Where are they now? - Steve Howe

This page last updated: 12 Nov 2023

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On this page: Solo projects - Album with Virgil - Steve Howe Trio - Guest appearances

On other pages: Yes news - Asia

Steve Howe's official sites: Homepage - News - MySpace page - Official YouTube - Official Facebook - Twitter

In an Apr 2023 interview, Howe mentioned, "I can play some keys, as I do in some forthcoming projects", but he didn't expand on what those projects were.

In an Oct 2020 interview, Howe said, "I tend to write in batches. I upgraded my studio at the end of [2019] and delighted in it, and I realized as I released my book All My Yesterdays [see below] that I'd accumulated a lot of ideas but hadn't really developed [them] at all. Last year [2019], about October or November, I was recording ó it's all just sort of floating. [...] I've never been short of projects I can do. I can rally around those and dabble with things and see what holds my attention the longest." In a Dec 2020 interview, he talked of an "outpouring of musical ideas" after he finished working on the book.

In a Jul 2020 interview, asked about the impact of the pandemic, Howe said: "certainly, even in my own writing and recording work, this is gonna be a golden opportunity for that, and I daresay a lot of musicians will turn to their recording system and think, 'well: I could do some more!'" On Facebook on 9 Apr 2020, writing about the COVID-19 pandemic, Howe said, "I've noticed the focus of music has shifted and been reasserted as a vital link between people and to that end I have found myself able to turn my attention to the writing and recording of music of a new era. More information will follow about what, when and how this work will evolve." Further context for these comments is unknown. In the Dec 2020 interview, he remained coy about details, but said he was "keeping busy" during the pandemic. In a TotalRock radio interview broadcast 18 Jul 2021, but recorded before the announcement of The Quest, Howe said that the energy he'd normally put into touring during the pandemic period "has gone into writing and recording". What he was busy doing and a possible destination for the "outpouring" of ideas was a new Yes album, largely recorded late 2020: see on main page.

On 7 May 2020, he posted on Facebook about "Recording my koto on a new song!" In another Jul 2020 interview, Howe talked about having "just finished mixing" a song called "Penance", a vocal version of "Pennants" from The Steve Howe Album, having recorded it "quite recently". He continued: "wait for further information on its release".

Yes
Howe remains in Yesósee details on main news page.

Solo
Motif Volume 2 (HoweSound) is released as a CD and a limited edition (500 copies) gatefold black vinyl LP (HSLP009) on 24 Oct 2023 through Cargo Records. A general release follows 24 Nov 2023. There will also be digital and Dolby Atmos formats. As with Volume 1, this is a solo guitar album mixing new compositions with new recordings of older pieces. Tracks:

  1. "Cross Country"
  2. "Mood for a Day"
  3. "In the Course of a Day"
  4. "Surface Tension"
  5. "The Valley of Rocks"
  6. "Tailpiece"
  7. "Hint Hint"
  8. "Oceans Cadenza"; LP side B begins
  9. "Pumpkin Pickin'"
  10. "All's a Chord"
  11. "Cactus Boogie"
  12. "Honey Creek"
  13. "Pyramidology"
  14. "The Little Gallard"
  15. "Cascade"
  16. "Beginnings"


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Howe previously released Motif Volume 1 in the same format. Howe explained that the album:

is the first part of a collection that will cover all my solo "one man" guitar tunes. Several solos have premiered on group CDs, or live CDs. There seemed no one place to go to reference this most enjoyable aspect of my work. These tunes have become my exclusive repertoire, allowing my writing a long leash, arranging opportunities, and the pick of any tune that I want to interpret.

[...] This was to build up a complete overview of my solo guitar music, afresh in the studio. I've occasionally changed the style of guitar used on previously released tunes, and recorded the first studio versions of others.

