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I’ve had to replace parts in the basses when they’ve gotten old or worn out, so everything isn’t absolutely original.
It’s not beyond the possibility that there still could be a YES in 200 years’ time… of course with different members, unless the medical profession comes up with something extraordinary.
Jon Anderson and I, we really liked a lot of classical music, and we wanted to get some orchestral arrangements going on ‘Time And A Word.’
The flukey part of it is, back in the early days, I had that guitar decorated with all kinds of crap wallpaper, ‘Flower Power‘ – then that got all shaved off. And during the course of cleaning the bass up again, some of the wood got shaved down, and it probably became a lighter body than the stock factory model.
I would work with Trevor Horn any day of the week. I have a great relationship with him.
I think the first three Rickenbacker basses were imported around 1964. Pete Quaife, the bassist for The Kinks, bought one. Then John Entwistle from The Who bought one. As for the third one, I asked the manager of the store if I could get an employee discount. He said I could, and so I picked up that one.
‘Fragile,’ of course, was a very successful album for us, especially here in the States. It had a lot of solo pieces on it, though.
There’s always the joy of the performance and fine-tuning new interpretations. Over the years, we’ve all grown as musicians, so obviously there is a lot of subtlety that wasn’t there in the first place.