Tag Archives: Roger Dean

Tony Kaye Debuts As A Solo Artist

July 17, 2021

Most famous for his two stints in YES, Tony Kaye’s oeuvre isn’t limited to the prog giants’ records, the keyboard master’s career including participation in such different ensembles as BADGER and ‘ DETECTIVE – although, of course, it’s usually old … Continue reading

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GENTLE GIANT’s “Octopus” Gets A Steven Wilson Remix

September 18, 2015

For all its complexity and sophistication, GENTLE GIANT‘s “Octopus” is more than a cult classic of a prog ilk; it’s an album which many love dearly. That’s why the news of its reissue in a remix implemented to the original tapes by  is causing … Continue reading

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Steve Hackett To Use Roger Dean’s Artwork

July 4, 2015

It may look a little incongruous, given Roger Dean‘s association with YES and , but not GENESIS, and his artwork alluding to fantasy scenes, yet ‘s forthcoming multi-disc box set “Premonitions” – whose contents we looked into  – will bear the legendary designer’s creation … Continue reading

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Linda Hoyle Returns In Style

June 3, 2015

Some careers have not be long to echo down the years, and it’s surely the case with Linda Hoyle, who was the singer with AFFINITY in the late ’60s – early ’70s and released a solo album, 1971’s “Pieces Of Me,” before … Continue reading

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YES: mundane or celestial?

May 14, 2014

Going on a roundabout with their various extracurricular projects, the members of YES are finally ready to deliver a new album. Called rather unimaginatively, “Heaven & Earth,” it’s scheduled for July 8th release and boasts an equally unimaginative – for his standards … Continue reading

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