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Wednesday, 13 December 2017


Yes guitarist Steve Howe says the band have “ideas” for the future - and reports that more work he did with late son Virgil could be released. Steve Howe says that Yes have given some thought to new material. The guitarist reports that they have “ideas” but is currently keeping his cards close to his chest ...

Yes guitarist Steve Howe has hinted that the band might be about to work on a new musical project as their 50th anniversary approaches. Their last studio outing was 2014's Heaven and Earth, the first to feature singer Jon Davison and their 21st album overall. “We've got an interim period where we're ...

Jon Anderson sings a direct lyric which avoids '90s-rock cliché, while Tony Kaye's organ and piano swirl in the background. Light touches of synthesizer assist in developing the mood, which then shifts with a less-than-nuanced rock back beat. The Trevor Rabin-sung bridge and electric guitar leads are a ...

Horn joined Yes as a brief replacement for Jon Anderson during the sessions for 1980's Drama, then stayed on to produce their follow-up smash, 1983's 90125. He also co-produced 1987's Big Generator and 2011's Fly From Here for Yes, using SARM studios along the way. The Bel-Air facility has ...

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