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    Posted: March 27 2014 at 06:29
I'd be happy if the Chris Squire band came to Australia! :)
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No Jon Anderson, no peace.
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Well, I'll be going, since new material live is great. Hopefully they play more than in 2011 when all they played from Fly From Here was the suite overture and We Can Fly.

In fact, I'd give up CTTE entirely for them to bring up less well known music from the past--how about To Be Over, which Steve was after them to do, or The Remembering?
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I still like hearing the great classics, but indeed some version of To Be Over would be great. However, I would love an acoustic version with vocals focusing on Howe's guitar... I love his solo versions of this song, even more than the original, which I believe is a bit overlong.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Tapfret Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 16 2014 at 01:03
How times change. I used to live in a place where I would have to travel 4 hours to see them. Now in August they are playing a native American casino that I drive past every day on my way to work...and I just don't care beyond irony of it.
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This is the cover of the new album. Typical Dean but that logo just jars with the rest of it.


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Saw them in Australia a year or so ago- very good band still even without Anderson and Wakeman and they played all of Fly From Here which was a real treat. 
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