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This week, Mark and I return to the perennial favourite series, What Did they Do next. When Trevor Rabin left Yes to pursue film scoring after the Talk tour, Tony Kaye also said goodbye not only to the band but also to the music industry, as we will hear a little later. What did he do next and when did he return to music? Stay tuned to find out.
- How long did Tony Kaye ‘take off’ from the music business?
- What was his first project after ‘dusting off his Hammond B3?
- How did the project come about?
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The music I use is the last movement of Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite. This has been used as introduction music at many Yes concerts. My theme music is not take from a live concert – I put it together from the following two creative commons sources: thanvannispen and archive.org
One reply on “What Did They Do Next part 19a – Tony Kaye – 467”
Excellent discussion. What you did not mention was that 45 minute piece he released a decade or so back for a video montage of the 9/11 Twin Tower attacks. The documentary/ music was called “ End of innocence “ …it was on YouTube for a number of years ..but has now disappeared.. I checked on Henry’s site tonight and apparently Tony is looking to re-record it with an orchestra and an extra vocal track…hopefully released soon.
It is quite a moving piece of music when combined with the awful images of that day. Very different to what one would expect from Tony musically.