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On August 24, 1993.

On August 24, 1993, “Relativity” label released “The Grand Scheme of Things”, the fourth Steve Howe studio album. It was recorded in 1993 and was produced by Steve Howe.

Personnel:

  • Steve Howe– vocals, guitars, bass, mandolin, koto, flute, keyboards, percussion
  • Nick Beggs– bass, stick
  • Dylan Howe– drums, percussion
  • Keith West– harmony vocals, harmonica
  • Virgil Howe– keyboards, piano
  • Anna Palm – vocals, violin
  • Richard Edwards – mixing
  • Renny Hill – engineer, mixing
  • Michael Jeffries – engineer, cabassa
  • Steve Rush – engineer
  • Paul Wright III – engineer
  • Martyn Dean – photography, logo, cover art
  • Roger Dean– artwork, design

Track listing:

All tracks by Steve Howe except where noted.

  1. The Grand Scheme of Things
  2. Desire Comes First
  3. Blinded by Science
  4. Beautiful Ideas
  5. The Valley of Rocks
  6. At the Gates of the New World
  7. Wayward Course
  8. Reaching the Point – Steve Howe, Keith West
  9. Common Ground – Virgil Howe, Steve Howe
  10. Luck of the Draw
  11. The Fall of Civilization – Janet Howe, Steve Howe, Keith West
  12. Passing Phase
  13. Georgia’s Theme
  14. Too Much is Taken and Not Enough Given
  15. Maiden Voyage
  16. Road to One’s Self

 

On July 28, 1998.

On July 28, 1998, “Magna Carta” label released “Age of Impact”, the debut Explorers Club album. It was recorded in 1998, at “Sound Temple Studio” in Oakland, California, and was produced by Trent Gardner.

Personnel:

  • Trent Gardner– keyboards, trombone, mixing
  • Wayne Gardner– lead vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, bass
  • James LaBrie– lead vocals
  • Bret Douglas– lead vocals
  • Matt Bradley– lead vocals
  • C. Cooper– lead vocals
  • John Petrucci– guitar
  • Terry Bozzio– drums
  • Billy Sheehan– bass
  • Steve Howe– acoustic guitar
  • Derek Sherinian– keyboards
  • James Murphy– guitar
  • Michael Bemesderfer– flute, wind controller
  • Frederick Clarke– nylon string guitar
  • Matt Guillory– keyboards
  • Brad Kaiser – MIDIpercussion
  • James Murphy – engineer
  • Kevin Elson – mixing
  • Kevin Lee – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Trent Gardner.

  1. Impact 1 – Fate Speaks
  2. Impact 2 – Fading Fast
  3. Impact 3 – No Returning
  4. Impact 4 – Time Enough
  5. Impact 5 – Last Call

On July 13, 1999.

On July 13, 1999, “Eagle” label released “Portraits of Bob Dylan”, the ninth Steve Howe album. It was recorded in 1999, at “Langley Studios” in Devon, England, “Dinemec Studios” in Geneva, Switzerland, “Mountain Studios” in Montreux, Switzerland, and was produced by Steve Howe.

Personnel:

  • Steve Howe – lead and backing vocals, guitar, pedal steel guitar, bass, mandolin, banjo, piano, organ, keyboards
  • Dylan Howe– drums
  • Geoff Downes– keyboards
  • Anna Palm – violin
  • Nathalie Manser – cello
  • Jon Anderson– lead vocals
  • Annie Haslam– lead vocals
  • Max Bacon– lead vocals
  • P. Arnold– lead vocals
  • Dean Dyson – lead vocals
  • Keith West– lead vocals
  • Phoebe Snow– lead vocals
  • Allan Clark– lead vocals
  • Paul Sutin – engineer
  • Christophe Suchet – engineer
  • Dave Richards – engineer
  • Kris Fredriksson – assistant engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Bob Dylan, except where noted.

  1. Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands
  2. Mama, you’ve Been on My Mind
  3. It’s All Over Now Baby Blue
  4. Going, Going, Gone
  5. Just Like a Woman
  6. Well, Well, Well – Bob Dylan, Danny O’Keefe
  7. The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll
  8. Lay Lady Lay
  9. One Too Many Mornings
  10. I Don’t Believe You
  11. Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
  12. Buckets of Rain

 

On June 20, 1989.

On June 20, 1989, “Arista” label released the self – titled, debut and the only Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe album. It was recorded 1988 – 1989, at “La Frette Studios” in Paris, “AIR Studios” in Montserrat, British West Indies, “AIR Studios” in London, and was produced by Jon Anderson and Chris Kimsey.

