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Latest news: I am currently writing a second edition of the Strawberry Bricks Guide to Progressive Rock, due in the second half of 2016. The new edition will feature more additions to the timeline, interviews with musicians from all over the globe, and a good editing before publication. Thank you to everyone involved!

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The Word Is Live > Yes

Artist: Yes
Label: Rhino / Elektra
Catalog#: R2 78234
Format: CD
Country: United States
Released: 2005

Yesyears > Yes

Artist: Yes
Label: Warner Music Vision
Catalog#: 8536-50250-2
Format: DVD
Country: United States
Released: 2003

Yessongs > Yes

Artist: Yes
Label: Image Entertainment
Catalog#: 14381-4209-2
Format: DVD
Country: United States
Released: 2003-02

Live In Philadelphia 1979 > Yes

Artist: Yes
Label: Sanctuary Visual Entertainment
Catalog#: SDE3005
Format: DVD
Country: United States
Released: 2002

Something's Coming: The BBC Recordings 1969-1970 > Yes

Artist: Yes
Label: New Millennium Communications
Catalog#: PILOT 25
Format: CD
Country: United States
Released: 1997-10-14

Yesyears > Yes

Artist: Yes
Format: CD, Box Set
Country: United States
Released: 1991

Classic Yes > Yes

Artist: Yes
Label: Atlantic
Catalog#: SD 19320
Format: Vinyl
Country: United States
Released: 1981-11

Yesterdays > Yes

Artist: Yes
Label: Atlantic
Catalog#: SD 18103
Format: Vinyl
Country: United States
Released: 1975-02

Yesshows > Yes

Artist: Yes
Label: Atlantic
Catalog#: SD 2-510
Format: Vinyl
Country: United States
Released: 1980-11

Drama > Yes

Artist: Yes
Label: Atlantic
Catalog#: SD 16019
Format: Vinyl
Country: United States
Released: 1980-08
Strawberry Bricks Entry: 
In 1979, Manager Brian Lane resuscitated the surviving members of Yes by injecting two musicians from a slightly different ilk to the core of Chris Squire, Steve Howe and Alan White. Geoff Downes and Trevor Horn had just scored a No. 1 single in several different countries as The Buggles with their “Video Killed The Radio Star” single, but as a studio-only effort, were ensconced in the same studio space as Yes languishing over a follow-up. Long-time fans, they offered a song to Yes, “We Can Fly From Here”.