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Postby IngnoZac » Fri Oct 12, 2001 10:46 pm

Hey, what did we do for you? Did you change after you joined YT?

I think I'd say "yes". <img src=pix/icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle>

YesTalk members have helped me facing life in a different way. Wisdom has been coming toward me since the end of 2000. I've been thinking more and more before acting, turning into somebody who really cares. In the beginning of this wonderful forum, I'd post only to get credit, you know? I'd sometimes just post to mean "I'm here", when I had 100-200 posts. Now I can see 10 topics and really don't reply to any of them because I feel I don't have nothing *better* to say. I know that the number of posts would fall but conversation would be much better.

It made me a calmer (spelling?) person. I realized that when I found a draft of a letter I would send to Yes and a draft of a newer one. The old letter was really tough on them. I'd say to fire Alan, bring back Bill/Pat or Bill/Rick. Now I see what they mean. Now I see Yes.

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Postby caleban » Fri Oct 12, 2001 11:20 pm

hey, i'm just glad you posted at all. seems like there's not much new to read lately. as far as change goes i'm extremely thankful to all you YESHEADS out there especially the veterans. it would have taken me another ten years to aquire the knowledge that this format offers. thanx for all the feedback and please keep posting. <img src=pix/icon_smile_8ball.gif border=0 align=middle>
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Postby Dr_Yes » Fri Oct 12, 2001 11:43 pm

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<b>caleban wrote:</b>
hey, i'm just glad you posted at all. seems like there's not much new to read lately. as far as change goes i'm extremely thankful to all you YESHEADS out there especially the veterans. it would have taken me another ten years to aquire the knowledge that this format offers. thanx for all the feedback and please keep posting. <img src=pix/icon_smile_8ball.gif border=0 align=middle>
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A agree. Without wanting to tempt everyone to reach for their violins in this, for me being a Yes fan has been a particularly lonely furrow to plough over the years. The early years were noted for my isolated struggle against the evils of Modern Romantics, tin drum machines, make-up for boys and squeaky syths. As a result I'd like to add it's been great to find so many eloquent, interesting like-minded souls through this medium (sob . . . weeps uncontrollably into beer). No seriously - it's changed my outlook and opened a few doors.

Open doors we find our way, we look we see we smile.
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Postby Ed1909 » Sat Oct 13, 2001 12:34 am

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<b>Dr_Yes wrote:</b>
being a Yes fan has been a particularly lonely furrow to plough over the years.
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I agree entirely Doc! Enthusiasm for the greatest band in the world had been a somewhat solitary affair for me until I became hooked up to the internet last year. First there was the Yeshoo forum (which USED to be quite good), then Yeshoo chat (where I still make fairly regular appearances), and then I found Yestalk - and WOW what a find! All you guys and gals here have enlightened, debated, laughed and cried with the best of them!

A life without yestalk is unimaginable!

Big <img src=pix/icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle> to Mr Schaum!!!!

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Postby EricBliss12345 » Sat Oct 13, 2001 12:49 am

<BLOCKQUOTE id=quote><font size=1 face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id=quote>quote:<hr height=1 noshade id=quote>being a Yes fan has been a particularly lonely furrow to plough over the years <hr height=1 noshade id=quote></font id=quote></BLOCKQUOTE id=quote>

Tell me about it!!! if it wasnt for my dad and brother I'd have NO ONE to share my love of music with. I've never in my life had a friend that liked the same kind of music I do, until I was into the grunge thing in my early teens, and the rave scene for a few years till I was 20. The most awesome thing about those times was that I bonded with everybody over music....but a year or two ago I started rediscovering the classic albums I grew up on (what other 12 year was into early genesis and crimson? <img src=pix/icon_smile_tongue.gif border=0 align=middle>) and realized that this is the real deal, this is me. I dont listen to anything modern i picked up from on my teenage years at all anymore, especially all the dance music I listened to. Smashing Pumpkins still get regular spins because Billy Corgan wrote the best pop/rock songs of the last decade, and Nirvana was quite good. I did take a lot from hard techno/trance music and incorporated into my keyboard playing style a bit, but thats about all.

