|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 Launched: 2010 - 08 - 07 - Collection update: 2014 - 04 - 11|
|- 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
- This website has been tested only for Internet Explorer 7, 8 and Google Chrome
- 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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