Where are they now? - Rick Wakeman

This page last updated: 25 May 2016
 
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In his Jan 2016 GORR, Wakeman talked of a new year's resolution "to actually finish off as much as I can as regards projects that I had started and were lying half completed", spurred on by the recent deaths of several friends.

New solo releases
Wakeman is re-recording The Myths and Legends of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table as a crowdfunded venture, including 5-6 new pieces ("Camelot", "The Holy Grail", "Morgan Le Fay", "Percival", "Princess Eleane" and, in a mid-Feb update, Wakeman said "It looks very likely that there will now be a 6th new piece as well"). Wakeman has also said that there will be no additional narration compared to the original album. This will make the new album 80 min.s in total, to be released as 2CD or 2LP. You can support the project on PledgeMusic. On the recording will be the English Rock Ensemble (the same line-up as on the Journey to the Centre of the Earth re-recording, except Lee Pomeroy is replaced by Matt Pegg on bass), the Orion Orchestra and the English Chamber Choir, with Guy Protheroe conducting (orchestral scores by Protheroe and Ann Manly; choral arrangements by Wakeman). Vocalists are Hayley Sanderson and Ashley Holt. The release date is 19 Jun 2016, the date of a planned live performance of the album: see below. The album with have new artwork by Roger Dean. Erik Jordan and Toby Wood are engineering. Fernandez, Pegg and Colquhon recorded parts in circa Mar 2016, with Sanderson and Holt to record vocals over the weekend of 9 Apr, followed by finishing parts by Wakeman, and then the English Chamber Choir record on 17 Apr. There was then be 3 days for recording the orchestra, final touches and then 3 weeks for mixing. The album was mixed by mid-May.

Wakeman's Music Emporium is his new online shop selling a range of hard-to-find items, including CDs, DVDs and memorabilia. It will also carry exclusive content, the "Exclusive Emporium Collection", consisting of 2 new solo albums (a reduction from the original plan of 6 albums). Due Apr 2016 is Movements, a synth album. The second is due Nov 2016.

Wakeman has talked most recently of working an instrumental prog album along similar lines to The Six Wives of Henry VIII. He has also talked of a new piano album with son Adam.

In his Apr 2011 GORR, Wakeman said:

I am finishing off writing the music for a double CD of piano which we will be recording at The Granary on my favourite piano. 70% of the music has been recorded so we’re on the last stages now. Hopefully this will see the light of day around summertime.

He continued in his May 2011 GORR: "Quite a bit of recording going on as well in May with Erik Jordan engineering for me as always, whilst we finish off two piano albums that we have been working on, (off and on), for nearly two years now. These will be recorded at The Granary on my all time favourite Steinway concert grand piano." In the Jun 2011 GORR, describing activity for that month: "Jordan and myself will be finishing off the piano recordings we have been doing at The Granary with my favourite piano." And in the Aug GORR, Wakeman described finishing recording on what is now three piano albums, saying, "It’s possible they will be released in time for Xmas."

Another piano album of Yes music performed in a classical manner was also announced as forthcoming but has yet to appear.

Live shows
Following medical advice, Wakeman has again had to scale back live activity. He wrote in his Sep 2015 GORR:

I had quite a serious health scare just after Easter which necessitated my “culling” my diary quite drastically and although my health has improved and blood pressure heading the right way etc etc, it’s meant, that on advice, I have had to take a really close look at what is currently in for the rest of this year [2015] and doing quite a lot more culling.

This includes postponing the planned WAKEmanFest to 2016. Plans had been for a 2.5-day event in Oct/Nov 2015 in Lincolnshire, UK, organised by Rob Ayling (Gonzo Multimedia, formerly Voiceprint). The current line up had been to include: The Cadbury Sisters (who supported Wakeman on recent touring), Wakeman Cubed (Rick playing with two or more of his children), The Electric Strawbs (with Wakeman guesting), Sir Henry of Rawlinson's End (with Wakeman guesting), The London Philharmonic Skiffle Orchestra, Kevin Orkian, and Rick Wakeman & The English Rock Ensemble (with Chrissie Hammond guesting). All participants are expected to make the re-scheduled event, as is Adam Wakeman.