He has been working on a second volume for a while. Volume 2 was due "perhaps this year [2009]" according to a May 2009 Billboard article, and "soon" according to a Jul 2009 article. In an update on his website in Mar 2010, Howe describes Volume 2 as being "in the planning stage" and that he will tour in support of it in due course. In an Oct 2011 interview, he talked of working on Volume 2 and says "maybe next year [2012]" for when it will appear. In another Oct 2011 interview, Howe said:

I am writing new material, I am going to follow up 'Motif, Volume 1' with, surprisingly, wait for it, 'Motif, Volume 2'. I've got new material, I'm going to record it in the studio, as opposed to how I've done it before. I enjoy that side of my life, probably more than Yes or Asia, I don't want to make that seem unappreciative, but the older I've got the more I've dug in to that solo side. That's why 'Motif, Volume 1' was a very important release for me, because it pulled together that side of my life that had been spread over Yes, Asia, solo records, Trio records

In his autobiography, finished late 2019, he said, "I'm now preparing and writing volume two." In an Aug 2021 interview for Planet Rock radio, asked about his future plans, Howe said, "One of my focuses, casually, is Motif Volume 2".

In the 2021 TotalRock interview, asked about his future plans, Howe said, "My next [solo] project will be something different [to Love Is]." He went on, "I've got a nice concept for it, that's different again." And said, "I refuse to be typecast as a rock guitarist or [in any other style]." Later in the interview, he talked of how, "The guitar family is what I'm interested in playing", and then how, "My next solo album [will be] a bit of surprise." That description does not seem to fit Motif Volume 2, so he may have been talking about something else.

Homebrew 7 (HoweSound, distributed by Cargo Records; duration 49:41) was released 30 Jul 2021, marking the 25th anniversary of the release of the original Homebrew. The album is written, arranged, engineered and produced by Howe, and the album was compiled with Curtis Schwartz (worked with Yes) and mastered by Simon Heyworth. Previous Homebrew releases have consisted of his early versions of tracks previously released elsewhere. In a change, Homebrew 7 consists of tracks never released in any form before (with one exception), and where there are no plans to re-record them in the future, although some tracks had been offered to Asia or other acts down the years. 4 tracks have vocals by Howe ("Half Way", "Outstanding Deal", "Devon Girl", "From Another Day"). Sons Dylan (worked with Yes) and Virgil Howe are credited with additional drums. Liner notes are by Steve Howe, including some of his photography. This was the first release on Howe's re-started label HoweSound, working with a new distributor Cargo Records.

In an interview conducted Jul 2021, Howe talked about he had originally planned for Homebrew 7 to be in the usual format (early versions of otherwise released tracks), before deciding to focus on otherwise unreleased material, but that, as a consequence, he has effectively collected together enough material for a traditional Homebrew 8, which is due 2022. It will include early verisons of material used by Asia and the Steve Howe Trio.

"High Flyer" on Howe's Homebrew 4 was described as having also been developed by GTR for an unreleased song called "The Future". The liner notes then continue, "which I plan to release as part of a forthcoming project called Radar which contains unreleased songs and tunes with friends". No further news was heard about Radar.

Howe's prior solo album was Love Is (BMG Records), released 31 Jul 2020, having been delayed from 17 Apr. Howe composed the whole album and performs lead vocals, and electric, acoustic and steel guitars. He also contributes some keys, bass and percussion on the instrumental tracks. Jon Davison performs bass and harmony vocals on the songs. Son Dylan Howe drums throughout, recording some of his parts around 2018, although there was at least one earlier session with Dylan in Jun 2013. The album was co-engineered and produced by Steve, with Curtis Schwartz co-engineering and mixing. The album was mastered by Simon Heyworth (previously mastered New Frontier). Howe described the album in a Feb 2020 Facebook post as an "equal balance of guitar instrumentals and songs". In an interview in the Mar 2020 issue of Prog, Howe said, "I think it's a really out-there record, split between five instrumentals and five songs. [...] Some of the tracks I've been working on for years." The album made #71 on the iTunes chart in Italy (2 Aug 2020).

The debut single was "The Headlands", released 9 Jun 2020 and available on streaming audio.

The album dates back some years. In a Jul 2020 interview, Howe said: "my releases cover more current material and material that I've been holding back because I like it and I want to kind of get it right before I release it, so I keep it to myself. So some of it's taken over ten years to finesse [...] basically it's taken a long time." In another Jul 2020 interview, he said some songs come from ideas dating back from before 2010. In an Oct 2020 interview, Howe said, while work on the album did date back that far, it was "from about 2016, 17, 18, I started to build up my time I was giving it", but he also noted that "Love is a River" took a particularly long to be developed, having been started around 2004/5. In an interview for the Sep 2020 issue of Goldmine, Howe said, "I had many more tracks that had to be whittled down to just 10." Davison talked to a fan in 2014 about recording bass for a Steve Howe solo album. A report by the Steve Howe Appreciation Society around the beginning of 2019 had a solo album and a Trio album due in the year: the latter was released in Sep 2019 (see below), while the former was presumably Love Is. In the Feb 2018 issue of Eclipsed, Howe had described a solo album as almost finished and that 2018 could see both a solo and a Trio album released. In a Jul 2019 article, asked about doing a new Yes album, Howe said: "we'll see [...] We certainly still write music. I have a new solo album in progress, so I'm obviously writing." That might have been a reference to the Trio album, but it seems to be about Love Is. In the Oct 2020 interview, Howe said he "finished it in the middle of the year last year [2019]."

