Has Yes finally hit upon a successor to Jon Anderson who diehard fans will accept? Keyboardist Geoff Downes thinks so – and here’s why.
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A promising-but-still-transitional composition from Jon Anderson, Bill Bruford and Chris Squire, “Harold Land” points to bigger things from Yes.
Steve Hackett’s ‘Wolflight’ is the sound of an artist who’s taken a loving look back, only to realize he still has room to grow.
Nick Mason is the only member of Pink Floyd to have appeared on each of the group’s studio project – but he didn’t play drums on every song.
Ian Gillan on the differences between solo and Deep Purple songs: ‘I’d find something a little more acceptable’
Ian Gillan’s career away from Deep Purple has provided him with a chance to explore different parts of his songwriting craft.
Steve Morse, as Ritchie Blackmore’s successor in Deep Purple, doesn’t always get the respect he deserves. But Steve Howe simply loves the guy.
Partial early-Genesis reunion could happen, on one condition: ‘I wouldn’t want to do Mike and the Mechanics material’
Original guitarist Anthony Phillips wants to work with former Genesis bandmate Mike Rutherford, but only if he makes an important concession.
As the first Jon Anderson/Chris Squire composition to appear on a Yes album, “Looking Around” represents a landmark moment.
UK’s trio-led sophomore effort ‘Danger Money,’ released this month in 1979 during a time of transition in music , is past due for a reevaluation.
Daryl Hall has said he and Robert Fripp were trying to combine sounds from two different cultures to “form a third kind of music.” They did.