Ultimate Classic RockThursday, May 25th, 2017 at 10:18pm
Jared Baratta In quite a roundabout situation they are.
Adam J. Grammas Yes, (pun intended) Jon Anderson is an original member. But that's it. Howe and White were in the band longer than either Wakeman or Rabin. Plus the Howe version is the original strand from the original band. Still, I see Anderson's side.
Brian Hester It's too bad they can't just suck it up, get over themselves and just go on tour together. Trevor Rabin and Steve Howe both incredible guitar players, imagine the jams they could have on stage. So I kind of have to lean towards the original vocalist and what band he's in.
Don Papendry Anderson, Squire, Howe, Bruford, and Wakeman to me, will be the only original version since that is when their greatest work was created. From the Yes Album (minus Wakeman) to Fragile, to Close To The Edge, their crowning achievement.
Tyler March Jon Anderson is still pissed that Yes canned him 10 years ago. Sure he's the original singer but Howe, White and now even Downes have put in more time than Rabin and Wakeman. To have ARW call themselves the original Yes is a total snub.
Michael Sherwood Brian Lane is in my ears and in my eyes. Just dig the music... For the love of all that's holy ! You wanna hear Tales? There's only one place. Wanna hear Rhythm of Love? So do I! See you at both shows. I'd LOVE to hear Endless Dream as much as I'd love to hear Relayer. But we get to hear them both! How can that possibly suck?
John Wilkins Here's my take, swallow your dam pride or whatever is keeping Yes from touring as one band. Those that supported you over the years deserve it
Roger Clark Anderson, Wakeman and Rabin havent been part of Yes for over 10 years,, meanwhile Yes as an entity have continued to tour during that time. Anderson and co need to grow up and get over their fractured egos
Barry Bartle Brian Lane being silly .... When I bought tickets for the Jon Anderson line up I knew exactly who I was seeing .... same with the Steve Howe's YES .. Brian Lane needs to shut up and let the fans enjoy this wonderful cosmic music
Ben Tschetter The ARW version of Yes is definitely the better, even though Howe is a great guitarist. If only they could just work out their differences and tour together again.
Jonathan Donahue "The Other Yes Band" has been around since 1968 and is bigger than the sum of its parts. They don't need to dignify Brian Lane with a response.
Gabe Gonzales Yes without Chris is like Zeppelin without Bonzo. What we have now is a couple of Yes tribute bands featuring a couple of members of Yes each. Love them all, but I'm not sure I'd wanna spoil the memories of the dozen or so yes shows I've seen in all of my favorite configurations.
Tom Ryan I have to agree with Jon. Funny but there are 1950s Doo Wop bands doing the same thing like for example The Del Vikings.
Butch PerDieu to me its the voice,Jon Anderson & with Wakeman on keyboards & Rabin on guitars all we need is Bruford on drums.,,call them yes 2 or yes indeed.
Francisco Neira What a low movement from Brian Lane, makes me sick !!!! YES is Steve Howe, Billy Sherwood, Alan White, Geoff Downes & Jon Davison....period
Andrew Schlieter If Chris Squire were alive, I feel as though this wouldn't be an issue. Chris was, essentially, the heart of Yes. No Chris, no Yes.
Mark Alan While this is the same manager who was essential in their prominence during the 70s. This is also the same guy who royally screwed them by the end of the 70s... So, I wouldn't be surprised by how this all ends up.
Nivek Josef Kerley Seems fair... the other band is basically just Asia playing Yes songs with tribute musician's... I'd like to see Alan White join Jon, Rick, Trevor and Lee and the other band stick to being Asia.
Phillip Townsley hope things can be sorted, but for me Yes are - Anderson, Howe,Wakeman, Squire, Bruford (or White) & will continue to listen to their brill music
Mark Scheffki Wouldn't pay to see either version now. I saw them when it really mattered in the 70's and 80's. Now ,it's just the typical and sad money grab, and worse yet is that none of them need more money
Chaun Bergsma Really, why are we even talking about a band that was inconsequential in the first place. I mean talent wise, hits, anything.
Evan Rice The in fighting of this washed up, over the hill band is obnoxious. They were my favorite band in the 70's. Yes as an outfit is done. Been done. Enough.
