1996 - 03 - 04   (Keys &) San Luis Obispo Shows   1996 - 04 - 06

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Date 1996
Title Alternate Keys To Ascension
City -
Venue -
Disc time 1:19:10
Quality - studio recordings
Info Tracks #1-5 from the original 'KTA' CD but slightly different cuts - Tracks #6-9: Promos & Demos
Artwork
From the original 'Keys To Ascension' CD:
     1.01 Be The One (9.53)
     1.02 That That Is (19.15)
     1.03 America (10.21)
     1.04 Roundabout (8.22)
     1.05 Starship Trooper (12.46)

1.06 Be The One (Promo Single Version) (3.53)
1.07 That That Is (Promo Single Version) (3.19)
1.08 Be The One (The One) (Demo Take) (5.25)
1.09 That That Is (That Is, All In All) (Demo Take) (5.56)

Date 1996 - 03 - 04 (& 05 & 06)
Title Keys To Ascension - The Concert
City San Luis Obispo - California, USA
Venue Fremont Theatre
Disc time Disc 1 (1:15:15) - Disc 2 (1:08:25)
Quality - soundboard recording
Info Resequenced by }{eywood
Artwork
1.01 Firebird Suite (1.08)
1.02 Siberian Khatru (9.56)
1.03 Close To The Edge (19.28)
1.04 I've Seen All Good People (7.16)
1.05 Time And A Word (6.21)
1.06 And You And I (10.39)
1.07 The Revealing Science Of God (20.27)
2.01 Going For The One (4.57)
2.02 Turn Of The Century (8.10)
2.03 America (10.17)
2.04 Onward (5.34)
2.05 Awaken (18.11)
2.06 Roundabout (8.17)
2.07 Starship Trooper (12.59)

Yes
Keys to Ascension
The concert

This is a mix of the tracks from the CDs and the DVD audio. I stuck mostly to the CDs for true lossless content, reverting to the DVD only when necessary to grab a transition. One of my easier projects, this made K2A into a double live album and a studio album. The studio album is commercially available as Keystudio, so no need for me to release my version here.

01 Intro
02 Siberian khatru
03 Close to the Edge
04 I've Seen All Good People
05 Time and a Word
06 And You and I
07 The Revealing Science of God
08 Going for the One
09 Turn of the Century
10 America
11 Onward
12 Awaken
12 Roundabout
13 Starship Trooper

I faded out track 07
I faded in track 08

Resequenced by }{eywood

Date 1996 - 03 - 04 (& 05 & 06)
Title Keys To Ascension - Japanese Laser Disc rip
City San Luis Obispo - California, USA
Venue Fremont Theatre
Disc time Disc 1 (1:15:34) - Disc 2 (1:09:23)
Quality - soundboard recording
Info -
Artwork
1.01 Firebird Suite (1.08)
1.02 Siberian Khatru (9.55)
1.03 Close To The Edge (19.22)
1.04 I've Seen All Good People (7.23)
1.05 Time And A Word (6.24)
1.06 And You And I (10.47)
1.07 The Revealing Science Of God (20.35)
2.01 Going For The One (4.58)
2.02 Turn Of The Century (7.50)
2.03 America (10.52)
2.04 Onward (5.35)
2.05 Awaken (18.14)
2.06 Roundabout (8.18)
2.07 Starship Trooper (13.36)

Date 1996 - 03 - 04
Title The Return Of Yes
City San Luis Obispo - California, USA
Venue Fremont Theatre
Disc time Disc 1 (0:59:50) - Disc 2 (1:00:07)
Quality CD1: - audience recording   -   CD2: - audience recording
Info Incomplete recording: 'TOTC' - 'Happy B-Day to Chris' - 'Awaken' - 'Roundabout' missing
Artwork
1.01 Firebird Suite (2.56)
1.02 Siberian Khatru (9.44)
1.03 Close To The Edge (20.08)
1.04 I've Seen All Good People (8.08)
1.05 Time And A Word (8.06)
1.06 And You And I (10.48)
2.01 The Revealing Science Of God (22.59)
2.02 Going For The One (6.24)
2.03 America (12.00)
2.04 Onward (5.36)
2.05 Starship Trooper (13.08)

