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Celebrates The 40th Anniversary of "The YES Album"

North American syndicated Rock radio show InTheStudio celebrates the 40th Anniversary of The Yes Album from YES. Show producer/host Redbeard speaks with members Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Tony Banks and Steve Howe about their breakthrough 1971 progressive rock masterpiece. Anderson quips that the success of YES came from the simple fact that the band, " never take 'no' for an answer". The determination shared by the co-founding odd-couple of Anderson and Squire made for timeless classics "I've Seen All Good People","Yours Is No Disgrace", & "Starship Trooper" that brought the progressive sounds of the early seventies into the mainstream. Listen in here.

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