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Chris Squire: Ten Of The Best

YES – Yours Is No Disgrace

From The Yes Album, this shows Squire’s ability to provide Steve Howe with a platform for his virtuosity.

YES – The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus)

From the Fragile album, here Squire displays his all‑round musical ability as he cohesively dips into many different styles.

CHRIS SQUIRE – Silently Falling

From the Fish Out Of Water album. Not only does Squire provide striding basslines, but also 12-string guitar and compulsive vocals.

YES – The Gates Of Delirium

From the Relayer album, this epic track gives Squire the chance to let his imagination run gloriously rampant.

YES – On The Silent Wings Of Freedom

From the Tormato album, this has one of Squire’s most enduing and memorable riffs.

XYZ – Can You See

A demo, but one that highlighted this band’s potential, with Squire’s rolling bass and pleasant vocals proving invaluable.


It might have been a Christmas single, but this avoids the traditional clichéd traps and trappings.

YES - Cinema

From the 90125 album, this is a blazing instrumental, with Squire showing the thrilling appeal of a bare-knuckle bass performance.

SQUACKETT – A Life Within A Day

The title track from the album A Life Within A Day, this has irresistible, sophisticated impact.

STEVE HACKETT – Love Song To A Vampire

From the album Wolflight, Squire’s final recording performance immeasurably adds to the haunting atmosphere.