In ’97 the former Yes/King Crimson drummer got together with a couple of jazzers to make one of his most endearing albums, writes GARY STEEL
It’s a music genre that’s been reviled for decades, yet it remains stubbornly popular with music freaks who demand more than a two-chord thrash. GARY STEEL writes in defence of prog-rock.
Gary Steel needs a swift shot of punk after an eternity with Yes.
Gary Steel finally connects with one of the greatest progressive rock bands, Yes.
Peter Kearns’ This Week Across Time is an irregular column about musical events that happened exactly decades apart.
Yes keyboardist heaps scorn on Gary Steel. The hapless reviewer responds.