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Thread: The History of Yes Pt. 2- w/Henry Potts & Aymeric Leroy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Triscuits View Post
    No it's not. It's a perfectly ordinary name even today. It's just not enormously popular as it was back in the days when Shirley Temple was making movies and everyone was naming their girls Shirley.
    See, I hear Shirley and I think of the late Shirley Hemphill of the late 70's "What's Happening" fame.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Roth View Post
    See, I hear Shirley and I think of the late Shirley Hemphill of the late 70's "What's Happening" fame.
    I should think that in a music group you would at least think of Shirley Bassey, Shirley Scott, or Shirley Manson.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Triscuits View Post
    I should think that in a music group you would at least think of Shirley Bassey, Shirley Scott, or Shirley Manson.
    I can only think of "Poor Shirley" one of the deep cuts on the Christopher Cross debut LP.

    More relevant to this thread I've really warmed to "That That Is" over the years. Initially I was just bemused and bewildered by that track but eventually the Yesness of it all kicked in and won me over. Mind Drive too for that matter.

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    These interviews are so great, I could've listened to you all talk about Yes for another few hours. Henry is a legend!

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    Thanks!! Part 3 is coming up this weekend. Solo albums and live albums.

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