Jon Anderson’s lengthy tenure in Yes gave him a broad perspective on its most famous guitarists, Steve Howe and Trevor Horn.
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They wrote two songs together on Yes’ new album, with more to come.
‘It was all fair in love and war': Inside Yes’ decision to complete Heaven and Earth without Roy Thomas Baker
Roy Thomas Baker earlier helmed failed Yes sessions prior to 1980’s ‘Drama.’
‘I’m getting chills up my spine': Steve Howe’s The Grand Scheme of Things underscored his wider impact on Yes
This dextrous, often overlooked project showcased Howe’s lyrical gift.
More often than not, this amounts to prog for the easy-listening set.
‘The price of success was very high': Remembering Steve Hackett and Steve Howe’s ill-fated GTR supergroup
GTR featured two of prog rock’s most recognizable guitarists. What could go wrong, right? Well, almost everything.
Queen had its own guitar hero in Brian May. So, of course, did Yes. But then there came a moment when the twain actually met: During sessions for a song that owed no small debt, actually, to Led Zeppelin.
Steve Howe, some 10 years after Jon Anderson’s departure, is clearly getting a little peeved about having to talk about Yes’ departed co-founding frontman. Even more so when there is a new Yes album on the way.
Steve Howe has probably never got the credit he deserved for his role in fashioning the legends of both Yes and Asia. The Homebrew series, whether intended or not, has done much to underscore his privotal role
‘We never went glam, put make up on': Steve Howe’s first impressions of Yes’ “Owner of a Lonely Heart”
Steve Howe and Asia had already cracked the Top 5 with 1982’s “Heat of the Moment” when Yes — Howe’s former band — emerged with a new guitarist and the track “Owner of a Lonely Heart.”