Tag Archives: Patrick Moraz

DIANA HUBBARD – LifeTimes

October 7, 2018

Waterhouse 1979 / Angel Air 2018 Scientology scion’s stars-strewn foray into fusion and chamber charm. One of her teachers characterized tunes L. Ron Hubbard’s daughter used to write as “appallingly unstructured” for a classical piano player, yet that’s what could … Continue reading

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Tributes To YES and Chris Squire Are Ready For Release

September 22, 2018

This year marks the 50th anniversary of YES but, sadly, the ensemble’s stalwart didn’t live to celebrate it, having passed away in 2015. Both the band and the man deserve paying homage to, and although the collective have seen a … Continue reading

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Billy Sherwood: A Concept Work With Major Guests

September 12, 2015

It would be unjust to ascribe the timing of Billy Sherwood‘s new album release to his return to the ranks of YES, because “Citizen” – and the reissue of “Divided By One” for that matter – had been devised before the American replaced  on-stage. … Continue reading

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Patrick Moraz Maps Out New Collaboration

July 14, 2015

is no stranger to a small band. Most known for his stints with YES and THE MOODY BLUES, he was also a part of a three-piece REFUGEE and worked in a duo with Bill Bruford; the more interesting it will be … Continue reading

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Interview with PATRICK MORAZ

February 3, 2013

December 2000 – What kind of keyboards do you prefer – piano, organ or synthesizers – moog, mellotron? Although my first instrument was actually the violin, I prefer the piano as my main instrument. I love harpsichord and church organ … Continue reading

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