Trevor Rabin


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he should quit this soundtrack garbage and get back with Yes. i miss his music

>>By nick morano   (Thursday, 21 Nov 2002 01:52)

I miss him too... but going back to YES would mean having to deal with all of the "Howe" Nazzis...

>>By paulyester   (Sunday, 5 Jan 2003 04:59)

I think that Trevor is the best!
When we can hear a new album solo?

>>By Fabry from Italy   (Tuesday, 14 Jan 2003 15:07)

I have a quesiton actually...I was wondering if anyone knew the name of the piece of music in "Rock Star" which plays when Chris Cole leaves the stage at the end, and says goodbye to the road manager? It's definitely not listed on the soundtrack, and I haven't been able to find it anywhere.

>>By caffeinated   (Saturday, 18 Jan 2003 17:49)

13 january 2003
Happy Birthday, Trevor!

>>By   (Thursday, 23 Jan 2003 11:42)

Trevor is the best. I love all his music, but I would love to here something new. I miss him too.

>>By ren   (Wednesday, 29 Jan 2003 16:26)

Well, Trevor is a great musician, more technicl than Steve, but Steve Howe has a musical instict that Trevor hasn't... I miss Trevor, and I hope a future collaboration with all Yes members, Steve Howe included...

>>By macosx_rho   (Wednesday, 29 Jan 2003 19:39)

You really think that the motive of divorce Rabin-Yes is Steve Howe?
"Yes" are Chris and Jon not Steve!

>>By Bill   (Thursday, 30 Jan 2003 12:13)

Trevor ist best on his own, but listening to Yes-Albums like TALK and Big generator shows how many influence was there in Yes.

Nothing against Steve Howe, who is a brilliant guitar player. But his Style is so much different. I love the Rabin-Yes-Years, also because of the vocal harmonizes of Jon and Trevor. Listen to Shoot high aim low for the bet example.

>>By MadMeavy   (Thursday, 13 Feb 2003 17:17)

Does anybody know how good the quality of the recent official
demo-release from voiceprint, "90124", is..?

And by the way, I recently suggested them (Voiceprint) to release a soundtrack
(double?) album featuring Trevor's stuff alltogether at one place. If someone
should share this view, go write 'em!

>>By Palpatine   (Wednesday, 19 Feb 2003 18:35)

RABIN is the BEST COMPOSER in the world of the movie soundtracks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

>>By MARIN & SLAVA   (Friday, 28 Feb 2003 16:11)

TREVOR WE WANT A NEW SOLO ALBUM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hi Slava!

>>By Fabri from Italy   (Saturday, 1 Mar 2003 04:07)

I walk and climb a mountain near my house every day, and i need to listen Trevor´s music in my walkman, his solo music or with Yes. I really miss him, please Trevor can you compose again??
I admire you since... i don´t remember.

>>By Carol from Venezuela   (Wednesday, 5 Mar 2003 00:22)

Incredible guitar player and incredible voice - I have been waiting for the 90124 material to come out for quite sometime. 90125 is the best pop album of all time

>>By Huge Fan   (Wednesday, 12 Mar 2003 04:06)

I am a huge fan of Trevor since I bought 'Wolf' . I was thrilled to hear that he had joined Yes, one of my favorite bands of all times. 'Owner Of A Lonely Heart' is one of my favorite songs. And yes, I found it sad when he left Yes.
I agree with all the other fans: Trevor, please bring out another album with songs. Maybe you can collaborate with Chris and Rick, Cinema-style?

I hope he listens. As he pointed out in an intervieuw, "and half the time the best pieces of music you’re not going to hear because there’s a car chase cramming all over it". Maybe it's time you put your music where it belongs: in the FRONT!

>>By DoubleUK   (Saturday, 15 Mar 2003 09:11)

I've been a Rabin fan for ages, and always found the intolerance of the YES fans to be very annoying. He's doing well with soundtracks, it lets him show what he can really do. He's been tallking for several years now aobut doing another solo album, so let's hope he actually gets to it. AND THEN TOURS!!! Did anyone get to any of the shows during his 1989 solo tour? Hearign it straight from the master and getting to talk to him was amazing.

>>By Debs   (Sunday, 23 Mar 2003 04:53)

hey caffeinated the music that plays when chris cole leaves the stage is called gotta have it by trevor, but ive only been able to find like a 30 sec piece of it

>>By Ej   (Wednesday, 26 Mar 2003 04:20)

I didn't realize TR has done this many soundtracks. I keep looking for another solo or with Yes album of his to come out. He's obviousely a brilliantly talented musician/composer. I am a big Yes fan as well. Rabin made a great contribution to the legendary band and I believe his heart was in Yes. To see Steve Howe and Trevor Rabin in colaboration with John Anderson and the rest of Yes would be GREAT! But what can I do.