Date 1996 - 03 - 05
Title Keys To Chris' Birthday
City San Luis Obispo - California, USA
Venue Fremont Theatre
Disc time Disc 1 (0:48:30) - Disc 2 (0:51:02) - Disc 3 (1:05:39)
Quality - audience recording
Info Highland HL124/125/126#Y26
Artwork
1.01 Firebird Suite (1.48)
1.02 Siberian Khatru (10.11)
1.03 Close To The Edge (20.39)
1.04 I’ve Seen All Good People (8.11)
1.05 Time And A Word (6.47)
1.06 Happy Birthday Song (0.55)
2.01 And You And I (13.14)
2.02 The Revealing Science Of God (21.59)
2.03 Going For The One (7.25)
2.04 Turn Of The Century (8.25)
3.01 America (14.32)
3.02 Onward (6.16)
3.03 Awaken (20.51)
3.04 Roundabout (9.48)
3.05 Starship Trooper (14.13)

Keys To Chris’ Birthday (Highland HL124/125/126#Y26)

Fremont Theater, San Luis Obispo, CA - March 5th, 1996

Disc 1 (48:30):

1.01 Firebird Suite (1.48)
1.02 Siberian Khatru (10.11)
1.03 Close To The Edge (20.39)
1.04 I’ve Seen All Good People (8.11)
1.05 Time And A Word (6.47)
1.06 Happy Birthday Song (0.55)

Disc 2 (51:02):

2.01 And You And I (13.14)
2.02 The Revealing Science Of God (21.59)
2.03 Going For The One (7.25)
2.04 Turn Of The Century (8.25)

Disc 3 (65:39):

3.01 America (14.32)
3.02 Onward (6.16)
3.03 Awaken (20.51)
3.04 Roundabout (9.48)
3.05 Starship Trooper (14.13)

The decision for Yes to reunite with the most popular line up in 1996 can be seen in two ways. To the public the band issued a message stating that “21 years ago, at Stouffer’s Hotel in Cincinnati on Chris’ birthday, March 4, we, the members of Yes–Jon, Steve, Rick, Chris, and Alan–decided that if the world was still together and that we were able as musicians to work together, we would unite in 1995 on the 4th of March in order to perform yet again not just for one album or one tour, but for the next five years in order to take the band and its fans into the 21st century and beyond. A document was created which we all signed that evening in the year 1974. Thankfully, not only for ourselves but for Yes fans around the world as well, we have decided to follow this prophecy through into THE FUTURE! Be ready. KNOW that you are part of the future. KNOW that you were part of the past. KNOW that we will deliver the true YES MUSIC.”

But the reunion more likely came about because of the commercially disappointing (yet unfairly criticized) TalkLP, the low ticket sales on the tour and the Rabin-era Yes falling apart. Of course the actually truth lies somewhere in the middle. Rock bands go through a cycle where they attain popularity, attempt to expand their music, perhaps fall apart and reunite many years later when personal tensions and public tastes become nostalgic for what once was. In other words, the mid-nineties were the point for Yes where their eighties success ended and it was right to resurrect the “classic” line up for some shows, recording new material in the studio and finally touring.

The live comeback was three shows at the 800 capacity Fremont Theater in San Luis Obispo which were all filmed and recorded. Some of this material was released on Keys To Ascension and Keys To Ascension 2 but the “Know” tour, tentatively scheduled for the summer in 1997 never materialized and Yes had to alter their strategy again.

Keys To Chris’ Birthday is a very early release on the Highland label. It was recorded and issued the same year the label started production. The date on the cover is given as January 15th, but in reality this is the March 5th, 1996 San Luis Obispo show, the second of the three. Highland utilize an excellent sounding DAT recording of the complete concert. It has a power to it that is somewhat lost in the official recordings. “The Revealing Science Of God,” “Onward,” “Awaken,” and “Roundabout” were used on Keys To Ascension and “Time And A Word,” “And You And I,” “Going For The One” and “Turn Of The Century” appear on Keys To Ascension 2.

