Resonator Guitar [Dobro], Banjo, Steel Guitar, Washboard – Stewe Howe
|2||Pleasure Stole The Night|
Drums – Bill BrufordFlute – Malcolm BennettGuitar [Double Strings] – Chris LaurenceGuitar, Mandolin, Vocals – Steve Howe
|3||Break Away From It All|
Drums, Percussion – Bill BrufordGuitar, Steel Guitar, Bass, Vocals – Steve Howe
Drums – Alan WhiteGuitar, Steel Guitar, Bass, Vocals – Steve Howe
Bass – Chris LaurenceBassoon – Gwyd BrookeCello – Peter HallingDrums – Alan WhiteGuitar, Steel Guitar – Steve HoweHarpsichord, Piano, Synthesizer [Moog], Orchestrated By – Patrick MorazOboe – Sidney SutcliffePiccolo Flute – James Gregory Viola – John MeekViolin – Patrick Halling, William Reid
Baritone Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Soloist – Bud BeadleBass – Colin GibsonDrums – Alan WhiteGuitar, Steel Guitar [Pedal], Mandolin, Synthesizer [Moog], Organ, Vocals – Steve HowePiano – Patrick MorazTenor Saxophone – Mick Eve
|7||The Nature Of The Sea|
Bass – Malcolm BennettDrums – David OberleGuitar – Graeme TaylorGuitar, Steel Guitar, Mandolin, Harpsichord – Steve Howe
|8||Doors Of Sleep|
Drums – Alan WhiteGuitar, Steel Guitar, Bass, Vocals – Steve HoweWords By [Contained Poem] – Alice Meynell
|9||Will 'O' The Wisp|
Drums – Alan WhiteGrand Piano, Mellotron – Patrick MorazGuitar, Bass, Steel Guitar, Synthesizer [Moog], Vocals – Steve Howe
- Design, Illustration [Drawing] – Roger Dean
- Engineer – Declan O'Doherty, Jeremey Stenham, Paul Northfield
- Photography By – Martyn Dean
- Photography By [Inside Cover] – Steve Howe
- Producer – Steve Howe
- Producer, Engineer – Eddie Offord
- Words By, Music By – Steve Howe
Matt gatefold Sleeve, (Some early copies have a round sticker)
Custom 'Atlantic' labels.
Cat. No. - K 50151 - on labels.
Cat. No. - K50151 - on spine of sleeve.
Made in UK
Warner Bros. Music / Topographic Music
A Warner Communications Company
Recorded at Morgan & Advision Studios in 1975.
Published by Warner - Topographic Music Ltd, with assistance provided by San Artistes Ltd.
This is an Atlantic Record, distributed by WEA Records Ltd. Stereo K50151 © and ℗ 1975.
The plates were made by Mansell Litho, and printed in England by Shorewood Packaging Ltd.
- Matrix / Runout (A-side runout stamped): K • 50151•A2
- Matrix / Runout (B-side runout stamped): K • 50151•B2
- Matrix / Runout (A-side label): K 50151 A
- Matrix / Runout (B-side label): K 50151 B
- Recorded At – Morgan Studios
- Recorded At – Advision Studios
- Published By – Warner Bros. Music
- Published By – Topographic Music Ltd.
- Distributed By – WEA Records Ltd.
- Made By – Mansell Litho
- Printed By – Shorewood Packaging Co. Ltd.
Beginnings is the first studio album by English guitarist Steve Howe, released in October 1975 by Atlantic Records. It was recorded and released during a break in activity from the progressive rock band Yes, after the band agreed for each member to put out a solo album. Howe uses various guest musicians, including past and present Yes bandmates Bill Bruford, Alan White and Patrick Moraz, as well as members of Gryphon. Beginnings - Steve Howe. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The title track from his fist solo album, Beginnings. It's a duet featuring then Yes keyboard great, Patrick Moraz Relayer. Beginnings Themes - Steve Howe. Songs in album Steve Howe - Beginnings 1975. Steve Howe - Doors Of Sleep. Steve Howe - Australia. Steve Howe - The Nature Of The Sea. Steve Howe - Lost Symphony. Steve Howe - Beginnings. Steve Howe - Will O The Wisp. Steve Howe - Ram. Steve Howe - Pleasure Stole The Night. Steve Howe - Break Away From It All. Beginnings Steve Howe album. 1975 studio album by Steve Howe. Studio album by. The Nature of the Sea 3:57. Lost Symphony 4:41. Beginnings Steve Howe, orchestrated by Patrick Moraz 7:31. Will o' the Wisp 6:00. Ram 1:53. Listen free to Steve Howe Beginnings Doors of Sleep, Australia and more. 9 tracks 38:32. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Steve Howe. Play album. Get album. Steve Howe's first solo album was a failure next to rival solo releases by Jon Anderson and Chris Squire, both of whom yielded work that was more majestic and memorable. The playing is strong throughout, but towards what end is the mystery - none of the songs are particularly memorable, nor is the production even a guest appearance by members of the folk-rock group Gryphon doesn't help, and Howe is such a weak singer that he'd have been better off following the lead of his Yes predecessor. Album 1975 9 Songs. Рок-музика , Howe - Beginnings review: Beginnings should have been a better album. It wasnt really a great beginning to one of the finest prog guitarists. Review Summary: Beginnings should have been a better album. Beginnings is the debut solo studio album of Yes guitarist, Steve Howe, and was released in 1975. The line up on the album is Steve Howe, Alan White, Bill Bruford, Patrick Moraz, Graeme Taylor, Malcolm Bennett, Dave Oberlé, Colin Gibson, Bud Beadle, Mick Eve, Patrick Halling, William Reid, John Meek, Peter Halling, Chris Lawrence, James Gregory, Sidney Sutcliff and Gwyd Brooke