Following Jan-Apr 2015 UK dates, the 'Yet another evening with Rick Wakeman part 2' tour continues with 18 UK dates 6 Feb-4 Jun 2016. The 9 Apr and 4 Jun shows sold out. Support will be by Prash. Wakeman also has some upcoming benefit shows, one for children with Down's syndrome and one in aid of autism. Rick and Adam Wakeman performed 4 shows in London at the Steinway Festival, London, 11-12 Mar. Rick also played at the Mick Abrahams benefit show on 9 May 2016.

Wakeman is headlining the second day of the Stone Free Festival, London, 19 Jun 2016, playing a 90 min. set including all of The Myths and Legends of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table (and coinciding with the release of a new recording of the album: see above), with support from Marillion and Steve Hackett. The band will include son Oliver Wakeman.

Wakeman then performs a solo piano show on 9 Jul as part of the Close to the Moon prog festival, Italy.

Before then, Wakeman and Brian May (Queen) guested on "a couple of pieces" with Russ Ballard on 20 Jan in London.

There were 2 Wakeman with Wakeman shows 7-8 Dec 2015 in Beccles, Norfolk, with Rick, Oliver and Jemma Wakeman, plus Emmie Beckett. The 2016 shows are scheduled for 16-7 Dec.

On 27 Sep 2015, Rick & Adam Wakeman were among those performing at a Water Rats Variety Show for charity in Margate. On 8 Oct 2015, Rick performed at a concert by Tim Rice and Friends in Gateshead; Emmie Beckett also sang "The Hymn" by Wakeman and Rice (originally from Wakeman's 1984) at the show.

He played a solo piano concert in Vicenza, Italy on 24 Apr 2015. He returned to Italy for another solo concert on 8 Jul in Asti.

Retiring from some touring and a new focus
Over the last few years, Wakeman has talked about somewhat reducing his workload and a changed emphasis in what he does. He has stopped doing more substantial solo tours and is focusing more on TV and radio work (see below), shorter tours and one-off performances. In the the RWCC Winter Newsletter 2007, Wakeman explained:

I still intend to keep the live performances to a sensible amount and so long spells of touring are still not on the agenda and to be honest, won't be again. [...] with fewer performances each one became special and had a little something unique.

An Aug 2010 article said:

After 40 years of concert tours [...] he has called it quits.

Don't panic! Wakeman simply means no more touring, no more traipsing from gig to gig, giving the same concert night after night, sometimes as many as 140 in a year. He is not retiring.

"I wanted to do a lot more (musically). I want to be more (diverse) in the concerts I do," he told Reuters [...]

What that means is cutting back to maybe 40 appearances a year.

His Sep 2011 GORR had this: "Although I have set a date of May 2014 to cut right back and not work 18 hours a day minimum 7 days a week anymore, (It'll be 4/5 days a week instead), the next two years are going to be more manic than ever, especially if most of what's in the pipeline comes to fruition." And the Oct GORR began:

I’m about to head into one of the busiest travelling periods I’ve had for years and it is highly unlikely ever to happen again either! Much as I love performing on stage, my love of hotel rooms and airplanes dissipated about five years ago, but sometimes things happen that means that personal rules have to be broken and the next couple of months are such a period.

Other solo work
In memory of David Bowie, Wakeman performed a piano arrangement of "Life on Mars" for the BBC. He has now released "Life on Mars" b/w "Space Oddity" as a digital single in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support (out 22 Jan 2016; available in multiple countries). On 13 Feb, this was #3 in MP3 Albums on Amazon.co.uk. A CD release followed 16 Feb on RRAW (UK only), with a third track, "Always Together". This made #1 in the UK physical sales singles chart (19 & 26 Feb) and #33 in the singles sales chart (19 Feb). On 13 Feb, the CD single was #10 in Music on Amazon.co.uk (#4 in Rock, #7 in Pop), and it maintained #2 in Alternative Rock 13-18 Feb. David Bowie compilations with tracks with Wakeman have sold well in 2016: see details under Levin.