I'm so sick and tired of trying to turn people on to my music it aint even funny. And then I always get embarassed about it and feel stupid. Like at work the other day I brought in my CD player because washing dishes gets real boring, and had "In a Glass House" blazin' from the boombox. All I got was "Eric what the fuck kind of music are you listenin' to?!?!?" plus goofy looks from the waitresses and the cooks. This one cook did a real funny dance to "Way Of Life" though! I guess that is kind of an oafy song though! <img src=pix/icon_smile_tongue.gif border=0 align=middle>

But yeah, as much as it sucks to say, i have more in common with people on the internet than I do in real life. I think the reason conversation is a struggle for me sometimes is because I cant really discuss the things I like to talk about, and it sucks.

Oh well though Im happy i have yestalk! <img src=pix/icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle>
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Postby lazarus-g » Sat Oct 13, 2001 3:30 am

Wow ,I have often wondered what the yes scene is like elsewhere and it seems that I am not alone in being a solitary Yes fan.

I love my friends and family very much and would do anything for them and vice versa. But as soon as I mention Yes the playful abuse begins,
I know it's all light hearted but they have no interest in Yes at all.
But Yes Talk has changed all that,I don't post that much because I often read an earlier post that says what I want to say but much more eloquently (that's all of you). But Knowing that I can come here read post from people that I already consider friends makes a difference.

It's filled a small but important gap in my life and as a result has made me a happier person.
Thank you all.
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Postby IngnoZac » Sat Oct 13, 2001 3:39 am

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<b>lazarus-g wrote:</b>
... has made me a happier person.
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I think that's the spirit of YesTalk. <img src=pix/icon_smile_approve.gif border=0 align=middle>

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Postby TaterMouse » Sat Oct 13, 2001 3:46 am

I grew up in the Midwest surrounded by country music and then moved to New York where I was surrounded by all kinds of odd dance music. No one seems to even believe that Yes is still around.

It pleases me greatly to know that I am not alone in this and that there are others I can relate to and talk to about this most amazing of amazing bands!

So I expect to that end, Yestalk has made me happier. <img src=pix/icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle>

But there again, I think we me all be in a similar boat. I mean how many people do you know in your community that is seriously or at least partially addicted to Yes? Can you count them on one hand?

I guess what I'm trying to say is, THANK GOD! Yestalk kicks ass!

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Postby Yesmam » Sat Oct 13, 2001 12:29 pm

I was absolutely thrilled when I found YesTalk, and still am.

I find myself talking about everyone here to my family and friends, just as if I really knew you all in person.

I've been another lonely YES fan for a long time and finding YesTalk has mad me a happier person too! <img src=pix/icon_smile_angry.gif border=0 align=middle><img src=pix/luv1.gif border=0 align=middle>
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Postby theproffet » Sat Oct 13, 2001 1:58 pm

<font color=blue>Man, what an excellent subject, Renato! I probably wouldn't have done it myself, since I've been here so long, I kinda take things for granted. When I was in college, I had lots of friends who were into prog, and we always talked up a storm. Some liked Tull, some favoured ELP, others swore by Genesis, but I was the Yes freak. I always knew there were others, probably widely separated by geography. I probably wouldn't be on the internet without Yes fandom--I have plenty of local friends, but it's a lot of fun to talk with all you folks, knowing that we're all listening to the same tunes.

Anymore, I really see things here as a virtual space, as if were're all in person in one place, and listening to the same music of course! Some will head off to tables to talk about politics or movies, others just head to the bar to chat about how their day was, and everyone calls out to Eric when he steps in, to hear his latest antics. I've got a room upstairs, furnished with lava lamps and bean bag chairs where I spin whole albums and pass things around in a circle; N2 works the door and serves refreshments, and Renato is in the back studio room, talking guitars and chord progressions with some folks.