In one Jul 2020 interview, Howe mooted the possibility of touring in support of the album with a band.

Back in an Apr 2016 interview, Howe talked of having several solo studio projects on the go. In a Sep 2016 one, he said, "I have a lot of projects started that are behind me. What I will do is go back through them and start to refine them. I usually come across one that makes me want to get back at it. All these projects and I am doing them all at once and they kind of a stock pile and none of them are finished. They will get finished when I think that it is time for that one to get sorted." A Mar 2017 Q&A described, among other things:

[a solo album] in progress, and itís gonna be quite exciting. Iím looking forward to announcing it. But other than that Iím not saying much about it until itís finished. Watch this space.
In a Jul 2018 interview, Howe talked about how he used to make solo albums "which I call my jamboree approach. I try to show everything I do". However, starting with Turbulence, he described how he has moved to making albums "that have one particular idea that I can then move around in." He goes back to the first approach and continues:
theyíre really like jamboree. I mean, Iím playing jazz here and weird, psychedelic stuff here and a band here and then Iím singing and then Iím not singing. I kind of like those, but I think I should be more in the Turbulence mindset, where I pick a style and put all of my music around that. Iíve actually got a new album coming that, strangely enough ó well, it is not finished yet so I canít tell you the title, even though I do have it ó it is actually a mixture of instrumental and songs, but not quite in the same way.
In the Mar 2017 Q&A, asked about the possibility of touring the US, Steve said:
When I do [a solo tour] in other countries [i.e., not the UK] it takes a lot more organising and youíve gotta get the CWA and IRS involved [...] But I would say that Iíve missed not doing either really. The solo tours Iíve done in America, the last one I think was way back in 2010, maybe 2008. So Iíve missed doing that in America. [...] doing a full band tour would be wonderful too. And like I say, I think Iíve got a vehicle for the future that will make that work. So, hold your breath on that one.

Asked about a next solo album in a Mar 2015 interview, Howe replied:

Iíve always got a backlog of music [...] I create a sort of nest egg [...] of music and song that I can back to. And theyíre most probably going to be on another solo album, because once I start to become secretive or very introverted about them Ė because they really are personal, certainly if there are lyrics [...] Ė then Iíll tweak Ďem an awful lot, Iíll go back loads of times, and think, ďWell, you know, I just want this to be something else. Howís this going to live up to my new expectations?Ē

So certainly there is a work in progress, but Iím not terribly clear which way itíll go. But as you prepare, eventually you start to spot that youíve got tracks that really are going in a startlingly different direction, and I think thatís what Iím waiting for. Iím not going to make another Turbulence. [Laughs.] Even though itís a nice album!

[...] So the style of the music, I havenít put my big toe in so deep yet. It might be that Iím waiting to see enough material in another style [...] and just say, ďWell, when I feel itís there, then thatís the album Iím going to do,Ē and Iíll start really building that album. [...] Iím not really pushed to do anything.

An Apr 2020 interview described Howe as planning solo shows for autumn 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic seems to have stopped that.

An Apr 2013 interview reported that Howe was in talks with Warner Classical about a follow-up to his album with a classical ensemble, Time. In a Mar 2015 interview, referring to Time, Howe said, "I'd love to make another record like that". In a Feb 2013 interview, Howe talked about possibly doing another solo album along similar lines to Time.

Howe has been working further with Paul Sutin. In a Jan 2012 interview, Howe they have some "new tracks we haven't released yet", "kind of a mix up of some things we've done where we've re-arranged them, re-played them, they're almost like different tunes because they have such a different feel", plus some new tracks which are "almost Europop influenced". He goes on to describe how they've worked together: "What I like to do [...] if you've got a sort of semi Euro dance track, I don't play like semi Euro dance track guitar. [...] I play [...] different sorts of things [...] It came alive because of the contrast."

