guilddigger wrote:Remember Rick's prediction of a Yes long after the original members are dead and buried.
Chris1960 wrote:The perpetual Yes idea is routinely trotted out on YesFans and it annoys the hell out of me. It's a stamp-collector's or brand-slave's idea of Yes.
I know there's still a Glenn Miller orchestra [actually several, so where's the 'literal' truth in that? (and in any case an orchestra is by definition variably constituted)], but Yes' status as a band, let alone a brand, unfortunately means that if such an entity exists after the death of its originators, it would probably struggle to fill bars, let alone concert venues.
TaterMouse wrote:I don't mean that in a particularly good way either
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