I guess I first came here to learn a bit, but now it's really a social outlet for me, a virtual houseful of folks all partying and talking, while Yes plays on the sound system. More fun than most of the bars downtown I'd say, with a much better crowd . . . </font id=blue><img src=pix/icon_smokin.gif border=0 align=middle>

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Postby N2yes » Sat Oct 13, 2001 2:38 pm

<font color=red>No question about it! YEStalk has provided me with an outlet that I never envisioned possible on the net. Sure, I could go flap my jowls in any ol' chat room but here, here I feel at home, surrounded by a multitude of friends, all of whom share a unique interest in anything and everything YES. We've been a little fragmented here of late with all that has been going on in the world, but I predict the "addiction" will soon compell everyone back to the board with a zeal that God willing, will only be matched by those cruising out to their local music stores to purchase "Magnification".

Prof, working the door would be an honor but without you there to inject that singular wit, the party just wouldn't be the same!</font id=red><img src=pix/icon_smile_blackeye.gif border=0 align=middle>

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Postby Yessong » Sat Oct 13, 2001 3:44 pm

When my friends accuse me of having no taste in music, I always know I can come here and find others who know how to appreciate the best in music - what it can offer and how to let it inside and move you. It takes a gentle soul to find themslves caught up in this style of music. It takes an individual with a mind, an appreciation and desire to hear that which lies below the surface as well as someone who revels in the hights that the melody can bring you to.

It is here that I find such people...and I know that I am not alone.
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Postby yesman90125 » Sat Oct 13, 2001 10:21 pm

for me
Yestalk has been a really really cool outlet not only for my love of Yes , but for just about anything else that you can think of.
there's allways someone intelligent willing to debate just about any subject from phlosiphy to cooking tips. we have it all! it's been great and I too have learned alot. its like talk radio with no inhibitions and no host.
so like the man says
"Stand together keep the message alive!"
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Postby jackalz » Sun Oct 14, 2001 4:13 am

I also am happier to have communicated with all of you. With special thanks to Ed Schaum. Ed, we haven't heard much from you lately, I sure hope an economic fallout isn't putting your welfare (as well as YT and AH) in jeopardy.

Anyway, Peace to y'all, God bless the world.

<hr>Dawn of our power...as only to teach love as to reveal passion chasing late into corners, and we danced from the ocean.
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Postby IngnoZac » Sun Oct 14, 2001 4:13 am

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<b>theproffet wrote:</b>
<font color=blue>I've got a room upstairs, furnished with lava lamps and bean bag chairs where I spin whole albums and pass things around in a circle; N2 works the door and serves refreshments, and Renato is in the back studio room, talking guitars and chord progressions with some folks.</font id=blue>
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Hey, maybe I should get some of those refreshments from Chris and take them to my studio... THEN I'll be 'talking guitars and chord progressions with some folks.'. <img src=pix/icon_smile_wink.gif border=0 align=middle>

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Postby IngnoZac » Mon Oct 15, 2001 1:52 am

<img src="bandaduka.vila.bol.com.br/yt.gif" border=0>

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Postby IngnoZac » Mon Oct 15, 2001 1:54 am

why didn't it go ok?

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Postby IngnoZac » Mon Oct 15, 2001 2:01 am

<img src="http://bandaduka.vila.bol.com.br/yt.jpg" border=0>

Is there a restriction?

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Postby IngnoZac » Mon Oct 15, 2001 2:56 am

Man, I'm really dumb...
I'll post the link so click on it!

http://bandaduka.vila.bol.com.br/yt.jpg

See the ones connected? They have something in common and hey... AlbumTalk is on the second floor! <img src=pix/icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle>

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Postby yeskat » Tue Oct 16, 2001 1:38 pm

This forum is my way to unwind. It seems I sleep better after sitting here reading and adding some of my thoughts. It's just nice to have others from around the world who feel the same about this great band, and sharing thoughts and opinions about everything possible from religion and politics to drugs and children!

