Yes is awesome! I mean, really, effing AWESOME! *That is all [because it's almost one a.m.]*
Well, look who it is! Alan White, Yes's longtime drummer from 1973 until today (and forever more, seeing as how Bill Bruford retired from music) - This guy can still shame younger generations of drummers.
And here he is ... with a pineapple. The look on his face says this was some kind of prank. He comes home from doing some shopping and finds a pineapple, completely overripe, in his house.
"Ha! Ha! Very funny, you guys."
*Chris's laugh echoes down the hallway*
*Jon chimes in*
*Rick does, too*
*Steve just shakes his head - he was not a part of this, they just dragged him along*
*A pineapple is thrown at them and they all take cover*
"This is what you get for playing jokes on our drummer, dammit! You want him to leave, like Bill did?"
*All in unison* "No..."
*Chris is still hit with the pineapple*
Is it just me, or do they all look a bit on the confused side?
Chris Squire and Alan White, friends forever.
Alan and Steve Howe kickin' a** in the 70s.
Early 2000s, I'd say about 2004.
This is Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe [Not necessarily in that order in the picture]. It was essentially Yes without Chris Squire. At least, they tried for the Yes sound in a way.
At least Rick and Jon have performed together and are still great friends.
Early Yes hanging out in front of shop.
The Maestro himself, Steve Howe.
Jon Anderson. Isn't he cute? *smacks you with a book* Not as cute as Steve, though.
Alan at home in Seattle. He lives there now, and has apparently affected a bit of an American accent.
So, I'm a Sound Chaser, then. Or an Astral Travelling Starship Trooper.
This one again, but now it's a wallpaper.
1999. The Ladder lineup.
The incredible Alan White again.
90125. It was so named for its record number. I think that's really creative!
Journal of an Astral Travelling Starship Trooper
Rambling about stuff that may or may not interest you... Fangirling about musicians that may or may not interest you... Random stuff... Yeah, that's about it... There's a Sci-Fi story buried in here somewhere...