gingerbaker wrote: If they never released CTTE or Relayer or Fragile or GFTO or Tales or Yes Album and they kept them in the closet till today and released any of these now they would sell a million copies and sellout a 13,000 seat stadium.
gingerbaker wrote: Also, it is no coincidence that most of the great Yes albums had Wakeman on them. The exceptions being the Yes Album, Relayer and 90125.
gingerbaker wrote: Marketing only takes you so far. It is difficult to market a poor product.
Roan's Lady wrote:I would like to think so, but times are different now - the largest demographic of music purchasers don't want now what we wanted in 1975.
I think their greatest album was Relayer - their greatest album didn't have Wakeman on it!
Ain't that the truth.
Hey, it sure is good to see you here, gingerbaker.
frankh wrote:How attitudes and opinions can change.
If Yes were to "get their act together", I believe it is entirely possible that they could strike at least one more notch into their collective belts with a new classic.So much still going for them.Jon's voice now better than ever.Steve Howe and Rick Wakeman in one band - the second leg of the 2004 tour - someone had the brilliant idea of sitting them together for the acoustic set at 45 degree angles to one another.Watching them both up there, well you just knew you were in the presence of not merely greatness, but dare I say it?Immortality.
The Chris Squire/Alan White rhythm section.
All this still available to them as a band to turn to their own advantage.What needs to happen is some lightning stroke of inspiration.
Yes needs the world to listen, but more than that, the world needs Yes to hear.
joshtheyesfan wrote:i was about 7 at the time, but i was at that beach boy show, too!
i remember brian wilson sitting motionless at a piano and someone was sitting next to him the entire time...brian wilson...now THAT is a comeback!
Thoughtbecontact wrote:Oh dear gawd, Amy, don't get him started on his dear Wakey! I mean, that would almost be as bad as getting him started on his beloved Maestro! LOOOOL!
sound_chaser wrote:Chris: fancy a chat about SMiLE over at AT?
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