. Make sure you copy and paste this part so they know the drill.

Here are mine. Except I did 22 albums.

And I’ll warn you ahead of time that I seriously doubt the existence of any human being out there with even five of the same albums as me. Shoot, I bet there isn’t anybody with even THREE of these on their list. What can I say? I’m very weird awesome in my own way.


Beatles – Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

There are people who say they like this album, or were “changed” by it, and then there are the rest of us who really were. You know who you are – the kind of fan that lists an album because it’s cool to list an album. If you can’t sing every lyric, every studio-added sound effect or murmur and can’t sing out the rooster parts or actually played the end of the album in the infinite loop, you don’t count.


Yes – Tales from Topographic Oceans

We start the eclectic. This is a double-album with only four (4) songs total. Yes, one song per album side. I told you I was weird awesome.


Mannheim Steamroller – Fresh Aire II

I could list several of the Fresh Aire series because I immersed myself in all of them at one point or another, but I’d have to say Fresh Aire II was my first and most potent.


Mannheim Steamroller – Fresh Aire III

There was this one song, Mere Image, that I played dozens of times per week. Yes, it was that fetching. I still do sometimes. I even dreamed up my own music video to the song and still want to make it come true. It has a wistful nostalgic energetic make-you-cry-after-dancing feel.


Olivia Newton-John and ELO – Xanadu soundtrack

I made my own homemade version from the DVD because the many of the songs had versions on the actual published soundtrack that were different from the movie and that devastated me to no end. I hate it when movie soundtracks do that!


Steve Vai – Passion and Warfare

There’s a song on there that kind of feel like dueling electric guitars and I frequently would daydream about my brother and I performing this on stage. Alas, he is the guitar player and I’m the guitar hero.


Michael Jackson – Off The Wall

So shoot me. Wait, I already shot myself for this one.


The Moody Blues – On The Threshold of a Dream

This is one of many tastes I picked up from my dad, who had this and the next album on vinyl. I would put it on and be amazed. When I discovered headphones it sent me to the next level. This is one of those albums that you put on, close your eyes, and let the sounds take you over. In fact, a lot of my picks are sensual albums – you don’t just put them on in the background or flick on the radio to listen. They are to be enjoyed specifically, not as the soundtrack to your daily life.


The Moody Blues – In Search of the Lost Chord

Om.

Tracks 7 through 12 are the ones to get lost in.


Steely Dan – Citizen

I had to put in the “Everything” compilation album because once I discovered the ‘Dan, I consumed every song they had and played this collection on repeat for about a year.


Metallica – Master of Puppets

It was hard to choose between this and Ride the Lightning but I listed to Master of Puppets a tad bit more. Plus, it has Orion on it.


The Statler Brothers – Old Testament and New Testament

I had the double-album set. I can still list all the disciples because of this album.


Simon & Garfunkel – Bridge Over Troubled Water.

My first CD, ever. I got it for my 15th birthday.


Yes – Going For The One

This is another one of those that will be unique to me, and guess what? Awaken? intense 15-minute long song.


Celtic Woman (custom rip)

This is another one where the released soundtrack differed from the video release (DVD) so I ended up ripping my own MP3’s off of the video so that it would match. I’m linking you to the DVD instead of the CD since it’s the one with the music I love. The CD actually took off a couple of tracks!


Rush – Hemispheres

It’s hard to choose just one because of Grace Under Pressure and Signals and Power Windows and AFTK and 2112 and… and… and… But this is the one I sank into deeply and didn’t come up for air for weeks.


Jon Anderson – Olias of Sunhillow

I don’t expect anyone to understand this one. But, man oh man. I love this album. It’s like the Lord of the Rings put to music but without J R R Tolkein.


Jonathan Coulton – Thing A Week series

Can’t list one of the TaW albums since I got the whole collection and put it on repeat. Definitely changed my view of self-published music in a very positive way. This guy is my hero.


Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin II

Again, this is an artist that has so much to choose from, it’s hard to pick just one album. I choose it because my dad had it on vinyl and it was my first Zep album. I wore that puppy out once I heard What Is And What Should Never Be. This is the first time I actually made a tape that was just entirely one song repeated over and over from the album. I did this to save on battery life on my knock-off Sony Walkman because rewinding took up too much battery.