In one of the aforementioned Jul 2020 interviews, Howe is asked about revisiting his solo back catalogue with 5.1 surround mixes. Howe replied: "It's been on my mind a great deal, and I want to start with Beginnings and Steve Howe [Album] as the very first ones. It'll be a while, but that is something that's in the process. I've been accumulating tapes and I've been [...] getting advice as how to do that, and who to do it with. It would be marvelous if I got the chance to do more things in 5.1."

Virgil & Steve Howe
Nexus was an album by Virgil & Steve Howe. Steve's son, Virgil unexpectedly passed away in mid-Sep 2017, just before its release. An interview with Steve pointed towards a follow-up release: "Initially when I said to him, 'Look, you've got all these tracks,' it was about 20 or so[.] So since Virgil's passed away I've done an update on what's around. There's a fair bit of material there that could be developed into the same sort of area, 'cause I wouldn't like it to be too radically different. But basically there is sufficient music for another adventure." Likewise, in the Feb 2018 issue of Eclipsed, Howe said there was enough material for a second album in a similar style. This second Virgil & Steve Howe album, Lunar Mist (InsideOut), was released 23 Sep 2022 on CD (including a limited edition Digipak), 180g LP and digitally. Cover art is by Virgil's daughter Zuni, with photos by Stephanie, Virgil and Steve Howe. The title track was prepared as a bonus track for a Japanese release of Nexus that then never happened. Howe compiled Virgil's material and started work on the album in Dec 2020/Jan 2021. He explained, "I started by writing chord charts for all the other tunes, before adding guitars and bass guitars to embellish them and bring them to completion. In the most part I kept them as he'd written them but sometimes, I expanded them with further ideas and improvisation." Most of the album was produced by Steve, with "Lunar Mist" produced by Virgil. It was mixed by Curtis Schwartz and mastered by Simon Heyworth. Virgil plays keys and drums. Steve plays various guitars, koto, dobro, mandolin and bass. Details in Yescography.

In a Feb 2013 interview, Steve said how his two sons (Virgil and Dylan) "[ha]ve just played on a whole project that's not been released, that's in the pipeline. Virgil plays drums." It's unclear whether this is related to any of the other projects discussed on this page. It doesn't obviously fit anything we know.

The Steve Howe Trio
The Steve Howe Trio brought together Steve on electric guitar, son Dylan Howe on drums and Ross Stanley (Dylan Howe Quintet) on Hammond XK3 organ. In a May 2023 interview with SOAL Night Live, Howe said "that was it" for the band after the release of their last album, New Frontier. He explained that "Ross moved away musically from us", that Dylan was busy with Wilko Johnson and that he had been busy with his other work.



New Frontier (Esoteric Antenna (Cherry Red)) was released in 2019. In the May 2023 interview, Howe said, "There's an alternative mix of the whole album" and also seemed to imply the possibility of releasing some live recordings.

There has also been earlier talk of a live release. A Mar 2016 interview with Steve opened: "[Howe ha]s spent a bit of time lately sifting through various concert tapes of the Steve Howe Trio [...] for a future live release. [...] "We're going to hone down to a final mix and then we'll look at how we should release it."" The band had last toured in Sep 2013, with 11 UK dates. The London set list was typical: set 1ó"Mood for a Day", "My Buzzard Friend" (new piece), "The Ancient" (excerpt), "The Haunted Melody", "Tune Up", "Heart of the Sunrise"; set 2ó"Dream River", "Devil of a Chance" (new piece), "Siberian Khatru", "Conversation" (originally by Joni Mitchell), "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother", "Blue Bash", "Close to the Edge" (new arrangement compared to Travelling), encore: electric guitar solo piece by Steve, "Kenny's Sound". The Portsmouth set list was shorter: set 1ó"Mood for a Day", "My Buzzard Friend", "The Ancient" (excerpt), "The Haunted Melody", "Tune Up", "Heart of the Sunrise"; set 2ó"Dream River", new piece (probably "Devil of a Chance"), "Siberian Khatru", "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother", "Blue Bash", "Close to the Edge", encore: "Kenny's Sound".

