When old proggers leave the secure confines of 7/4 time….

Tony Banks:

Mike Rutherford

Rick Wakeman

Jon Anderson

Steve Howe

4 thoughts on “When old proggers leave the secure confines of 7/4 time….

  1. Oh, definitely contributed to their legend. One almost imagines that they were told that not playing together again would make them richer in the end.

  2. ken ray says:

    Thanks for the links. All new to me, except for the Howe. Wakeman’s tune is pretty lively, I like it. Rutherford sings pretty well for a bass player.

  3. The Howe was the one I never heard! Next – Mick BOx solo..Just kidding.

  4. ken ray says:

    Those five might have made an interesting album together in 1978 when all the bands were floundering. I would have gladly been their drummer at the time, though I sucked.

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