The setlist is cobbled together from the great tours of the seventies minus anything from Relayer. The focus is upon the songs themselves and the band playing together. The solo spots, such a feature for Yes dating back to the very early tours, is ignored in these three shows. The Firebird Suite begins the show leading into ”Siberian Khatru,” a song that was completely ignored during the Rabin years and played for the first time since 1979. It is a tentative but correct performance of their most popular set starter.

“Close To The Edge” follows and for a song that had more recent public performances (it was part of the set for the ABWH tour and rehearsed and performed once on Union), this is fully of mistakes and missed cues. Rick Wakeman acts as director (as we will for the entire show) and holds the song together but the rust is evident and, to be fair, expected.

Jon Anderson greets the audience afterwards, saying: “Welcome to the show. I remember while we put that piece of music together and decided to call it ‘Close To The Edge’ and at that time, I was reading a lot of Herman Hess - A Journey To The East and understanding and I remember when the reviews came out, they said ‘close to the edge of disaster’ for Yes and I thought ‘no no no, it’s close to the edge of realization’. That’s what it happens to mean. So thankfully we never followed the critics, that’s why we’re are here tonight.”

“Time And A Word” is another holdover from the ABWH tours and is given a new piano based arrangement which Anderson acknowledges, saying, “you’re going to have a wonderful, wonderful introduction by Mr. Rick Wakeman.” Afterwards they all sing “Happy Birthday” to Chris Squire who turned 48 the day before with Wakeman playing the melody on the piano. “It’s gonna be a long birthday” Squire says afterwards.

The middle third of the show is dominated by “The Revealing Science Of God,” played at these shows for the first time in twenty-two years. Anderson mentions before they play it that it was “one of the first things we talked about was doing… It’s a very special piece of music for all of us, I think all of us here tonight because I think you understood a lot of things of our time that we are learning now, in many ways.” The tempo is slower than the recorded version and at times Wakeman tries to quicken the pace. There aren’t any disasterious mistakes however and it’s inclusion in Keys To Ascension is entirely appropriate.

Two songs from Going For The One follow, the title track played in a lower key and the once and future neglected classic “Turn Of The Century.” Chris Squire is singled out before “America” is given its first public performance in almost twenty-five years. Anderson mentions this is the song he spoke to Squire about when they first met to form Yes in the first place. “This song we’re going to do now goes sorta way, way, way, way zillion years ago and all I can remember is, really the first time, that I met this guy. This guy was in this bar. You’re always in a bar aren’t you. It’s like when you meet somebody it’s usually a UFO experience. Maybe it was. Maybe it happened, I don’t know, but this friend of mine said ‘you go on..go on talk to this guy at the end of this bar. He’s a bass player.

“Get on with the guy, he’s a nice guy. You can start a band’. So I wondered along the bar and to this guy and I said like ‘Hello Chris’. He said ‘Hello little boy’. I was cleaning up the glasses, c’mon you know, I swear I was doing at the time, you see. The first thing that we said was like ‘Say what kind of music do you like?’ He said ‘Simon and Garfunkel’ I said ‘Me, me I, I like that too, lets get a band together’. So it’s been nearly 30 years ago, this is what I’m talking about, so I think it definitely must be love, me and Christopher. Chris Squire on bass guitar. One of the times we ever toured America and we started to realize really what America really is and it’s sorta melting pot of so many different kinds of people and all over the world and we’re all looking for America. That’s why we’re going to do this song for you right now.”

“Onward” from Tormato is given it’s second public performance following the previous night’s show. The show ends with a seventeen minute version of “Awaken,” an epic shorter than some of the others but richer in detail and meaning. Before the second encore “Starship Trooper” Anderson reminisces, saying “We like this time thank you for joining us this evening in San Luis Obispo. It only seems like yesterday we were in row 21 whatever watching Hard Days Night and thinking, ‘Why don’t we play here?’ It turned out real well. So last but not least. The gentleman is going to count in this song. The one and only Mr Alan White on drums.” Anderson joins in during a Würm section, a true rarity. In general, having the video and official releases is essential, but Keys To Chris’ Birthday is a more authentic document of the event and one of Highland’s best releases from their first year.

