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Yes, “Where Will You Be” from ‘Talk’ (1994): YESterdays

Yes, “Where Will You Be” from ‘Talk’ (1994): YESterdays

As with the earlier “Walls,” “Where Will You Be” holds an unusual place in the Yes canon – but in a much more positive way.

Yes, “Walls” from ‘Talk’ (1994): YESterdays

Yes, “Walls” from ‘Talk’ (1994): YESterdays

“Walls” is easily the most commercial song on Yes’ 1994 album ‘Talk,’ but that doesn’t make it a stand-out track.

Yes, “State of Play” from Talk (1994): YESterdays

Yes, “State of Play” from Talk (1994): YESterdays

“State of Play” sounds as for away from the main sequence of Yes songs as they could get. That doesn’t mean it isn’t good.

Yes, “Real Love” from Talk (1994): YESterdays

Yes, “Real Love” from Talk (1994): YESterdays

Nine minutes of well-played but uninspired AOR, “Real Love” is not quite up to the standards set by Yes in their glory years.

Yes, “I Am Waiting” from Talk (1994): YESterdays

Yes, “I Am Waiting” from Talk (1994): YESterdays

“I Am Waiting” isn’t a Yes epic of yesteryear, but there are enough prog elements to keep old fans engaged.

Yes, “The Calling” from Talk (1994): YESterdays

Yes, “The Calling” from Talk (1994): YESterdays

Yes begins 1994’s ‘Talk’ with a powerful tour-de-force that showcases some of the best aspects of this particular incarnation.

Roger Hodgson collaboration represents road not taken for Yes: ‘One of those things that fizzled out’

Roger Hodgson collaboration represents road not taken for Yes: ‘One of those things that fizzled out’

Released as a single on Dec. 25, 1994, “Walls” found Yes collaborating with Roger Hodgson of Supertramp fame. What if he’d become their lead singer?

Gimme Five: Overlooked Yes Albums (And Why Some of  Them Should Be)

Gimme Five: Overlooked Yes Albums (And Why Some of Them Should Be)

For every ‘Fragile,’ Yes has several other projects that are routinely ignored.

Trevor Rabin and Jon Anderson on Yes’ most overlooked album: ‘It was a perfect storm’

Trevor Rabin and Jon Anderson on Yes’ most overlooked album: ‘It was a perfect storm’

Issued decades ago now, ‘Talk’ remains widely dismissed – when it’s not being ignored all together.

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