Don Harriss – Elevations

As a senior in high school, I’d sometimes put this CD in, lay back, close my eyes and simply float. Especially on track #2. I seriously think I floated a few times while wearing headphones. Too bad they weren’t wireless back then. I think it was the wire that stopped me from hitting the ceiling.


Ozzy Osbourne – The Ultimate Sin

I remember freshman year in High School – as a band geek *and* a computer geek, I wasn’t all that popular, but that was fine with me. In fact, instead of being popular I was more of a target. But there was this one time when my walkman and collection of tapes was “confiscated” by The Current Cool Guy in the gym along with the “let’s see what Dork-Man is listening to, shall we?” verbal introduction to a humiliation assault. As he went through picking out The Ultimate Sin, Black Sabbath’s We Sold Our Souls for Rock and Roll, Van Halen’s 1984, Motley Crue’s Theatre Of Pain, Led Zeppelin and Rush, he said aloud “wow, for a nerd, you listen to some really cool music” and handed me back my stuff and went on to the next nerd. Later that week he borrowed The Ultimate Sin from me and I was left alone the rest of the year.


BONUS ENTRY! The Simpsons – Songs in the Key Of Springfield

Let’s go crazy, Broadway style!


Whew. This was harder than I expected, but I stayed true to the meme.

So.  Did anyone have even more than one that they shared with this list?

Yeah. Didn’t think so.

(Bonus topic: I spent more than an hour on this post.  It meant a lot to me.  However, I anticipate a very low comment turnout.  I’m finding that the more important (ie, personal) a blog post is to me, the less other people will care about it.  Sometimes the stupidest shortest post generates the most interest.  There seems to be a direct inversely proportional relationship between the amount of effort I put into a post and how interesting it is.  However, I will post it anyway because I’m one of those “this blog is about ME” people.  At least for now I am.)

NO I CAN’T

As you may have heard by now from my Twitter accounts, yesterday’s update, and some comments…. my all-time-favorite-band-of-all-time YES postponed their show in Dallas last night.  

The only good parts about it were A) I was told just before I got on the road yesterday afternoon.  It really would have sucked if I was already in the car driving up there, or had found out once I got to Dallas.  B) We had some severe weather in Austin, so I was able to be home with the family.  Nothing happened, but it was still a potential of tornados and high winds, and it’s just plain better that I was here.

Because of the postponement, if I had a working camera, I would’ve made a 3-minute DITL of me.  Just me.  Crying.  Crying over and over. WAHHHHH.

Good thing Jaden has my back.  He can do the crying for me.

You know what’s really weird?  I mean besides me using my son to gain electronic sympathy from the blogosphere.  I mean, Jaden was born in 2002.  However, the timestamp on this picture shows January 1st, 2001.  He looks to be about 3yrs old in this photo, and I’m wondering how the picture got the wrong time on it.  In fact, there’s a whole folder of photos from 2004 or 2005, and they all have the 2001 timestamp.  Weird.

To switch topics (slightly) I think I’m going to take a look at Chilly Willy‘s suggestion of a new camera (Olympus FE-20).  It looks like a great deal.  Thanks, Marty!  I’ll be back to making DITL’s in no time!

It seems this is the era of cancellations.  We’ve had our annual week-long coast trip to South Padre scheduled and rescheduled THREE TIMES since last summer, and we just got notification that it has to be canceled AGAIN.  Hurricane Dolly’s devastation on the island and some of the resorts is still to blame for some of the places not being ready to open.  Duran Duran’s appearances in San Antonio and Dallas were canceled in December last year (which my wife was looking forward to about as much as me seeing YES).  

Well, I guess the bright side is – whenever they decide to reschedule, I should have a working camera!

HA! You thought I was gonna be all political and stuff today, likely in response to a few recent stimuli, like the Federal Nationwide Gun Registration Bill that Obama will surely let sail through, or Obama’s first Press Conference where he actually admitted “I am the Eternal” (I frequently find the first four words of a sentence tell enough of the story, don’t you?).

