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Jon Anderson of Yes

Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie are joined by Jon Anderson of Yes.

Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie are joined by prog-supremo Jon Anderson of Yes. With one of the most recognisable vocals in rock, Anderson was the driving and creative force behind Yes who have sold over 30 million albums. He found mainstream success between 1979 and 1991 through his collaboration with Vangelis, and the duo (known as Jon & Vangelis) released four acclaimed albums. He's here to talk about his new Prog God award!

As well as this, there's the Chain, an ear-bothering array of splendid tunes and your chance for office victory by getting the link in the three records of Teatime Themetime before anyone in Accounts or HR.

3 hours

Last on

Wed 31 Aug 2016 13:00

Music Played

  • Sparks

    Amateur Hour

    • Music Club.
    • 2.
  • De La Soul

    Royalty Capes

    • A.O.I. Records.
  • Joe Goddard

    Gabriel (feat. Valentina)

    • Greco-Roman.
  • Stereophonics

    Pick A Part That's New

    • V2.
  • Margaret Glaspy

    Emotions And Math

    • ATO.
  • Mystery Jets

    The World Is Overtaking Me

    • Caroline International.
  • The Kinks

    I Gotta Move

    • Pye.
  • John Cooper Clarke & Hugh Cornwell

    Johnny Remember Me

  • Massive Attack & Hope Sandoval

    The Spoils

    • Virgin/EMI.
  • The M.V.P.’s

    Turning my Heartbeat Up

  • Strawberry Switchblade

    Since Yesterday

    • Warner Bros.
  • DJ Shadow

    The Sideshow

    • Mass Appeal Records.
  • Johnny Marr

    Easy Money (6 Music Live at Maida Vale, 6 October 2014)

  • Eagles

    Tequila Sunrise

    • The Best Of Eagles.
    • Asylum.
  • Frank Ocean

    Pink + White

  • Talking Heads

    Girlfriend Is Better

    • Sire.
  • Wild Beasts

    Big Cat

    • Domino.
  • Yes

    Nine Voices (Longwalker)

  • Anderson/Stolt


  • The Special A.K.A.


    • Chrysalis.
  • Justice

    Safe And Sound

    • Ed banger.
  • The Veils


  • The Unthanks


  • Jamie T

    Power Over Men

    • Virgin EMI.
  • The Bangles

    Hazy Shade Of Winter

    • Bangles Greatest Hits.
    • CBS.
  • Prophets of Rage

    Prophets of Rage

    • Caroline.
  • Inspiral Carpets

    Saturn 5

  • Motörhead

    Eagle Rock

  • Oasis


  • Wilco

    If I Ever Was A Child

    • dBpm Records.
  • Parliament

    Tear The Roof Off The Sucker (Give Up The Funk)