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

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

Yes (formación Going for the one, 1977): Chris Squire (superior izqda), Rick Wakeman (superior dcha), Steve Howe (centro), Jon Anderson (inferior izqda), Alan White (inferior dcha)

Yes (formación Going for the one, 1977): Chris Squire (superior izqda), Rick Wakeman (superior dcha), Steve Howe (centro), Jon Anderson (inferior izqda), Alan White (inferior dcha)

Rick Wakeman of English progressive rock band Yes playing a Hammond organ during recording of the band's 'Fragile' LP at Advision Studios in London, 20th August 1971.

Rick Wakeman of English progressive rock band Yes playing a Hammond organ during recording of the band's 'Fragile' LP at Advision Studios in London, 20th August 1971.

“ Happy Birthday Rick Wakeman, May 18, 1949  ”

“ Happy Birthday Rick Wakeman, May 18, 1949 ”

Yes. That's why they never appeared on their album covers: they´re all so damn ugly! Chris Squire, Jon Anderson, Rick Wakeman, Steve Howe, Alan White

Yes. That's why they never appeared on their album covers: they´re all so damn ugly! Chris Squire, Jon Anderson, Rick Wakeman, Steve Howe, Alan White

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