Oh, no.  You won’t see ME stoop to such tactics to get in cheap shots or jabs.  I’m not going to mention any of it!  I made myself a promise not to be so political on ye olde blog of whall and by gum, I’m gonna keep it!  I’ll keep my political voicings to my twitter account and the occasional redirective comment here or there.  

Tonight, I get to see my all-time favorite band YES in concert in Dallas, TX at the House of Blues:

YES.  YES.  YES.

And the best part of it is — I get to do the Meet and Greet!  I actually get to go to a little after-show party, spend a little quality time with the band, meet them, and get a photo taken with them!  This is almost a dream come true!

The only “meh” part of the whole deal is that Jon Anderson is not touring with them at this time due to health reasons.  Jon – my thoughts and prayers are with you and your recovery!  Your music has meant so much to me for much of my life.

Maybe Jon’s absence is what made the Meet and Greet package so affordable.  The guy in the middle is some singer from a YES tribute band.  And the young guy in the back right is Rick Wakeman’s son, Oliver Wakeman.  So, while it’s not the ideal YES tour (Union and ABWH came very close to that), I’ll take what I can get before we all get too old to do anything about it.

Because I’m steering so clear of the political bent, I won’t even mention that some of the group performed on the Mike Huckabee show on FOX.  

What a dream come true for that tribute band guy, eh?  I mean, I sing along with every single YES song there is, on every single album ever released.  I can even hit all the notes.  But if *I* were in a tribute band, and *I* was picked to go on tour with the ACTUAL BAND… man.  What a rush.

I can’t wait for tonight.  I hope everything goes well because today I heard that last night’s show in Houston was postponed due to a medical emergency.

So, enough about me and YES.  What do YOU think of me and YES?

Update: MAJOR BUMMER: I just got an email from TicketMaster:

Hello, this is Ticketmaster Customer Service with an important alert for your upcoming event. Yes scheduled at House of Blues Dallas on Tuesday February 10, 2009, at 7:00pm, has been postponed. The new date is to be announced.

I was just gonna get in the car to drive up to Dallas, too.  I guess that’s a good thing… I mean, I’d rather know before I head out, but still.  As I tweeted, I’m crying Tears of Topographic Oceans.

HA! You thought this was going to be about Obama, didn’t you?  In fact, some of you who know my political leanings were probably thinking this was going to be an obama-bashfest or something.

Well, I’m sorry to disappoint.  I have something else on the brain today.  And to be frank, I hope I don’t stoop to bashing someone I disagree with.  If I start doing that, call me on it, will ya?

Here’s what I’d like.  Can I trouble you to sign a Petition for getting YES into the Hall of Fame?

I’ve added a little banner over to the right side that points you to sign an online petition to get YES inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.  I was signature #5540 – it’d be great if we could get the word out and make that number climb.

I’ve been moved by the Progressive Rock band YES since the late 80’s when I discovered them in High School.  On this one particular Sunday evening, I was driving my parent’s white Ford Econo 150 van down Anderson Mill road in NW Austin.  KLBJ-FM, the local rock station, started one of those “tribute shows” or “let’s play a lot of an artist” radio shows and the focal artist was YES.  I was completely blown away by the music – they played Starship Trooper, I’ve Seen All Good People, South Side of the Sky, Heart of the Sunrise – and the Wayne everyone knew up until that point was simply gone.   In fact, since that moment, he’s been unable to speak in the first person when writing about YES.

Soon thereafter, he spent any spare change he had getting obtaining the essential YES albums: Fragile, The Yes Album, Close to the Edge, and more, more more!  Flea Markets having any album collections were not prepared for the intensity with which Wayne would throw himself into the music bins, searching for any other artful displays.  This fantastic, perfect band had so many albums released already!  And without allmusic.com, wikipedia or fan blogs to rely on, Wayne just kept searching for gold.  And gold he found – and Platinum (some 2x and 3x Platinum).

Right as Wayne was falling in love with YES and all the little solo off-shoots and incestuous relationships between the band members and other bands such as Asia, YES released their album Big Generator.  “Hey,” thought Wayne.  “This is real different!”  It seemed to Wayne that everybody and their brother dissed the band, saying it wasn’t anything like their classic stuff and divisions arose between the ranks of self-proclaimed YES fans.  You were either a “Trooper” or a “Generator” depending on if you liked the stuff pre:90125 or post.

