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!
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