Tony Kaye Debuts As A Solo Artist

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 Michael Des Barres‘ DETECTIVE – although, of course, it’s usually old pieces that the veteran plays in concerts. What he’s never had to his name is a solo album, the situation Kaye is planning to remedy on September 10th with the release of “End Of Innocence” – an opus Tony’s worked on for nigh on two decades, since 9/11. Still, this concept work not only comments on the global changes which happened in the aftermath of that tragedy but also charts the development of the musician’s relationship with actress Dani Torchia whom he met around that time and who helped him write and perform new pieces.

It’s a chance to hear Kaye in his element, the record, sporting a Roger Dean cover, running like this:

TONY KAYE – End Of Innocence

1. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star/Twilight Time
2. 911 Overture
3. NYC Blues
4. Battle Cry
5. 285 Fulton Street
6. Let’s Roll
7. Tug Of War
8. Flight 11
9. Towers Fall
10. Sweetest Dreams
11. Aftermath
12. Heros
13. The Battle
14. Hope And Triumph
15. Homecoming
16. Ground Zero

July 17, 2021

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