Wakeman was scheduled to do the score for "Hawk the Hunter", a planned sequel to the 1980 fantasy film "Hawk the Slayer", if the film secured funding through a planned Kickstarter that started 30 Aug 2015. That Kickstarter was unsuccessful and the project team are looking at possible next steps.

In an Aug 2007 interview, he said, "I'm currently involved in a stage musical, two other films and a stage juggling show!" In a May 2005 report, Wakeman says that after ending live work in 2006, he "will concentrate on recording and writing for films wherever and whenever possible." In recent years, Wakeman has been doing some soundtrack work. He has been director of the music division at Write Good Films. IMDB.com report that Wakeman is doing the music for a UK film currently in production called "Out of Reach". In an Apr 2004 interview, he says, "I've got this soundtrack thing coming up", but no details were given. In his Christmas 2004 Newsletter, he says he hopes to do more film and TV work. In Apr 2005, Wakeman said he was doing music for an animated children's feature about Noah. He had previously said that he would finish recording of his "Noah" project (performed live with the English Chamber Choir in 1997), but I am unclear whether this is connected or not. In the Nov interview, he said he would like "to do more work with orchestras and choirs and also some more film scoring which I really enjoy."

In a Jan 2003 interview, Wakeman said that there is a good chance that his album The Wizard and the Forest of All Dreams will be turned into a ballet. Early in 2001, Wakeman's newsletter said: "[2001-2] will see Rick concentrating hard on getting major projects off of the ground." This may include a new version of his ballet "Killing Grounds", a.k.a. "Triumph of Death". In his 2011 Innerview, he says, "I'm also halfway through a ballet I've been writing the music for off and on for four years." Wakeman has been working on a follow-up to Hopesongs with music for weddings and funerals, presumably again with Howard Prior. He was planning some pieces with vocals from daughter Jemma; and a keyboard concerto. He expressed the hope to record a "major themed work" in conjunction with Italian television. In a Jul 2004 interview in Switzerland, Wakeman said: "I have a dream to have a year off to do solo work and DVDs etc. However people ask me to do TV shows, concerts, so the dream never happens." While touring Cuba in Apr 2005, Wakeman said he hoped to return to Cuba several times to work with local artists. He expanded on these comments in an interview: "There were three or four very unique musicians [in Cuba] that I have to say I would love to collaborate with in a recording. Very unique styles and forms of writing that I think would fuse well with my orchestral rock way of working, but only time will tell if this is likely to happen."

Wakeman has been recording music for Starmus.

Collaborations & guest appearances
Jon Anderson, Wakeman and Trevor Rabin are working together, with touring and recording plans for the latter half of 2016: see here.

Wakeman guests on Pink Floyd's Wish You Were Here Symphonic (Decca), conducted and arranged by Peter Scholes, released 5 Feb 2016. He plays piano on the opening track, "Wish You Were Here" with the London Orion Orchestra and Alice Cooper (vocals). There is a CD and LP version.

Wakeman guested on Billy Sherwood's recent Citizen album—details on the main page. He also guests on a forthcoming project by Leon Alvarado: see main page for details (Sherwood also guests).

In Aug/Sep 2015, Wakeman was recording with young soprano Emmie Beckett. This has included a version of "Welcome a Star" (originally on Wakeman's The New Gospels), released 4 Dec on CD and digitally by Hope Records via Nova Distribution, with subsequent additional recording of orchestral strings from the Orion Orchestra, acoustic guitar and the English Chamber Choir. Tracks: "Welcome a Star", "Away in a Manger", "Angels from the Realms of Glory". A percentage of profits is being donated to Kids'n' Cancer, that Wakeman and Beckett both support—indeed, they first met at a Kids'n' Cancer fundraiser. The single peaked at #17 on the UK physical singles chart.