Personnel:

  • Jon Anderson– lead vocals
  • Bill Bruford– Tama acoustic drums, Simmons SDX electronic drums
  • Rick Wakeman– keyboards
  • Steve Howe– guitars
  • Tony Levin– vocals, bass, Chapman stick
  • Matt Clifford – vocals, keyboards, programming, orchestration
  • Milton McDonald– rhythm guitar
  • The Oxford Circus Singers – Deborah Anderson, Tessa Niles, Carol Kenyon, Frank Dunnery
  • M.C. Singers – Jon, Matt, Chris
  • Emerald Isle Community Singers
  • In Seine Singers
  • Chris Kimsey– engineering
  • Chris Potter – engineering
  • Giles Sampic – engineering
  • Rupert Coulson – assistant engineering
  • George Cowen – assistant engineering
  • Steve Orchard – assistant engineering
  • “Texas” Joe Hammer – percussion programming
  • Chris Ranson – group technician
  • Michael Barbiero– mixing
  • Steve Thompson – mixing
  • George Cowan – assistant mixing
  • Olivier Bloch-Laine – assistant
  • Bob Ludwig– mastering
  • Roger Dean– artwork, painting, design
  • Martyn Dean – stage design consultant

Track listing:

All tracks by Jon Anderson, Steve Howe, Rick Wakeman, and Bill Bruford, except where noted.

  1. Themes
    1. SoundThe
    2. Second Attention
  • Soul Warrior
  1. Fist of Fire
  2. Brother of Mine
  3. The Big Dream
  4. Nothing Can Come Between Us
  • Long Lost Brother of Mine – Geoff Downes
  1. Birthright – Max Bacon
  2. The Meaning
  3. Quartet
  4. I Wanna Learn
  5. She Gives Me Love – Ben Dowling
  • Who Was the First
  1. I’m Alive
  2. Teakbois
  3. Order of the Universe
  4. Order Theme
  5. Rock Gives Courage – Rhett Lawrence
  • It’s So Hard to Grow
    1. The Universe

On November 22, 1979.

On November 22, 1979, “Atlantic” label released “The Steve Howe Album”, the second Steve Howe album. It was recorded in 1979, and was produced by Steve Howe.

Personnel:

  • Steve Howe – acoustic, electric, bass, Spanish, Danelectro sitar and pedal steel guitar, mandolin, six-string banjo, Moog synthesizer, string ensembl
  • Claire Hamill– vocals
  • Ronnie Leahy– Korg & ARP synthesizers, Hammond organ
  • Patrick Moraz– piano
  • Alan White– drums
  • Bill Bruford– drums
  • Clive Bunker– percussion
  • Graham Preskett – violin
  • 59 piece classical orchestra arranged and conducted by Andrew Jackman

Track listing:

All tracks by Steve Howe except where noted.

  1. Pennants
  2. Cactus Boogie
  3. All’s a Chord
  4. Diary of a Man Who Vanished
  5. Look Over Your Shoulder
  6. Meadow Rag
  7. The Continental – Con Conrad, Herb Magidson
  8. Surface Tension
  9. Double Rondo – music by Steve Howe, orchestrated by Andrew Jackman
  10. Concerto In D (Second Movement) – Antonio Vivaldi, arranged by Steve Howe

On June 22, 2011.

On June 22, 2011, “Frontiers Records” label released “Fly from Here”, the twentieth Yes studio album. It was recorded October 2010 – February 2011, and was produced by Trevor Horn.

Personnel:

  • Benoît David– lead vocals
  • Trevor Horn– backing vocals, additional keyboards, additional acoustic guitar
  • Steve Howe– guitars, lead, backing vocals and co-lead vocals
  • Chris Squire– bass guitar, lead and backing vocals
  • Geoff Downes– keyboards
  • Alan White– drums
  • Oliver Wakeman– additional keyboards
  • Luís Jardim– percussion
  • Gerard Johnson– piano
  • Tim Weidner– mixing, engineering
  • John Davis – mastering
  • Patrick MacDougall – additional engineering
  • Mark Lewis – additional engineering
  • Graham Archer – additional engineering
  • Simon Bloor – assistant engineer
  • Andy Hughes – assistant engineer
  • Edd Hartwell – assistant engineer
  • Brad Brooks – assistant engineer
  • Curtis Schwartz – engineering
  • Steve Howe – engineering
  • Rob Shanahan – photographs
  • Roger Dean– paintings, font, Yes logos
  • Giulio Cataldo – booklet design

Track listing:

  1. Fly from Here– Overture – Trevor Horn, Geoff Downes
  2. Fly from Here, Part I: We Can Fly – Trevor Horn, Geoff Downes, Chris Squire
  3. Fly from Here, Part II: Sad Night at the Airfield – Trevor Horn, Geoff Downes
  4. Fly from Here, Part III: Madman at the Screens – Trevor Horn, Geoff Downes
  5. Fly from Here, Part IV: Bumpy Ride – Steve Howe
  6. Fly from Here, Part V: We Can Fly (Reprise) – Trevor Horn, Geoff Downes, Chris Squire
  7. The Man You Always Wanted Me to Be – Chris Squire, Gerard Johnson, Simon Sessier
  8. Life on a Film Set – Trevor Horn, Geoff Downes
  9. Hour of Need – Steve Howe
  10. Solitaire – Steve Howe
  11. Into the Storm – Chris Squire, Oliver Wakeman, Steve Howe, Benoit David, Alan White

In February 1968.

