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In a late Sep interviewasked whether Yes "still has new things to say music-wise", Howe replied: And if that is very productive, then we could have something pretty good. But we have to feel that way about it.
Previously, asked in a Jun interview about the possibility of a new album, Howe replied: We are starting to share things and have some plans, but nothing official. There is a lot of interest, but nothing until we internally have that feeling that we are growing the music together. We may put some time aside over the next 6 months to do a little more of that [ We have to assemble an outer shell that helps us make the record.
It could be exciting, but there are no actual plans or a date or anything like that.
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In another interview later that monthHowe said: And in a third: Sometimes I felt we shouldn't bother. But the other part of me says I make solo albums.
And basically Yes can still make records. So I understand that and I think we make albums for our fans. And a fourth had this: We are trying to figure out a plan — probably won't be until possibly next year. How do you approach composing? I create on the piano. I have a little stockpile of ideas.
I come up with ideas and beats and chord sequences. I'm not much for writing lyrics and melodies.
I like writing chords and structure. Later in JunWhite said, "I think next year […] everybody's got a lot of music ready to record, so next year, we'll put our heads together, come up with something, something new.
In a May interviewasked about new music, Downes said, "Yes, I think it's very important for a band to continue to have a creative output of new material. There are a lot of ideas floating about and hopefully we'll be able to put those to good use and come up with a new album for next year.
In fact, when I'm on tour, a good way for me to wind down at the end of the night is to sit up in bed and play my little travel guitar. This process serves as a bridge from being all wound up from performing to a more meditative, sleepy state. As a result, I'm quite creative on the road.
I never want to develop something too much on my own. I'd rather leave a lot of open room for band collaboration. Howe talked about how the band could go about making a new album: We can't sit and rehearse in a room for three weeks.June Tabor & Oysterband - Ragged Kindom (Topic) All of 21 years ago, these two headlining acts unexpectedly combined their talents on a majestic (if admittedly very slightly flawed) collaborative album Freedom And Rain, which has since become regarded as an unrepeated - and unrepeatable - .
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 Executives suggested to Walden that he relocate the band to New York or Los Angeles to "acclimate" them to the industry. There are currently two rival bands with the "Yes" name. Yes, sometimes called official Yes, consists of long-time Yes members, guitarist Steve Howe and drummer Alan White.
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