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Turbulence
Steve Howe
Turbulence
Genres: Pop, Rock
 
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Originally released in 1981, featuring Yes Colleague Bill Bruford along with Billie Currie. Remastered and features full Roger Dean artwork. 10 tracks.

      
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All Artists: Steve Howe
Title: Turbulence
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Relativity
Original Release Date: 6/4/1991
Re-Release Date: 7/1/1991
Genres: Pop, Rock
Styles: Progressive, Progressive Rock, Rock Guitarists
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 088561106126

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Originally released in 1981, featuring Yes Colleague Bill Bruford along with Billie Currie. Remastered and features full Roger Dean artwork. 10 tracks.

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David M. from CRESTWOOD, KY
Reviewed on 11/7/2012...
Excellent album! Being a fan of Steve Howe & yes I should have gotten this years ago.

CD Reviews

Satriani is a hack!!!
S. Uhrich | Phoenix, Az. United States | 08/15/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"But Steve Howe IS MR. GUITAR! The best thing about this disc is of course, no vocals by Mr. Howe. Sorry I had to say that. But this album is THE PERFECT GUITAR SOLO ALBUM BAR NONE!! Eat your heart out Trevor Rabin. You too Mr. Satriani. I never liked Any Guitarists of Satriani's genre. Too polished,no emotion. This set of compositions is ALL EMOTION. I only wish Steve would release more of the same. The fluid, yet turbulant passages remind me of a wonderful waterfall in some exotic location. After listening again, I must say how beautiful these pieces are. If you are into Steve Vai or Satriani or any of their many clones, maybe this stuff is a bit too much for you. By the way, the Yes UNION cd is a very very fine album regardless of what the fans say. Go and listen to that one again with an open mind. Both Union and Turbulance were released about the same time. Come on now, Give them both another chance!"
Very exciting music
TMI | Surrey, British Columbia | 11/16/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"(...)I rate it as one of my three favourite releases of the 90s. I will concede that the drums and keyboards don't offer much (thus only 4 stars), but the compositions themselves and Howe's guitar textures are brilliant (ok--he's not Chris Squire or Tony Levin when it comes to bass, either). But the minor deficiencies of the album are outweighed by the strength of the pieces themselves. Most of the tracks --Hint hint, Running the human race, Novalis, Fine line-- transport me to the stratosphere. They reach the area in my spine that the best Yes music does. Even the tracks that show up Andersonified on Union are better here. So what if there are no vocals? I, personally, do not subscribe to theory, as many do, that music is subservient to lyric or dance. Music is much more than merely a beat to dance to or a vehicle for rhetoric. Music is, well, music..."