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    An Evening of Yes Music Plus

    • Year Released: 1993
    An Evening of Yes Music Plus is a live album by the English progressive rock side project Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe (ABWH). Released on October 12, 1993, it was recorded at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California on September 9, 1989. The album contains material from ABWH's self-titled album, songs from past Yes records and excerpts from keyboardist Rick Wakeman's solo work. Tony Levin, who played bass on the studio album as well as most of the tour, was ill during the concert recorded on this album. He was replaced by bassist Jeff Berlin. ABWH had lost the legal rights to use the name of their parent group Yes. It was agreed that they could refer to their origins in Yes on tour posters and merchandise. The cover features a painting by Roger Dean titled “Floating Islands”. The album was released in the US by Herald/Caroline Records without the title on the cover. Disc 1 Disc 2 Disc 1 Disc 2 DVD 1 DVD 2 Additional Feature (with various band contributions): with
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    Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe

    • Year Released: 1989
    Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe is the self-titled album by four alumni of the progressive rock group Yes: Jon Anderson, Bill Bruford, Rick Wakeman, and Steve Howe. The project began in 1988. At that time vocalist Jon Anderson had felt artistically constrained within Yes's current format, where the songwriting of Trevor Rabin had taken the band in a commercially very successful but musically and lyrically different direction. Anderson regrouped with Steve Howe, Rick Wakeman and Bill Bruford of Yes’ "classic" line-up. Bruford, who had at various times been a member of King Crimson, recruited Crimson bandmate Tony Levin as the group's bassist. The group was unable to use the name Yes for legal reasons. However, the group did have Arista assign the catalog number of 90126 to the original releases of the CD and cassette. This was their subtle way of stamping this as the next Yes album after 90125. The group rehearsed and composed their material in Paris and then flew directly to the island of Montserrat to record. Many of the tracks on the album (specifically "Teakbois") carry Latin and Caribbean influences. "Let's Pretend" was co-composed by Vangelis in 1986, and was a previously
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