Produced by Jeffrey Crecelius, Wayne Hall, Preston Frazier and Bill Govier
Chris Squire pictured in the booklet of The Word Is Live
This week Mark and I re-visit one of our favourite Yes collections, the box set, The Word Is Live. Hear our personal favourite songs and add your own to the show notes for this week.
Listen and let us know what you think!
* What are your favourite recordings from this collection?* Do any of them have special meanings for you?* What do you think of the packaging?
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Show notes and links:
* Jeffrey Crecelius
* Preston Frazier
* Bill Govier and
* Wayne Hall
Aaron SteelmanDave OwenMark James LangPaul TomeiJoost MaglevDavid HeydenMartin KjellbergPaul WilsonBob MartilottaLindMichael O'ConnorPeter HearndenBrian SullivanDavid PannellMiguel FalcãoLobate ScarpChris BandiniDavid WatkinsonNeal KaforeyRachel HadawayCraig EstenesDemPaul HailesMark 'Zarkol' BaggsDoug CurranRobert NasirFergus CubbageScott ColomboFred BarringerScott Smith Geoff BailieSimon Barrow Geoffrey MasonStephen LambeGuy R DeRomeSteve DillHenrik AntonssonSteve PerryHogne Bø PettersenSteve RodeIanNBSteve ScottJamie McQuinnSteven RoehrKen FullerTerence SadlerJeremy NorthTim StannardJimTodd DudleyJohn CowanTony HandleyJohn HoldenJoseph CottrellJohn ParryKeith HoisingtonJohn ThomsonWilliam Hayes Barry GorskyMichael Handerhan
Robert and David
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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.