"Sir Henry at Rawlinson End" was created by the late Vivian Stanshall (ex-Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band) for John Peel's Radio 1 show in the 1970s. The work has now been staged and a cast recording, Vivian Stanshall's Sir Henry at Rawlinson End (RRAW Records), was released 6 May 2016 by Michael Livesley and Brainwashing House. The recording also features Wakeman (piano), Neil Innes (Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band, ex-The Rutles, ex-Monty Python) and Susie Honeyman (The Mekons; violin). RRAW Records is a new label from Wakeman and Rob Ayling (ex-Voiceprint). Tracks:



  1. "Aunt Florrie's Waltz"
  2. "Interlewd"
  3. "Wheelbarrow"
  4. "Socks"
  5. "The Rub"
  6. "Nice 'n' Tidy"
  7. "Pigs 'Ere Purse"
  8. "6/8 Hoodoo"
  9. "Smeeton"
  10. "Fool & Bladder"
  11. "Endroar"
  12. "The Beasht Inshide"
  13. "Junglebunny"
  14. "Aunt Florrie Remembers"
  15. "Rawlinsons & Maynards"
  16. "Papadumb"

From 21 Sep 2015 onwards, Wakeman (with Erik Jordan engineering) was recording piano and organ on tracks for Armando Peralta (Twitter).


In his Feb 2012 GORR, Wakeman said that, "There is so much other stuff in the pipeline that I will be trying to bring to fruition this month which include a possible trio album with Tony Levin and Ian Paice. Early stages of discussions with all concerned, but looking very promising." Levin, of course, played bass in ABWH and on Yes's Union, among many, many other projects, while drummer Paice is in Deep Purple.

Wakeman is playing on all the tracks of La Bambola di Pezza, the debut full studio album from Italian singer Valentina Blanca. The album is largely written by Bruno Rubino (Fiaba) and arranged by Wakeman. Two digital singles have been released so far, both as by Valentina Blanca and Rick Wakeman (written by Rubino, arranged by Wakeman). Title track "La Bambola di Pezza" (4:30; with Blanca on vocals and Wakeman on piano) was released in Jan 2013, while "Volano le Farfalle" (4:32) followed Aug 2013. An album sampler is on her website and a video for "La Bambola di Pezza" is on YouTube (filmed & edited by Pierluigi Cavarra; directed by Cavarra & Rubino). Wakeman described working on a track for the project in Jan 2012 with engineer Erik Jordan. Cavarra said in Jan 2013 that a number of tracks had been recorded, but he did not know when the album was due.

In Mar 2010, Wakeman met up with actor Sir John Standing. Standing has asked Wakeman for help in developing his Noel Coward tribute project, previously performed on stage in New York. I've not seen any further news on ths.

Wakeman guests on piano on a forthcoming album by Kilty Town, consisting of Daniel Engle (octave mandolin, mandolin, guitar, fiddle) and well-known Yes fan Nic Caciappo (bodhran, percussion); the album is produced and recorded by another well-known Yes fan, Tim Morse (author of "Yes Stories", in Yes tribute band Parallels). Also performing are Morse (keys, MIDI), Michael Martin Murphey (vocals), Ray Frank (guitar), Bret Bingham (vocal on "Norwegian Wood"), Annbjørg Lien (Hardanger fiddle) and her husband, Bjorn Ole Rasch (ex-Secret Garden; pump organ).


Re-releases/archival releases
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Wakeman's 8 albums with A&M from the 1970s—The Six Wives of Henry VIII, Journey to the Centre of the Earth, The Myths and Legends of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, Lisztomania, No Earthly Connection, White Rock, Criminal Record and Rhapsodies—are being remastered by Universal Records for a staggered re-release, probably with bonus material. In the Apr 2014 issue of Prog, Wakeman said, "They've found some additional stuff and it's a possibility the 'missing' music from each might feature. [...] they're looking at ideas for three-CD box sets, maybe eventually in vinyl." Wakeman has been seeking a re-release for some years and has previously talked of "lots of enhancements and additions" and "additional bonus material". Six Wives... and King Arthur... were first, out Feb 2015. They are available on CD, CD/DVD, LP and digitally. Six Wives... comes with three bonus tracks: "Catherine of Aragon (First Mix 14/02/1973)", "Anne Boleyn 'The Day Thou Gavest Lord Hath Ended' (Single Edit)" and "Catherine Parr (Single Edit)". King Arthur... doesn't have any bonus tracks. The DVDs have new quadrophonic mixes of the albums, with that for Six Wives... additionally having a 16 Jan 1973 Old Grey Whistle Test performance of "Catherine Howard".

