2008 - Steve Howe Trio

Steve Howe Trio
Mod Clud, Toronto

After releasing the album The Haunted Melody, the Steve Howe Trio toured Canada, in the brief moments Steve had between his tours with Asia and Yes.
Similar to the 2007 show, but featuring new songs: He ain't heavy, he's my brother, Tune up (by Miles Davis), Laughing with Larry (Steve's acoustic solo), A Venture.
The funny moment of the show is when Ross Stanley plays the theme from The Flintstones during his solo on Kenny's Sound.

Set 1:
01 - Sweet Thunder
02 - Dream River
03 - Chatter and Band Introduction
04 - Travelin'
05 - The Haunted Melody
06 - Tune Up
07 - Siberian Khatru

Set 2:
08 - Mood For A Day
09 - Blue Bash
10 - He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother
11 - Momenta
12 - Kenny's Sound
13 - Crowd
14 - Laughing With Larry
15 - A Venture/Close To The Edge

Steve Howe: electric and acoustic guitar
Ross Stanley: hammond organ
Dylan Howe: Drums

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Bruford - Beelzebub (1979)

Bill Bruford - drums
Dave Stewart - keyboards
Jeff Berlin - bass
Alan Holdsworth - guitar

The tune is a real mover, and it’s definitely Yes-like in its structure since it’s made up of a few different time signatures and a wonderfully busy progressive tempo. "Beelzebub" starts and halts suddenly, then shifts from frantic to smooth and soft to hard in an instant, illustrating Bruford’s rhythmic control and musical imagination. There’s plenty of energy spawned by Bruford’s use of the cymbals as well, and the transition from a busy state to a relaxed one works its way effortlessly through the other instruments, which do their bit at handing the track its jazzy surface.

Coming soon: a bootleg from a complete show of Bruford's self-titled band in 1980.