|Who has this recording: November 25, 1977 - Ahoy-hal, Rotterdam?|
|I'm looking for the 1977 Rotterdam show on November 25 for a friend of mine. It was his very first Yes concert but he had to leave early to catch a train so he missed Awaken and the rest of the show.
He is the one that gave me the 250 new bootlegs that I am adding to the website right now and that are offered on the downloads page (in parts of ± 30 per month).
Forgotten Yesterdays mentions a 105 minutes audience recording, the only thing is: where is it?
The best way to thank him for these 250 bootlegs is to send this show so I can give it to him.
If you have it ... please don't let me down, or even more ... don't let him down!
You can send it to me with or at least let me know by sending an email and we'll figure it out.
|KING BISCUIT FLOWER HOUR BROADCASTED THE WRONG TORMATO SHOW|
|In the late 70s King Biscuit Flower Hour broadcasted the 1978-10-06 Inglewood show two times or more. However ... it wasn't the Inglewood show ... it was the 1978-10-28 London show! Until yesterday there were two mislabeled KBFH shows on this website, they are now labeled as London shows (see the Tormato Tour page).
When you listen to ''1978-10-28 - In the Round - Complete Evening Show (SB) - London'' (it was in the downloads batch of February 11) you can hear Steve playing three guitar notes right after Siberian Khatru has finished, and right after that you can hear Jon speaking to the crowd saying (among others): ''Welcome to Wembley. Anyone from outside of London? ... Welcome to London''. On the KBFH broadcasts the announcer says it's the last show of the American tour. You'll hear exactly the same guitar notes, and Jon speaking to the crowd, but ... KBFH cut out Jon's text about Wembley and London so it could be broadcasted as the Inglewood show.
|Download your favorite Yes bootlegs for free|
|Every 1st, 11th and 21st of the month I want to share some bootlegs with you.
Click on the disc on the left to go to the DOWNLOADS page and download your favorite Yes bootleg.
If you have a request for a special bootleg just send an email and 'your bootleg' will be uploaded a.s.a.p.
NOTE: please DO NOT ASK for shows marked with * because they already have been requested earlier.
|About this website First online: 2010 - 08 - 07 - Collection update: 2014 - 03 - 01|
|- This website is fully dedicated to my favorite progressive rock band: YES
- It contains only unofficially released material, mostly recordings of live shows they did in more than 45 years
- The links above will lead you through my collection of Yes bootlegs which will be updated every month
- The rating of every show is just my personal opinion!
- All tracks are listed (incl. length, played with WinAmp) so you can compare your shows with mine
- All available covers can be downloaded. If you have new covers for me, please send them to me
- Every 1st, 11th and 21st of the month a number of bootlegs can be downloaded from the 'Downloads' page
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- If you find any information on this site that is not correct, please tell me
|- Name: Remy Menting - Born in 1958 - Country: The Netherlands - Profession: architectural drawer
- I am a Yes fan since I heard 'Roundabout' on the radio when it was released in 1972
- Tales From Topographic Oceans is my favourite album, ABWH my second
- I never visited a concert of Yes until 1998 when they came to Utrecht
- At Utrecht 2000 I met a guy who arranged some bootlegs for me. That's where my collection made a start
- At the moment I have over 2600 bootlegs, about 1750 are on this website, I still have to check more than 850
- In Heerhugowaard 2009 I had a Meet & Greet and spoke with some band members
- My last concert was in Nijmegen, Holland, 2011-11-21.
- I hope to see them at least once again . . . . . . . with Jon (Anderson) & Rick
|Wanna trade bootlegs?|
|Often I receive very expanded bootleg lists with a request to do a trade. Please don't send your entire bootleg lists anymore because I don't have the time to check them all. I want you to compare your list with mine first before making a proposal which bootlegs we can trade. Note: I don't collect music from other bands.
1. Trade by sending bootlegs using the email service
The easiest and fastest way to trade a few shows. It's for free, no registration required!
2. Trade by sending a Hard Disc Drive
Only when trading a large number of shows. One of us sends a HDD with new material, the other sends it back a.s.a.p. with new material.
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