Guest appearances & collaboration
Howe has professed to being a fan of Alison Krauss & Union Station, particularly their dobro player Jerry Douglas (worked with Ray Charles, Phish, Paul Simon, Elvis Costello). In an Apr 2011 article, he said they have discussed collaborating:

"I asked them if they would work with me and they said yes," Steve says. "It has taken some time, but I have not stopped writing tunes [for the project]. I have a country side that I want to explore. I will do country records.

Asked about the collaboration in the Feb 2013 interview, Howe said:

Iíve got immense respect for Alison and the band. I just love them to bits. Things were mooted and there were was a little opportunity to try something. In the time that these things were talked about and mentioned, shifting sands changed here and there. So I never count on things like that. [...] My determination is to do some recordings that reveal some more of my connection with country and bluegrass through people like Chet Atkins [...] also Mel Travis and Tony Rice, Stevie West, Jimmy Bryant, I could go on and on. Iíve written 30 solo pieces, half of which are in the country style
Billy Currie's 2001 Keys and the Fiddle album is being reissued by Burning Shed (BSHED2302). Howe guests on and co-wrote one track, "Sojourn".
GTR
For Record Store Day on 22 Apr 2023, Esoteric are re-releasing a remastered GTR on purple vinyl.

Jonathan Mover, who drummed in GTR, had announced some years ago that he is planning a "a two volume collection of works from various artists that I've played with over the past twenty or so years. Mainly, a variety of tracks that are dear to me in one way or another and have not had the chance to see the light of day." On his website, he refers to "unreleased GTR (1985)". As GTR was released in 1986, presuming this is not a typo, Mover would appear to be referring to material before the first album.


Tomorrow
Due 28 Apr 2023 is Permanent Dream (SOUMCD065), a new version of Tomorrow's 1968 eponymous debut album, re-imagined by Howe (with help from Curtis Schwartz). Available on CD, black vinyl or limited edition violet vinyl. The album has been, according to promo, "post-produced using the technology now available on the balance and edits to enhance and re-present what the band were trying to achieve 55 years ago!" It is billed as having been "remastered from the original mono mixes", but post-production has been extensively used. They used iZotope's RX 9/RX 10 sound editing software. All three surviving Tomorrow members (Howe, drummer John "Twink" Alder and singer Keith West) were involved in the release. This version includes some less well-known studio tracks, a new title, running order and art by the Gottlieb Brothers. There are liner notes by Howe and Twink. Tracks:
  1. "Real Permanent Dream Ė Version One", renamed from "Real Life Permanent Dream"
  2. "Hallucinations"
  3. "My White Bicycle", video
  4. "Why", not on the original album; presumably the studio version from 50 Minute Technicolor Dream and Tomorrow featuring Keith West (a 1999 reissue of Tomorrow), which was also included on Howe's Anthology 2
  5. "Revolution"
  6. "Strawberry Fields Forever"
  7. "Three Jolly Little Dwarfs"
  8. "Now Your Time has Come"
  9. "Claramount Lake"
  10. "Caught in a Web", not on the original album; presumably the studio version on 50 Minute Technicolor Dream
  11. "Real Permanent Dream Ė Version Two"
  12. "The Incredible Journey of Timothy Chase"
  13. "Now Your Time has Come Ė Live", not on the original album; presumably the 31 Jan 1968 version released on Live Recordings: 1967-1968
  14. "Shotgun and the Duck Ė Live", not on the original album; presumably the 21 Dec 1967 version released on 50 Minute Technicolor Dream and Live Recordings: 1967-1968

Thus, "Shy Boy" and "Auntie Mary's Dress Shop" from the original album is omitted. In an Apr 2023 interview, Howe explained by calling the songs "filler". Howe described the process of making the album in another Apr 2023 interview:

I got Keith [West] and Twink to agree to the idea. [...] we requested the original mono mixes [...] I took the tracks into the technology and did minimal things to it. I mean some of it is virtually the same but some of it isnít and the things that arenít, particularly with ĎRevolutioní. That song was a bit of a muddle what was going on in it Ė the different tempos and things like this Ė and there were gaps and all sorts of things so basically this reimagining was [...] saying, well, What would be desirable to do this, to bring it into line with ĎMy White Bicycleí? [...] It wasnít really mixed so much as things were adjusted and we were able to do a tremendous amount now with the mono mix. You can adjust the eqís on individual instruments. You can adjust the balances [...] So, at times, the harmony vocals were too loud [...]

all Iím doing is stylizing things as much as I can [...] getting things in tune, in pitch. Some of the tracks were running at the wrong pitch and that affects my ears a lot because it doesnít sound right until itís in tune. So we Ďin tuneí things which corrected tempos which and then we brought down a guitar or brought up the drums or basically we reposition those instruments to be more pleasing and we were thorough and doing this to every track, wherever it needed it.

