"Turbulence" is Yes guitarist Steve Howe's 1991 solo album for Relativity Records, which also features Billy Currie on keyboards and viola and Bill Bruford on drums. The idea for the album "Turbulence" originated in the ambiguity of the expression turbulence, a sensation experienced during flying and the natural flow of occurrences within the basic elements around us. Things that are beyond our control with some supreme presence making it all beautiful and complete. Howe not only delivers his signature guitar lines on "Turbulence" -- he did whatever was needed along the way, such as keyboards on "While Rome's Burning", and persussion on "Novalis" and "Corkscrew".
|04:23||Running The Human Race||Instrumental|
|03:32||The Inner Battle||Instrumental|
|04:25||While Rome's Burning||Instrumental|
|03:43||From A Place Where Time Runs Slow||Instrumental|
|Steve Howe||Guitars, Keyboards on Track 9, Stereo Conga Drums on Track 8, Percussion on Tracks 5 & 8, Guitar Engineering on Tracks 5, 6 and 8, Sound Effects Arrangement, Hurdy Gurdy Sequencing on Track 1, Production, Arrangement|
|Billy Currie||Keyboards, Viola|
|Andrew Lucas||Organ on Track 1|
|Nigel Glockner||Drums on Track 3 & 6|
|Roger Dean||Artwork, Design, Cover, Logos, Backgrounds|
|Kai Krause||Cover, Logos, Backgrounds|
|David Bett||Supplementary Design|
|Kathy Milone||Supplementary Design|
|Recorded at Hot Food Studios.
Also recorded at Advision, Sarm East & West, and Langley Studio England.
Mixed at Sarm West Studios.