Tomorrow – Tomorrow (1968)

Tomorrow is the homonymous, lone longplayer by the English popsike quartet that featured vocalist Keith West and guitarist Steve Howe. Released in 1968 on Parlophone, the album contains the band’s two 1967 singles, minus the b-side “Claramount Lake.” Tracklist: A1. My White Bicycle A2. Colonel Brown A3. Real Life Permanent Dream A4. Shy Boy A5. […]

Propaganda ‎– A Secret Wish (1985)

A Secret Wish is the singular album from the original formation of German electro/art-pop foursome Propaganda, produced by Trevor Horn and released in 1985 on Island/ZTT. Tracklist: 1. “Dream Within a Dream” (8:05) 2. “The Murder of Love” (5:18) 3. “Jewel” (3:10) 4. “Duel” (4:48) 5. “Frozen Faces” (4:25) 6. “P-Machinary” (3:50) 7. “Sorry for […]

Asia ‎– Asia (1982)

Asia is the debut album by the namesake English symphonic/hard-rock supergroup comprised of ex-King Crimson/UK vocalist/bassist John Wetton, former Yes guitarist Steve Howe, onetime Buggle Geoff Downes, and erstwhile “P” in ELP Carl Palmer. Sporting a serpentine cover image by Yes/Osibisa/Uriah Heep painter/illustrator Roger Dean, the album was released in 1982 on Geffen. Tracklist: A1. “Heat […]

Yes ‎– Relayer (1974)

Relayer is the seventh studio album by English symphonic-rock band Yes, released in 1974 on Atlantic. Tracklist: A. “The Gates of Delirium” (21:55) B1. “Sound Chaser” (9:25) B2. “To Be Over” (9:08) Credits: Jon Anderson — lead vocals Steve Howe — acoustic guitar, electric guitar, vocals Chris Squire — bass guitar, vocals Patrick Moraz — […]

Yes ‎– Drama (1980)

Drama is the tenth studio album by English symphonic-rock band Yes, released in 1980 on Atlantic. Tracklist: A1. “Machine Messiah” (10:27) A2. “White Car” (1:21) A3. “Does It Really Happen?” (6:34) B1. “Into the Lens” (8:31) B2. “Run Through the Light” (4:39) B3. “Tempus Fugit” (5:14) Credits: Trevor Horn — vocals, songwriting, bass Steve Howe […]

Yes ‎– The Yes Album (1971)

The Yes Album is the third album by English symphonic-rock band Yes, released in February 1971 on Atlantic. Tracklist: A1. “Yours Is No Disgrace” (9:36) A2. “The Clap” (3:07) A3. “Starship Trooper” (9:23) –a. “Life Seeker” –b. “Disillusion” –c. “Würm” B1. “I’ve Seen All Good People” (6:47) –a. “Your Move” –b. “All Good People” B2. […]

Yes ‎– Fragile (1971)

Fragile is the fourth album by English symphonic-rock band Yes, released in November 1971 on Atlantic. Tracklist: A1. “Roundabout” (8:35) A2. “Cans and Brahms (Extracts from Brahms’ 4th Symphony in E Minor Third Movement)” (1:42) A3. “We Have Heaven” (1:39) A4. “South Side of the Sky” (7:56) B1. “Five Per Cent for Nothing” (0:37) B2. […]


Yes are an English rock institution that formed in 1968. As one of the founding purveyors of rock maximalism, the band has made extensive use of contrapuntal arrangements and epic song-form throughout their career. The sidelong rock sonata “Close to the Edge” and the radio evergreens “Roundabout,” “Your Move/All Good People,” “Long Distance Runaround,” “Yours […]


Tomorrow were an English rock quartet of the late 1960s. Emerging just as the R&B/beat boom gave way to the popsike explosion, the band regaled Swinging London with two singles and one self-titled album on Parlophone. Members: Steve Howe (guitar), John “Junior” Wood (bass), Keith West (vocals), Twink [John Alder] (drums) Discography: Tomorrow (1968)


GTR were an English hard-rock supergroup that released a self-titled album on Arista in 1986. The band featured guitar legends Steve Howe (Yes) and Steve Hackett (Genesis) alongside vocalist Max Bacon (Bronz) and bassist Phil Spalding (Original Mirrors). Members: Steve Hackett (guitar, synthesizer, backing vocals), Steve Howe (guitar, synthesizer, backing vocals), Max Bacon (lead vocals), […]