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YELLO


Post Posted Sun May 01, 2011 11:46 pm
Memory Cords


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Is anyone else on this forum into YELLO?

They are one of my favorite bands. Their use of synths and samplers is very unique and original.

I consider Boris Blank of YELLO to be one of the greatest masters of the Fairlight sampler, along with Jarre. They also used ARP equipment which Jarre also used on all his albums.

Recently they remastered and released their first six albums with extra tracks.
Post Posted Wed May 04, 2011 7:46 am
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Memory Cords wrote:
They also used ARP equipment which Jarre also used on all his albums.
An Odyssey with Sequencer, to be precise. Carlos Peròn also had a 2600.

Stephen
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Post Posted Wed May 11, 2011 9:44 pm
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Memory Cords wrote:Is anyone else on this forum into YELLO?

They are one of my favorite bands. Their use of synths and samplers is very unique and original.

I consider Boris Blank of YELLO to be one of the greatest masters of the Fairlight sampler, along with Jarre. They also used ARP equipment which Jarre also used on all his albums.

Recently they remastered and released their first six albums with extra tracks.
I'm just for this band
they rule on so many levels :peacemaan:

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Post Posted Mon May 16, 2011 9:30 pm
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Wow, great to see so many YELLO lovers!

One thing I find inspiring about YELLO is that they are still recording new music despite the fact they they are old (by music industry standards). I also admire Jarre for this (although his release rate has been slowing down - compilations and live recordings don't count in my opinion)! David Bowie is another old guy that still makes a good effort too!
Post Posted Sat Oct 29, 2016 4:12 pm
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Yello's Starlight scene sounds familiar maybe a bit like Laid back's Bakerman ?







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