Journey... follows 6 May 2016 in the UK, including a deluxe 2CD version and a super-deluxe 4-disc box. The super-deluxe versions consists of the original album, plus "The Pearl and Dean Piano Concerto"; live in Boston, 1974; live in Buenos Aires, 1993; and a DVD with quadrophonic and Hi Res mixes. The album comes with new artwork by Roger Dean.

Esoteric Recordings are remastering some of Wakeman's more recent back catalogue, with 2003's Out There and the 2009 DVD "Live in Lugano" already out. Softsword and Out of the Blue follow in Jun 2014. Two more albums will follow every 2 months, with the complete list of albums due being 2000AD—Into the Future, Always with You, Almost Live in Europe, the Art in Music trilogy, Fields of Green, In the Nick of Time—Live in 2003 (this was previously re-released in Mar 2012 by Music Fusion (Gonzo) as MFVP128CD), Past, Present & Future, Phantom Power, The Natural World trilogy, Tribute, Wakeman with Wakeman (with Adam Wakeman), and White Rock 2. Re-releases of Wakeman's 1980s solo albums are also being considered, but require a separate deal.

Catalogue label Phoenix Music, in alliance with digital rights company One Media, are planning a number of digital compilations based on their recently acquired rights to the Gut Records and Jet Star back catalogues, including material by Wakeman.

The Caped Crusader Collectors Club is a beat-the-boots series on Gonzo/Floating Worlds. Initially due for 2006, the project was much delayed, but Gonzo eventually released a 5CD Bootleg Box Vol. 1 (RW1007). Tracks: disc 1, Live in Sweden 1980: "A Swedish Intro", "Catherine Parr", "No Earthly Connection Medley", "Anne Boleyn", "Happy Birthday K Krona", "King Arthur Medley", "Journey to the Center of the Earth Medley"; disc 2 Live in Holland 1993: "Catherine Howard", "Instrumnetal", "Eleanor Rigby", "Adams Entrance", "King Arthur", "Catherine Parr"; disc 3 Live at Kabooze Bar USA 1985, for which Gonzo's track listing is largely indecipherable; disc 4, Live in Boston 1974 Part 1: "Introduction", "Horizon", "Rachmaninoff Symphony 1", "Catherine Parr", "Catherine Howard", "Anne Boleyn", "Something Completely Different"; disc 5, Live in Boston 1974 Part 2: "Journey to the Centre of the Earth", "Part 2". A 5CD Vol. 2 has now also been released. Executive producers on the project are Rick Wakeman and Daniel Earnshaw (worked with Jon Anderson, ELP) although Earnshaw's work on the project was undertaken prior to him severing ties with Voiceprint, the company's subsequent liquidation and its re-birth as Gonzo. Wakeman spoke previously about the project: in an Apr 2002 interview, he said, "we know of 111 bootlegs of my stuff out there [...] [W]e are going to reproduce, at special bargain prices, every bootleg. We will have them all re-done, with additional things, and all nice packages and we are just going to fight the bootleggers at their own game." Managing Director Rob Ayling also had this to say: "It will go well beyond what we started with the Treasure Chest. This project is very exciting and possible the most comprehensive ever under taken by such a well known artist such as Rick". In Wakeman's Christmas Newsletter 2004, he described "cleaned up bootleg product and other rare artefacts" and said they plan to open the series with 20 releases, while in his Spring Newsletter 2006, he spoke of "over the next few years [...] in excess of 100 recordings available to buy or in some cases, download" including the Caped Crusader Collection, Music Fusion releases and more.