Date 1996 - 03 - 05 & 06
Title Unreleased Tracks From Fremont Theatre
City San Luis Obispo - California, USA
Venue Fremont Theatre
Disc time Disc 1 (0:59:11) - Disc 2 (0:54:25) - Disc 3 (1:03:30)
Quality - audience recording
Info Source = MP3
Artwork
1.01  1996-03-05  Firebird Suite (0.48)
1.02  1996-03-05  Siberian Khatru (10.16)
1.03  1996-03-05  Close To The Edge (20.49)
1.04  1996-03-05  Your Move (3.34)
1.05  1996-03-05  All Good People (4.20)
1.06  1996-03-06  Time And A Word (8.43)
1.07  1996-03-06  And You And I (10.41)
2.01  1996-03-06  Between Song Banter (1.26)
2.02  1996-03-06  The Revealing Science Of God (23.11)
2.03  1996-03-06  Going For The One (7.59)
2.04  1996-03-06  Turn Of The Century (10.19)
2.05  1996-03-05  America (10.37)
2.06  1996-03-06  Happy Birthday To Chris Squire (0.53)
3.01  1996-03-06  Onward (6.48)
3.02  1996-03-06  Awaken (20.24)
3.03  1996-03-06  Roundabout (9.16)
3.04  1996-03-06  Starship Trooper (14.06)
3.05  1996-03-05  Starship Trooper (12.56)

ATTENTION !!:
ALL THE TRACKS INCLUDED;
HAVE NOT BEEN OFFICALLY RELEASED!!
I GOT MY INFORMATIOIN FROM FORGOTTEN YESTERDAYS

YES
March 5, 1996 & March 6, 1996
San Luis Obispo, California, USA
Fremont Theatre

DISC ONE:
1.01  1996-03-05  Firebird Suite (0.48)
1.02  1996-03-05  Siberian Khatru (10.16)
1.03  1996-03-05  Close To The Edge (20.49)
1.04  1996-03-05  Your Move (3.34)
1.05  1996-03-05  All Good People (4.20)
1.06  1996-03-06  Time And A Word (8.43)
1.07  1996-03-06  And You And I (10.41)

DISC TWO:
2.01  1996-03-06  Between Song Banter (1.26)
2.02  1996-03-06  The Revealing Science Of God - Dance Of The Dawn (23.11)
2.03  1996-03-06  Going For The One (7.59)
2.04  1996-03-06  Turn Of The Century (10.19)
2.05  1996-03-05  America (10.37)
2.06  1996-03-06  Happy Birthday To Chris Squire (0.53)

DISC THREE:
3.01  1996-03-06  Onward (6.48)
3.02  1996-03-06  Awaken (20.24)
3.03  1996-03-06  Roundabout (9.16)
3.04  1996-03-06  Starship Trooper (14.06)
3.05  1996-03-05  Starship Trooper (12.56)

LINEAGE: from Cassette copy of MASTER DAT
Audience --> Sony DAT D8 --> Sony Tape Deck --> Roland VS1680 --> EAC --> Flac Frontend

Date 1996 - 03 - 06
Title SLO Rehearsals
City San Luis Obispo - California, USA
Venue Fremont Theatre
Disc time 0:29:05
Quality - audience recording
Info Steve has an argument with the crew about the lights: ''I'm gonna f***ing kick you in the head''
Artwork
1.01 Children Of Light (2.16)
1.02 Mind Drive (1.09)
1.03 Sounds & Talking (5.50)
1.04 Sounds (4.01)
1.05 I've Seen All Good People (6.17)
1.06 Talking (1.45)
1.07 Awaken (1.33)
1.08 Siberian Khatru (4.00)
1.09 Talking (0.34)
1.10 Steve Howe 'Kick you in the head' (0.54)
1.11 Sounds (0.46)

Date 1996 - 03 - 06
Title Yes Meeting 1996
City San Luis Obispo - California, USA
Venue Fremont Theatre
Disc time Disc 1 (1:00:56) - Disc 2 (1:02:02) - Disc 3 (0:48:55)
Quality - audience recording
Info -
Artwork
1.01 Firebird Suite (1.20)
1.02 Siberian Khatru (10.11)
1.03 Close To The Edge (20.03)
1.04 I've Seen All Good People (9.06)
1.05 Time And A Word (7.49)
1.06 And You And I (12.27)
2.01 The Revealing Science Of God (22.35)
2.02 Going For The One (7.28)
2.03 Turn Of The Century (10.21)
2.04 America (13.12)
2.05 Onward (8.26)
3.01 Awaken (21.56)
3.02 Roundabout (11.39)
3.03 Starship Trooper (15.20)