I sometimes think that maybe we would have a little more peace in this world if the leaders of this planet could sit behind a computer screen and find something of interest in common (perhaps a hobby, or famous singer, or even a group!). Then they could start from there sharing and agreeing in opinion. From there they could start adding their feelings about political subjects. If they could do that, the way we are able to accomplish it here... maybe, just MAYBE... <img src=pix/jestera.gif border=0 align=middle>

Well, I can dream, can't I?
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Postby Ed Schaum » Tue Oct 16, 2001 8:59 pm

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<b>yeskat wrote:</b>

I sometimes think that maybe we would have a little more peace in this world if the leaders of this planet could sit behind a computer screen and find something of interest in common (perhaps a hobby, or famous singer, or even a group!). Then they could start from there sharing and agreeing in opinion. From there they could start adding their feelings about political subjects. If they could do that, the way we are able to accomplish it here... maybe, just MAYBE... <img src=pix/jestera.gif border=0 align=middle>

Well, I can dream, can't I?
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That isn't such a far-fetched dream, kat. I've been saying for years that After Hours is the road to world peace (everybody laughs at me when I say that, btw). YT is the same as AH, except the focus is a bit more defined.

But the point is that we have individual people from all over the world. When they log in, they find out that people everywhere else in the world are similar - they have the same feelings, concerns, etc.

This leads to better understanding of other cultures. And when someone becomes your friend, you usually don't want to go to war with them. There's nothing like going one-on-one with other people without the distortion of the press, the government, or propaganda to find out what they're really like!

Maybe someday.
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Postby qman » Wed Oct 17, 2001 5:24 am

<font color=red>I remember reading a Sci-Fi paperback about 15 years ago (it may have been an Orson Scott Card book) that talked about posting to the NET and how the influence of the most widely read posters ended up dictating "Earth" policy (hopefully all for the betterment of man kind). Every YES fan that finds YES Talk is better off for it. I actually went looking for a YES Forum and wow did I ever find what I was looking for. Thanks Ed you've done a great thing here and we all appreciate it.</font id=red><img src=pix/icon_smile_8ball.gif border=0 align=middle>
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Postby theproffet » Wed Oct 17, 2001 2:58 pm

<font color=green>I'm now thinking about meeting more people "real time," having met a few folks before shows. Qman, we have to meet up at next springs Yesshow in KC, god willing! I'm also working on a Starcastle gig in Columbia, so keep your fingers crossed. </font id=green>

<font color=blue>England's a small place, so I hope some folks over there get to meet up in a pub before the shows. Yestalk face to face is a blast, as Lotus or I could tell ya . . .</font id=blue><img src=pix/icon_smokin.gif border=0 align=middle>

<hr>"It's rubbish, it's absolute crap! C-R-A-P, rubbish! We don't want anyone to see it, because it's so crappy! In fact we're going to call the tour Shut The F**k Up And Listen Tour!"

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Postby Ed Schaum » Wed Oct 17, 2001 8:52 pm

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<b>theproffet wrote:</b>
<font color=green>I'm now thinking about meeting more people "real time," having met a few folks before shows. Qman, we have to meet up at next springs Yesshow in KC, god willing! I'm also working on a Starcastle gig in Columbia, so keep your fingers crossed. </font id=green>

<font color=blue>England's a small place, so I hope some folks over there get to meet up in a pub before the shows. Yestalk face to face is a blast, as Lotus or I could tell ya . . .</font id=blue><img src=pix/icon_smokin.gif border=0 align=middle>

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Way back in the stone age, before the net was public/popular/webbed, After Hours was a local dial-up bbs. Even though we were primarily in NYC, we still had thousands of members.

Every couple of months we'd plan a "hang", usually a Friday or Saturday night get-together in the city. We'd usually go to a bar for drinks, then sometimes go out to eat afterwards.

This went on for a lot of years, we have thousands of pix, we have the AH "hangbook" which people signed every time, and we have lots of memories of great parties and cool people.

This went away a bit when the web came around. Suddenly our membership was spreading out, and it was no longer practical to have regular meets, because people were so spread out.

