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Nick Finzer’s Hear & Now, “Steps – What Was” (2018): One Track Mind

Nick Finzer’s Hear & Now, “Steps – What Was” (2018): One Track Mind

Nick Finzer’s Hear and Now celebrates the 50th anniversary of Chick Corea’s classic ‘Now He Sings, Now He Sobs,’ issued in December 1968.

‘Yesterday and Today: A 50th Anniversary Tribute to Yes’ (2018)

‘Yesterday and Today: A 50th Anniversary Tribute to Yes’ (2018)

At its best, ‘Yesterday and Today: The Yes 50th Anniversary Album’ isn’t just a recreation of the originals; it’s an imaginative retelling.

Yes, “That, That Is” from ‘Keys to Ascension’ (1996): YESterdays

Yes, “That, That Is” from ‘Keys to Ascension’ (1996): YESterdays

If this had been included on an album of all-new material, rather than on a hybrid studio/live Yes project, perhaps it would have garnered more recognition.

Toto, “Blackeye” from ‘Tambu’ (1995): Toto Tuesdays

Toto, “Blackeye” from ‘Tambu’ (1995): Toto Tuesdays

“Blackeye,” a bonus cut from Toto’s ‘Tambu’ era, sounds as if it was intended for a Tina Turner album.

‘A Life in Yes: The Chris Squire Tribute’ (2018)

‘A Life in Yes: The Chris Squire Tribute’ (2018)

‘A Life in Yes: The Chris Squire Tribute’ was conceived, produced, recorded and mixed by Squire’s friend and hand-picked replacement Billy Sherwood.

Yes, “Be the One” from ‘Keys to Ascension’ (1996): YESterdays

Yes, “Be the One” from ‘Keys to Ascension’ (1996): YESterdays

“Be the One” was a strong start to what should have been the opening song for a new Yes studio album.

Lucas Lee Dives Deeper Into ‘Lowered Expectations’: ‘One Way of Maintaining Sanity’

Lucas Lee Dives Deeper Into ‘Lowered Expectations’: ‘One Way of Maintaining Sanity’

Lucas Lee discusses working with Marco Minnemann, his personal creative arc and stand-out album tracks from ‘Lowered Expectations.’

Projekt Gemineye – ‘Man of Science … Man of Dreams’ (2018)

Projekt Gemineye – ‘Man of Science … Man of Dreams’ (2018)

Projekt Gemineye returns with six daring songs that recall the heady days when bands like Rush and Yes ruled the musical landscape.

Warren Wiebe – ‘Original Demos’ (2018)

Warren Wiebe – ‘Original Demos’ (2018)

Warren Wiebe’s demos are so well produced and expertly recorded that it’s usually hard to believe they aren’t actually finished songs.

Bobby Broom and the Organi-Sation – ‘Soul Fingers’ (2018)

Bobby Broom and the Organi-Sation – ‘Soul Fingers’ (2018)

Built around rock and pop covers, ‘Soul Fingers’ is a showcase for Bobby Broom’s tone, economy and arranging prowess.