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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The song became Yes’ biggest hit, but also a point of contention.
For every ‘Fragile,’ Yes has several other projects that are routinely ignored.
Chris Squire says Yes will be at work on a new studio album through February, with songwriting contributions expected from current frontman Jon Davison. That’s not the only change, however, as Yes will probably be missing one key contributor.
< Before Chicago finally joined the cable age, we were stuck with half-hour shows that played music videos. I vividly recall coming home after school and turning on Music Video 50, a short-lived daily program
When Geoff Downes was invited, along with fellow Buggles co-founder Trevor Horn, to join Yes just before 1980’s Drama, the keyboardist was taking over a seat once warmed by the legendarily talented, and memorably caped Rick Wakeman.
Geoff Downes, who’ll finish the year touring with both Asia and Yes, joins us for a special edition of One Track Mind to talk about key moments with both bands
Chris Squire joins us to discuss how a failed project with Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page ultimately led to the inclusion a Squire-sung track on Yes’ ‘Magnification.’
by Mark Saleski MTV Unplugged. It was an interesting show (heck, it was an interesting network, back when the ‘M’ actually stood for “music”). Can an artist/band deal with going ‘naked,’ the protective cover of studio sheen stripped away?
This album is, in many ways, better than it has any right to be. Yes had already tried a project with Trevor Horn and Geoff Downes — and without Jon Anderson and Rick Wakeman — in 1980