Date 1996 - 10 - 25
Title Jon Anderson Radio Interviews - Volumes 1-4
City -
Venue -
Disc time Disc 1 (1:06:03) - Disc 2 (1:08:13) - Disc 3 (1:19:12) - Disc 4 (1:11:21)
Quality - radio broadcast recordings
Info Radio interviews 1974 - 1987
Artwork
1.01 - 1974-02-xx - Radio Interview with ED Sciaky (rebroadcast in the 1990s) (17.33)
1.02 - 1977-08-01 - Radio Interview with Ed Sciaky, WIOQ (48.30)
2.01 - 1978-09-04 - Radio Interview with Ed Sciaky, WIOQ
          (broadcast in 2 parts on 1978-09-08 and 1978-10-25) (32.10)
2.02 - 1978-09-12 - Radio Interview, WIOQ (broadcast live) (9.26)
2.03 - 1979-06-22 - Radio Interview, WIOQ (broadcast live) (26.37)
3.01 - 1980-05-23 - Phone Interview from London, with Vangelis (13.39)
3.02 - 1981-09-28 - Interview Rockline (11.34)
3.03 - 1981-10-07 - Radio Interview, WYSP (36.01)
3.04 - 1987-02-xx - Interview (recorded in Los Angeles) (17.58)
4.01 - 1987-07-19 - Yescon 87-WYSP Radio with Ed Sciaky (audience questions/comments) (31.11)
4.02 - 1987-11-30 - Radio Interview, WMMR (23.20)
4.03 - 1987-12-01 - Radio Interview with Ed Sciaky, WYSP (16.50)

1.01
Jon Anderson
Radio Interview with ED Sciaky
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
February 1974

Jon discusses the album "Tales from Topographic Oceans". This version of the interview has the questions largely edited out. It is mainly Jon's commentary on the "Tales" album. I believe this recording came from a rebroadcast in the 1990's. Whether it is the complete interview or not I cannot say, although it seems like it might be (minus the questions).

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Upped on Dime by woolie
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1.02
Jon Anderson
Interview with Ed Sciaky
WIOQ Radio
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
1977-08-01

Jon discusses the album "Going for the One", the departure of Patrick Moraz, the return of Rick Wakeman, "Olias of Sunhillow", and more.

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2.01
Jon Anderson (Yes)
Interview with Ed Sciaky @ WIOQ
recorded 1978-09-04 in New Haven
broadcast in 2 parts on 1978-09-08 and 1978-10-25 (Jon's birthday)

Contrast clause:
I was asked to upload the full interview by woolie, the original seeder of the shorter version, which can be found here:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=422304

My version came to me via tape trades back in early 80's. Lineage is unknown, but quality here is excellent. The music tracks of the commercial albums have been removed leaving a 32 minute interview.

Tapes > WAV files > Sound Forge > you
I opted to just leave this as one full track.

1. Jon Anderson - Ed Sciaky interview WIOQ 1978-09-04 Complete 32:10

enjoy!

Relayerman

yestorrent
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2.01
2.02
2.03
3.01
Jon Anderson
WIOQ Radio Interviews with Ed Sciaky
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

2.01 Jon Anderson 1978-09-04* (interview recorded in New Haven, Connecticut)
2.02 Jon Anderson 1978-09-12** (interview recorded at WIOQ and broadcast live)
2.03 Jon Anderson 1979-06-22 (interview recorded at WIOQ and broadcast live)
3.01 Jon Anderson 1980-05-23*** (phone interview from London, with Vangelis)

* Includes Jon's commentary on "Tormato"

** This is the Jon portion of the interview, with a bit of Steve Howe. The entire interview, which I no longer have, included more from Steve Howe and Alan white at the end.

