Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck at Muzikreviews.net writes, "Steve Howe is the master of diversity on the six-string. With his new CD he covers the entire musical "Spectrum" and beyond. The entire album is instrumental and he certainly makes an immense statement without any vocals added to each track. There is no need for his Yes band mates Anderson and Squire to add any vocals to this mix; it is a complete masterpiece without that element present. Rick Wakeman's son Oliver and his own two talented offspring, Dylan and Virgil, join Howe, which is a stunning combination of the old guard and the new blood emerging from the Yes family. Howe is one smart cookie, he has bass player supreme Tony Levin is in the studio for the sessions to round out his resonating guitar oriented compositions. You hear will jazz, rock, country, blues, or combinations of them all in electric and acoustic settings during the course of Howe's brilliant compositions. This is guitar 101. If you are an avid listener of the Howe repertoire or wish to study one of the more diverse and incredible guitar players on the face of the earth today, check out "Spectrum" now. "
|03:34||Band Of Light||Instrumental|
|04:12||Raga Of Our Times||Instrumental|
|04:03||Ebb And Flow||Instrumental|
|05:13||Hour Of Need||Instrumental|
|04:16||Where Worlds Fall||Instrumental|
|03:13||In The Skyway||Instrumental|
|Steve Howe||Guitars, Pedal Steel, Bass, Dobro, Fretless Bass, Acoustic-Sitar, Acoustic-Banjo, Keyboards, Production, Arrangements, Engineering, Photography|
|Curtis Schwartz||Engineering, Mixing|
|Recorded at Dinemec, Gland, Switzerland and Langley Studios, Devon, England.
Drums recorded at Ardingly, Sussex, England.