Joe

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  • Birthday 08/27/1972

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    Also, at their best, Yes were one of the finest live acts of their era. Even in the 90s, when the whole reunion tour thing was already getting more than a bit wearying, they were capable of great shows. That's when I really learned to appreciate them; they dusted off "Awaken" from GOING FOR THE ONE in support of UNION... at the time, I was not at all familiar with that track, and recall being rather blown away by a rendition I witnessed at the Starplex outdoor amphitheater here in Dallas.
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    Yes remains pretty underrated as an actual "rock band," I think. Chris Squire for me is the key to the whole thing working. Such a huge, often rude -- dare I say punkish? -- bass sound, especially on those first three records. He and Bruford made a great rhythm team. Diminishing returns after CLOSE TO THE EGE, sure, but I would agree with the assessment that, of all the so-called prog rock groups, they were actually the least pretentious and most capable of spinning out memorable melodies.
  4. Thanks; I'd forgotten about this one!
  5. You might get paywalled, but a nice profile nonetheless. Focus is more on Barker the historian more than the musician. http://www.newyorker.com/books/page-turner/danny-barker-giving-a-great-jazz-storyteller-his-due
  6. Name Three People...

    Vittorio De Sica Vittorio Gassman Speedy Alka-Seltzer
  7. Bob Dylan corner

    Whatever must Phil Ochs be thinking right now (whatever Bardo he's in / on)? Oh, and raise your hand if you've read TARANTULA.
  8. For added context: https://www.amazon.com/Jazz-City-Impact-Cities-Development/dp/0135093724
  9. In celebration of Thelonious Monk’s 99th birthday, all proceeds from this week’s sales of my novel Crepuscule W/ Nellie will be donated to The Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz. If you are interested in purchasing a copy, you can learn more about your options here: http://crepusculewnellie.com/ Thanks!
  10. Our C.J. Shearn and moi in podcast

    Always good to learn more about Tommy T. Thanks!
  11. There's more than a little Threadgill in track 9... but it can't be Threadgill. Could track 8 possibly be from this recording?