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Since bursting onto the world stage with John Lennon in the Plastic Ono Band at the "Give Peace a Chance" tour in Toronto, Alan White has developed a reputation as a musical innovator, both in his role as Yes drummer, and as a collaborator with the likes of George Harrison and Joe Cocker. As an important contributing songwriter, Alan has helped take Yes to great heights with radio hits such as 'Owner of a Lonely Heart,' 'Changes,' 'Love Will Find a Way,' 'The Rhythm of Love,' 'Wondrous Stories,' 'Tempus Fugit,' 'Leave It,' 'The Calling', and 'In the Presence Of.'
His latest musical project is the group White, a brand-new vehicle for cutting-edge, progressive modern music performed with a world-class band. Kevin Currie provides soulful, touching lyrics delivered with the gravitas of Peter Gabriel and Don Henley; Steve Boyce holds down the bottom end with a dance-inducing groove and soaring vocal support; Karl Haug truly is a master guitarist, equally comfortable on delicate acoustic, driving electric and searing electric laptop slide; Geoff Downes, founding member of the Buggles & Asia (as well as time in Yes ), ties the resulting soundscape together with punchy Hammond organ work, exhilarating orchestrations, and scorching solos. Steeped in sonic variety, White evokes an emotional response from its audience certain to build a strong word-of-mouth buzz.
Start at song #6. It is the first song that is emotionally engaging. This serves as a great springboard to songs 7-10. I found I had an enjoyable experience. Read morePublished on March 7, 2013 by Iris_Eye
Well what's all the fuss about it? Ok it's not a prog album, but rather better labelled as AOR music or mainstream, sometimes in the vein of B. Adams. Read morePublished on January 1, 2010 by Lethe
The 2006 release is a collaborative project by drummer Alan White, who enlists Geoff Downes (key), Steve Boyce (b), Karl Haug (g) and Kevin Currie (v). Read morePublished on August 25, 2008 by Best Of All
i love this album, it's a shame though that every time a yes member makes an album it has to be compared with "yes" (don't get me wrong i LOVE "yes" music since i was 8, thanks God... Read morePublished on May 9, 2008 by ait71
Okay, the title may be a bit harsh, but due to the fact that I don't like the vocals at all, it makes it harder to listen to ( for me). Read morePublished on March 27, 2007 by Amazon Customer
In a word BRILLIANT. It has been in my car CD player now non-stop for 3 weeks. Any YES fan should buy it.Published on March 8, 2007 by D. L. Hague
Sometimes first impressions can be decieving!...When I listened to this CD for the very first time, I walked away somewhat disappointed. Read morePublished on May 28, 2006 by Jeffery K. Matheus