*** Jon discusses his departure from Yes.

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woolie
September 2012
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3.02
Jon Anderson
1981-09-28
Rockline

Official Tracks removed

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woolie
October 2012
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3.03
Jon Anderson
WYSP Radio Interview
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
1981-10-07

Interview conducted by Steve (don't recall his last name).
Jon discusses his departure from Yes, his then yet to be released album "Animation", meeting Vangelis, "The Friends of Mr. Cairo", and more.

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My sister recorded this interview off the radio while I was on my way to King of Prussia, PA to meet Jon at the 'Listening Booth' record store.
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3.04
Jon Anderson
Radio Interview with Ed Sciaky
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

3.04 Jon Anderson February 1987 (recorded in Los Angeles, California)*

* This interview was recorded with a portable cassette recorder near the speaker: NOT FM stereo quality, but still quite listenable.

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woolie
September 2012
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4.01
4.02
4.03
Jon Anderson
1987 Radio Interviews
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

4.01 Jon Anderson 1987-07-19 Yescon 87-WYSP Radio with Ed Sciaky and audience questions/comments
4.02 Jon Anderson 1987-11-30 WMMR Radio
4.03 Jon Anderson 1987-12-01 WYSP Radio with Ed Sciaky

I believe these interviews were recorded with a portable cassette recorder near the speaker: NOT FM stereo quality, but still quite listenable.

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woolie
October 2012

Date 1996 - 10 - 25
Title Jon Anderson Radio Interviews - Volumes 5-8
City -
Venue -
Disc time Disc 5 (0:55:13) - Disc 6 (0:31:03) - Disc 7 (1:19:59) - Disc 8 (0:51:49)
Quality - radio broadcast recordings
Info Radio interviews 1988 - 1996
Artwork
5.01 - 1988-02-07 - Radio Interviews with Ed Sciaky (23.12)
5.02 - 1989-07-xx - Radio Interviews with Ed Sciaky (7.20)
5.03 - 1990-11-xx - Jon & Chris Interview, Los Angeles (12.39)
5.04 - 1991-02-xx - Interview (8.29)
5.05 - 1992-10-25 - Interview (broadcast date) (3.33)
6.01 - 1994-03-20 Interview (31.03)
1994-11-27 Jon Anderson Radio Interview with ED Sciaky, WMMR FM Radio
7.01 Discussion 1 (6.50)
7.02 Excerpt from 1971-07-09 Interview (13.44)
7.03 Listener Calls 1 (13.14)
7.04 Listener Calls 2 (8.42)
7.05 Gwendolyn Mok (5.51)
7.06 Anyone Can Light A Candle (3.20)
7.07 More with Gwendolyn Mok (1.44)
7.08 Children of Light (Distant Thunder) (2.14)
7.09 Listener Calls 3 (5.39)
7.10 Listener Calls 4 (3.53)
7.11 Listener Calls 5 (10.52)
7.12 We Wish You A Merry Christmas (3.56)
8.01 - 1996-04-xx - Interview with ED Sciaky (24.10)
8.02 - 1996-10-25 - Radio Interview with ED Sciaky (27.39)

5.01
5.02
Jon Anderson
Radio Interviews with Ed Sciaky
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
1988-1989

5.01 Jon Anderson 1988-02-07**
5.02 Jon Anderson July 1989***

** Includes Jon's commentary on "In the City of Angels"
***Jon discusses ABWH and his (second) departure from Yes.

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woolie
September 2012
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5.03
5.04
5.05
6.01
Jon Anderson
Interviews with ED Sciaky
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
1990-1994

5.03 Jon and Chris Squire, recorded in Los angeles, CA (November 1990?)*
5.04 Jon February 1991
5.05 Jon 1992-10-25 (broadcast date)
6.01 Jon 1994-03-20

* If anyone get verify or correct the date of this interview please add to comments.