He continued: "nobody's really heard the mono for a while and also we put a slight bit of phasing on a couple of bits in it just to kind of simulate a little from the stereos."

The album made #16 in the UK Independent Album Breakers Chart (5 May 2023), which covers "independently-released albums [...] by an artist who has not yet reached the Top 40". "My White Bicycle" is included on a digital sampler album available through Prog issue #142 (Aug 2023).



Compilations
Howe's "The Inner Battle" from Turbulence is on Bill Bruford's career retrospective 6CD box set Making a Song and Dance: see under Bruford for details.



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Autobiography & other news
Howe's autobiography, "All My Yesterdays" (Omnibus Press; 352 pages; ISBN: 978-1785581793), was published Apr 2020 in the UK, with a US release in Sep (distributed by IPG). Howe was working on the book for some years and finished it in 2019. In 2020, he described starting writing the book in 2009. However, at the Steve Howe Appreciation Society workshop in Jun 2005, Howe read a chapter from what he described as the autobiography he was writing. In a Feb 2011 interview, asked about his autobiography, Howe said:
Quite a few years ago I started talking about the fact that Iíd written up quite a lot of my book. What I did, I got up to 1972, I think, in the book. And that was quite an achievement. What happened was, that Iíve had so much other things to do, I havenít really addressed that very much. But I have a plan. The plan is about expansion [...] I look at those 15,000 words and I think, ĎRight, well, that isnít quite right, it isnít quite thick enough, there isnít quite enough depth,í so I want to bring a little more to it. So when I get another block period, Iíll get back to it [...] What itís about is work in music. [...] My book will be about my work [Ö] I hope to finish it, maybe even next year [2012]. [...] It might be a realistic plan to have it out by 2012.

Asked about it in Feb 2015, Howe replied on Facebook: "it's in the works. It could be out in the Spring, next year [2016]". That didn't happen, but a Jul 2017 interview with him described plans for a two-part memoir, which he hopes to deliver to his publisher before the end of this year [2017] for publication during 2018." Final publication took a bit longer.

Howe was also among those interviewed for Ian L Clay's "Thinking About Tomorrow Ė Excerpts from the Life of Keith West", about Howe's bandmate in Tomorrow, Keith West. The book was published in 2021.


In a Q&A for YesWorld in Jun 2013, Howe was asked about the possibility of a follow-up to his 1993 book "The Steve Howe Guitar Collection". He replied:
Iíve been thinking about it since the first collection is now out of print [...] Iíve had some ideas about something more like a Steve Howe catalog of great guitars that I did keep, because since then Iíve traded, given, and sold instruments; a few a year, so that my collection would get smaller. [...] itís more about things that, over the last thirty or forty years, I still value, as oppos ed to when the book was done, I was having a great time; buying shed-loads of guitars, and that doesnít interest me now. [...] I have done some preparation, itís just a matter of when and if I put it into action.

NVP (Nicolet Vidťo Productions) described on their website filming in Oct 2008 a 3D film and an accompanying one-hour, 2D film about Howe, but Howe says in the autobiography that the footage was lost. In a Jan 2009 interview for Notes from the Edge, Howe talked about "a lot of my films that I've been preparing for many years that will eventually come out on a DVD" (including performances of "Corkscrew"), which may have been related to this project or be something else. Howe has previously talked about a documentary of his career, concentrating on his solo work from 1975-1994. In his autobiography (finished 2019), he again talks about hoping to do a DVD compilation, mentioning a performance by The Syndicats on the BBC's The Beat Room and his 3-track promo video for his debut solo album, Beginnings.



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Downes
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Sherwood

Jon
Davison

Rick
Wakeman

Patrick
Moraz

Trevor
Rabin

Trevor
Horn

Tony
Kaye

Oliver Wakeman
Jay Schellen
Igor
Khoroshev

Bill
Bruford

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BenoÓt David
Asia
Arc of Life
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