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|Project||Billy Sherwood||Tony Kaye||Alan White||Geoff Downes||Steve Howe||Dylan
|Jon Anderson||Trevor Rabin||Trevor Horn
From a Page
Trio's New Frontier
||Material written by Bill
Howe's Love Is
||guested live on Royal Affair tour|
Wetton's An Extraordinary Life
||re-released material||re-released material|
||Dave Kerzner, Jimmy Haun|
Collective's Worlds on Hold
Scarp's You Have It All
Tribute to Pink Floyd – Still Wish You Were Here
||uses previously released material with||uses previously released material with
Sonic Elements/Dave Kerzner projects
Holden's Rise and Fall
|Rodney Matthews' Trinity||guests||John Payne
& Wakeman's Tales by Gaslight
Anderson's 1000 Hands
Invention of Knowledge
|Colin Scot, Remastered & Expanded Edition||guests||guests|
Trevor Rabin/Rick Wakeman album
Red Planet & next Wakeman solo album