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**http://wiki.dimeadozen.org/index.php/Caclas#minidisc
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7.03
7.04
7.05
7.06
7.07
7.08
7.09
7.10
7.11
7.12
Jon Anderson
WMMR FM Radio
Interview with ED Sciaky
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
1994-11-27

>>>> Nous Sommes du Soleil: removed# 1:53
7.01 Discussion 1 6:50
7.02 Excerpt from 1971-07-09 Interview 13:44
7.03 Listener Calls 1 13:15
7.04 Listener Calls 2 8:42
7.05 Gwendolyn Mok 5:52
7.06 Anyone Can Light A Candle* 3:21
7.07 More with Gwendolyn Mok 1:45
7.08 Children of Light (Distant Thunder)** 2:14
7.09 Listener Calls 3 5:39
>>>> Close to the Hype: removed@ 2:06
7.10 Listener Calls 4 3:54
>>>> Song of Seven: removed ^ 1:55
7.11 Listener Calls 5 10:52
7.12 We Wish You A Merry Christmas* 3:57

I've divided the interview show into 15 segments.
# Track 01, the introduction, has Jon singing along to the official recording of "Nous Sommes du Soleil" as he comes on the air, then talking about Ritual while the track continues to play in the background.
@Track 11 is Jon continuing talking about his son Damion over the official recording of "Close to the Hype".
^Track 13 is Jon continuing talking about "Song of Seven" over the official recording playing in the background.

*with Gwendolyn Mok on piano, live in the studio.
** Jon on acoustic guitar live in the studio (tape flip)

I received these interviews on cassettes shortly after the event. I dubbed them onto Mini disc (MDSP: http://wiki.dimeadozen.org/index.php/Caclas#minidisc) sometime in the late 90's.

Lineage: Maxell High Bias Cassette (First Generation) (dolby off) > Mini Disc (MDSP)** > Audacity > WAV > CD Wave Editor > edit tracks > TLH > Check for Sector Boundary Issues: None > TLH > Flac - level 6 > Dime

Upped on Dime by woolie
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1.31
1.32
Jon Anderson
Interviews with ED Sciaky
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
1996

1.31 Jon April 1996
1.32 Jon 1996-10-25

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**http://wiki.dimeadozen.org/index.php/Caclas#minidisc

Date 1996 - 10 - 28
Title Interview - Howard Stern Show
City New York City - New York, USA
Venue -
Disc time Disc 1 (0:38:16)
Quality - radio broadcast recording
Info Radio broadcast WXRK NYC NY 92.3 - Interview with Jon, Chris, Steve, Rick & Alan - Incomplete
Artwork
1.01 Talking (17.15)
1.02 Talking (9.43)
1.03 Talking (2.49)
1.04 I've Seen All Good People (2.33)
1.05 Talking (0.57)
1.06 Roundabout (4.59)

Yes
The Howard Stern Show
New York, New York, USA
28 October 1996

shn files shared by dave ;]

Jon Anderson (Vocals)
Steve Howe (Guitars)
Chris Squire (Bass)
Rick Wakeman (Keyboards)
Alan White (Drums)

01 talking 17:15
02 talking 9:43
03 talking 2:50
04 All Good People 2:33
05 talking 0:58
06 Roundabout 5:00

Info file and md5 file added.

Date 1996 - 10 - 29
Title 'Fox After Breakfast' & More
City New York City - New York, USA
Venue Fox Studios
Disc time 1:11:45
Quality - TV / radio broadcast recordings
Info US TV and Radio Highlights 1996/1998
Artwork
1996-10-29 - Fox After Breakfast - New York City:
     1.01 Studio Talk (4.05)
     1.02 America (4.51)
     1.03 Studio Talk (1.21)
     1.04 Studio Talk (0.29)
     1.05 Roundabout (6.01)
     1.06 America (3.49)
     1.07 America (5.05)
     1.08 Roundabout (6.18)

1998-02-12 - Mark And Brian Radio Show - Los Angeles:
     1.09 Owner Of A Lonely Heart (4.38)
     1.10 Open Your Eyes (4.48)
     1.11 I've Seen All Good People (4.53)
     1.12 Roundabout (3.41)

1998-06-15 - VH-1 Hard Rock Live - New York City:
     1.13 Roundabout (8.51)
     1.14 Owner Of A Lonely Heart (5.48)
     1.15 I've Seen All Good People (7.06)

Date 1996 - 11 - 20
Title New Yes Announcement
City Los Angeles - California, USA
Venue Tower Records
Disc time 0:40:17
Quality - radio broadcast recording
Info Source = MP3   -   Highland HL 080#Y15   -   Date on the cover is incorrect
Artwork
1.01 America (11.00)
1.02 I've Seen All Good People (8.04)
1.03 Roundabout (7.40)
1.04 Starship Trooper (13.33)

