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Thursday, 19 July 2012

Yes' Steve Howe talks inter-band relations

Yes have had so many members come and go and return again that it's a wonder they've been able to keep their signature sound for so long. With boldly individual instruments that seem to repel and attract each other at once, they have made a career out of writing epic prog rock songs that just won't work without perfect precision.

Guitarist Steve Howe says the band has been rehearsing one of their longer pieces for the first time in a long while, but he won't disclose which composition it is.

This music that you play requires such precision, it's hard to imagine it being even a little bit sloppy. When you do bring back one of the bigger pieces that you haven't done in a while, how long does it take before you are all in the groove again?

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