>>By Steve   (Thursday, 10 Apr 2003 08:50)

I Love Trevor Rabin, And I hope he puts out a new solo Album SOON!!!
He has to be the most handsome guitar player I have ever seen! I have been a yes/Trevor rabin fan since there 90215 album. I look forward to the day that he will tour again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love you and I miss you trevor!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

>>By Rose   (Wednesday, 16 Apr 2003 08:43)

well what can i say,he is a great,i love him, is handsome (jiji),is magic,his music is so lovely and make me feel good .etc,etc
i miss Trevor too,i hope some day he compose something new,and come to southamerica specially to Chile.
i love you are the best of the best!!!!

>>By magdy   (Wednesday, 16 Apr 2003 18:21)

well what can i say,he is a great musian,i love him, is handsome (jiji),is magic,his music is so lovely and make me feel good .etc,etc
i miss Trevor too,i hope some day he compose something new,and come to southamerica specially to Chile.
i love you are the best of the best!!!!

>>By magdy   (Wednesday, 16 Apr 2003 18:25)

Thank you for all.YOU ARE FANTASTIC!!

We'll meet again ...very soon.

>>By TR   (Sunday, 20 Apr 2003 01:17)

I have known of the great Trevor Rabin since his early days with Rabbit in his home country, South Africa. I will never forget seeing him live at the old feather market hall in Port Elizabeth during the late 70's. The man is a genius and comes from a musical background, his father played for the SA National Symphony Concert "violin". It is so DIFFICULT to get hold of Trevor's nusic in SA. To me he is the greatest rock guitarist right now, and his versitality knows no bounds. If anyone can help please send me some more info on his musical goings-on in the USA, to be posted on this site. Raff Levin did a great special on Trevor on local radio. Trevor all strenth to you and your family, keep it up "boet"- Afrikaans for brother.

>>By Jay Jay   (Saturday, 17 May 2003 19:34)

Hello everyone! I hust discovered this site this morning and was pleasantly surprised.
I have been a Yes fan for 31 years, having seen my first Yes show at the age of 14. Trevor brought a whole new aspect to Yes at a time when it was sorely needed. He gave the band new life. With all "living things, they grow and evolve. What he gave Yes was a new lease on life.
His gift to Yes is completed now and both he and Yes have moved on. Would I like to see them play again? What a silly question! Of course I would. Realistically, however I doubt that it will happen. There is still a lot of Steve Howe fans out there that would most likely make it a very difficult undertaking for them to work together. PLUS.....and I can't emphasise this enough.....
Trevor is an extraordinarily talented individual. He has moved in to another phase of each persons desire to become self actualised or "be all he can be"
JayJay, Trevor has done 18 soundtracks, with number 19 due out in early 2004( in the USA) for a movie entitled "The Great Raid" (Miramax Films), it is a World War II adventure based on the book of the same name.
Bill the divorces in the band have ?occaisionally been Howe related. It has been intimated taht Tony Kaye left Yes early on because of Mr. Howe and when he was approached for "Cinema" It was impressed upon Tony that there was a "new guitarist involved" and he returned to the band. As far as who is Yes? It is the people who are in it at the time who make it what it is and have the priviledge of being called YES.
nick morano, soundtracks are one of the most important aspects of a film.....realisticly try to imagine "Star Wars" or "Titanic" or "Gone in 60 Seconds"or "ConAir" or "Armageddon" as a silent film, it wouldn't have the same impact. Music makes or breaks a film, the same way bad acting or a bad story line will ruin a film.
Palpatine, if the sound quality of Live in any preindication of what 90124 sounds like it is rather good. Live in L.A. was released recently and is an excellent example of wht Trevor is capable of doing live and away from Yes....this is a must have CD.

>>By Eyes Of Love 1   (Monday, 26 May 2003 16:13)

I think taht trevor soundtracks are really good i hope he keeps on doing this song that are wonderfull songs to hear

>>By GErsis   (Saturday, 31 May 2003 17:52)

Trevor's music is so heart felt, loving and thoughtful. His music has made a permanent stamp on my soul that no other musician/group has done. The best thing that ever happened to YES was TR! I have enjoyed EVERYTHING that he has done. I usually don't see too many movies, but if I know Trevor has anything to do with it, I am in line! I am sure all of you TR fans can agree. No matter what he does, he truly has the Middas touch. Continue to rock on ,we will be there rockin' with ya!!!!!!
Much Love.

>>By Rabin   (Friday, 20 Jun 2003 07:08)

Oops! The previous post should be by Rabin Fan 1, not Rabin......

>>By Rabin Fan 1   (Friday, 20 Jun 2003 07:12)

Eyes of Love 1

Txs for info more to follow!

Time problem.

See Yaay' soon. Jay.

>>By Jay Jay   (Saturday, 21 Jun 2003 18:57)

like --like howzit trev

message me some time

hope you keeping well

>>By allan   (Monday, 21 Jul 2003 06:58)

Who wants to discuss Trevor?

>>By zelik   (Sunday, 20 Jun 2004 03:16)

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