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Steve Howe


Crossover Prog

2.98 | 41 ratings

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3 stars One thing I'll say about Steve Howe, his voice has gotten better since his first solo album, or at least he's learned how to record his voice. He still doesn't have a great lead vocal sound (say what you want about Jon Anderson's sound, but he always puts everything he has into each song), but at least he's listenable.

This album, while not spectacular, features tasteful, light prog songs, much like most later years Yes. While nowhere near anything like the best Yes, this does provide a nice time, especially for the Yes fan. Howe's son Dylan plays the drums for him, and even though he's no Bruford, or even a White, he does a good job backing up dad.

Evolver | 3/5 |


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