In February 1968, “Parlaphone” label released the self-titled, debut Tomorrow album. It was recorded in 1967, and was produced by Mark P. Wirtz.

Personnel:

  • Keith West– vocals
  • Steve Howe– guitar
  • John “Junior” Wood– bass
  • John “Twink” Alder– percussion
  • Mark P. Wirtz– keyboard
  • Geoff Emerick, Peter Bown – engineer

Track listing:

  1. My White Bicycle – Keith West, Ken Burgess
  2. Colonel Brown – Keith West , Ken Burgess
  3. Real Life Permanent Dream – Keith West
  4. Shy Boy – Keith West, Ken Burgess
  5. Revolution – Keith West , Steve Howe
  6. The Incredible Journey of Timothy Chase – Keith West
  7. Auntie Mary’s Dress Shop – Keith West, Ken Burgess
  8. Strawberry Fields Forever – John Lennon, Paul McCartney
  9. Three Jolly Little Dwarfs – Keith West, Ken Burgess
  10. Now Your Time Has Come – Keith West
  11. Hallucinations – Keith West, Ken Burgess

On September 26, 2011.

On September 26, 2011, “Wolfwork” label released “Beyond the Shrouded Horizon”, the 21st Steve Hackett studio album. It was recorded 2010 – 2011, and was produced by Steve Hackett and Roger King.

Personnel:

  • Nick Beggs– bass, chapman stick, pink ukele
  • Dick Driver – double bass
  • John Hackett– flute, vocals
  • Steve Hackett– guitars, vocals, harmonica
  • Roger King – keyboards, programming
  • Amanda Lehmann – vocals guitar
  • Gary O’Toole – drums, vocals
  • Simon Phillips– drums
  • Chris Squire– bass
  • Richard Stewart – cello
  • Christine Townsend – violin, viola
  • Rob Townsend – sax, whistle, bass clarinet
  • Harry Pearce – cover photo

Track listing:

  1. Loch Lomond – Steve Hackett, Jo Hackett, Roger King
  2. The Phoenix Flown – Steve Hackett, Jo Hackett, Roger King
  3. Wanderlust – Steve Hackett, Jo Hackett, Roger King
  4. Til These Eyes – Steve Hackett, Jo Hackett, Roger King
  5. Prairie Angel – Steve Hackett, Jo Hackett, Steve Howe, Jonathan Mover
  6. A Place Called Freedom – Steve Hackett, Jo Hackett, Roger King
  7. Between the Sunset and the Coconut Palms – Steve Hackett, Jo Hackett, Roger King
  8. Waking to Life – Steve Hackett, Jo Hackett, Roger King
  9. Two Faces of Cairo – Steve Hackett, Jo Hackett, Roger King
  10. Looking for Fantasy – Steve Hackett, Jo Hackett, Roger King
  11. Summer’s Breath – Steve Hackett, Jo Hackett, Roger King
  12. Catwalk – Steve Hackett, Jo Hackett, Roger King
  13. Turn This Island Earth – Steve Hackett, Jo Hackett, Steve Howe, Roger King, Jonathan Mover

In April 1972.

In April 1972, “RCA” label released the debut, self-titled Lou Reed album. It was recorded December 1971-January 1972, at “Morgan Studios” in London, and was produced by Richard Robinson.

Personnel:

  • Lou Reed – guitar, arranger, keyboards, vocals, producer
  • Clem Cattini- percussion
  • Helene Francois – harmony vocals
  • Kay Garner – harmony vocals
  • Steve Howe- guitar
  • Les Hurdle – bass
  • Paul Keogh – guitar, acoustic guitar
  • Brian Odgers – bass
  • Caleb Quaye- guitar, acoustic guitar, piano
  • Rick Wakeman- piano, keyboards
  • Tom Adams- cover art
  • Mike Bobak – engineer
  • Ronn Campisi – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Lou Reed except where noted.

  1. I Can’t Stand It
  2. Going Down
  3. Walk and Talk It
  4. Lisa Says
  5. Berlin
  6. I Love You
  7. Wild Child
  8. Love Makes You Feel
  9. Ride into the Sun – Lou Reed,John Cale, Sterling Morrison, Maureen Tucker
  10. Ocean

On January 31, 2017.

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On January 31, 2017, John Kenneth Wetton died aged 67. He was singer, bassist, and songwriter, best known as founding member and bass player of King Crimson and Asia. He has recorded and performed with Mogul Thrash, Family,  Roxy Music, Uriah Heep, U.K., Jack-Knife, Wishbone Ash, Phenomena, Gordon Haskell, Renaissance, Qango, Brian Eno, Ayreon,Steve Howe, Bill Bruford, Geoff Downes, Larry Norman, Alan White, Billy Sherwood, Peter Banks, Bryan Ferry, Pete Sinfield, Roger Chapman, Duncan Mackay, Atoll, District 97, Ayreon, Eddie Jobson, David Cross and Steve Hackett. Wetton also had successful solo career and has released six solo studio albums.