I've made a few half-hearted attempts to continue the tradition in the last few years, but I never really pulled it off.

However, a whole group of people who came to AH from one of those chat boards still plans meetings, with great success. They had a pretty good party a couple of months ago in Kansas City, and a bunch of people flew in from different parts of the US and Canada.

It would be really great to be able to get that kind of thing going here. The BEST thing would be YEScamp. There's a guy in the ring who sets up a YEScamp every spring down in .... errrr... maybe it's North Carolina, I don't remember. The idea is to get lots of Yes fans together in the woods, set up a small "stage", and all weekend, people hang out with guitars, keys, hookahs and friends.

Sounds just about perfect!
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Postby yeskat » Thu Oct 18, 2001 2:57 pm

That sounds quite fun, Ed. It's a matter of planning vacations at the same time, and convincing spouses and family that this will be a way to spend a vacation! <img src=pix/icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle>
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Postby fragilesi » Fri Oct 19, 2001 1:09 am

Hmmmm, maybe I shouldn't attempt this question/topic but . . . I have learnt a lot, my knowledge of Yes has deepened. Being on this board has reminded me how varied even devoted fans can be about the subject of Yes. It's a great community and apart from the recent hiatus I've always felt that this was the best Yes place on the Net.

I also recently learned a very sharp lesson recently that despite the fact that I'm so like-minded about Yes and the music as so many here I am also so very different about other issues. That doesn't matter though, I just want to talk Yes and share it with people. That will never change<img src=pix/icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle>

Cheers, Simon.
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Postby qman » Fri Oct 19, 2001 2:16 am

<BLOCKQUOTE id=quote><font size=1 face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id=quote>quote:<hr height=1 noshade id=quote>Qman, we have to meet up at next springs Yesshow in KC, god willing! I'm also working on a Starcastle gig in Columbia, so keep your fingers crossed. <hr height=1 noshade id=quote></font id=quote></BLOCKQUOTE id=quote>
<font color=green><b>Prof, I agree, if YES stops in KC we are there together, as for Starcastle in Columbia that would be great, it's not a far drive from Lee's Summit and I like them, especially the first two albums. So what exactly do you mean "I'm working on a Starcastle gig"? Does this mean you are lobbying them to play in Columbia? If yes how can I help?</font id=green></b><img src=pix/icon_smile_cool.gif border=0 align=middle>
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Postby Ed1909 » Fri Oct 19, 2001 4:35 am

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<b>fragilesi wrote:</b>
I just want to talk Yes and share it with people. That will never change<img src=pix/icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle>

Cheers, Simon.
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Welcome back our friend to the show that never ends! <img src=pix/icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle>

<hr>"Luck is sweet. A gift, a loan. When you have made your use of it, it goes on, undiminished. Power is finite and when one has it, it means another doesn't." - Charles de Lint, from "Forests of the Heart"
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Postby john mccleary » Tue Apr 03, 2007 3:51 am

Ive been here 3 weeks.I love Yes talk.I live 60 miles east of nashville and there is alot of country around here. reading messages from other yes fans make me feel good and happy :) I understand how some yes fans feel and Im glad Im here
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Postby Kalingzeye » Tue Apr 03, 2007 8:05 pm

John, looks like you found a great place! 'Happy you're here. YEStalk is awesome. (Cool old thread, too...) :eek:

& DUUUUDE, if it wasn't for YEStalk, I probably would have gone crazy by now. It seems really hard to find a YESfan anywhere near me to talk to, lol. One of these days I just know I'll be walkin down the street in my Jon tour shit and I'll pass someone with a Fragile shirt or something and it will be all hugs, but until then, I'll always have YEStalk... ;) <3 So far, I've known a few people who were fans- my dad, my uncle, one of my dad's coworkers, my bass teacher, and a few of my school teachers- but now I'm in college and don't have ANY of them! D: I mean, what's a poor lonely YESfan to DO? *weeps*
Ohgod, I love you guys... :p
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