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Steve Howe


Crossover Prog

2.70 | 163 ratings

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3 stars As previous reviewers said, Steve Howe is not a good lead vocalist. This is the main problem of this album: his vocals. But in this album he recorded songs with several styles. In my opinion, the best of all songs is "Beginnings", a classical piece orchestrated by Patrick Moraz, who also plays a harpsichord in this song, while Howe plays his classical guitar. Other good songs are "Ram", "Pleasure Stole the Night" and " Break Away from It All ". There are some songs on which Howe plays guitars, bass, and keyboards, while the drums are played by Alan White or Bill Bruford. Howe also made promotional videos for some songs, like "Beginnings" and "Ram". The promotional video for "Ram" is funny. Excerpts of these two promotional videos were released in YES` "Yesyears" video.
Guillermo | 3/5 |


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