Robert Pattison that's why I wouldn't waste my time or money on either show . way to think about the fans that made them ! their peak was Yessongs anyway
George Flanders Such a sad state of affairs. All of these people whom I have looked up to for decades acting like children.
Allison Wheeler Kelley I'D SEE A/R/W 'YES' IN A HEARTBEAT. SCREW STEVE HOWE, ARROGANT ASS.
Ultimate Classic RockThursday, May 25th, 2017 at 8:07pm
Sandor Sebestyen Scroggins They went black last night and now are an identical photo of the legend. Rest in peace.
Angie Patterson His foundation's page is black, too, or at least it was two days ago when I went to donate. Mine will stay black until 3:00 PST tomorrow. I haven't cried over a musician's death since Cobain.
Scott Rickers Geez! Enough already! You act like this guy was the greatest guy to ever live. Sound garden has only sold 10 million albums in America. He's just another person. He isn't the first and won't be the last. Give it a rest.
Michelle Gibson Johnson I saw this last night on the Chris Cornell's FB page... Very appropriate. .. 😢
Martha Orozco Lora ya muy triste una estrella se apago. Descansa en paz. Leyenda Chris Cornell
Jeff Kleinbaum Have there been any formal statements from the band yet?
Faye D. Saulters Truly heartbroken.....
Paul Jacobs Just when it couldn't hit you any harder
Jaime Reed We fell on black days
Jill N Brian McGonigal R.I.P Chris
Michael J Joyce Black tears of sorrow
Dan Halen I miss him shit
Cathy Smith STOP !! Let him rest and give the family peace.
Jon Moore They have pics of him up now.
April DeMatteo Still so sad....😥
Roy Gibson https://www.alternativenation.net/eddie-vedder-will-not-attend-chris-cornells-memorial/
Paige Cutshaw Thank you. R.I.P.
Jim Curran FFS let it go. Ridiculous amount of coffin-jumpin coverage.
Shannon Phillips 💔
Letty Lopez R.i.p...
Christine Ellis Cowie Lou Rash
Josh McDonald Robin Hein McDonald
Ultimate Classic RockThursday, May 25th, 2017 at 6:08pm
Laura Laughlin Floyd They were awesome, but they freaked me out at the time. I associated them with The Exorcist movie. Great sound though.
Josie Kyriacou Loved this album. Still have it
Christina Ballss The bloke was a genius! !
Peter Chakerian Polston
George Nash Jordan Murphy Scott Campbell-Cadd
John Polston Peter Chakerian
Ultimate Classic RockThursday, May 25th, 2017 at 5:27pm
Danny Rodin Is that a Freddie Mercury Jedi?
Terry Crawford If not for the success of The Omen, it never would have been made.
Fernando Soto Fernanda Valenzuela
Ultimate Classic RockThursday, May 25th, 2017 at 5:25pm
Angus Mair Yep, the fact that they followed it up with Mama Weer All Crazee Now kind of flags this up as bollocks. In any case, Slade were 10 times the rock'n'roll band QR ever were.
Brian Sapp Yeah sure I believe him, especially since on their Second LP they released ANOTHER Slade song as their main single.
Jerry Wattendorf Did the same w/ song. Didn't wanna do it. Label wanted them to. They tried to do it bad n label loved it. It became a hit. So they did another Slade song nama were all crazee now to try n cash in again. Band n label were unsure of metal n tried to make money fast, in case metal scene collapsed. All business n it became metal history.
Richard Matthew Pennefather Quiet riot were the train wrecks.slade would be one of the most iconic bands of the 70,s.you know,when bands were REAL bands.
Carlos Nieto I call bullshit on Frankie Banali playing this down. Only good thing they ever did. And why are they making records?
Kurt Quickel It was a train wreck. Doesn't come close to the Slade version. Cavazo's solo makes CC Deville sound like Peter Green.
Ciril Zupan .. and that's how we got one of the best songs (covers) of all time :3
Dave Staggs If it wasn't for slade no career.
James Armstrong I meant Deville
James Armstrong Seville is in poison?
Stephen Takoda Collins QR's version is better.
Michael Forbes slades version better
Bob Reidy I knew that.
