Popular artist, Roger Dean, known for his iconic album cover art for Yes, Uriah Heep, and Asia (however primarily Yes), has been Facebook streaming the development and making of the cover for Yes’ upcoming record.
Dean did the first session on Wednesday and the 2nd today. Sadly, his feed has had bad audio and buffering problems, making it challenging to view. Let’s hope a few of that can get sorted out by the next one.
See future sessions on his Facebook page
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