1970s, England, UK --- Rick Wakeman, keyboardist for the band Yes, sits in a wicker chair in front of his home in England.

Yes, we were the original Spinal Tap, says Rick Wakeman of Seventies prog-rock supergroup

England, UK --- Rick Wakeman, keyboardist for the band Yes, sits in a wicker chair in front of his home in England. Rick played Piano, for those who don't know "Life on Mars"

Rick Wakeman - Pure keboard pleasure ! #Rick Wakeman #Wakeman #yes

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Rick Wakeman in his sequined cape on keys.

Rick Wakeman , 1974 in his corner of the Yes show. I think he has two hands as the rest of us.

Pathetic Prog Time Capsule – Yes at Mandalay Bay 4/21/04 ...

Yes - 1977 Chris Squire, Rick Wakeman, Steve Howe, Jon Anderson & Alan White

Rick Wakeman of Yes, page from swiss magazine POP 1975

sun is shinin' in the sky, there ain't a cloud in sight

Rick Wakeman [i met Rick last year on my birthday, he was an absolute gent and couldn't stop talking to us. By far one of the most wonderful musicians and people you will ever hear]

"They wanted to go places, and I wanted to go with them" So said Rick Wakeman, when he joined Yes.

Rick Wakeman, extremely talented. ..he could play the most impossible parts, and look like he was falling asleep he was so bored! also scoffed at the rest of Yes' vegetarian, alcohol-free stance - he almost always had a Heineken or bud close by --RC

he could play the most impossible parts, and look like he was falling asleep he was so bored! also scoffed at the rest of Yes' vegetarian, alcohol-free stance - he almost always had a Heineken or bud close by --RC

Rick Wakeman, who trained as a concert pianist but ‘chose a different route’

Rick Wakeman: 'David Bowie said I was right to turn down Spiders from Mars for Yes' - interview

Rick Wakeman, who trained as a concert pianist but ‘chose a different route’

Jon Anderson & Rick Wakeman of Yes--Two fine wines...how about I mix 'em both and see just how much MORE drunk on music I can get????!!!!

Jon Anderson & Rick Wakeman of Yes--Two fine wines.how about I mix 'em both and see just how much MORE drunk on music I can get?

Triple-neck Wal bass designed by Rick Wakeman for Chris Squire.  The bottom neck is fretless, the middle neck is a regular bass, and the top neck is a six-string Telecaster-style guitar that Squire refitted as a 3 double-string octave bass (tuned AA-DD-GG; http://blog.hardrock.com/?tag=/squire+cheap+trick#).  It's on display at Hard Rock Cafe Bucharest.

Triple-neck Wal bass designed by Rick Wakeman for Chris Squire. The bottom neck is fretless, the middle neck is a regular bass, and the top neck is a six-string Telecaster-style guitar that Squire refitted as a 3 double-string octave bass (tuned AA-DD-GG)

Richard Christopher Wakeman - yes, Rick Wakeman - was born on May 18th 1949 in Perivale - a suburb in west London, England -, to bring jo...

Richard Christopher Wakeman - yes, Rick Wakeman - was born on May 1949 in Perivale - a suburb in west London, England -, to bring jo.

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