Date 1996 - 11 - 20
Title Yestower
City Los Angeles - California, USA
Venue Tower Records
Disc time 1:12:49
Quality - radio broadcast recording
Info YT 1196
Artwork
1.01 America (11.00)
1.02 I've Seen All Good People (8.04)
1.03 Roundabout (7.40)
1.04 Starship Trooper (13.33)

Bonus tracks: Wembley Arena - London 1991-06-29
     1.05 Rhythm Of Love (5.15)
     1.06 Owner Of A Lonely Heart (5.35)
     1.07 Heart Of The Sunrise (10.57)
     1.08 And You And I (10.45)

Yes-Yestower

From Silver Disc Yes-Yestower YT1196 > Ripped with EAC > FLAC Level8 with Traders little Helper > Dime

Recorded live at Tower Records on Hollywood Sunset Strip, Los Angeles, November, 20th 1996

Tracks:
1.01 America (11.00)
1.02 I've Seen All Good People (8.04)
1.03 Roundabout (7.40)
1.04 Starship Trooper (13.33)

Lineup: Anderson, Howe, Squire, Wakeman, White

Bonus tracks: Wembley Arena - London 1991-06-29
     1.05 Rhythm Of Love (5.15)
     1.06 Owner Of A Lonely Heart (5.35)
     1.07 Heart Of The Sunrise (10.57)
     1.08 And You And I (10.45)

Lineup: Anderson, Bruford, Howe, Kaye, Rabin, Squire, Wakeman, White

http://jeffersonboots.free.fr/Yesboots/slo.html says it's a Radio Broadcast

Date 1996 December
Title Be The One - Promo CD
City -
Venue -
Disc time 0:07:14
Quality - studio recording
Info 5 Inch Compact Disc Single Promotional   -   UK Promo CD   -   ESSENTIAL/CASTLE ESS P 2054
Artwork
1.01 Be The One (3.54)
1.02 That, That Is (3.20)

Date 1997
Title The Demos And The Tower
City Los Angeles - California, USA
Venue Tower Records
Disc time 1:18:43
Quality - studio recording / radio broadcast recording
Info HW 098   -   The four Tower songs are one track
Artwork
Yes covers by Envision, 1997
     1.01 Siberian Khatru (8.47)
     1.02 Long Distance Runaround (3.29)
     1.03 South Side Of The Sky (7.47)
     1.04 I've Seen All Good People (6.54)
     1.05 Wonderous Stories (3.49)
     1.06 Roundabout (8.20)

Los Angels Tower Records 1996-11-20
     1.07 America
             I've Seen All Good People
             Roundabout
             Starship Trooper (39.37)

Date 1997 - 01 - 13
Title In The Studio With RedBeard
City
Venue -
Disc time 0:20:12
Quality - broadcast recording
Info In the studio: Rebroadcast of 'Fragile 25th Anniversary' - Album Network #447 (1997-01-13)
Artwork
1.01 Talking with Jon Anderson about Roundabout (5.46)
1.02 Talking with Rick Wakeman (3.28)
1.03 Talking with Jon Anderson on death (1.41)
1.04 Talking with Rick Wakeman (3.59)
1.05 Talking with Rick on risk taking (5.18)

YES
In The Studio w Redbeard
Radio rebroadcast (original date 13-07-1991)
Commercials and songs removed
Talking on the making of Fragile and the lyrics to "Roundabout"
Jon Anderson / Rick Wakeman
Great interview

Lineage: cassette tape > transferred to cdr via harman kardon cdr track marks > tlh flac level 8 > checksum tlh > torrent tlh > you

Tracks:

1.01 Talking with Jon Anderson about Roundabout (5.46)
1.02 Talking with Rick Wakeman (3.28)
1.03 Talking with Jon Anderson on death (1.41)
1.04 Talking with Rick Wakeman (3.59)
1.05 Talking with Rick on risk taking (5.18)

Total: 20:12

1996 - 03 - 04   (Keys &) San Luis Obispo Shows   1996 - 04 - 06

Talk Tour     Open Your Eyes Tour