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.
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Released this week in 1971, ‘The Yes Album’ was their big-bang moment, a project where the full scope of Yes’ genius began to take shape.
Focusing on the instrumental elements of David Bowie’s Berlin era allows Dylan Howe to brilliantly elaborate on those familiar themes.
Steve Howe has crafted a legendary career with his hands, and he takes that very seriously, indeed.
Billy Sherwood talks about the role he played in smoothing Yes’ sometimes-difficult transition from Trevor Rabin back to Steve Howe.
Jon Anderson’s lengthy tenure in Yes gave him a broad perspective on its most famous guitarists, Steve Howe and Trevor Horn.
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.’
Steve Howe’s The Grand Scheme of Things underscored his wider impact on Yes: ‘I’m getting chills up my spine’
This dextrous, often overlooked project showcased Howe’s lyrical gift.
More often than not, this amounts to prog for the easy-listening set.