Steve Howe belongs to a group of distinctive guitar virtuosos who have emerged from the field of rock music. While he dedicates himself, together with his colleagues from Yes, to the art of the wall-of-sound style, the British musician, rooted in the tradition of jazz, blues and country stars such as Les Paul, Wes Montgomery and Chet Atkins, normally chooses a more quieter sound on his solo efforts. After the acoustic song collection ‘Natural Timbre’ and the etheric album ‘Skyline’, there is much more variety on the new work ‘Elements’. And it’s a new event in the home of Howe because the master‘s two sons, Dylan and Virgil, belong to the latest band project called Remedy.
Stephen James "Steve" Howe is an English musician and songwriter. He is best known as the guitarist in the progressive rock group Yes. He has also been a member of the Syndicats, Bodast, Tomorrow, Asia, and GTR, as well as having released 19 solo albums as of 2010. Paul Sutin had already begun work on his first album Seraphim when he was introduced to Steve Howe. That introduction came via Terry Yallop. Together they released Seraphim, and then another album, entitled Voyagers (Sutin pre-recorded much of the album before Howe joined him in Switzerland.) Paul Sutin has also worked on some of Steve Howe's solo albums, including Skyline.
24 tracks compilation from the legendary Yes guitarist. Features some of his finest solo recordings including "Seraphin", "Voyagers", "Quantum Guitars" and "Natural Timbre".