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Mick Box has always meant good vibes to me (from the stage, i don't know him), he seems to be always smiling

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Smooth, Paul -- very smooth. 

And no, it's not 4-0.  I don't look this old coz I never got married


Mick Box is one of the nicest guys on the face of the earth. 


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Yes,and I'll be moving up a size in Grundies.


Which could be very, very good, or not so.

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Kewl, yay You! Would those be the Batman Grundies or the Lightning McQueens?  Fnah.

And, no, of COURSE I don't really want an answer to that...

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Yes,and I'll be moving up a size in Grundies.

Which could be very, very good, or not so.


That is hilarious.

I'm wishing, hoping, that I'll still see you in Red Bank. Of course if they have to change the dates, and I can get seats better than the 6th row seats that I've currently got, then that would be a-ok with me!

Birchmere on a Tuesday night...Bummer. Got a place to stay and free babysitting in Alexandria (thanks mom and dad), but Tuesday nights just do not jive with that pesky work schedule.

Still pushing for the Yes song in the upcoming tour to be "Does It Really Happen". Guess what I found out today...That song is from the Drama album. "Hmm...Drama album...Which one is that?" Oh, I'm so glad you asked. The Drama album is the one that had Trevor Horn singing vocals. Jon Anderson had left the band, and Trevor was doing the singing..."Trevor Horn...but wait...Wasn't he the other half of...." The Buggles? Yes, indeed he was! And guess who else was in Yes at that time? Geoff Downes! Yes recruited the entire Buggles team to come and be a part of the group!

Here's another little tasty tidbit about the Drama album. Yes does not perform them in concert! Jon doesn't like singing those songs, since he wasn't in the band at the time! I can't say that I blame him, HOWEVER, since both Steve and Geoff played on that album, AND since they share the stage, it might be a great courtesy to the Yes fans if something from the album got played...

Not to mention, the song has that crazy bass line which would let Johan show off his mad bass skillz.
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