Starship Trooper (Purple Pyramid) is a compilation of recordings featuring Wakeman for Purple Pyramid and compiled without his involvement (Wakeman explains here). The album was released 15 Apr (US) and 29 Apr 2016 (UK) and includes two previously unreleased pieces. Tracks: "Sober" (Tool cover, previously unreleased, with Sherwood and Jürgen Engler), "Are We to Believe?" (from The Prog Collective's Epilogue, with Sherwood), "Random Acts" (also credited as "Random Acts (Revisited)"; presumably this is "Random Acts of Science" from The Fusion Syndicate, with Sherwood), "Dynamics of Delirium" (I think this is the other previously unreleased track; with Engler), "Love Reign O'er Me" (instrumental, deluxe Who are You: An All Star Tribute to The Who), "Crime of the Century" (instrumental, deluxe Songs of the Century: An All-Star Tribute to Supertramp, with Sherwood, Levin), "The Great Gig in the Sky" (Return to the Dark Side of the Moon: A Tribute to Pink Floyd, with Sherwood, Howe), "I'm Not in Love" (instrumental, deluxe Nektar's A Spoonful of Time, with Sherwood), "Starship Trooper" (From Here to Infinity, with Sherwood, Howe, Kaye, White), "Check Point Karma" (The Prog Collective, with Sherwood), "Change" (William Shatner's Ponder the Mystery, with Sherwood), "Nobody Home" (Back Against the Wall, with Sherwood), "Light My Fire" (instrumental, deluxe Light My Fire - A Classic Rock Salute to The Doors, with Sherwood, Howe).
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Beyond the Planets was a 1985 version of Holst's "The Planets" largely put together by the late Kevin Peek (ex-Sky, worked with Jeff Wayne), but with Wakeman guesting on 4 tracks. He also wrote a finale piece, while Jeff Wayne guests on a new overture. The album is being re-released on 27 May 2016.

Media work
Wakeman presented a BBC 4 documentary on the history of the concept album, "When Pop Went Epic: The Crazy World of the Concept Album", first broadcast 6 May. He continues to do radio shows as well.

Wakeman appeared again in the new series of BBC4's rockumentary comedy, "Brian Pern: 45 Years of Prog and Roll".

Wakeman presented ITV's Perspectives on Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons" in May 2015.

Other news
"Grumpy Old Rockstar", by Wakeman in collaboration with Martin Roach, was a collection of stories from his life. A second volume, "Further Adventures of a Grumpy Old Rock Star", followed. He has been working on a third volume, initially tentatively entitled "Even More Adventures from a Grumpy Old Rockstar". In his Jul 2011 GORR, he said he was close to finalising a deal for this third volume; and in the Oct 2011 GORR, this: "Whilst away on all overseas trips [solo shows in Slovakia, Anderson/Wakeman in North America, solo shows in South America] I like to keep myself occupied as I loathe hotel rooms and so the plan is to finish the third book in the Grumpy series which has a working title of "Rick Wakeman's Grumpy Old RockStar Rants". I've been working on it for most of this year [2011], (and some of last year [2010] too), and, like the first two, contains ludicrous stories but with added rants along the way!" In Nov 2012, he tweeted about the need to finish writing the book. In the Jul 2005 interview, he said that he is going to write a book about Yes ("Grumpy Old Rockstar" only has a small amount of Yes content)—see details here.

Wakeman is a columnist for Prog. He was 8th in the magazine's 2015 Readers' Poll in the Keyboards category (won by Robert John Godfrey), while the cancellation of Wakemanfest was 7th in the 'Non-Event' category (topped by Chris Squire's death). He continues with various speaking engagements. He also said to Classic Rock that, "thanks to the television exposure, I do a considerable amount of after-dinner speeches". In the RWCC Winter Newsletter 2007, Wakeman said, "I'm very much looking forward to producing various music books with duets for piano as well as music for other instruments accompanied by piano. This is very much a long-term project and hopefully by Easter , the first books will be available."

Wakeman has two record companies, Ambient Records and Hope Records. Fintage Music have announced a publishing and neighbouring rights administration deal with Wakeman covering the administration of his rights outside of North America, among other services.

Wakeman has been managed since approx. 2013 by Brian Lane (previously managed Yes, ABWH). Lane is also now managing the Anderson, Rabin & Wakeman band: see main page for details. Roger DeCourcey is Wakeman's agent for TV, radio and corporate work (but not music). Wakeman sits on the executive board of the Bob Moog Memorial Fund, set up in Bob Moog's memory. He is also an honorary director at Melling Sports Cars.



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