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17 November 1978

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YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1978-11-17
Comments
  • The very first FRS, which took over Friday nights from John Peel's show.
  • Start of show: "Hello, I'm Tommy Vance, and welcome to edition one of the Friday Rock Show, a programme that will in future weeks present the very best rock music that we can find, both past and present. Now tonight, you're in for a treat. Back in October, producer Tony Wilson my producer took a 24-track mobile down to Wembley and recorded Yes in concert. He then took the master tape into another studio, mixed it down from 24 tracks to two, specially for Radio 1 and for you. And here it is, uninterrupted: Yes in concert."

Live Edit

  • Yes, recorded at the Empire Pool, Wembley, 1978-10-28. 'Time And A Word' and 'Don't Kill The Whale' available on Yesshows (Atlantic).

Track Listing Edit

Yes live at Wembley

  1. Siberian Khatru
  2. Heart Of the Sunrise
  3. Circus Of Heaven
  4. Time And A Word
  5. Long Distance Run Around
  6. Fish
  7. Perpetual Change
  8. Soon
  9. Don't Kill The Whale
  10. The Clap
  11. Starship Trooper
  12. On The Silent Wings Of Freedom
  13. Awaken
  14. All Good People
  15. Roundabout
(TV: 'And that was edition one of the Friday Rock Show. I'll be back just after the 10 o'clock news next Friday. Radio 1 is now closing down: it opens up again at 8 o'clock in the morning with Junior Choice and Ed Stewart. We join Radio 2 after the time signal. Wherever you happen to be in this world, I hope that something remarkable....(cut off by the pips)')

File Edit

Name
  • FRS 1978-11-17
Length
  • 01:54:04
Other
  • Many thanks to Jim and to SIG for the re-upload.
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