9/16/2011 · "Brother of Mine" by Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe Listen ad-free with YouTube Red; Show more Show less. Loading... Advertisement
After months of rumour and conjecture, the vital elements in what many regard as the quintessential line up of YES have now completed work on their new album to be called Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe . The initial tracks were in recorded Paris late last year  before the group relocated to Montserrat with producer Chris Kimsey to complete work on the songs. The mixing process was completed last week at Bearsville Studios in New York State with Steve Thompson and Mike Barbiero.
Pre-production recording took place at La Frette Studios near Paris with Anderson putting down an outline of much of the album's songs with guitarist Milton McDonald . Anderson notably built on several demos provided by Howe, some of which Howe released on his solo album Homebrew (1996) and subsequent releases. Recording then relocated at AIR Studios on the island of Montserrat with Wakeman, Bruford and Levin. Howe recorded his guitar parts separately at SARM West Studios in London. Mixing took place at Bearsville Studios in Bearsville, New York .Tags: Anderson,, Bruford,, Wakeman,, Howe, Im, Alive,