Will Roth No Slade! No QR!
Julian Curtis They could never out do Slade
Martin Reddin Even kiss agree slade were the best!!
Michael Vaughn Kevin Dubrow died a long time ago too.
Ultimate Classic RockThursday, May 25th, 2017 at 4:24pm
Robert Plant A Day In The Life was an LSD song...the upward flourishes peaking to a new perceived reality...not counter culture..I grew up in SF at that time...She's Leaving Home....How about Lucy in the sky...or Mr Kite?...etc etc...
Achilles Last Stand What about A day in the life?
Daniel Gafforio Ron Hart
Ultimate Classic RockThursday, May 25th, 2017 at 4:10pm
Rod Crispo 😲 amazing!!
Robert Pattison that's why i will pass on ZPZ . no alums
Mike Saia Keith Aveni
Ultimate Classic RockThursday, May 25th, 2017 at 4:01pm
Ryan Kearns There's something very special about DG's debut solo album. It has a relaxed, "rainy afternoon" feel to it that's hard to put into words. But it starts with this instrumental tune and just..drifts and moves in wonderful ways from there. One of my favorite albums of all time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kcve0ux5Rkk
Mark Nedlin There's No Way Out of Here, when you come in you're in for good....
Justin Lee Thomas Love this album "so far away" is my favorite track but I love the whole record......
Martin Barrows both this and About Face are great but this takes the prize for his best work
Joel Sosnick Great album. Much better than the crap Roger Watters has put out
Richard Laster His debut solo effort is excellent. I've owned it for over twenty years and still listen to it regularly
Casey Tanner There's no way out of here! Wish he still played it live.
Stu Clegg Great album. I listened to it the other day. Top stuff.
Brian Shields LOVE this album from start to finish!!
Stefano Lombardi-Pessina Good album. For me, the best of David.
Matt Wellendorf One of the great under the radar albums of all time!
Dan Ludington i love the album
Tom Clark Good album to have.
John Therrien have always loved this song
Wayne Fisher Gilmour's best solo album fantastic album.
Tom Stigi I like The Pros & Cons of hitchhiking 😳
Colin Atkinson Great album
Anthony Corbi I thought About Face was better.
Nash Floyd Mesmerizing!
Reed Hamrick His best solo album IMHO,About Face was good too but not as good from beg.to end like his first!🎸
Ross English On an island underrated? By whom?
Jake Goray Leland Goray
Ultimate Classic RockThursday, May 25th, 2017 at 3:06pm
Devin Madorin Wow! The Uber rich slamming the capitalism that made them rich. Ugh, hypocrisy at it's Hollywood best. Feel a little different if they were donating 95% of their money to the homeless and lived in small houses, if they were to preach their socialism. But No.....
Kevin Moore One thing Facebook has shone me is how absolutely hateful people are to someone who doesn't think like they do. It's mainly these out of touch Hollywood elitists who play pretend for a living that are worst of all. Tired of it.
Tricia Martineau Paul Simon has always had political messages. He was anti Vietnam and fought for civil rights. If you think about it it is quite oppisite of Trump. Of course during Vietnam trump didn't oppose the war just sold real estate with a loan from daddy and dodged the draft four times.
William Kirkpatrick why are all these musicians joining one of the two cults and losing all credibility for. the songs they wrote are the reasons why not to get sucked in to those stupid political cults.
Dan O'Connor Only one side of the "divide" watches that bozo named Colbert.
Bill Baker Wouldn't watch anything on that POS show
Joseph Cottone When did Paul Simon turn into Uncle Charlie from My Three Sons
John Barlik Paul Simon looks like he's 95 years old 😝😝
Cap B Willemssen What an old burned out hippie
Brad Anderson Colbert sucks balls
Dave Breslaw No thanks...
Jeff Harshman I voted for Nerf Hoffelmyer.
Jared Strand Oh look, Republican butthurt.
Ross Rucker Snowflakes crybabies and pansies wreak havoc 2017
Clayton Norris Loser,both of them.
Don Salkovick Eat a bag of dicks colbert
Hannah Britain-Jones I loved it!😍
Jess McLaughlin Bob G McLaughlin