Wayne was torn.  Torn nearly in half, because – DANGIT it’s all good!  Sure, it’s different, but it’s all, so, incredibly, gooooooood.  He would spend hours listening to any album (yes, even Tales from Topographic Oceans, the double-album that only had 4 songs total – one song per album side).  There was one point in which Wayne owned more than 40 different YES or YES-related albums/cassettes or CD’s.  I don’t mean counting the “mastered edition” of Fragile as separate from Fragile.  I mean 40. different. albums.  Solo albums.  Remixes.  Side projects.  A rare collectors video of Jon Anderson with Indigenous People of South America.  ANYTHING.

This past year, YES announced a 40th anniversary tour and planned to stop twice in Texas.  Wayne was already rarin’ to go to both concerts, no matter what the cost, no matter what the consequence.  And then Jon Anderson, lead singer of YES for 95% of the YES Albums (he wasn’t on Drama), became ill and they had to cancel.  The only sadness in Wayne’s heart that compared to not being able to see them once again live was the thought of this energetic, positive and altogether incredible human being named Jon Anderson being ill.  Wayne mustered up all the energy he could to send Jon’s way and encourages all to do the same.

YES has continued to release fantastic studio masterpieces over the past 20 years, and Wayne is one who hopes they don’t stop for a long, long time.

Wayne still spends hours with his Zune MP3 player shuffling through nothing but YES music.  It’s one of the few playlists that can boast “never skips while playing” because Wayne never hits the “next song” button. 

He never has to.

Man.

I’m *so* close to possibly thinking about the fat chance of me trying out for this.

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Maybe you don’t understand how much I enjoy YES’ music.

Maybe you don’t see how an experience as grand as singing with Jon Anderson would be for me.

Maybe you fail to grasp how the weighing of that grand experience against the potential humiliation I would face is a monumental task my brain is struggling to deal with.

Maybe you’re ok with ending a sentence with a preposition, or with one word sentences in general.

Maybe.

(*thinking*)

March
22
2008
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(Note: this is not an Obama post 🙂 )

Some great things happened this week, and some not-so-great. 

In not-so-great news, our dog Jupiter had knee surgery Tuesday, poor thing, and then Friday he chewed through some of his staples so we had to take him back in.  The wife’s knee also experienced a couple setbacks so we had to get additional xrays and we’re hoping it doesn’t get any worse.

Let’s see, there’s more.  I also failed to complete the video in Absurdist’s contest on time, and am still working on it, having experienced some video issues on Vista (about the only issue I’ve encountered other than Trillian crashing)  I also didn’t survive through the qualifying round of the Guitar Hero Madness tournament.

But there was some GREAT news as well.

My all-time favorite band of all time has started a world tour!

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I’ve always been entranced by YES.  One night, probably in the late 80’s, I was driving in my parent’s white Ford E150 van down Anderson Mill road and 93.7 KLBJ FM was doing a special on some band.  I remember hearing Starship Troopers for the first time, followed by And You and I and I literally had to pull over and listen.  I was simply taken by this music.  The voice, the bass, the keyboards… everything just grabbed me and wouldn’t let go.  I think I stayed for 45 minutes on the side of the road, just listening to all this wonderful music.

That week, I purchased as many YES CD’s as I could afford, which wasn’t many – I think I bought two.  But every week when I got my paycheck, I went to the CD shop next to Lone Star Cafe and would pick up Fragile or Going for the One or Tales of Topographic Oceans.  By the end of the year, I had every album/CD they ever made.  It wasn’t long before I had 40+ CD’s of their music from their original discography, solo projects, live albums and special editions.  My YES music purchases represent the largest investment I’ve made in audio, and it’s paid off tremendously.

Thank you so much, Jon, Chris, Rick, Steve, Bill, Trevor, Alan, and Tony.  You have touched my life in ways I cannot express.  And also thank you to Peter, Geoff, Billy, Patrick, the other Trevor (Horn) and Igor for filling in when you did.

What band would you absolutely love to see return and tour (alive or dead)?


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